Chapter 5.08
REGISTRATION OF LIQUOR AND GAMING EMPLOYEESlinklink

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5.08.010: FINDINGS:
5.08.020: DEFINITIONS:
5.08.030: REGISTRATION; FEES:
5.08.040: COMPLIANCE:
5.08.050: FINGERPRINTING:

5.08.010: FINDINGS:linklink


It is declared to be the policy of the County as expressed by the Liquor Control Board that the safety, morals, good order and general welfare of the inhabitants of the County will be better protected and served by requiring registration with the Sheriff, and the thumbprinting and fingerprinting of all employees of gambling houses and establishments where alcoholic beverages are sold at retail and served on the premises as such employees and establishments are defined in Section 5.08.020 of this Chapter. (Ord. 36 § 2, 1956)
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5.08.020: DEFINITIONS:linklink

For the purposes of this Chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings set out in this Section, unless the context otherwise clearly requires:

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES: Means and includes any and all distilled or rectified spirits, potable alcohol, brandy, whiskey, rum, gin, aromatic bitters, beer, wine and any other liquid or solid containing alcohol capable of being consumed by human beings.

EMPLOYEES IN ESTABLISHMENTS WHERE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE SOLD AT RETAIL FOR CONSUMPTION ON THE PREMISES: Bartenders, waiters, waitresses and any other person who serves alcoholic beverages to patrons for consumption on the premises.

EMPLOYEES OF NONRESTRICTED GAMBLING LICENSEES: All dealers and operators of gambling and banking games as are required to be licensed under the statutes and regulations of the Tax Commission, except slot machines, pinball machines and any other mechanically operated game where no attendant is required. (Ord. 36 § 1, 1956)
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5.08.030: REGISTRATION; FEES:linklink


A. It is unlawful for any person to accept employment in any gambling house or establishment where alcoholic beverages are sold at retail for consumption on the premises, as defined in Section 5.08.020 of this Chapter, unless such person has shall have first registered his name, address and identification data with the Sheriff of the County, and shall have his thumbprints, and fingerprints taken and filed with the Sheriff's office of the County.


B. Every person seeking to be registered under the provisions of this Chapter shall first pay to the County the sum of three dollars ($3.00) as a condition precedent to having issued to him or her the certificate provided for in Section 5.08.050 of this Chapter. Every person registered pursuant to the provisions of this Chapter seeking a replacement or a reissuance of an original certificate previously issued to him or her shall pay to the County the sum of three dollars ($3.00) for such replacement or reissued certificate.


C. The Board of County Commissioners shall from time to time review the fees charged in subsection B of this Section, and shall adjust the fees to reflect current burdens of the Sheriff's Department. (Amendment dated 12-15-1981: Ord. 36 § 3, 1956)

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5.08.040: COMPLIANCE:linklink

It is unlawful for any person operating a gambling game or an establishment where alcoholic beverages are sold at retail for consumption on the premises to employ any person required to register with the Sheriff by the terms of this Chapter, unless such person has so registered with the Sheriff of the County, and has, had his thumbprints and fingerprints taken and filed with the Sheriff. (Ord. 36 § 5, 1956)
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5.08.050: FINGERPRINTING:linklink


A. Upon such employee complying with the provisions of Section 5.08.030 of this Chapter, the Sheriff shall issue a certificate to such employee showing compliance therewith, and the Sheriff shall forthwith send a copy of such imprints to the Identification Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington, D.C., with the request that all information as to the previous record, if any, of such person be forthwith transmitted to the Sheriff.


B. The information, if any, shall be treated as confidential and shall only be made accessible to:

1. The Liquor Control Board;

2. The employer of such person; and

3. Law enforcement officers. (Ord. 36 § 4, 1956)

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