Chapter 9.24


9.24.010    Required procedure.

9.24.020    Violation – Penalty.

9.24.010 Required procedure.

Any person who sells or offers for sale kegs or other containers containing seven gallons or more of malt liquor to consumers who are not licensed under RCW Chapter 66.24 shall:

A. Require the purchaser to sign a receipt for the beverage and provide the following:

1. Two pieces of identification, one of which is a motor vehicle operator’s license or a Washington State identification card,

2. A sworn statement providing that the purchaser will not allow any person under the age of 21 to consume the beverage except as provided in RCW 66.44.270, and that the purchaser will not remove or obliterate the numbered label affixed to the container;

B. Record the identification of the keg or container for the purpose of tracing the items if the contents are consumed in violation of this code in the following manner:

1. Record the serial number of the keg or container on the receipt,

2. Identify the keg or container purchased by affixing a numbered label to the keg or container,

3. Record on the receipt the identification number from the numbered label. The original copy of the receipt shall be mailed to the sheriff’s office by the seller within one week of the purchase and shall be retained by the sheriff’s office for a period of one year. A copy of this receipt shall be provided by the seller to the purchaser at the time of purchase. A third copy may be retained by the seller at his option. (Ord. 79-73 § 1).

9.24.020 Violation – Penalty.

Violation of any provision of this chapter is a misdemeanor and punishable by a fine of $500.00 and/or six months in the county jail. (Ord. 79-73 § 2).