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(a) A registered body art practitioner may practice in a temporary demonstration booth for no more than 7 days in a 90-day period, if the demonstration booth meets all of the following requirements:
(1) Is located in a building that has, at a minimum, hand washing facilities with hot and cold running water, containerized liquid soap, single-use paper towels, a five-gallon or larger container of potable water accessible via spigot, and a wastewater collection and holding tank of corresponding size, to which the practitioner has direct, unobstructed access. Potable water shall be refilled and the holding tank evacuated at least every four procedures or every four hours, whichever occurs first, while the temporary demonstration booth is in operation.
(2) Is constructed with a partition of at least 3 feet in height separating the procedure area from the public.
(3) Is free from both insect and rodent infestation.
(4) Is used exclusively for performing body art.
(5) Is equipped with adequate light at the level where the practitioner is performing body art.
(6) Prohibits animals.
(7) Operates with all necessary permits to conduct business at that site.
(b) All body art temporary demonstration booths must meet the requirements listed in subsection (a), above, and obtain a permit from the Department.
(c) In addition to the penalties authorized in Section 4014, if a body art practitioner violates this section, the Department shall close the body art event and shall impose a penalty not to exceed three times the cost of the permit.
(Added by Ord. 19-14 , File No. 130402, App. 3/14/2014, Eff. 4/13/2014)