§ 131.03  ACCESSIBILITY TO GRAFFITI IMPLEMENTS.
   (A)   Furnishing to minors prohibited.
      (1)   No person may sell any aerosol paint containers or broad-tipped markers, nor shall anyone sell, give, lend or otherwise make available other graffiti implements to a minor unless that minor is accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at the time of purchase or transfer, and the purchase is for legitimate use in classes, organized extracurricular activities or other legitimate activities.
      (2)   No minor may furnish fraudulent evidence of majority at the time of purchase or transfer of any aerosol paint containers, broad-tipped markers or any other graffiti implements.
   (B)   Display and storage. Every person who owns, operates or manages a commercial retail establishment that sells aerosol paint containers or broad-tipped markers must store the implements in an area inaccessible to the public without employee or owner assistance, or that is continuously observable through direct visual observation or surveillance equipment by the establishment’s owner(s) or employees during the regular course of business.
   (C)   Signs required. Every person who operates a commercial retail establishment that sells graffiti implements shall:
      (1)   Place a sign at or near the display of such products stating: “Graffiti is against the law. Any person who defaces property with paint, markers and other liquid or marking device is guilty of a crime punishable by imprisonment and/or fines as allowed by law and restitution”; and/or
      (2)   Place a sign in view of persons accepting customer payment for graffiti implements, stating: “Selling aerosol paint containers or broad-tipped markers to persons under the age of 18 is against the law and punishable by an imprisonment and/or fines as allowed by law and restitution”.
(1976 Code, § 10-2-3)  Penalty, see § 131.99