(A) It shall be unlaw­ful for any per­son under the age of eigh­teen (18) years to enter upon premis­es where alco­holic liquors, spir­its, beer or wine are sold by the hold­er of a Class “A” license, unless accom­pa­nied by a par­ent or legal guardian.

(B) No license hold­ing a Class “A” license shall per­mit any per­son under the age of eigh­teen (18) years not accom­pa­nied by a par­ent or legal guardian to enter the licensed premis­es.  For the pur­pose of pre­vent­ing the vio­la­tion of this Sec­tion, any hold­er of a liquor license or their agent or employ­ee may refuse to per­mit entry onto the licensed premis­es of any per­son under the age of eigh­teen (18) years who is unable to pro­duce ade­quate writ­ten evi­dence of the fact that the per­son accom­pa­ny­ing such per­son under the age of eigh­teen (18) years is that person’s par­ent or guardian. (Amend­ed in Ordi­nance No. 2009–13)