§ 23-28.19-16. Seating.
No proprietors of any performance tent, and no managers or other person or persons in charge thereof, shall suffer or permit any person to stand or sit, and no person shall stand or sit, in any aisle or passageway or open space around a ring enclosure in any tent, in which seats are furnished spectators, during the time of any show or performance, or while spectators are present; and no proprietors, managers, or other person or persons shall sell or cause to be sold any greater number of tickets of admission to the tent, for any show or performance therein at a given time, than the number of seats furnished therein, and none of the same shall cause or permit any greater number of persons to enter the tent to attend any show or performance than the number of seats furnished therein; provided, that the provisions hereof shall not apply to police officers, ushers, or other persons employed or having duties to perform therein. Any person violating any provision of this section shall be fined not exceeding five hundred dollars ($500) for each offense.
(P.L. 1976, ch. 271, § 15.)