§ 115.60  ENFORCEMENT OF REQUIREMENTS FOR SUPERMARKETS AS HOLDERS OF CLASS B LIQUOR LICENSES.
   (A)   The City Liquor Commissioner, or his or her delegate, shall have the right to examine the books and records of any supermarket holding a Class B liquor license to determine whether or not the Class B license holder fits the definition of a supermarket, and specifically to determine whether nor not the gross sale of alcoholic liquor by the Class B license holder exceeds the 20% of gross sales as set forth in the definition of supermarket in this chapter. The Class B license holder shall make its books and records available upon notice by the Liquor Commissioner, or his or her delegate, within five days after receiving written notice of the examination.
   (B)   If a Class B license holder exceeds the 20% requirement for gross sales of alcoholic liquor as set forth in this chapter, a notice of the violation shall be sent to the Class B license holder, and the Class B license holder shall have 30 days to comply with the 20% requirements in the definition of supermarket. If the Class B license holder has not complied with the 20% requirement and the definition within 30 days after receipt of notice of noncompliance of the requirement, the Class B license shall be revoked.
(1986 Code, § 11.14.261)  (Ord. 1265, passed - -1985)