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(A) Applications for a retail liquor license shall be made to the city, in writing, on a form to be furnished to the applicant by the city. The application may be made by an individual or by a duly authorized agent of any other person, including a corporation, partnership, joint venture, association or club. If made by a person other than an individual, the application must be verified by oath or affidavit.
(B) Every application shall contain the following information and statements:
(1) The name, age and address of the applicant in the case of an individual and, in the case of a partnership, of the persons entitled to share in the profits thereof and, in the case of a corporation, whether for profit or not for profit, the date of incorporation, the names and addresses of the officers and directors and, if a majority in interest of the stock of such corporation is owned by one individual or his or her nominee, or individuals who are related by blood or marriage or another corporation whose stock is so held, the name and address of each such individual(s);
(2) The citizenship of the applicant, his or her place of birth and, if a naturalized citizen, the time and place of naturalization, if an individual, or of the manager of the retail liquor business of the applicant if the applicant is not an individual;
(3) A statement whether or not the applicant has ever been convicted of a felony, if the applicant is an individual, or whether the manager of the retail liquor business of the applicant has ever been so convicted, if the applicant is not an individual;
(4) The location of the proposed place of business and the name of the person who beneficially owns the premises on which such proposed place of business is or will be located;
(5) If the applicant is not the beneficial owner of the premises, but has a lease of the premises, the remaining term of the lease held by the applicant; and
(6) Whether or not the applicant, if an individual, or the manager of the retail liquor business of the applicant, if the applicant is not an individual, has ever been convicted of a crime opposed to decency or morality, and whether or not he or she has ever had a liquor license revoked by the state, or any other political subdivision.
(1999 Code, § 116.12) (Ord. 1534, passed 3-30-1992)