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      RS 51:1909     


§1909.  Conducting of solicitation of funds; emergencies, revocations

A.  In conducting any activity under the provisions of this Chapter, no person shall do any of the following activities:

(1)  Obstruct, delay, or interfere in any way with the free movement of any other person; seek to coerce or physically disturb any other person; or hamper or impede the conduct of any authorized business at the facility.

(2)  Use any sound or voice-amplifying apparatus on the premises of the facility.  

(3)  Use any drum, bell, tambourine, horn, or other noisemaking device on the premises of the facility.  

(4)  Indicate to the public in any manner that he is a representative of the facility.  

(5)  Misrepresent his identity.  

(6)  Simulate enforcement of a violation of any parking regulation or other law on the premises of the facility.  

(7)  Be under sixteen years of age.  

(8)  Persist after solicitation of funds has been declined.  

(9)  Engage in dancing, singing, or chanting on the premises of the facility.  

(10)  Give, offer, or sell food or drinks on the premises of the facility.  

B.  A facility manager, or his authorized representative, may declare an emergency because of excessively or unusually congested conditions in a facility due to adverse weather, interruptions of a schedule, or extremely heavy traffic movements, or for emergency security measures.  In the event of an emergency, an announcement to this effect shall be made.  Any person soliciting contributions immediately shall cease such activities for the duration of the emergency.  

C.  The authority may suspend or revoke the permit held by any person for good cause shown.  Good cause shall include, but is not limited to, the following:

(1)  Violation of a restriction imposed by the authority.  

(2)  Continued, substantial complaints from the public about harassment on the premises of the facility.  

(3)  Any action that adversely affects the health or safety of the public while on the premises of the facility.  

(4)  Fraud or misrepresentation in any application.  

Acts 1987, No. 274, §1; Acts 1987, No. 784, §1.  

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