Sec. 5-20.06.  Signs required: Secured display of paint cans and markers.
   (a)   Signs.  Any person engaged in the retail sale of aerosol or pressurized containers of paint or marker pens with tips exceed one-fourth (1/4) inch in width, containing anything other than a solution which can be removed by water after it dries, must display, at the location of retail sale, a sign clearly visible and legible to employees and customers, which sign states as follows:
   It is unlawful for any person to sell, lend or give to any individual under the age of 18 years, who is not accompanied by a responsible adult, an aerosol or pressurized can of paint or a marker pen with a tip of 1/4 inch or greater width.
   (b)   Secure display.  Any person engaged in the retail sale of aerosol or pressurized containers of paint or marker pens with tips exceeding one-fourth (1/4) inch in width, containing anything other than a solution which can be removed by water after it dries, shall store or cause such products to be stored in an area viewable by, but not accessible to, the public during the regular course of business without employee assistance, pending legal sale or disposition of such marker pens or paint containers.
(§ 1, Ord. 1033-NS, eff. July 18, 1989, as amended by Ord. 1185-NS, eff. August 3, 1993)