Publisher's Note: This Section has been AMENDED by new legislation (Ord. 22-09, adopted 3-7-2022). The text of the amendment will be incorporated below when the ordinance is codified.
   (A)   (1)   For licenses effective on or after July 1, 1994, and all original or renewal application for all classes of liquor licenses shall be accompanied with proof of completion of a State Beverage Alcohol Sellers and Servers Educational Training (BASSET) program or Training for Intervention Procedures (TIPS) program, for at least one management employee working on the premises pursuant to that license.
      (2)   All persons whose job description entails the checking of identification for the purchase of alcoholic beverages in establishments where the majority of gross revenue is collected by the retail sale of alcoholic beverages shall be required to complete BASSET or TIPS training.
      (3)   All personnel who prepare mixed alcoholic beverages or serve alcoholic beverages for consumption on premises, in premises licensed under license classes A, A-1, A-2, C, D, E and E-1 shall be required to complete BASSET or TIPS training.
      (4)   At least one person who has completed BASSET or TIPS training shall be required to be on premises, in all licensed premises during hours when alcoholic beverages may be purchased.
      (5)   A “state certified BASSET training program” or “TIPS training program” shall be defined as a program licensed by the State Liquor Control Commission. Providers of BASSET or TIPS training shall be required to have on file with the County Clerk all licenses and certificates to prove current qualifications.
      (6)   After July 1, 1994, any new employee, manager or agent, requiring BASSET or TIPS training, shall, within 90 days from the beginning of their employment with that licensee, complete a BASSET or TIPS program and shall until completion of the BASSET or TIPS program work under the supervision of a person who has completed BASSET or TIPS training.
      (7)   A photo copy of certificate of completion for all employees, managers or agents required by this chapter to have BASSET or TIPS training shall be maintained, by the establishment, in a manner that will allow inspection, upon demand, by any designee of the Liquor Control Board.
      (8)   The Liquor Commissioner reserves the right to require BASSET or TIPS training for all employees of any establishment when deemed necessary. A ruling of this kind shall remain binding until repealed by the Liquor Commissioner.
   (B)   (1)   (a)   It shall be unlawful for any holder of a license, under the Classifications A, A-1, A-2, C and D set forth in § 116.05, required for retail sales of alcoholic liquors to employ any person to sell or serve alcoholic liquors who has not registered with the Police Department, except that the registration shall be waived for employees of holders of Class C licenses.
         (b)   For employees licensed under the Classification E, employee registration shall be required for all employees whose primary responsibility is to prepare alcoholic beverages for service to the public. Registration shall be deemed to be required hereunder for any employee who dispenses alcoholic liquors from behind a structure or partition commonly referred to as a “bar.” Persons employed primary to serve food and who serve alcoholic liquors only as an incidental part of their employment, shall not be required to be so registered.
      (2)   Registration. may be requested upon written application, upon payment of a fee as provided in the village annual fee schedule, and upon photographic processing. The registration shall be valid for a period of not more than one year. Registration may be issued on or after July 1 of each year for a one-year period, except that registration permits may be issued on or after January 1 of each year for one-half year period. Registrations, regardless of issue date, will expire June 30 of each year.
      (3)   (a)   Registration may be secured upon written application delivered to the Police Department and upon the completion of a police background check which disclosed neither any felony convictions nor that the applicant has been convicted of the violation of any state or federal law involving alcoholic beverages or controlled substances.
         (b)   Registration cards shall be issued by the Police Department, upon such satisfactory application, shall be issued to a specific licensed premises and shall be posted upon the premises where it can be examined.
         (c)   The applicant shall also pay a fee as set forth in the annual fee schedule and shall be photographed for the registration card. Applicants whose registration has been denied may appeal to the Liquor Commission. When the employee leaves his or her employment, the employee shall surrender the registration card to the Police Department.
(1981 Code, § 36.04) (Am. Ord. 89-20, passed 9-18-1989; Am. Ord. 94-02, passed 2-22-1994; Am. Ord. 94-10, passed 6-6-1994; Am. Ord. 97-13, passed 6-16-1997; Am. Ord. 13-39, passed 10-21-2013; Am. Ord. 22-03, passed 1-24-2022) Penalty, see § 116.99