2010 New York Code
ACA - Arts and Cultural Affairs
Article 25 - (25.01 - 25.35) TICKETS TO PLACES OF ENTERTAINMENT
25.29 - Unlawful charges in connection with tickets.

* § 25.29. Unlawful charges in connection with tickets. 1. No operator
  of  any  place  of  entertainment,  or his or her agent, representative,
  employee or licensee shall, if a price be charged for admission thereto,
  exact, demand, accept or receive, directly or indirectly, any premium or
  price in excess of the  established  price  plus  lawful  taxes  whether
  designated  as  price,  gratuity  or  otherwise;  provided, however: (a)
  nothing in this article shall be  construed  to  prohibit  a  reasonable
  service  charge  by  the  operator or agents of the operator for special
  services, including but not limited to, sales away from the box  office,
  credit  card sales or delivery; and (b) nothing in this article shall be
  construed to prohibit an operator or its agent from offering for initial
  sale tickets by means of an auction.
    2. In any prosecution under this section the  attorney  general  shall
  have  concurrent jurisdiction with any district attorney and in any such
  prosecution he or she or his or her deputy shall exercise all the powers
  and perform all the duties which the district attorney  would  otherwise
  be authorized to exercise or perform therein.
    * NB Repealed May 16, 2011

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