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1. Practice or attempt to practice barbering without a current barber license issued pursuant to this chapter.
2. Practice or teach in or operate a school or operate a shop or salon which does not have a current license issued pursuant to this chapter.
3. Operate a shop or salon unless it is under the direct supervision of a barber.
4. Display a sign or in any way advertise or hold oneself out as a barber or as being engaged in the practice or business of barbering without being licensed pursuant to this chapter.
5. Knowingly make a false statement on an application for a license pursuant to this chapter.
6. Permit an employee or another person under his supervision or control to practice barbering without a license issued pursuant to this chapter.
7. Practice barbering in any place other than in a shop or salon licensed pursuant to this chapter unless he is requested by a customer to go to a place other than a shop or salon licensed pursuant to this chapter and is sent to the customer from the shop or salon.
8. Obtain or attempt to obtain a license by the use of money other than the prescribed fees or any other thing of value or by fraudulent misrepresentation.
9. Violate any provision of this chapter or any rule adopted pursuant to this chapter.
B. An instructor shall not render barbering services in a school unless the services are directly incidental to the instruction of students.
C. A school shall clearly indicate to the public that all services are performed by students under the direct supervision of an instructor.
D. A person who violates this section is guilty of a class 1 misdemeanor.