(A)   Temporary liquor license authorized.  The Local Liquor Commissioner is authorized to issue a temporary liquor license to any nonprofit religious, charitable, fraternal, educational or veterans’ organization operating within the village, hereinafter termed for purposes of this subchapter, “nonprofit organization.”
   (B)   Application. Any nonprofit organization desiring a temporary license shall make application therefor in writing to the Liquor Commissioner through the Village Clerk and accompany their application with the required license fee.  The application shall be verified and be upon a form prepared by the Village Clerk and shall contain that information as far as is applicable as is required by ordinance for liquor licenses.  All applications for temporary liquor licenses shall be made ten days prior to the date of the event.  The application, in addition to the above required information, shall indicate the nonprofit organization which is applying for the license.
   (C)   Conditions and terms.
      (1)   All such temporary licenses shall be valid for a period of up to a maximum of 38 hours per year for a single event as specified in the license and at the place specified in the application.  Temporary licenses authorizing a second event shall be valid for a period of up to a maximum of 11 hours per year for the additional event.  It shall be unlawful for any nonprofit organization to sell the liquor beverages at any time other than up to the maximum hour period authorized or at a place other than as specified in the license application approved by the Liquor Commissioner.
      (2)   Applicants shall provide evidence of proper dramshop insurance issued by a company with a B+ rating or better, in a class of seven or better.  The insurance policy shall be nonassessable and include the following minimum limits of coverage: bodily injury per person, $100,000; bodily injury per occurrence, $300,000; injury to means of support, $100,000; and property damage, $100,000.
      (3)   The fee for each temporary liquor license shall be $200; it may be waived by the Board.
      (4)   No more than two temporary liquor licenses shall be issued to any nonprofit organization during any calendar year.
      (5)   All provisions of the ordinances relating to dealers in alcoholic liquor not inconsistent with the stated terms of this section shall apply to temporary liquor licenses.  No license shall be issued unless all of the criteria for a license established by this section have been met.  In addition thereto, no temporary license shall be issued unless adequate trash receptacles are provided and sanitation provisions are made.  The applicant is responsible for control of litter and other material during and after the event and in addition, the applicant is responsible for demonstrating that adequate parking is available.
(1983 Code, § 3-2A-5.5)  (Ord. 88-6, passed - -; Ord. 06-05, passed 5-15-2005)  Penalty, see § 112.99