Mont. Code Anno., § 37-60-409 (2007)
Mont. Code Anno., § 37-60-409 (2007)
1. 37-60-409 Installation of new security alarm systems by electrician.An electrician who has received a license from the department pursuant to 37-68-301 may install new security alarm systems under the direction of a licensed security alarm installer. Work performed by an electrician under this section is subject to inspection and approval by a security alarm installer licensed under 37-60-303.
Mont. Code Anno., § 37-60-301 (2007)
1. 37-60-301 License required -- process server registration required.(1) (a) Except as provided in 37-60-105, it is unlawful for any person to act as or perform the duties, as defined in 37-60-101, of a contract security company, a proprietary security organization, an electronic security company, a branch office, a private investigator, a fire investigator, a security alarm installer, an alarm response runner, a resident manager, a certified firearms instructor, or a private security guard without having first obtained a license from the board.(b) Except as provided in 25-1-1101(2), it is unlawful for any person to act as or perform the duties of a process server for more than 10 services of process in a calendar year without being issued a certificate of registration by the board.(2) It is unlawful for any unlicensed person to act as, pretend to be, or represent to the public that the person is licensed as a contract security company, a proprietary security organization, an electronic security company, a branch office, a private investigator, a fire investigator, a security alarm installer, an alarm response runner, a resident manager, a certified firearms instructor, or a private security guard.(3) A person appointed by the court as a confidential intermediary under 42-6-104 is not required to be licensed under this chapter. A person who is licensed under this chapter is not authorized to act as a confidential intermediary, as defined in 42-1-103, without meeting the requirements of 42-6-104.(4) A person who knowingly engages an unlicensed contract security company, proprietary security organization, electronic security company, branch office, private investigator, fire investigator, security alarm installer, alarm response runner, resident manager, certified firearms instructor, or private security guard is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable under 37-60-411.
Mont. Code Anno., § 50-39-101 (2007)
1. 50-39-101 License and endorsements required.(1) A person or entity shall obtain a license from the department of labor and industry before engaging in the business of servicing fire extinguishers or before engaging in the business of selling, servicing, or installing fire alarm systems, special agent fire suppression systems, or fire extinguishing systems. Each individual, except an apprentice, employed by the licensee to perform services under the license shall obtain from the department an endorsement to sell, service, or install:(a) fire alarm systems;(b) special agent fire suppression systems; or(c) fire extinguishing systems.(2) The license and endorsement or endorsements must be prominently displayed at the business premises, and copies must be carried by the person conducting each installation or servicing and must be shown to anyone who requests to see them.(3) It is a misdemeanor to knowingly or purposely service a fire extinguisher or sell, service, or install a fire alarm system, special agent fire suppression system, or fire extinguishing system without the required license and endorsement.(4) This chapter may not be construed to prohibit a licensed electrician, practicing within the scope of practice of electricians, as provided in Title 37, chapter 68, from installing components of fire protection equipment if the installation is inspected and approved by an individual endorsed to sell, service, or install fire protection equipment.