Application of ORS 167.830 limited
(1) ORS 167.830 (Employment of minors in place of public entertainment) does not apply if:
(a) Alcoholic beverages are not permitted to be dispensed or consumed in the place of public amusement or entertainment open to the individuals attending the public dance;
(b) Alcoholic beverages are not permitted to be dispensed or consumed in any place connected by an entrance to the place of public amusement or entertainment;
(c) Applicable laws, regulations and ordinances for the protection of children under the age of 18 years are observed in the conduct of the dance; and
(d) At least one responsible adult is present at all times during the public dance to see that applicable laws, regulations and ordinances for the protection of children under 18 years of age are observed.
(2) ORS 167.830 (Employment of minors in place of public entertainment) does not apply if the child has the written permission of the judge of the juvenile court, for the county in which the child resides, to conduct or assist in conducting the public dance. The judge of the juvenile court shall grant such permission only if:
(a) The parents or legal guardians of the child have consented to the child’s participation in such activity; and
(b) The judge has found that participation in such activity will not be inconsistent with the health, safety and morals of the child.
(3) This section is not intended to make lawful any activity that is prohibited within a political subdivision of this state by ordinance or other regulation of the political subdivision.
(4) The requirements of this section are in addition to, and not in lieu of, the requirements of ORS 653.315 (Working hours for children under 16 years of age). [1971 c.743 §293]
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