Chapter 9.03


9.03.010    Alcoholic beverage control – Enforcement.

9.03.020    Furnishing liquor to minors – Possession and use.

9.03.010 Alcoholic beverage control – Enforcement.

The following statutes of the state of Washington are adopted by reference and wherever the word “title” or words “this title” are used therein the same shall be construed to mean and refer to RCW Title 66 and “this act” shall mean and refer to the Washington State Liquor Act:


66.04.010    Definitions.

66.04.011    “Public place” not to include certain parks and picnic areas.

66.16.090    Record of individual purchase confidential – Penalty for disclosure.

66.20.020    Permits not transferable – False name or address prohibited – Sacramental liquor, wine.

66.20.100    Physician may prescribe or administer liquor – Penalty.

66.20.120    Hospitals, etc. may administer liquor – Penalty for violation.

66.20.150    Purchases prohibited under canceled suspended permit or under another’s permit.

66.20.190    Identification card holder may be required to sign certification.

66.20.200    Unlawful acts relating to card of identification and certification card.

66.20.210    Licensee’s immunity to prosecution or suit – Certification card as evidence of good faith.

66.28.040    Giving away liquor prohibited – Exceptions.

66.28.050    Solicitation of order prohibited – Exceptions.

66.28.070    Restrictions on purchases of beer by retail licensee, brewer and wholesaler.

66.28.080    Permit for music and dancing upon licensed premises.

66.28.090    Licensed premises open for inspection – Failure to allow.

66.28.170    Wine or malt manufacturers – Discrimination in price to purchaser for resale prohibited.

66.28.200    Keg registration – Requirements of seller.

66.28.210    Keg registration – Requirements of purchaser.

66.28.220    Keg registration – Identification of containers – Rules, sales in violation of rules unlawful.

66.28.230    Keg registration – Penalties.

66.44.010    Local officers to enforce law – Authority of board – Liquor enforcement officers.

66.44.040    Sufficiency of description of offenses in complaints, informations, process, etc.

66.44.050    Description of offense in words of statutes – Proof required.

66.44.060    Proof of unlawful sale establishes prima facie intent.

66.44.070    Certified analysis is prima facie evidence of alcoholic content.

66.44.080    Service of process on corporation.

66.44.090    Acting without license.

66.44.100    Opening or consuming liquor in public places.

66.44.120    Unlawful use of seal.

66.44.130    Sales of liquor by drink or bottle.

66.44.140    Unlawful sale, transportation of spirituous liquor without stamp or seal – Unlawful operation, possession of still or mash.

66.44.150    Buying liquor illegally.

66.44.160    Illegal possession, transportation of alcoholic beverages.

66.44.170    Illegal possession of liquor with intent to sell – Prima facie evidence, what is.

66.44.175    Violations of law.

66.44.180    General penalties, jurisdiction, for violations.

66.44.200    Sales to persons apparently under the influence of liquor.

66.44.210    Obtaining liquor for ineligible person.

66.44.240    Drinking in public conveyance – Penalty against carrier – Exception.

66.44.250    — Penalty against individual restricted application.

66.44.265    Candidates giving or purchasing liquor on election day prohibited.

66.44.270    Furnishing liquor to minors – Possession, use – Exceptions.

66.44.280    Minor applying for permit.

66.44.290    Minor purchasing or attempting to purchase liquor.

66.44.291    Minor purchasing or attempting purchase liquor – Penalty.

66.44.300    Treating minor, etc., in public place where liquor sold.

66.44.310    Minors frequenting tavern – Misrepresentation of age – Classification of licenses.

66.44.316    Certain persons eighteen years and older permitted to enter and remain upon licensed premises during employment.

66.44.320    Sales of liquor to minors a violation.

66.44.325    Unlawful transfer to a minor of an identification of age.

66.44.328    Preparation or acquisition and supply to persons under the age of 21 of a facsimile of official identification card – Penalty.

66.44.340    Employees eighteen years and over allowed to sell and carry beer and wine for Class E and/or F licensed employees.

66.44.350    Employees eighteen years and over allowed to serve and carry liquor, clean up, etc. for Class A, C, D, and/or H licensed employers.

66.44.370    Resisting or opposing officers in enforcement of title.

(Ord. 91-34 § 7, 1991: Ord. 86-13 § 1, 1986; Ord. 85-08 § 2, 1985)

9.03.020 Furnishing liquor to minors – Possession and use.

A. It is unlawful for any person under the age of 21 years to be or remain in any public place after having consumed liquor.

B. It is unlawful for anyone under the age of 21 years to acquire or have in his possession or consume any liquor.

C. It is unlawful for anyone to give or otherwise supply liquor to any person under the age of 21 years, or permit any person under that age to consume liquor on his premises or on any premises under his control.

D. Subsections B and C of this section shall not apply when liquor is given or permitted to be given to a person under the age of 21 years by his parent or guardian for beverage or medicinal purposes, or administered to him by his physician or dentist for medicinal purposes, or when liquor is being used in connection with religious services. (Ord. 86-13 § 2, 1986)