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(1) No person shall employ a bouncer at a covered establishment if that bouncer is not registered as a bouncer with the Administrative Agency and, in the case of an independent contractor, if that bouncer does not possess a valid business privilege license. 1208
(2) No person shall employ a bouncer at a covered establishment unless that person, within forty-five days after that bouncer's hire, has received and retains on file a copy of a certificate evidencing the successful completion by the bouncer of a program of third-party training covering the areas set forth in Section 9-3705.
Note that "business privilege license" was changed to "commercial activity license" by Bill No. 110758 (approved December 21, 2011), effective May 1, 2012.