New York Arts and Cultural Affairs Law
Sec. § 25.05
Ticket Speculators


Any person who:

1.

Conducts on or in any street in a city or in the county of Nassau the business of selling or offering for sale any ticket of admission or any other evidence of the right of entry to any performance or exhibition in or about the premises of any theatre or concert hall, place of public amusement, circus or common show; or

2.

Solicits on or in any street in a city or in the county of Nassau by words, signs, circulars or other means any person to purchase any such ticket or other evidence of the right of entry; or

3.

In or from any building, store, shop, booth, yard, garden or in or from any opening, window, door, hallway, corridor or in or from any place of ingress or egress to or from any building, place of business, store, shop, booth, yard or garden in a city or in the county of Nassau indicates, holds out or offers for sale to any person or persons on or in the street by word of mouth, crying, calling, shouting or other means that such ticket or other evidence of the right of entry may be purchased in such building, store, shop, booth, yard, garden or any other place; or

4.

In or from any such place or places in a city or in the county of Nassau solicits by word of mouth, crying, calling, shouting or other means any person on or in the street to purchase any such ticket or other evidence of the right of entry, is guilty of a misdemeanor. * NB Effective July 1, 2017
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Dec. 13, 2016