Chapter 9.16


9.16.010    Marijuana.

9.16.020    Intoxicating liquor.

9.16.030    Distributing medicine for advertising purposes.

9.16.010 Marijuana.

Any person found guilty of possession of 40 grams or less of marijuana is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 157 § 6.1, 1976)

9.16.020 Intoxicating liquor.

A. Public Place Defined. A “public place,” as referred to in this section, means any street, alley, school building and grounds adjacent thereto, park, public dance hall, theatre, store, garage or filling station, pool, billiard or card room, or any place where the public is permitted to have unrestricted access or is used generally by the public.

B. Opening or Consuming Liquor in Public Place Prohibited. Except as permitted by RCW Title 66, no person shall open any package containing liquor or consume liquor in any public place in the City.

C. When Sale and Consumption Prohibited. No retail licensee of the Washington State Liquor Control Board shall sell, deliver, offer for sale, serve or allow to be consumed upon the licensed premises any liquor, nor permit the removal of any liquor from the licensed premises in any manner whatsoever at any time when the same is prohibited by RCW Title 66 or by rule or regulation of the Washington State Liquor Control Board.

D. Violation. Violation of any provision contained in this section, or of the state statutes incorporated by reference or any amendment thereto, is a misdemeanor. (Ord. 195 § 2, 1978; Ord. 157 § 6.3, 1976)

9.16.030 Distributing medicine for advertising purposes.

Every person who gives away, or causes or permits any person in his employ to give away, any drug or medicine for advertising purposes, and every person who distributes from house to house, or causes to be distributed from house to house, any drug or medicine for advertising purposes, free of charge to the recipient thereof, is guilty of a misdemeanor. This section shall not be construed as prohibiting or interfering with a lawful use of the United States mail. (Ord. 157 § 6.2, 1976)