§ 13.21  GENERAL LICENSE RESTRICTIONS.
   All licenses issued pursuant to this chapter are subject to the following restrictions:
   (a)   An license must be posted in a visible place in the .
   (b)   No one under the age of 18 years shall or serve . No license holder shall employ anyone under the age of 18 years.
      (1)   An license holder may employ someone under the age of 18 years, provided that does not or serve and the employment of that does not violate any state or federal child labor law or regulation.
   (c)   No license holder shall for consumption, with the exception of a properly licensed , , or .
   (d)   No license holder shall for consumption. Except an license holder may provide samples of , , liqueurs, cordials and which the license holder currently has in stock and is offered for to the general public. The samples must be dispensed at no charge and consumed on the during the permitted hours of , in a quantity less than 100 milliliters of per variety per customer, 50 milliliters of per variety per customer, and 25 milliliters of liqueur or cordial, and 15 milliliters of per variety per customer.
   (e)   No license holder shall deliver any to a without getting a receipt signed by the receiving the . The receipt shall detail the time, date, and place of delivery. The receipt shall be kept by the license holder for a period of one year.
   (f)   No of shall be made in guest rooms of unless the has an license.
   (g)   A license holder may prohibit any from bringing into the any container of , or from consuming such a container on the without the license holder’s permission.
   (h)   An license holder shall not discriminate against its members in violation of M.S. §§ 363A.11 and 363A.17, as amended.
   (i)   A license holder shall be responsible for the conduct of the business being operated and shall maintain conditions of sobriety and order on the .
   (j)   As a condition of the license, the , the City Police Department, those authorized under § 1.06 of this code to issue citations for a violation of the city code, or any other designated by the City Council, shall have the right to conduct compliance checks and to enter, inspect, and search the without a search and seizure warrant during the hours of operation. The business records of the license holder, including income tax returns, shall be available for inspection during the hours of operation.
   (k)   Coin-operated amusement devices may not be made available in establishments holding an license under § 13.03. license holders are permitted to have coin- operated amusement devices.
   (l)   A holder of an license may not store any at any location other than the except with the written permission of the Commissioner of Public Safety pursuant to M.S. § 340A.412, subd. 12, as amended.
   (m)   A license holder shall post and maintain in a visible place in the : one sign 14-1/2 inches wide by 8 inches high, as designed by the Commissioners of Health and Public Safety, which incorporates the following information:
      (1)   The penalties of driving while under the influence of alcohol;
      (2)   Penalties for serving to a who is obviously intoxicated or under 21 years of age; and
      (3)   A warning statement regarding drinking alcohol while pregnant.
   (n)   If the grants an license holder to temporarily amend the license premises for a special event, the temporarily must:
      (1)   Be in a compact and area and immediately adjacent to the ;
      (2)   The special event may not last more than three days and the licensed holder may not have more than three special events in a calendar year. special event license issued to a that contracts with the licensed holder counts as part of this total.
   (o)   A license holder must comply with the Minnesota Clean Air Act, M.S. §§ 144.411 through 144.417, as amended.
(Ord. 2020-2, passed 2-24-2020; Ord. 2020-21, passed 6-1-2020)