(a) The manager, assistant manager, desk clerk, or other person in charge of or in authority in a hotel, any of whom are hereinafter referred to in this section as "manager," shall have the right to remove, cause to be removed, or eject from such hotel, in the manner provided in this section, any guest of the hotel or visitor thereto, both hereinafter referred to in this section as "guest," who, while in the hotel or on the hotel premises, is intoxicated, profane, lewd, brawling, or who shall indulge in any language or conduct or otherwise conducts himself or herself in such fashion as to disturb the peace and comfort of other guests, proprietor, or employees of such hotel.
(b) The manager shall first orally notify such guest that the hotel no longer desires to entertain him or her and request that such guest immediately depart from the hotel. If such guest has paid in advance, the hotel shall, at the time the request to depart is made, tender to the guest the unused or unconsumed portion of any such advance payment.
(c) Any guest who shall remain or attempt to remain in such hotel after being requested, as stated in subsection (b) of this section, to depart therefrom, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be deemed to be illegally in such hotel or upon its premises.
(d) In the event any such guest shall be illegally in the hotel or upon its premises as stated in subsection (c) of this section, the manager may call to his or her assistance any policeman, constable, deputy sheriff, sheriff, or other law enforcement officer, and it shall be the duty of each member of the aforesaid classes of officers, upon request of the manager of such hotel, forthwith and forcibly, if necessary, to immediately remove or eject from such hotel any such guest illegally in the hotel or upon its premises as aforesaid.
Last modified: May 3, 2021