Acting as salesman without permit prohibited
Sec. 2. Acting As Salesman Without Permit Prohibited. It is unlawful for a person to act as a salesman, regardless of whether the sale is to be made by a seller within this state, to a buyer within or without this state, or by a seller outside this state for delivery to a buyer within this state, or whether the sale otherwise may be legal or illegal, unless that person has applied for and been issued a salesman's permit. It also is unlawful for a buyer in this state to give an order, bargain, contract or agreement to a salesman who does not have a salesman's permit. This section shall not apply to a permittee of any type, his agents, or employees working or acting on the licensed premises of the permittee.
(Formerly: Acts 1973, P.L.55, SEC.1.)
Acting without permit; defenses
Sec. 3. (a) It is unlawful for a person to act as a clerk in a package liquor store, or as a bartender, waiter, waitress, or manager for a retailer permittee unless that person has applied for and been issued the appropriate permit. This section does not apply to dining car or boat employees or to a person described in IC 7.1-3-18-9(d).
(b) It is a defense to a charge under this section if, within thirty (30) days after being cited by the commission, the person who was cited produces evidence that the appropriate permit was issued by the commission on the date of the citation.
(c) It is a defense to a charge under this section for a new applicant for a permit if, within thirty (30) days after being cited by the commission, the new applicant who was cited produces a receipt for a cashier's check or money order showing that an application for the appropriate permit was applied for on the date of the citation.
(Formerly: Acts 1973, P.L.55, SEC.1.) As amended by Acts 1978, P.L.51, SEC.5; P.L.77-1988, SEC.5; P.L.102-1989, SEC.7.