Women cannot be employed to dance with men
No female shall be permitted to be employed in any dance hall for the purpose of dancing with male patrons of the dance hall.
One may not whistle in the bathroom
No person shall stand or climb on any closet, closet seat, basin, partition, or other furniture or fitting; or loiter about, or push, crowd, or otherwise act in disorderly manner; or interfere with any attendant in the discharge of his or her duties; or whistle, dance, sing, skate, or swear, or use obscene, loud, and…
An establishment may not allow more than one accordion to be played for entertainment
No entertainment or music shall be provided or permitted for the enjoyment of the patrons of the establishment operated on public space by a permittee other than music as may be furnished by no more than three (3) musicians playing stringed instruments such as the violin, the viola, the cello, the double-base, and the guitar,…
One may not operate a surf board while on a hallucinogen
No person shall operate or use any vessel, or use any water skis, aquaplane, surfboard, or similar device, while under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, or any narcotic drug, barbiturate, or hallucinogen.
One may not take photographs for more than 5 minutes in a public location
While engaged in taking photographs, no person licensed under §521 or §522 of this chapter shall impede traffic as defined in the District of Columbia Traffic Acts; nor shall any photographer remain longer than five (5) minutes at any one (1) location on the streets, sidewalks, or other public spaces.
Bridges must be clear of sheep between 6 and 10 am.
Sheep driven or conducted between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., and when crossing a bridge, shall be in charge of at least six (6) drovers; and the footway and not less than one-third (1/3) of the roadway of the bridge shall be kept free of obstruction by the sheep.
One may not dance for more than twelve hours in any twenty four hour period
No person shall conduct or take part in any race, dance, or contest in which any individual shall participate for more than a total of twelve (12) hours in any consecutive twenty-four (24) hours.
Santa Claus may not be used to sell alcohol
Any statement, picture, or illustration referring to Easter, Holy Week, Mother’s Day, ‘Santa Claus,’ including names synonymous with “Santa Claus”, or a religious holiday or religious symbol, which promotes the sale, service, or consumption of alcoholic beverages shall be prohibited. Nothing in this section shall prohibit references to Christmas or any other holiday season if…