Conn. Agencies Regs. § 21a-79-4 - Test scanning

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Any person, firm, association or corporation which utilizes universal product coding in totaling a retail customer's purchases shall make available to the customer a scanner, capable of reading a universal product code bar, so as to allow the consumer an opportunity to personally identify the price of any item offered for sale. The specific scanner must be clearly identified as available for consumer use and may be one of several such devices utilized by consumers to actually purchase items from the retailer. The use of the consumer designated scanner may be limited during times of maximum register use, and the scanner designated for consumer use shall be the last scanner placed into service to register sales of items when a retailer determines that all scanning check-out registers must be in use.
(b) If an item price exemption has been granted to a retailer in accordance with section 21a-79(b) (4) of the Connecticut General Statutes, the retailer shall also make available a consumer price test scanner, approved by the commissioner and located prominently in an easily accessible location for each twelve thousand square feet of retail floor space, or fraction thereof.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 21a-79-4
Effective May 23, 1988; Amended October 1, 2007

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