Subd. 1.   Unless expressly stated therein, a license issued under the provisions of this chapter shall be valid only in the compact and contiguous building or structure situated on the premises described in the license, and all transactions relating to a sale under the license must take place within the space or structure.
(`80 Code, § 5.07)
   Subd. 2.   Licenses issued that allow transactions relating to such sales outside the building or structures on the premises shall be subject to those conditions imposed by the City Council.
   Subd. 3.   The Council may authorize a holder of an on-sale liquor license or an on-sale beer license to dispense intoxicating liquor or beer on the licensed premises outside the building or structure located thereon or otherwise off premises, as part of a community festival or event held within the City. Any such authorization shall specify the area in which the intoxicating liquor or beer must be dispensed and consumed, and the Council may impose such additional conditions as it deems necessary for the protection of the public welfare. If any such authorization is granted by the Council, then the penalty described in § 5.99, Subd. 2.B.5. shall only apply to failures to comply with the conditions set by the Council in granting the authorization. Any such authorization shall not be issued unless the licensee demonstrates that it has liability insurance as prescribed by § 350A.409 to cover the event. At the time the licensee makes the application for such authorization, the licensee shall pay to the city the sum of $50 per event, which fee shall be considered an application and investigation fee to cover the costs of the city in processing the application for authorization and the investigation thereof.
(Am. Ord. 511, Second Series, passed 7-19-04; Am. Ord. 671, passed 7-17-19)