§ 111.51  EMPLOYEE PROHIBITIONS.
   (A)   A person holding a license shall not knowingly employ in connection with the licensed business, any person who:
      (1)   Has been convicted of any felony within the last two years;
      (2)   Has twice been convicted of any misdemeanors or offenses directly or indirectly attributable to the use of alcoholic beverages within the last two years;
      (3)   Is under the age of 20 years, unless the person is employed:
         (a)   In a bottling house or room of a licensed distiller, winery, brewer or rectifier;
         (b)   In an office of a wholesaler or manufacturer that is maintained in a building separate from the warehouses or factory;
         (c)   At premises licensed only with a nonquota retail malt beverage package license, and the person employed to sell malt beverages is at least 18 years of age and under the supervision of a person 20 years of age or older; or
         (d)   In any of the following establishments, if the employment is in a capacity that does not involve the sale or serving of alcoholic beverages:
            1.   A restaurant that derives at least 50% of its food and alcoholic beverage sales from the sale of good for consumption on the licensed premises; or
            2.   Any other establishment with alcoholic beverage sales not exceeding 50% of its gross sales;
         (e)   Within two years prior to the date of the person's employment, has had any city license issued or any license issued under KRS Chapters 241 to 244 or under any other act or ordinance relating to the regulation of the manufacture, sale or transportation of alcoholic beverages revoked for cause.
   (B)   The provisions of division (A)(1) and (A)(2) above shall not apply if the employee's duties do not involve the sale, service, delivery or traffic in alcoholic beverages at the licensed premise.
   (C)   Violation of this section shall subject both employer and employee to penalties provided in this chapter and shall be cause for revocation of license.
(Ord. 59-2018, passed 3-22-18)  Penalty, see § 111.99