The following acts in or on designated property are prohibited:
improper disposal of rubbish, spitting, creation of any hazard to persons or things, throwing of articles of any kind from a building, climbing upon any part of a building, and the willful destruction, damage, or removal of property or any part thereof;
conduct prohibited by any other applicable law or ordinance;
conduct that creates loud and unusual noise, or that obstructs the usual use of entrances, foyers, corridors, offices, elevators, stairways, and parking lots, or that otherwise tends to impede or disturb public employees in the performance of their duties, or that otherwise impedes or disturbs the public in its access to designated property;
the display or possession within buildings of signs, placards, or banners affixed or not affixed to a pole or stick within buildings that impedes or interferes with public employees in the performance of their duties, that impedes or disturbs the public in its access to designated property, or that obstructs the usual use of entrances, foyers, corridors, offices, elevators, stairways, and parking lots;
with the exception of peace officers and other individuals obtaining the approval of the commissioner of administration or the commissioner of public safety, carrying either openly or concealed, firearms, ammunition, or other dangerous or deadly weapons;
carrying explosives, either openly or concealed;
the presence of dogs and other animals, except seeing eye dogs, without the express prior approval of the commissioner of administration or a delegate; and
soliciting alms and contributions, commercial soliciting and vending of all kinds, and the display of private debts. This prohibition does not apply to national or local drives for funds for welfare, health, and other purposes sponsored or approved by the commissioner of administration, or to authorized concessions, or to personal notices posted by employees on authorized bulletin boards.
MS s 299E.01
17 SR 1279
May 11, 2004
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