§ 865-3. Scale of Prices, Advertisement  


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  • Whenever any theatrical show or exhibition of any name or nature is given at any hall or building licensed as a theatre, and for admission to which money is demanded, if such theatrical show or exhibition is advertised by the proprietor of such theatre, show or exhibition in any newspaper of general circulation published within the city of Cincinnati, every such advertisement shall state the complete scale of prices for admission to such theatrical show or exhibition, and such scale of prices shall also be framed and hung up on some conspicuous place at the door of the theatre.

    No person shall sell or dispose of any ticket or seat for such theatrical show or exhibition at a higher price for admission thereto than according to the scale of prices so published, framed and hung up.

    No person shall sell or dispose of any ticket or seat for any such theatrical show or exhibition without such scale of prices having been first advertised, together with any newspaper advertisement of such show or exhibition, and also having been framed and hung up at the door of the theatre as above required.

(C.O. 712-2; renumbered to C.M.C. 865-3, eff. Jan. 1, 1972)

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Penalty, § 865-99-B.