§ 113.101  RECORDS.
   (A)   It is unlawful to be an operator or worker of an adult entertainment establishment or sexually-oriented business, regardless of whether it is licensed under this chapter, if the current and valid adult entertainment establishment or sexually-oriented business license is not conspicuously displayed on the premises of the establishment or business.
   (B)   It is unlawful to be an operator of an adult entertainment establishment or sexually-oriented business, regardless of whether licensed under this chapter, which does not create, establish and compile worker records, maintain worker records or where the records are not produced for inspection by a law enforcement officer upon request when the establishment or business is open for business.
   (C)   It is unlawful to be an operator of a sexually-oriented business, regardless of whether it is licensed under this chapter, at which customer contracts, daily registers and a list of services have not been compiled, maintained or are not produced for inspection by a law enforcement officer upon request when the establishment or business is open for business.
   (D)   It is unlawful for a worker at or of an adult entertainment establishment or sexually-oriented business, regardless of whether licensed under this chapter, to fail to obtain, carry or produce for inspection by a law enforcement officer upon request, a business tax receipt for the occupation in which the worker is engaged; provided, however, that a worker of an adult entertainment establishment or sexually-oriented business who is a paid employee for whom income taxes and Social Security payments are withheld and paid by the establishment and who is not an independent contractor shall not be required to obtain a business tax receipt or their own adult entertainment establishment/sexually-oriented business license.
   (E)   It is unlawful for an escort, regardless of whether they are a paid employee for whom income taxes and Social Security payments are withheld and paid by the escort service, to fail to carry and produce for inspection by a law enforcement officer a copy of the sexually-oriented business license of the employing escort service when working as an escort or providing the services of escort.
   (F)   It is unlawful for any person or any person on their behalf applying for a license under this chapter to make a false or misleading statement or provide false or misleading information which is intended to facilitate the issuance of a license.
   (G)   It is unlawful for any worker, customer or operator to provide false or misleading information in any worker record, customer contract or daily register required by this chapter.
   (H)   It is unlawful to be an operator or worker at an adult entertainment establishment or sexually-oriented business which does not have conspicuously posted the name of the operator on duty while the establishment is open for business.
   (I)   It is unlawful for an operator of an adult entertainment establishment to fail to produce for inspection any worker record required by this chapter, when requested by a law enforcement officer or the Mayor or his or her designee when the establishment or business is open for business.
   (J)   It is unlawful for an operator of a sexually-oriented business to fail to produce for inspection any worker record, customer contract or daily register required by this subchapter when requested by a law enforcement officer or the Mayor or his or her designee when the establishment or business is open for business.
(Ord. 2007-11, passed 6-26-2007)  Penalty, see § 113.999