37-30-13. Where solicitor sells tickets to an event--Record keeping requirements--Contents of records--Failure to comply as misdemeanor. If a paid solicitor sells tickets to an event and represents that tickets will be donated for use by another, the paid solicitor shall maintain, for not less than three years after the completion of such event, the following records, which shall be available to the attorney general for inspection upon request:
(1) The name and address of contributors donating tickets and the number of tickets donated by each contributor; and
(2) The name and address of all organizations receiving donated tickets for use by others, including the number of tickets received by each organization.
Any paid solicitor who fails to keep records as provided by this section is guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor.
Source: SL 1990, ch 314, § 13.
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