Cal. Code Regs. Tit. 10, § 5352 - Industry Segments

Current through Register 2021 Notice, Register No. 40, October 1, 2021

Below is a complete listing of all Industry Segments, categorized by Industry Category:

(a) ACCOMMODATIONS

Bed and breakfast inn

Campgrounds

Campsite

Casino hotel

Dude ranch

Hotels

Hotel, franchised

Inns

Lodging house, except organization

Lodging house, organization

Motels

Motel, franchised

Motor Inn

Recreational vehicle parks

Resort hotel

Resort hotel, franchised

Seasonal hotel

Ski lodge

Tourist camps, cabins, cottages, and courts

Trailer park

Vacation lodges

(b) RESTAURANTS & RETAIL

American restaurant

Barbecue restaurant

Cajun restaurant

Carry-out only (except pizza) restaurant

Chicken restaurant

Chinese restaurant

Commissary restaurant

Drive-in restaurant

Ethic food restaurants

Family restaurant, chain

Family restaurant, independent

Fast-food restaurant, chain

Fast-food restaurant, independent

Fast-food stand

French restaurant

German restaurant

Greek restaurant

Health food restaurant

Indian/Pakistan restaurant

Italian restaurant

Japanese restaurant

Korean restaurant

Lebanese restaurant

Lunch counter (restaurant)

Mexican restaurant

Pakistani restaurant

Pizza restaurants

Seafood restaurants

Spanish restaurant

Sushi bar

Steak restaurant

Thai restaurant

Vietnamese restaurant

Box lunch stand

Buffet (eating places)

Cafeteria

Cafe

Chili stand

Coffee shop

Concessionaire

Contract food services

Delicatessen (eating places)

Diner

Dinner theater

Eating places

Food bars

Frozen yogurt stand

Grills (eating places)

Hamburger stand

Hot dog stand

Ice cream stands or dairy bars

Luncheonette

Lunchroom

Oyster bar

Pizzeria, chain

Pizzeria, independent

Sandwiches and submarines shop

Seafood shack

Snack bar

Snack shop

Snow cone stand

Soda fountain stand

Soft drink stand

Drinking places

Bar (drinking places)

Bars and lounges

Beer garden (drinking places)

Cocktail lounge

Saloon

Tavern (drinking places)

Wine bar

Night clubs

Cabaret

Discotheque

Art dealers

Athletic shoes

Books

Camera, photo

Children's apparel

Children's shoes

Computer & software

Department stores, discount

Department stores, non-discount

Family apparel

Family shoes

Florists

Gems and precious stones

Gift, novelty; souvenir

Hobby, toys, games

Jewelry

Luggage, leather

Men's shoes

Men's/boys apparel

Misc. apparel

Misc. general merchandise stores

Misc. home furnishings

News stands

Optical

Radio, television, electronics

Record & tape

Specialty sporting goods

Sporting goods

Stationery

Tobacco

Variety stores

Women's apparel

Women's shoes

Women's specialty apparel

(c) ATTRACTIONS AND RECREATION

Aerial tramway or ski lift, amusement or scenic

Air shows

Amusement concession

Amusement parks

Amusement ride

Animal and reptile exhibit, with admission fee

Aquarium, with admission fee

Aquariums and zoological gardens, with admission fee

Arboretum, with admission fee

Art gallery, with admission fee

Art gallery, noncommercial, with admission fee

Arts or science center, with admission fee

Ballet production

Beach and water sports equipment rental and services

Botanical garden, with admission fee

Cave operation

Concession operator

Fair

Festival operation

Fishing boats, party, operation

Fishing lakes and piers, operation

Gambling establishment

Gambling machines, operation

Historical society, with admission fee

Hot air balloon rides

Houseboat rentals, revenue on rental of 30 days or less

Marine basins, revenue on rental of 30 days or less

Museum, with admission fee

Observation tower operation

Opera company

Pack train, for amusement

Performing arts center production

Pier, amusement

Planetarium, with admission fee

Plays, road and stock companies

Pleasure boat rental, revenue on rental of 30 days or less

Recreation equipment rental

Repertory, road or stock companies; theatrical

Rodeo operation

Rowboat and canoe rental, revenue on rental of 30 days or less

Saddlehorse rental

Sailboat rental, revenue on rental of 30 days or less

Scenic railroads for amusement

Ski rental concession

Spas

Sporting goods rental (not elsewhere classified)

Summer theater

Surfing equipment rental, revenue on rental of 30 days or less

Symphony orchestra

Theatrical companies

Theme park, amusement

Tourist attraction, commercial

Tourist attractions, amusement park concessions and rides

Waterslide operation

Wax museum, commercial

Yacht basins, revenue on rental of 30 days or less

Zoological garden, commercial

Zoological garden, noncommercial, with admission fee

(d) TRANSPORTATION AND TRAVEL SERVICES

Airport ground transportation service

Automobile rental, with driver

Charter buses, excursions except interstate, revenue reportable to PUC

Cruise ships/deep sea passenger transport, revenue reportable to PUC

Excursion board operators/inland water local tour

Ferries operating across rivers or within harbors

Filling stations, gasoline (exempt sales of diesel fuel)

Gasoline service stations (exempt sales of diesel fuel)

Inland water taxis/ferries

Intercity highway transport, special service

Interstate bus line, revenue reportable to PUC

Intraport transportation

Limousine rental, with driver

Local bus charter service

Local passenger transportation, not elsewhere classified

Local rental transportation

Marine service station

Motor

home rental

Motorcycle rental

Rafting tours

Recreational vehicle rental

Rent-a-car service

Sightseeing boats

Sightseeing bus, revenue reportable to PUC

Taxicabs

Tour and guide services

Tour operators/packagers & wholesalers

Travel agencies

Water taxis

(e) PASSENGER CAR RENTAL INDUSTRY

Passenger car rentals

Notes

Cal. Code Regs. Tit. 10, § 5352

Note: Authority cited: Section 13995.69, Government Code. Reference: Sections 13995.20,13995.65.5 and 13995.92, Government Code.Authority cited: Section 13995.69, Government Code. Reference: Sections 13995.20, 13995.65.5 and 13995.92, Government Code.

1. New section filed 1-29-97 as an emergency; operative 1-29-97 (Register 97, No. 5). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 5-29-97 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
2. Certificate of Compliance as to 1-29-97 order, including amendment of Note, transmitted to OAL 3-26-97 and filed 5-6-97 (Register 97, No. 19).
3. New subchapter 2 heading and amendment of section and Note filed 12-29-2006 as an emergency; operative 1-1-2007 (Register 2006, No. 52). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 5-1-2007 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
4. New subchapter 2 heading and amendment of section and Note refiled 4-26-2007 as an emergency; operative 5-2-2007 (Register 2007, No. 17). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 8-30-2007 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
5. Certificate of Compliance as 4-26-2007 order transmitted to OAL 7-2-2007 and filed 8-13-2007 (Register 2007, No. 33).

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