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Notwithstanding provisions of RCW 66.44.310, employees of businesses holding beer and/or wine restaurant; beer and/or wine private club; snack bar; spirits, beer, and wine restaurant; spirits, beer, and wine private club; catering; and sports entertainment facility licenses who are between eighteen and twenty-one years of age may take orders for, serve, and sell liquor in any part of the licensed premises except cocktail lounges, bars, or other areas classified by the Washington state liquor and cannabis board as off-limits to persons under twenty-one years of age: PROVIDED, That such employees may enter such restricted areas to perform work assignments including picking up liquor for service in other parts of the licensed premises, performing clean up work, setting up and arranging tables, delivering supplies, delivering messages, serving food, and seating patrons: PROVIDED FURTHER, That such employees remain in the areas off-limits to minors no longer than is necessary to carry out their aforementioned duties: PROVIDED FURTHER, That such employees are not be permitted [are not permitted] to perform activities or functions of a bartender.
A rating organization or any insurer making its own rates may, with the approval of the commissioner, from time to time, alter, supplement, or amend its rating plans, or any part thereof, by filing with the department copies of such alterations, supplements or amendments, together with a statement of the reason, or reasons, for such alteration, supplement, or amendment. If such alteration, supplement, or amendment shall have the effect of increasing or decreasing rates, the commissioner shall determine whether the rates as altered thereby are reasonable, adequate, and not unfairly discriminatory. If the commissioner shall determine that the rates as so altered are not unreasonably high, or inadequate or unfairly discriminatory, he shall make an order approving them. If he shall find that the rates as altered are unreasonable, inadequate or unfairly discriminatory, he shall issue an order disapproving such alteration, supplement or amendment. Notwithstanding the foregoing, but subject to the provisions of Section 27-13-68, to the extent not inconsistent with this section, when a filing of adjustments of rates for existing classifications of risks does not involve a change in the relationship between such rates and the expense portion thereof, or does not involve a change of the element of expenses which are paid as a percentage of premiums or does not involve a change in rate relativities among such classifications on any basis other than loss experience, such filing shall become effective upon the date, or dates, specified in the filing and shall be deemed to meet the requirements of this article. The foregoing provisions shall not apply to workmen's compensation and employers' liability insurance.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Washington Revised Code Title 66. Alcoholic Beverage Control § 66.44.350. Employees eighteen years and over allowed to serve and carry liquor, clean up, etc., for certain licensed employers - last updated April 06, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wa/title-66-alcoholic-beverage-control/wa-rev-code-66-44-350/
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