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Повсеместно запрещено расклеивать рекламу и объявления.
445-112 Where and when permitted.
No person shall erect, maintain, or use a billboard or display any outdoor
advertising device, except as provided in this section:
(1) The display of official notices and signs, posted by order of any court
or public office, or posted by any public officer in the performance of a
public duty, or posted by any person required to do so by any law or rule
having the force of law.
(2) Any outdoor advertising device announcing a meeting or series of meetings
is not prohibited by this section if displayed on the premises where the
meeting or series of meetings will be or is being held. Meeting, as used
in this section, includes all meetings regardless of whether open to the
public or conducted for profit and includes but is not limited to sports
events, conventions, fairs, rallies, plays, lectures, concerts, motion
pictures, dances, and religious services.
(3) Any outdoor advertising device indicating that the building or premises
on which it is displayed is the residence, office, or place of business,
commercial or otherwise, of any individual, partnership, joint venture,
association, club, or corporation, and stating the nature of the business.
(4) Any outdoor advertising device that advertises property or services that
may be bought, rented, sold, or otherwise traded in on the premises or in the
building on which the outdoor advertising device is displayed.
(5) The offering for sale of merchandise bearing incidental advertising,
including books, magazines, and newspapers, in any store, newsstand, vending
machine, rack, or other place where such merchandise is regularly sold.
(6) Any outdoor advertising device offering any land, building, or part of a
building for sale or rent, if displayed on the property so offered or on the
building of which part is so offered.
(7) Any outdoor advertising device carried by persons or placed upon vehicles
used for the transportation of persons or goods.
(8) Any outdoor advertising device warning the public of dangerous conditions
that they may encounter in nearby sections of streets, roads, paths, public
places, power lines, gas and water mains, or other public utilities.
(9) Signs serving no commercial purpose that indicate places of natural
beauty, or of historical or cultural interest and that are made according
to designs approved by the department of business, economic development, and tourism.
(10) Any outdoor advertising device or billboard erected, placed, or
maintained upon a state office building, if erected, placed, or maintained by
authority of a state agency, department, or officer for the sole purpose of
announcing cultural or educational events within the State, and if the design
and location thereof has been approved by the department of business,
economic development, and tourism.
(11) Signs urging voters to vote for or against any person or issue, if
erected not more than forty-five days before, and removed not less than ten
days after, the election in which the person is a candidate or in which the
issue is to be voted upon.
(12) Signs stating that a residence that is offered for sale, lease, or
rent is open for inspection at the actual time the sign is displayed and
showing the route to the residence; provided that the sign contains no
words or designs other than the words "Open House", the address of
the residence, the name of the person or agency responsible for the sale,
and an arrow or other directional symbol and is removed during such time
as the residence is not open for inspection.
(13) The erection, maintenance, and use of billboards if the billboard is
used solely for outdoor advertising devices not prohibited by this section.
(14) The continued display and maintenance of outdoor advertising devices actually
displayed on July 8, 1965, in accordance with all laws and ordinances
immediately theretofore in effect.
(15) The continued maintenance of any billboard actually maintained on
July 8, 1965, and the display thereon of the same or new advertising devices,
all in accordance with all laws and ordinances in effect immediately prior
to July 9, 1965.
(16) Any outdoor advertising device displayed with the authorization of the
University of Hawaii on any scoreboard of any stadium owned by the university.
An outdoor advertising device displayed under this paragraph shall be on the
front of the scoreboard and face the interior of the stadium.
(17) Any temporary outdoor advertising device attached to or supported by
the structure of any stadium owned by the University of Hawaii, located
within and facing the interior of the stadium, and authorized to be displayed
by the university. For the purpose of this paragraph, "temporary" means
displayed for a short period before the official start of organized athletic
competition, during the organized athletic competition, and for a short
period after the official end of the organized athletic competition; and
(18) Any outdoor advertising device displayed with the authorization of the
stadium authority on any scoreboard of any stadium operated by the stadium
authority. An outdoor advertising device displayed under this paragraph shall
be on the front of the scoreboard and face the interior of the stadium.
[L 1965, c 233, pt of §1; Supp, §155-121; HRS §445-112; am L 1986, c 245, §1;
am L 1987, c 336, §7; am L 1990, c 293, §8; am L 1994, c 118, §1]