§ 113.10. Permits for installation and lighting of floats, ski ramps and other floating structures.
(a) A person may not place a float, ski ramp or other floating structure on or along the waters of this Commonwealth unless authorized by the Commission, or an authorized representative of the Federal government.
(b) Application shall be made on forms provided by the Commission at least 30 days prior to the intended date of installation of the structure.
(c) A ski ramp, floating dock, swim dock or other floating structure shall be lighted between sunset and sunrise and at other times when restricted visibility warrants it. Each structure shall show at least one all around white light visible for a distance of at least 1 mile with a characteristic of flashing or oscillating. Visible means visible on a dark night with clear atmosphere.
(d) The permittee shall maintain the floating structure in accordance with permit requirements. The permittee shall notify the Commission in writing within 5 days if the floating structure is not in place or lighted during the period when the permit specifies that it shall be in place or lighted.
(e) A structure permitted under this section shall display the permit number in characters at least 3 inches in height in a position where it may be observed easily by an officer empowered to enforce this section.
This section cited in 58 Pa. Code § 109.4 (relating to water skiing, aquaplaning, kite skiing and similar activities).
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