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Each state has its own code relating to masks (though some states may have no such code) and/or disguises. No person or persons shall in this State, while wearing any mask, hood or device whereby the person, face or voice is disguised so as to conceal the identity of the wearer, enter, or appear upon or within the public property of any municipality or county of the State, or of the State of North Carolina. It shall be unlawful for any person over sixteen years of age while wearing any mask, hood or other device whereby a substantial portion of the face is hidden or covered so as to conceal the identity of the wearer, to be or appear in any public place, or upon any private property in this Commonwealth without first having obtained from the owner or tenant thereof consent to do so in writing.
In some, you may be okay wearing a filtration or surgical mask; in others, you may be required to carry a note from your physician stating that you need to wear the mask for health reasons. However, the provisions of this section shall not apply to persons () wearing traditional holiday costumes; (ii) engaged in professions, trades, employment or other activities and wearing protective masks which are deemed necessary for the physical safety of the wearer or other persons; (iii) engaged in any bona fide theatrical production or masquerade ball; or (iv) wearing a mask, hood or other device for bona fide medical reasons upon the advice of a licensed physician or osteopath and carrying on his person an affidavit from the physician or osteopath specifying the medical necessity for wearing the device and the date on which the wearing of the device will no longer be necessary and providing a brief description of the device.
Masks or hoods, wearing in public places prohibited; penalty; exceptions; permit to conduct Mardi Gras festivities, how obtained; wearing of hoods, masks, or disguises or giving of candy or other gifts by sex offenders A. A person whose identity is concealed by the person in a public place by means of a robe, mask, or other disguise, unless based on religious beliefs, or incidental to amusement, entertainment, protection from weather, or medical treatment, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
No person shall use or wear in any public place of any character whatsoever, or in any open place in view thereof, a hood or mask, or anything in the nature of either, or any facial disguise of any kind or description, calculated to conceal or hide the identity of the person or to prevent his being readily recognized. Except as provided in Subsection E of this Section, this Section shall not apply: (1) To activities of children on Halloween, to persons participating in any public parade or exhibition of an educational, religious, or historical character given by any school, church, or public governing authority, or to persons in any private residence, club, or lodge room. (HIST: 1963 c 753 art 1 s 609.735; 1971 c 23 s 73; 1986 c 444;1995 c 30 s 1) Being masked or in any manner disguised by unusual or unnatural attire or facial alteration, loiters, remains or congregates in a public place with other persons so masked or disguised, or knowingly permits or aids persons so masked or disguised to congregate in a public place; except that such conduct is not unlawful when it occurs in connection with a masquerade party or like entertainment if, when such entertainment is held in a city which has promulgated regulations in connection with such affairs, permission is first obtained from the police or other appropriate authorities; (National Lawyers Guild NYC Chapter paper on the anti-mask law) No person or persons at least 16 years of age shall, while wearing any mask, hood or device whereby the person, face or voice is disguised so as to conceal the identity of the wearer, enter, be or appear upon any lane, walkway, alley, street, road, highway or other public way in this State.
More than a third of the states require Landlords give a minimum 3-day eviction notice when rent is late or overdue, while almost a quarter of the states require a minimum of 5-days, and only six states require 7-days. Cure or Quit Notices (“Lease Violation”) The Tenant has a certain amount of time to correct or “cure” a problem like violating a no smoking or no pet policy. If a Tenant has broken one of their promises in the lease agreement, nine states require that Landlords give Tenants a minimum 3-day eviction notice.
Interestingly, eight states do not require a minimum notice since the lease already spells out the obligations, and the Tenant is perhaps assumed to knowingly break the lease.
(2) To persons participating in masquerade balls or entertainments, to persons participating in carnival parades or exhibitions during the period of Mardi Gras festivities, to persons participating in the parades or exhibitions of minstrel troupes, circuses, or other dramatic or amusement shows, or to promiscuous masking on Mardi Gras which are duly authorized by the governing authorities of the municipality in which they are held or by the sheriff of the parish if held outside of an incorporated municipality. A person who intentionally conceals his or her identity by wearing a mask or other device covering his or her face for the purpose of facilitating the commission of a crime is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment for not more than 93 days or a fine of not more than 0.00, or both.
(3) To persons wearing head covering or veils pursuant to religious beliefs or customs. All persons having charge or control of any of the festivities set forth in Paragraph B(2) of this Section, shall, in order to bring the persons participating therein within the exceptions contained in Paragraph B(2), make written application for and shall obtain in advance of the festivities from the mayor of the city, town, or village in which the festivities are to be held, or when the festivities are to be held outside of an incorporated city, town, or village, from the sheriff of the parish, a written permit to conduct the festivities.
You can check for your state codes through your state's website ( where xx = your state's two letter abbreviation), in the public library (contact the reference librarian to see which branch has the code books), or local law library (generally in the courthouse and open to the public).185. It shall be unlawful for any person to wear any mask, false whiskers, or any personal disguise (whether complete or partial) for the purpose of: One--Evading or escaping discovery, recognition, or identification in the commission of any public offense. (b) The provisions of this section do not apply to any person: (1) Under sixteen years of age; (2) Wearing a traditional holiday costume; (3) Engaged in a trade or employment where a mask, hood or device is worn for the purpose of ensuring the physical safety of the wearer; (4) Using a mask, hood or device in theatrical productions, including use in celebrations or similar masquerade balls; (5) Wearing a mask, hood or device prescribed for civil defense drills, exercises or emergencies; or (6) Wearing a mask, hood or device for the sole purpose of protection from the elements or while participating in a winter sport.Some states require different notice periods depending on whether the Tenant materially breached the lease agreement.For example, a Tenant engaging in illegal activity like selling drugs would definitely be considered a “material” breach. Andrew Pickens, Little Mountain, Bradaway, Good Hope and Roberts, Thomas D. And it is hereby rf commended and enjoined on every member of this Presbytery to attend the next meeting of Synod to recon- sider this matter; and with this further in view, that if such measures are not adopted as may correspond with what ap- pears to us to be duty, that those who think proper may en- ter their protest." At the next meeting of the Synod of the Carolinas held at Sugar Creek, Oct. Stephenson, was appointed to re- consider this whole matter and report. Old Cam- bridge, Hopewell (Abbeville), Willington, Dr. Henry Reid, 281, 294 — Rocky River, Upper Long Caue, Gen. D., Hopewell (Keowee), Bethlehem, Cane Creek, Nazareth (B. Walker not to proceed in this business until further advice be iiad from the'Synod.