Unlawful telephone solicitation of contributions for charitable purposes
(1) No person shall solicit by telephone contributions of money or any other thing of value, whether or not in exchange for a ticket or any other thing of value, for a charitable or eleemosynary purpose, whether bona fide or purported, unless the person:
(a) Has been a member in full standing for at least six months of the charitable organization conducting the solicitation and is participating in the solicitation on an uncompensated basis;
(b) Has been employed directly by the charitable organization conducting the solicitation for at least six months prior to the solicitation and is receiving a substantial salary; or
(c) And the person solicited are personally known to each other.
(2) Any violation of subsection (1) of this section is a Class C misdemeanor. [1973 c.473 §§1,4]
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