(A)   Any promoter receiving money in the amount of $1 or more from any contributor under a solicitation made pursuant to this chapter shall give to the contributor a written receipt signed by the promoter showing plainly the name and charitable solicitation permit number or religious solicitation certificate number of the person under whose permit or certificate this solicitation is conducted, the date and the amount received.
   (B)   Except, however, that the provisions of this section shall not apply to:
      (1)   Contributions collected by means of a closed receptacle used with the prior written consent of the Solicitations Advisory Committee of the city.
      (2)   Contributions in connection with special events where the contributor is given a printed, press-numbered coupon, ticket or similar printed evidence of the donation on which appears the name of the permit or certificate holder, the amount of the contribution evidence thereby, and the date and a description of the special event to which it relates.
      (3)   Contributions involving the sale of merchandise, where there is affixed on the merchan-dise, or on the container thereof, the name of such permit or certificate holder and the price paid for the merchandise.
      (4)   Contributions in the form of personal checks mailed to the promoter; provided, however, such checks are made payable to the permit or certificate holder.
('86 Code, § 5.30.110) (Ord. 3673, passed  - - )