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Idaho Statutes Title 23. Alcoholic Beverages § 23-1405. Access restrictions

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(1) Those portions of a hospitality cabinet containing alcoholic beverages must remain locked at all times when a guest room is unrented, except for taking inventory or restocking and replenishing the hospitality cabinet.

(2) Access to a hospitality cabinet in a particular guest room shall be provided, whether by furnishing a key, magnetic card or similar device, only to a qualified registered guest of legal drinking age, if any, registered to stay in the guest room.

(3) Before providing a key, magnetic card or similar device required to obtain access to the hospitality cabinet in a particular guest room to the qualified registered guest, the licensee shall verify that such qualified registered guest is of legal drinking age.

(4) A key, magnetic card or similar device required to obtain access to the hospitality cabinet in a particular guest room shall only be given to the qualified registered guest if requested by that registered guest and if such guest is not visibly or obviously intoxicated.

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