A.   Prorated License Fees: Licenses may be granted which shall expire on June 30 next following, upon payment of such proportion of the annual license fee as the number of months or fraction of the month remaining bears to twelve (12). Licenses may also be issued at any time for a period of six (6) months in any calendar year for which one-half (1/2) of the annual license fee shall be paid. Such six (6) month license shall not be renewable during the calendar year in which issued. (1968 Code § 10.01)
   B.   Class B Intoxicating Liquor Licenses: Class B intoxicating liquor licenses can be issued for a fractional part of each year, with the amount charged being one-twelfth (1/12) of the fee for each month.
   C.   Class B Beer Licenses: Class B beer licenses can be issued for a fractional part of the year, but must be charged for at the rate of three-fourths (3/4) of the full year's fee, regardless of how many months.
   D.   Class A Beer Licenses: Class A beer license fees cannot be prorated. The six (6) month restriction shall be applicable. (1981 Code)
   E.   Provisional Alcohol Beverage License: Provisional license may only be issued to someone who has applied for a permanent retail alcohol beverage license and is waiting for approval. Fee may not exceed fifteen dollars ($15.00). License expires after sixty (60) days or when the permanent license is issued, whichever comes first. Provisional license may be revoked if false statements are found on the application for the permanent license. Said license may not be issued in excess of village's normal alcohol beverage (class B liquor) quota. No person may hold more than one provisional license. (Ord., 10-2-1995)