Subd. 1.   Repealed.
(Ord. 292, Second Series, passed 5-17-93)
   Subd. 2.   No license shall be granted to a wholesaler or manufacturer of wine 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 section 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   Repealed.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 display wine to the public on days or during hours when the sale of wine is prohibited.
   Subd. 8. On-sale wine licenses shall be granted to restaurants, as defined in this chapter. For purposes of this section, however, the restaurant shall have appropriate facilities for seating not less than 25 guests at one time.
(Ord. 16, Second Series, passed 8-26-81; Am. Ord. 713, passed 9-19-22; Am. Ord. 719, passed 3-20-23)
   Subd. 9. The holder of an on-sale wine license issued pursuant to this chapter who is also licensed to sell 3.2% malt liquor at on-sale pursuant to M.S. § 340A.411, as it may be amended from time to time, and whose gross receipts are at least 60% attributable to the sale of food is authorized to sell intoxicating malt liquor at on-sale without receiving an additional license and without paying an additional fee.
(Ord. 160, Second Series, passed 9-23-87)
   Subd. 10. On-sale wine licenses may be granted to the owner of a summer collegiate baseball team or baseball team competing in a league established by the Minnesota Baseball Association, or to a person holding a concessions or management contract with the owner, for beverage sales at a ballpark or stadium located within the municipality for the purposes of summer collegiate league baseball games, town ball games, and any other events at the ballpark or stadium. A license issued under this paragraph authorizes sales on all days of the week to persons attending baseball games and any other events at the ballpark or stadium. This license may be issued in conjunction with an on-sale malt liquor license.
(Ord. 713, passed 9-19-22)
(`80 Code, § 5.62) Penalty, see § 1.99