Subd. 1.   Repealed.
(Ord. 292, Second Series, passed 5-17-93)
   Subd. 2.   No license shall be granted to a wholesaler or manufacturer of liquor or to anyone holding a financial interest in the manufacture or wholesaling.
   Subd. 3.   No license shall be effective until a permit shall be issued to a licensee under the laws of the United States if the permit be required under such laws or the state.
   Subd. 4.   Every license shall be granted subject to the provisions of this chapter and all other applicable provisions of the City Code and other laws relating to the operation of the licensed business.
   Subd. 5.   Repealed.
(Ord. 133, Second Series, passed 7-21-86)
   Subd. 6.   No person under the age of 18 years shall be employed upon premises or in any rooms constituting the same.
(Ord. 194, Second Series, passed 6-22-89)
   Subd. 7.   No licensee shall sell, offer for sale or keep for sale liquor in any original package which has been refilled or partly refilled.
   Subd. 8.   No licensee shall display liquor to the public during hours when the sale of liquor is prohibited.
   Subd. 9. No more than one off-sale license shall be held by any person. For the purpose of this subdivision, any person owning a beneficial interest of 5% or more of any licensed establishment shall be considered a licensee.
(Ord. 604, passed 11-4-13; Am. Ord. 696, passed 9-7-21)
   Subd. 10.   Off-sale licenses shall be granted only to exclusive liquor stores. Not more than ten such licenses shall be granted and in effect at any one time.
   Subd. 11.   On-sale licenses shall be granted only to hotels, restaurants, clubs, bowling centers and exclusive liquor stores.
   Subd. 12.   The Council may issue the number of on-sale licenses authorized by statute or restrict such number from time to time as it may, in its discretion, deem proper.
(Ord. 153, Second Series, passed 8-5-87)
   Subd. 13.   Subject to the limitation described in Subd. 15 below, and pursuant to the provisions of Laws of Minnesota 1979, Chapter 7, and more generally M.S. § 340A.4040, an on-sale licensee is authorized to provide and dispense by sale, or otherwise, liquor at an Arena when engaged to do so by a permittee hosting an event at the arena. This provision is limited to events that are conventions, banquets, conferences, meetings, and social affairs conducted on the premises of an Arena. When so engaged, a licensee may only dispense liquor to members or guests attending the event. The permittee and the licensee shall jointly provide sufficient security mechanisms and personnel to maintain order and provide adequate public safety to all participants and patrons of any such event. The city may, through its Chief of Police, set minimum security expectations as part of the permitting process.
(Ord. 714, passed 9-19-22)
   Subd. 14. No on-sale licensee shall sell or otherwise dispense liquor at an Arena unless the on- sale licensee shall have first filed with the City Recorder a public liability insurance policy, or certificate thereof, which provides for coverage of all activities and operations of the on-sale licensee at the Arena in the same amounts as the city’s then current public liability policy and which names the city as an additional insured. No such policy or certificate shall be deemed filed until first approved by the City Attorney as to compliance with this section.
(Ord. 714, passed 9-19-22)
   Subd. 15. Pursuant to M.S. § 340A.404, no liquor may be sold or otherwise dispensed to any person attending or participating in a youth amateur athletic event at the Arena, for persons 18 years of age or younger. Liquor may be sold or dispensed at the Arena only by a person employed by an on-sale licensee for such purpose and only at such location as is authorized by the Arena manager. All other laws and City Code provisions governing the time when liquor may be sold shall apply to such sales at the Arena, except that in each instance more restrictive time limitations may be prescribed by the Arena manager. No liquor shall be sold or otherwise dispensed at the Arena after 1:00 a.m. on Sunday.
(Ord. 714, passed 9-19-22)
   Subd. 16. In addition to all other fees, charges and rentals, an on-sale licensee who sells or otherwise dispenses liquor at an Arena shall pay the city 9% of all receipts received by the on-sale licensee for the sales for use of the Arena and incidental expenses. No more than seven days after an event at which the sales occur, the on-sale licensee shall give the city an accounting of the total amount of the sales and shall then pay the city the appropriate fee. An on-sale licensee shall furnish and use cash registers in the conduct of the business at the Arena or such other method of accounting for sales as the Council may prescribe.
(Ord. 714, passed 9-19-22)
   Subd. 17. The Mayor, City Administrator, Parks and Rec Director, or Chief of Police may direct that the sale or dispensation of liquor at an Arena be stopped at any time when the same is being done in violation of law or City Code provisions, or when it shall appear that the action is necessary to protect persons, property or the interests of the city.
(Ord. 48, Second Series, passed 8-6-82; Am. Ord. 714, passed 9-19-22)
   Subd. 18. Other than those on-sale licenses defined in Subds. 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 and 33 of § 5.01, no on-sale or off-sale liquor licenses shall be granted to a location within 350 feet of the premises on which is located any public or private high school.
(Ord. 555, passed 11-5-07; Am. Ord. 714, passed 9-19-22)
(`80 Code, § 5.32) Penalty, see § 1.99