§ 9-2001.  Legislative Findings.
   The Council finds that:
   (1)   Establishments that sell malt or brewed beverages without providing adequate seating or space for the public, or without providing food to be consumed on the premises, or without allowing the consumption of such beverages on the premises, have a strong tendency to attract crime and other nuisances and have a strong tendency to promote public drinking, public urination, and/or other public nuisances.
   (2)   It would be in the best interests of the health and welfare of the citizens of this City to require establishments that sell malt or brewed beverages for consumption off the premises to comply with certain minimum seating, space and other requirements, and for the City to have the power to enforce such requirements.