A. A person who sells or offers to sell nonauthentic Indian arts and crafts shall post a sign bearing the words, in letters not less than three inches in height, "nonauthentic Indian arts and crafts" above or adjacent to the articles being sold.
Terms Used In Arizona Laws 44-1231.02
- Indian: means a person who is enrolled or who is a lineal descendant of one enrolled upon an enrollment listing of the bureau of Indian affairs, or upon the enrollment listing of a recognized Indian tribe domiciled within the United States border. See Arizona Laws 44-1231
- Person: means an individual, corporation, partnership, association, joint stock company or trust, limited liability company, government or governmental subdivision or agency or any other unincorporated organization. See Arizona Laws 44-1801
- Process: means a citation, writ or summons issued in the course of judicial proceedings. See Arizona Laws 1-215
- sell: means a sale or any other disposition of a security or interest in a security for value and includes a contract to make such sale or disposition. See Arizona Laws 44-1801
B. A person who sells or offers to sell a product that is represented to be authentic Indian arts or crafts shall make due inquiry of his suppliers concerning the true nature of the materials, product design and process of manufacture to determine whether the product may be lawfully represented as authentic Indian arts or crafts.
C. A person who sells or offers to sell Indian arts and crafts may elect to label or otherwise clearly and conspicuously disclose as authentic Indian arts and crafts all articles that are authentic Indian arts and crafts in accordance with this article and rules adopted pursuant to this article.