2010 New York Code
ACA - Arts and Cultural Affairs
Title G - REGULATION OF SALE OF THEATRE TICKETS
Article 25 - (25.01 - 25.35) TICKETS TO PLACES OF ENTERTAINMENT
25.19 - Posting of license or certificate.

* § 25.19. Posting  of  license  or  certificate. Immediately upon the
  receipt of the license or certificate issued pursuant to this article by
  the secretary of state, the licensee  named  therein  shall  cause  such
  license  to  be posted and at all times displayed in a conspicuous place
  in the principal office of such business for which  it  is  issued,  and
  shall  cause  the  certificate for each branch office, bureau, agency or
  sub-agency to be posted and at all  times  displayed  in  a  conspicuous
  place  in  such branch office, bureau, agency or sub-agency for which it
  is issued, so that all persons visiting such  principal  office,  branch
  office,  bureau,  agency  or sub-agency may readily see the same, and if
  such licensee does business on the  internet,  to  provide  a  hyperlink
  displayed  in  a  conspicuous  manner to a scanned copy of such license.
  Such license or certificate shall at all reasonable times be subject  to
  inspection   by  the  secretary  of  state  or  his  or  her  authorized
  inspectors. It shall be unlawful for any person,  firm,  partnership  or
  corporation  holding such license or certificate to post such license or
  certificate or to permit such certificate to  be  posted  upon  premises
  other  than  those described therein or to which it has been transferred
  pursuant to the provisions of  this  article  or  unlawfully  to  alter,
  deface or destroy any such license or certificate.
    * NB Effective until May 16, 2011
    * § 25.19. Posting  of price lists; information to purchaser. In every
  principal office or branch office, bureau, agency or sub-agency  of  any
  licensee  under this article, there shall be conspicuously posted and at
  all times displayed a price  list  showing  the  price  charged  by  the
  person,  firm  or  corporation  owning,  operating  or  controlling  the
  theatre, place of amusement or entertainment, or  the  place  where  the
  public  exhibition,  game,  contest or performance for which a ticket is
  being sold by such licensee, together with the price  being  charged  by
  such  licensee  for  the  resale  of  such  ticket,  so that all persons
  visiting such place may readily see the same. The licensee shall also on
  request furnish each purchaser of a ticket with a  receipt  showing  the
  same information.
    * NB Effective May 16, 2011

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