(A) Unless otherwise provided by law, no flag, other than the flag of the United States or its military services, the flag of this or any other state, county, or municipality of the United States, or with the specific approval of the capitol square review and advisory board, any international governmental flag, may be flown on capitol square.
(B) The eighty-eight flags representing each county located on the veterans plaza will not be flown on a permanent basis, but, only at times and occasions that will alert the passing public that a special date or event that is significant to American history and veterans is at hand.
(1) The eighty-eight flags will be displayed for at least two days prior to and two days after, but not to exceed one week for the following days: POW/MIA day, Armed Forces day, Memorial day, Flag day, Independence day, Labor day, Constitution day, Election day, Veterans day, and Statehood day.
(2) The eighty-eight flags will be displayed upon a declaration of war or upon the request of the governor when the armed forces of the United States are engaged in hostile action, the flags will be flown for a period not to exceed thirty days.
(3) The eighty-eight flags may be displayed for special events if the permit holder requests, and agrees to pay expenses for doing so.
(4) The eighty-eight flags will be flown at any time appropriate as determined by the board.