759.03  SIGNS; SAFETY LIGHTING; ALARM.
   All late night retail establishments and late night gas stations shall:
   (a)   Post a sign in the window which is conspicuous and states that there is a safe on the premises and that it is not accessible to the employees on the premises.
   (b)   Post a sign in the window which is conspicuous and states that the cash register has fifty dollars ($50.00) or less in it.
   (c)   So arrange the signs posted in the windows as to provide a clear and unobstructed view of the interior of the store. In no case shall signs obstruct the view of the register from the street.
   (d)   Have a drop-safe on the premises which is bolted to the floor, or weighs at least 500 pounds.
   (e)   Position their registers so that those in close proximity to the registers are visible from the street.
   (f)   Have the area of the parking lots of late night retail establishments and gas stations commonly utilized by customers and employees lighted and maintained at a minimum of five foot-candles per square foot. The level of lighting shall be measured at a height of three feet above pavement level.
   (g)   Have an enclosed, secured area for employees, or maintain more than one employee during the hours as set forth above or acceptable alarms or any systems that are designed to provide directly or indirectly immediate notification to the Police Department of a robbery or other life threatening situation, and are installed and used pursuant to the requirements of the City alarm ordinance.
(Ord. 1982-116. Passed 9-15-82.)