(A) Any per­son to whom the sale, gift or deliv­ery of any alco­holic liquor is pro­hib­it­ed because of age shall not pur­chase or accept a gift of such alco­holic liquor or have such alco­holic liquor in his possession.

(B) If a licensee, or their agents or employ­ees, believe or have rea­son to believe that a sale or deliv­ery of any alco­holic liquor is pro­hib­it­ed because of the age of the prospec­tive recip­i­ent, he shall, before mak­ing such sale or deliv­ery, demand pre­sen­ta­tion of some form of pos­i­tive iden­ti­fi­ca­tion, con­tain­ing proof of age, issued by a pub­lic offi­cer in the per­for­mance of his offi­cial duties.

(C) No per­son shall trans­fer, alter or deface such an iden­ti­fi­ca­tion card; use the iden­ti­fi­ca­tion card of anoth­er; car­ry or use a false or forged iden­ti­fi­ca­tion card; or obtain an iden­ti­fi­ca­tion card by means of false information.

(D) No per­son shall pur­chase, accept deliv­ery, or have pos­ses­sion of alco­holic liquor in vio­la­tion of this Chapter.

(E) The con­sump­tion of alco­holic liquor by any per­son under the age of twen­­ty-one (21) years is forbidden.

(F) The pos­ses­sion and dis­pens­ing or con­sump­tion by a per­son under twen­­ty-one (21) years of age of alco­holic liquor in the per­for­mance of a reli­gious ser­vice or cer­e­mo­ny, or the con­sump­tion by a per­son under twen­­ty-one (21) years of age under the direct super­vi­sion and approval of the par­ent or par­ents or those per­sons stand­ing in loco par­en­tis of such per­son under twen­­ty-one (21) years of age in the pri­va­cy of a home is not pro­hib­it­ed by this Chap­ter.  (Ord. No. 2009–13; 08–17–09)