|(a) An attendant must be on the labor hall premises as an agent for legal process for the temporary common worker employer at all times that common workers are on the premises during normal business hours. (b) The labor hall premises must have a lobby or waiting room with a floor area not less than 450 square feet. The lobby or waiting room must have adequate heat and ventilation. (c) A labor hall may allow the pick-up or drop-off of workers only in a safe location. (d) The sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises of a labor hall is prohibited. (e) Prostitution, gambling, intoxication, illegal drug dealing, or illegal drug use on the premises of a labor hall is prohibited. (f) Knowingly furnishing any person for immoral or illegal purposes, or causing to be sent any person to enter as a servant, inmate, or for any purpose whatsoever, to any place of bad repute, house of ill fame, or assignation house, or any house or place of amusement kept for illegal or immoral purposes, the character of which the license holder could have ascertained by reasonable diligence, is prohibited. (g) Knowingly sending a common worker to a place where a strike or lockout exists without first informing the common worker with a written statement of the existence of the strike or lockout is prohibited. (h) Knowingly furnishing employment to a child, as defined by federal and state statute, in violation of statutes regulating the employment of children or the compulsory attendance at school is prohibited. (i) A license holder shall comply with the provisions of all applicable federal, state, and local statutes, ordinances, regulations or codes, including but not limited to, State Department of Health Services food service sanitation regulations, mechanical, building, electrical, fire prevention, and life safety codes. (j) A license holder that violates a prohibition, statute, ordinance or code set forth above may have its license suspended revoked, or the department may refuse to renew its license under Texas Occupations Code §51.353.