No person shall knowingly make a false or misleading representation in the course of soliciting a donation. False or misleading representations include, but are not limited to, the following:
   (a)   Stating that the donation is needed to meet a specific need, when the solicitor already has sufficient funds to meet that need and does not disclose that fact;
   (b)   Stating that the donation is needed to meet a need which does not exist;
   (c)   Stating that the solicitor is from out of town and stranded, when that is not true;
   (d)   Wearing a military uniform or other indication of military service, when the solicitor is neither a present nor former member of the service indicated;
   (e)   Wearing or displaying an indication of physical disability, when the solicitor does not suffer the disability indicated;
   (f)   Using any makeup or device to simulate any deformity;
   (g)   Stating that the solicitor is homeless, when he/she is not.
      (Ord. 2006-066.  Passed 9-19-06.)