37-30-5. Applicant must file bond--Requirements as to bond--Failure to provide bond as misdemeanor. An applicant for registration or for a renewal of registration as a paid solicitor shall, at the time of making such application, file with and have approved by the attorney general a bond from a surety company qualified to do business in the state. The bond shall be for the sum of twenty thousand dollars if the applicant would be collecting contributions solicited or otherwise having physical access to such contributions. The bond shall be for the sum of ten thousand dollars if the applicant would only be soliciting contributions and not be collecting or otherwise having physical access to such contributions. Registration of any additional solicitation campaigns during the paid solicitor's registration period does not require any additional bond. The paid solicitor shall maintain the bond in effect as long as the registration is in effect. The bond shall run to the state and to any person who may have a cause of action against the principal obligor of the bond for any liabilities resulting from the obligor's conduct of any activities subject to the provisions of this chapter, or arising out of a violation of this chapter or any rules adopted pursuant to this chapter. Any paid solicitor who fails to provide a bond as provided by this section is guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor.