Sec. 14B-1-4. Sale and display of graffiti implements.

(a) It is unlawful for any person who owns, conducts, operates or manages a commercial, retail, or wholesale establishment where graffiti implements are sold to store or display, or cause to be stored or displayed, such graffiti implements in an area that is accessible to the public without employee assistance in the regular course of business, pending legal sale or other disposition. Such graffiti implements must be stored or displayed in a locked display case, or other area of the store accessible only to employees and under constant monitoring by employees.
(b) Nothing herein shall preclude the storage or display of graffiti implements in areas viewable by the public so long as such items are not accessible to the public without employee assistance.
(c) Every commercial, retail, or wholesale establishment which sells or offers for sale pressurized cans containing any substance commonly known as paint or dye shall post in a conspicuous place a sign, in letters at least three-eighths of an inch high, stating: “Any person who maliciously defaces real or personal property with paint is guilty of vandalism, which is punishable by a fine, imprisonment, or both.” (Ord. No. 1461, § 3 (part).)