(1) Definitions. In this Section the following definitions shall apply:
(a) Telephone activated pager. Any pager or "beeper" that is used to receive telephone communications.
(b) Minor. Any person under the age of 18 years.
(c) Person. Any retail establishment, individual, firm, association, partnership or corporation engaged in the sale or transfer of telephone activated pagers.
(2) Prohibited Conduct.
(a) No person shall sell or otherwise transfer any telephone activated pager to a minor, unless said minor is accompanied by parent or legal guardian, who will purchase said pager at the time of purchase or transfer.
(b) No minor shall, at the time of purchase or transfer of a telephone activated pager, knowingly furnish fraudulent evidence of majority including, but not limited to, a motor vehicle operator's license, an identification card issued to a member of the Armed Forces, or any document issued by a federal, state, county or municipal government.
(3) Required Conduct.
(a) Any person who sells or transfers a telephone activated pager must require the purchaser to supply photo identification as proof of lawful age.
(b) Any person who sells or otherwise transfers a telephone activated pager must maintain a log of all purchases with the following information: name and address, of said purchaser and identification number of the telephone activated pager.
(a) The Department of Licenses and Inspections shall enforce the provisions of this Section.
(a) Any person who violates the provisions of § 9-621(2)(a), § 9-621(3)(a), § 9-621(3)(b), or any minor who violates the provisions of § 9-621(2)(b), shall be subject to a fine or penalty of not less than one hundred (100) dollars nor more than three hundred (300) dollars.
(b) In addition to the penalties outlined in § 9-105, the Department of Licenses and Inspections may revoke the commercial activity license of any person violating the provisions of this Section on three (3) occasions.