Subd. 1.   Applicant. A club or charitable, religious or non-profit organization, duly incorporated as a non-profit or religious corporation under the laws of the state and having its registered office and principal place of activity within the city, shall qualify for a temporary on-sale 3.2% malt liquor license, for serving 3.2% malt liquor on its own premises or on public property.
   Subd. 2.   Conditions.
      A.   An application for a temporary license shall state the exact dates and place of proposed temporary sale.
      B.   No applicant shall qualify for a temporary license for more than a total of 20 days in any calendar year.
(Ord. 144, Second Series, passed 3-24-87)
      C.   The Council may, but, at no time, shall it be under any obligation whatsoever to, grant a temporary 3.2% malt liquor license on premises owned or controlled by the city or other public body. Any such license may be conditioned, qualified or restricted as the Council sees fit. If the premises to be licensed are owned or under the control of the city, the applicant shall file with the city, prior to issuance of the license, a certificate of liability insurance coverage in at least the sum of $300,000 for injury to any one person and $1,000,000 for injury to more than one person, naming the city as an insured during the license period.
(`80 Code, § 5.22) (Am. Ord. 508, passed 6-7-04)