Any person, other than an out-of-state tourist, who shall knowingly allow his automobile
or vehicle to remain parked for a longer period than two (2) hours in any of the parking
spaces adjacent to the north side of the New Capitol which are reserved for tourists,
visitors, and persons having temporary business therein, and any person parking, or
causing to be parked, his or any motor vehicle or other conveyance in or on the grounds
of the facilities named in Section 29-5-2 in other violation of Sections 29-5-57 through 29-5-67 and Sections 29-5-71 through 29-5-77, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction therefor, shall be fined not
exceeding ten dollars ($10.00) for each offense.
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