Police notice to commission or social host when certain persons involved in motor vehicle accidents
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(1) The police shall notify the Oregon Liquor Control Commission of the name of the alleged provider of alcoholic liquor when:
(a) The police investigate any motor vehicle accident where someone other than the operator is injured or incurs property damage;
(b) The operator appears to have consumed alcoholic liquor;
(c) A citation is issued against the operator that is related to the consumption of alcoholic liquor or could have been issued if the operator had survived; and
(d) The provider of the alcoholic liquor is alleged to be a licensee or permittee of the commission.
(2) The notice shall include the name and address of the operator involved and the name and address of the person who named the alleged provider, if the person is other than the operator.
(3) Upon receipt of the notice described in subsection (1) of this section, the commission shall cause the licensee or permittee named as the alleged provider to be notified of receipt of the notice and of its content. A copy of the notice shall be retained in the files of the commission and shall be open to inspection by the person injured or damaged by the motor vehicle operator or a representative of the person.
(4) The police shall notify the alleged social host when the circumstances described in subsection (1) of this section occur and the alleged social host is named as the provider of the alcoholic liquor. The notice shall include the information described in subsection (2) of this section. [1987 c.774 §15]
ORGANIZATION, POWERS AND DUTIES OF LIQUOR COMMISSION
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