(A)   It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to own an establishment that sells at retail any alcoholic beverages unless said person is a resident of the county in which the premises is located; a person of good character and reputation; a citizen of the United States; a person who has never been convicted of a felony or any Class I misdemeanor pursuant to Neb. RS Ch. 28, Art. 3, 4, 7, 8, 11 or 12 or any similar offense under a prior criminal statute or in another state; a person who has never had a liquor license revoked for cause; a person whose premises for which a license is sought meets standards for fire safety as established by the state’s Fire Marshal; or a person who has not acquired a beneficial interest in more than two alcoholic beverage retail establishments since 3-4-1963; provided, the beneficial interest requirement in this section shall not apply to the person applying for an additional license for use in connection with the operation of a hotel containing at least 25 sleeping rooms or when the request is limited to on premises sale of beer only in a restaurant.
(Prior Code, § 10-113)
   (B)   The owner of any premises used for the sale at retail of alcoholic beverages shall be deemed guilty of a violation of these laws to the same extent as the said licensee if the owner shall knowingly permit the licensee to use the said licensed premises in violation of any municipal code section or state statute.
(Prior Code, § 10-114)
   (C)   The employer of any officer, director, manager or employees working in a retail liquor establishment shall be held to be liable and guilty of any act of omission or violation of any law or ordinance and each such act or omission shall be deemed and held to be the act of the employer and will be punishable in the same manner as if the said act or omission has been committed by him or her personally.
(Prior Code, § 10-115)
Penalty, see § 10.99
Statutory reference:
   Related provisions, see Neb. RS 53-125, 53-1,101, 53-1,102