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|9092(3)||SKATING CENTERS — ice or roller — including restaurant or tavern employees, retail store employees and counterpersons|
RESIDENTIAL CLEANING SERVICES — by contractors
|9097||SWIMMING POOL CLEANING OR SERVICING — by specialty contractors|
COLLEGES OR SCHOOLS — private — not automobile schools — all employees other than professors, teachers, or academic professional employees — including cafeterias
THEATERS — musical entertainment — live performances — all performers and directors of performers
The actual remuneration of performers and directors of performers must be included, subject, however, to a maximum of $128,700 per year per person. When such employees do not work the entire year, the payroll limitation shall be prorated based upon the number of weeks in which such employees worked during the policy period.
THEATERS — not motion picture — all employees other than performers and directors of performers — including managers, stage hands, box office employees or ushers
|9155||THEATERS — motion picture — all employees other than employees exclusively engaged in restaurant or tavern operations|
THEATERS — dance, opera and theater companies — all performers and directors of performers — N.O.C.
The actual remuneration of performers and directors of performers must be included, subject to a maximum of $128,700 per year per person. When such employees do not work the entire year, the payroll limitation shall be prorated based upon the number of weeks in which such employees worked during the policy period.
AMUSEMENT OR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES – N.O.C. — operation and maintenance of amusement devices — including ticket collectors connected therewith
|9180(2)||SHOOTING CLUBS OR SHOOTING RANGES|
ATHLETIC TEAMS OR ATHLETIC FACILITIES — players, umpires, referees and game officials
The entire remuneration of each player shall be included, subject to a maximum of $128,700 per season. When a player works for two or more teams in the same sport during the season, the $128,700 per player maximum shall be prorated.
ATHLETIC TEAMS OR ATHLETIC FACILITIES — all employees other than players, umpires, referees and game officials
SKI RESORTS — Alpine — all operations — including the operation of Nordic ski trails at Alpine ski resort locations
|9185||CARNIVALS OR CIRCUSES — all employees — including Clerical Office Employees and Outside Salespersons|
CEMETERY OPERATION — all employees
|9220(2)||CREMATORY OPERATION — all employees|
SEWER, TANK OR HAZARDOUS SPILL CLEANING — N.O.C.
|9403(1)||GARBAGE OR REFUSE COLLECTING|
|9403(2)||STREET SWEEPING SERVICE COMPANIES|
MUNICIPAL, STATE OR OTHER PUBLIC AGENCY EMPLOYEES — not engaged in manual labor, or direct supervision of construction or erection work — N.O.C.