(A)   No person shall sell or permit the sale, use or consumption of any alcoholic liquors in the county in that territory subject to the control of the County Liquor Commissioner without first having obtained a license to sell liquors in each location, place or premises wherein it is proposed by a prospective licensee to sell liquors.
   (B)   Restaurants, dining rooms, cabarets, night clubs, dance halls and places in which entertainment is provided or food served and which are not part of a premises licensed hereunder, are prohibited from allowing patrons to bring upon the premises alcoholic beverages to be there served or consumed by the patrons.
   (C)   Where two or more locations, places or premises are under the same roof, or, are located at one street address, a separate license shall be obtained for each location, place or premises, unless all rooms in which it is intended to serve alcoholic liquors are directly connected or are adjacent to, and accessible to each other without leaving the building. Each licensee shall define with certainty the room or rooms in which liquor is to be sold.
   (D)   No person licensed to sell liquor under any license issued by the Liquor Commissioner shall be permitted to sell, give away or otherwise dispose of alcoholic liquor at any place other than the place specifically described in his or her license whether the place is in the same building or not, provided that nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to prevent any hotel operator or motel operator licensed under this chapter from serving alcoholic liquor to registered guests of the hotel or motel in any room or part of the hotel or motel. However, liquor so served shall be kept in and served from a licensed location, place or room in the hotel or motel. The foregoing provisions shall apply only to hotels and motels conducted and maintained as such.
(1980 Code, § 110.015)  (Res. 86-90, adopted 6-19-1986; Res. 95-38, adopted 2-16-1995; Ord. 05-500, adopted 11-17-2005)  Penalty, see § 110.999