§ 111.52  ON-SALE LICENSE FOR COMMUNITY ROOM.
   A license shall be required to sell or offer to sell intoxicating liquors, as classified by the state, at the St. Bonifacius Community Room.
   (A)   A licensee holding a catering permit issued by the state pursuant to M.S. § 340A.404, Subd. 12, as it may be amended from time to time, may make such sales provided, at least ten days before the event, such licensee provides evidence to the City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer of:
      (1)   Issuance of a validly executed on-sale liquor license which is in good standing issued by a municipality within the state;
      (2)   Issuance of a caterer’s permit for the current year by the state; and
      (3)   Evidence to the City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer at least ten days prior to the event that the licensee’s proof of financial responsibility or dram shop insurance covers sales by the licensee of on-sale intoxicating liquor at the St. Bonifacius Community Room.
   (B)   The holder of an on-sale intoxicating liquor license issued by the city may sell intoxicating liquor at the St. Bonifacius Community Room in conformance with M.S. § 340A.404, Sub. 4, as it may be amended from time to time; provided that, such licensee’s license is in good standing, and:
      (1)   The licensee or the applicant for the event at the St. Bonifacius Community Room provides the City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer with at least ten days’ written notice of the proposed sale by the licensee; and
      (2)   The licensee provides evidence to the City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer at least ten days prior to the event that the licensee’s proof of financial responsibility or dram shop insurance covers sales by the licensee of on-sale intoxicating liquor at the St. Bonifacius Community Room.
   (C)   Such licensee must be engaged to sell or offer to sell intoxicating liquor at an event held by a person or organization permitted to use the St. Bonifacius Community Room and may, under this division (C), dispense intoxicating liquor only to persons attending such event.
(Ord. 110C, passed 10-1-2014)  Penalty, see § 10.99