§ 111.19  KINDS OF LIQUOR LICENSES.
   (A)   The 3.2% malt liquor on-sale licenses, which may be issued only to restaurants, hotels, clubs, bowling centers and establishments used exclusively for the sale of 3.2% malt liquor with the incidental sale of tobacco and soft drinks;
   (B)   The 3.2% malt liquor off-sale license;
   (C)   Temporary 3.2% malt liquor licenses which may be issued only to a club, charitable, religious or nonprofit organization;
   (D)   Off-sale intoxicating liquor licenses, which may be issued only to exclusive liquor stores or drug stores that have an off-sale license which was first issued on or before May 1, 1994;
   (E)   General on-sale intoxicating liquor licenses, which may be issued to the following establishments as defined by M.S. § 340A.101, as it may be amended from time to time, and this chapter: hotels, restaurants, bowling centers, clubs or congressionally chartered veterans organizations, and exclusive liquor stores.
      (1)   Club licenses may be issued only with the approval of the Commissioner of Public Safety.
      (2)   The Council may, in its sound discretion, authorize a retail on-sale licensee to dispense intoxicating liquor off the licensed premises at a community festival held within the city under the provisions of M.S. § 340A.404, as it may be amended from time to time.
      (3)   The Council may, in its sound discretion, authorize a retail on-sale licensee to dispense intoxicating liquor off the licensed premises at any convention, banquet, conference, meeting or social affair conducted on the premises of a sports, convention or cultural facility owned by the city, under the provisions of M.S. § 340A.404, Subd. 4a, as it may be amended from time to time; however, the licensee is prohibited from dispensing intoxicating liquor to any person attending or participating in an amateur athletic event being held on the premises.
   (F)   Sunday on-sale intoxicating liquor licenses, only after authorization to do so by voter approval at a general or special election as provided by M.S. § 340A.504, Subd. 3, as it may be amended from time to time. Sunday on-sale intoxicating liquor licenses may be issued only to a restaurant, as defined in § 111.03, club, bowling center or hotel which has a seating capacity of at least 30 persons, which holds an on-sale intoxicating liquor license, and which serves liquor only in conjunction with the service of food;
   (G)   Combination on-sale/off-sale intoxicating liquor licenses if the city has a population less than 10,000;
   (H)   Temporary on-sale intoxicating liquor licenses, with the approval of the Commissioner of Public Safety, which may be issued only in connection with a social event sponsored by a club, charitable, religious or other nonprofit corporation that has existed for at least three years. No license shall be for longer than four consecutive days, and the city shall issue no more than 12 days worth of temporary licenses to any one organization in one calendar year;
   (I)   On-sale wine licenses, with the approval of the Commissioner of Public Safety to: restaurants that have facilities for seating at least 25 guests at one time and meet the criteria of M.S. § 340A.404, subdivision 5, as it may be amended from time to time, and which meet the definition of restaurant in § 111.03; and to licensed bed and breakfast facilities which meet the criteria in M.S. § 340A.401, Subd. 1, as it may be amended from time to time. The holder of an on-sale wine license who also holds an on sale 3.2% malt liquor license is authorized to sell malt liquor with a content over 3.2% (strong beer) without an additional license; and
   (J)   One day consumption and display permits with the approval of the Commissioner of Public Safety to a nonprofit organization in conjunction with a social activity in the city sponsored by the organization.
(Ord. 90, passed 7-8-2002)  Penalty, see § 111.99