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TITLE 54
PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
CHAPTER 58
BARBER AND COSMETOLOGY SERVICES ACT
54-5824.  barber poles. Only persons licensed pursuant to the provisions of this chapter as a barber or barber-stylist may:
(1)  Hold themselves out to the public, solicit business or advertise as a licensed barber or as operating a licensed barbershop;
(2)  Use the title or designation "barber" or "barbershop" under circumstances that would create or tend to create the impression to members of the general public that the person is a licensed barber, is a licensed barber-stylist, or is operating a licensed barbershop; or
(3)  Place a barber pole in a location that would create or tend to create the impression to members of the general public that a business located near the barber pole is a barbershop, unless the business is a licensed cosmetology establishment that is leasing space to or employing a licensed barber or a licensed barber-stylist. As used in this section, "barber pole" means a red and white striped vertical cylinder with a ball located on top of the cylinder or any object of a similar nature, regardless of its actual shape or coloring, that would create or tend to create the impression to members of the general public that a business located near the object is a barbershop.

History:
[54-5824, added 2018, ch. 228, sec. 3, p. 534.]


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