Article - Business Regulation
(a) In this title the following words have the meanings indicated.
(b) (1) “Amusement attraction” means:
(i) an amusement ride; or
(ii) a structure that gives amusement, excitement, pleasure, or thrills to people who move around, over, or through the structure without the aid of a moving device integral to the structure.
(2) “Amusement attraction” does not include a structure that is devoted principally to exhibitions related to agriculture, the arts, education, industry, religion, or science.
(c) “Amusement owner” means a person, the State, or a political subdivision of the State that owns an amusement attraction or, if the amusement attraction is leased, the lessee.
(d) “Amusement park” means an area that is used principally for 1 or more permanently erected amusement attractions.
(e) “Amusement ride” means a device that is intended to give amusement, excitement, pleasure, or thrills to passengers whom the device carries:
(1) along or around a fixed or restricted course; or
(2) within a defined area.
(f) “Carnival” means an itinerant enterprise that consists principally of 1 or more temporarily located amusement attractions.
(g) “Commissioner” means the Commissioner of Labor and Industry.
(h) “Fair” means an enterprise that:
(1) is devoted principally to periodic exhibitions related to agriculture, the arts, education, industry, religion, or science; and
(2) has 1 or more amusement attractions operated along with the exhibitions.
(i) “Inflatable amusement attraction” means an air–supported amusement attraction that:
(1) incorporates a structural and mechanical system; and
(2) uses a high strength fabric or film that achieves its strength, shape, and stability by tensioning from internal air pressure.