CHAPTER 5: ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
CHAPTER 5:  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES LICENSING AND REGULATION
Section
General Provisions
   5.01   Definitions
   5.02   Applications and licenses under this chapter - procedure and administration
   5.03   Renewal license applications
   5.04   Delinquent taxes and charges
   5.05   Conditional licenses
   5.06   Limitation on ownership
   5.07   Premises licensed
   5.08   Unlawful acts
   5.09   Conduct on licensed premises
   5.10   Sale by employee
   5.11   License condition and unlawful act
   5.12   License fees and refunds
   5.13   Financial responsibility of licensees
   5.14   Insurance certificate requirements
   5.15   Minors, as defined in § 5.01 - unlawful acts
   5.16   Gambling prohibited
   5.17   Consumption and possession of alcoholic beverages on city parks, city streets, public property and private parking lots to which the public has access
   5.18   Alcoholic beverages in certain buildings and grounds
   5.19   Alcoholic beverages - certain unlawful acts
   5.20   Worker's compensation
   5.21   Liqueur-filled candy
3.2% Malt Liquor
   5.30   3.2% malt liquor license required
   5.31   Temporary 3.2% malt liquor license
   5.32   Hours and days of 3.2% malt liquor sales
Sales
   5.50   Liquor license required
   5.51   Sports, convention or cultural facilities license
   5.52   Temporary liquor license
   5.53   Sunday liquor license
   5.54   Hours and days of liquor sales
On-Sale Wine
   5.70   On-sale wine license required
   5.71   Hours and days of sales by on-sale wine licensees
   5.72   Liquor and on-sale wine license restrictions, regulations and unlawful acts
Conditions and Restrictions
   5.80   Club license restrictions and regulations and unlawful acts
   5.81   Municipal Dispensary
   5.82   Off-sale liquor licenses
   5.83   Consumption and display
   5.84   Consumption and display - one-day license
   5.85   Brewer licenses
   5.86   Nudity or obscenity prohibited
   5.87   Adoption of state law by reference
   5.88   City may be more restrictive than state law
 
   5.99   Violation a misdemeanor
Editor's note:
   The effective date of this chapter is 2-1-1996.