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

(1) Require the purchaser to sign a receipt for the beverage and provide the following:

(a) Two pieces of identification, one of which is a motor vehicle operator’s license number or a Washington State identification card;

(b) The location, date and time where the beverage will be consumed; and

(c) A sworn statement providing that the purchaser is of legal age to purchase, possess or use malt liquor, that the purchaser will not allow any person under the age of 21 years to consume the beverage except as provided in RCW 66.44.270 of the Laws of the State of Washington, and that the purchaser will not remove or obliterate the numbered label affixed to the container;

(2) Record the identification of the keg or container for the purpose of tracing the items if the contents are consumed in violation of this chapter in the following manner:

(a) Record the serial number of the keg or container on the receipt;

(b) Identify the keg or container purchased by affixing a numbered label to the keg or container; and

(c) Record the identification number of the receipt;

(3) Notify the police department of the town of Cathlamet or the Wahkiakum County sheriff’s office immediately in the event that the purchase exceeds 20 gallons of malt liquor;

(4) Retain for a period of one year the original copy of the receipt completed pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, said receipts to be available during all regular business hours to inspection by the police department of the town of Cathlamet or to such other law enforcement officers as may be designated by the mayor of the town of Cathlamet. A copy of such receipt shall also be provided to the purchaser. (Ord. 291 § 2, 1980)