§ 865-1. Discrimination in Theatre Prices  

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  • After opening for the reception or entertainment of persons attending any theatrical exhibition, public show or exhibition of whatever name or nature, for which money or other reward is in any manner demanded or received, it shall be unlawful for any person or persons, owning or having control or charge of any such show or exhibition or of the sale or disposal of tickets or seats for such show or exhibition, to sell or dispose of, or to permit the sale or disposal of such tickets or seats, so as to reserve particular seats in any portion of the show or exhibition to any individuals, or in any way to discriminate in the right to or sale of any such seats. Every place of amusement shall have a printed copy of this section framed and hung up at the door in some conspicuous place.

(C.O. 712-1; renumbered to C.M.C. 865-1, eff. Jan. 1, 1972)


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