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  311.620.  Qualification and requirements of agent, assistant, deputy, or inspector. — 1.  No person shall be appointed as agent, assistant, deputy or inspector under the provisions of the liquor control law who shall have been convicted of or against whom any indictment may be pending for any offense; nor shall any person be appointed as such agent, assistant, deputy or inspector who is not of good character or who is not a citizen of the United States, and who is not or has not been a resident taxpaying citizen of the state for a period of three years previous to his appointment; or who is not able to read and write the English language or who does not possess ordinary physical strength and who is not able to pass such physical and mental examination as the majority of a board, consisting of the governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, and the supervisor of liquor control may prescribe.

  2.  No agent, assistant, deputy or inspector so appointed shall hold any other commission or office, elective or appointive or accept any other employment compensation while he is an employee of the department of liquor control, except with the written permission of the supervisor of liquor control.  No agent, assistant, deputy or inspector of the department of liquor control shall accept any reward or gift other than his regular salary and expenses as provided in this chapter.  No agent, assistant, deputy or inspector of the department of liquor control shall perform any police duty connected with the conduct of any election, nor at any time or in any manner electioneer for or against any party ticket, or any candidate for nomination or office on any party ticket, nor for or against any proposition of any kind or nature to be voted upon at any election.

  3.  The agents, assistants, deputies and inspectors appointed under the provisions of section 311.610 shall before entering upon the discharge of their duties, each take and subscribe an oath to support the Constitution and laws of the United States and the State of Missouri and to faithfully demean themselves in office in the form prescribed by Section 11, Article VII of the Constitution of this State, and they shall each give bond to be approved by the supervisor of liquor control for faithful performance of the duties of their respective offices and to safely keep and account for all moneys and property received by them.  This bond shall be in the sum of five thousand dollars, and the cost of furnishing all such bonds shall be paid by the state.

  4.  Any agent, assistant, deputy or inspector of the department of liquor control who shall violate the provisions of this chapter shall be immediately discharged.

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(L. 1941 p. 409 § 4875a, A.L. 1945 p. 1040, A.L. 1995 S.B. 43)


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