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A local liquor license issued under this chapter shall permit the sale of alcoholic liquor only in the premises described in the application for the license.
A. The licensed premises shall include only the interior of a building, and shall not apply to the outside of a building unless expressly provided in the license, as authorized in this chapter.
B. A licensee planning to move or having moved to a location other than the location for which the license was issued may apply for a new license for the new premises:
1. Upon the same terms and conditions as the terminated license, provided that the new premises qualifies for the same license and the only change is a new location. The fee for application of a new license in such circumstance shall be fifty dollars ($50.00) and may be granted by the liquor commissioner upon satisfaction of proof that the only change is the location.
2. Upon the terms and conditions of the license for which the new location qualifies, if the change of location results in the need for a different license than the one that terminated. The fee for application of a new license in such circumstance shall be prorated for the remainder of the license year and may be granted by the liquor commissioner upon satisfaction of proof that license is appropriate in the new location.
C. A patron may not leave a licensed premises with partially consumed or open containers of alcoholic liquor with the following exceptions:
1. A patron may leave the premises with a partially consumed container of wine if it is securely sealed by the licensee prior to removal and placed in a transparent, onetime use, tamperproof bag, as required by state law; and
2. A patron may leave the licensed premises with a nonglass container of beer or wine when the area immediately adjacent to the licensed premises is included in the designated area for consumption of alcoholic liquor pursuant to an outdoor adjunct license, special use license, special event license or city property on which consumption is allowed in conjunction with a city sponsored special event. (Ord. 13-16, 4-1-2013)