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A. Temporary 3.2 Percent Malt Liquor License: The city council may issue a temporary on-sale license for the sale of 3.2 percent malt liquor to a club, charitable, religious, or nonprofit organization. The temporary licenses shall be subject to such terms and conditions as the council shall subscribe. Except where specifically excluded, applicants for temporary licenses shall be subject to the provisions of this chapter.
B. Temporary Intoxicating Liquor License: The city council may issue to a club or charitable, religious or nonprofit organization in existence for at least three (3) years, a political committee registered under Minnesota statutes, section 10A.14, or a state university, a temporary license for the on- sale of intoxicating liquor in connection with a social event within the city sponsored by the licensee. The license may authorize the on-sale of intoxicating liquor for not more than four (4) consecutive days, and may authorize on-sales on premises other than premises the licensee owns or permanently occupies. The license may provide that the licensee may contract for intoxicating liquor catering services with the holder of a full year on-sale liquor license issued by a municipality. The licenses are subject to the terms, including the license fee, normally imposed by the city. The licenses issued under this section are subject to all laws and ordinances governing the sale of intoxicating liquor except Minnesota statutes, section 340A.409, dealing with liability insurance. Temporary licenses must first be approved by the commissioner of public safety before they become valid.
C. Temporary Brewer On-Sale License: The city council may issue to a brewer who meets the qualifications in Minnesota statutes 340A.404, subdivision 10, paragraph (c), a temporary license for the on-sale of intoxicating liquor in connection with a social event within the municipality sponsored by the brewer. The terms and conditions specified for temporary intoxicating liquor licenses under subsection B of this section shall apply to a license issued under this paragraph.
D. One Day Consumption And Display Permit: A one day permit for the consumption and display of intoxicating liquor may be issued to a nonprofit organization subject to conditions set forth in Minnesota statutes 340A.414, subdivision 9. The permit must be approved by the public safety commissioner and is valid only for the day indicated on the permit. The fee for the permit shall be set by council but may not exceed amount allowed in Minnesota statutes 340A.414, subdivision 9. (Ord. 2015-06, 7-7-2015)