Sec. 28.06. POSSESSION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE NOT COVERED BY INVOICE.
(a) No holder of a mixed beverage permit, nor any officer, agent, or employee of a holder, may possess or permit to be possessed on the premises for which the permit is issued any alcoholic beverage which is not covered by an invoice from the supplier from whom the alcoholic beverage was purchased.
(b) A person who violates Subsection (a) of this section commits a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not more than $1,000 or by confinement in the county jail for no more than 30 days or by both.
(c) No holder of a mixed beverage permit, nor any officer, agent, or employee of a holder, may knowingly possess or permit to be possessed on the licensed premises any alcoholic beverage which is not covered by an invoice from the supplier from whom the alcoholic beverage was purchased.
(d) A person who violates Subsection (c) of this section commits a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than $500 nor more than $1,000 and by confinement in the county jail for not less than 30 days nor more than two years. The commission or administrator shall cancel the permit of any permittee found by the commission or administrator, after notice and hearing, to have violated or to have been convicted of violating Subsection (c) of this section.
(e) The commission by rule may allow the holder of a mixed beverage permit or an officer, agent, or employee of the permit holder to possess and use alcoholic beverages that are not covered by an invoice on the permitted premises for cooking purposes.
BELL TOWER GROUP LLC
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE SERVICE POLICY STATEMENT
Bell Tower Group LLC is committed to the responsible service of alcoholic beverages at this establishment. In accordance with this commitment, all employees are to follow these policies and the procedural actions provided in furtherance of these policies. Each employee will sign and acknowledge the policy and procedures document as evidence of full understanding of this company's policy regarding sale, service and consumption of alcoholic beverages to minors and/or intoxicated persons at this establishment. Each employee must follow the provisions of this company's policies and procedures.
The following merely highlights the policies and procedures.
1) No employee will serve an alcoholic beverage to any person under the age of 21. It is the company's policy to intervene when a violation is observed, such as a minor being provided a drink by third parties. All employees are obligated to inform their supervisor when intervention attempts fail.
2) All employees will carefully check the identification of all customers who appear to be under thirty (30) years of age by:
a) Reviewing a proof of identification containing a photograph and physical description consistent with the appearance of the person presenting the identification and purpo1iing to be issued by a governmental agency indicating that the person is 21 years old or older. The proof may be a driver's license or identification card issued by the Department of Public Safety, a passport, or military identification card.
b) Carefully checking the proof of identification of any person ordering a drink for a minor and representing himself or herself to be a spouse, guardian or parent to determine its authenticity, by reading the information contained thereon;
c) Reporting to your supervisor if there is any appearance of forgery or tampering with the personal identification.
3) If a person cannot or will not show proper identification, or in case of doubt, the employee will refuse service of alcoholic beverages to the person.
4) No employee will sell, se1ve or deliver an alcoholic beverage to any person who is, or appears to be, intoxicated or to anyone to the point of intoxication. It is the employee's responsibility to notify your supervisor when a customer shows signs of intoxication or is requesting alcoholic beverages above the limits of responsible beverage service.