§ 117.015 DEFINITIONS.
   (A)   For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      ALCOHOL. The product of distillation of fermented liquid, whether or not rectified or diluted with water, but does not mean ethyl or industrial alcohol, diluted or not, that has been denatured or otherwise rendered unfit for beverage purposes.
      ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR. Any spirituous, vinous, malt or fermented liquor, liquids and compounds, whether or not medicated, proprietary, patented and by whatever name called, containing 0.5% or more of alcohol by volume which are fit for use for beverage purposes as defined and classified by the Commission according to alcoholic content as belonging to one of the varieties defined in the state’s Liquor Control Code of 1998, as amended.
      CLASS C LICENSE. A place licensed to sell at retail beer, wine, mixed spirit drink and spirits for consumption on the premises.
      COMMISSION. The Liquor Control Commission provided for and created by state law.
      NUDITY. The exposure by view of persons, of any of the following body parts, either directly or indirectly, including, but not limited to, exposure, see-through clothing articles or body stockings:
         (a)   The whole or part of the pubic region;
         (b)   The whole or part of the anus;
         (c)   The whole or part of the buttocks;
         (d)   The whole or part of the genitals; and/or
         (e)   The breast area, including nipple, or more than one-half of the area of the breast.
         (a)   Violation of the Building, Zoning, Health, Fire Prevention and Maintenance Codes or ordinances of the city;
         (b)   A pattern of patron conduct in the surrounding neighborhood of the licensed establishment which is in violation of the law and/or disturbs the peace, order and tranquility of the neighborhood;
         (c)   Failure to maintain the grounds and exterior of the licensed establishment, including litter, debris or refuse blowing or being deposited on adjoining properties;
         (d)   Entertainment without a permit and/or entertainment which disturbs the peace, order and tranquility of the neighborhood;
         (e)   Any advertising, promotion or activity which, by its nature, causes, creates or contributes to disorder or to disobedience of rules, ordinances or laws, or which contributes to the disruption of normal activities of those in the neighborhood of the licensed establishment;
         (f)   Operation of the licensed premises while in violation of existing ordinances, codes and regulations; and
         (g)   Failure to adequately address problems resulting from the operation and management of the licenses premises including, but not limited to, inadequate parking, unruly patrons and excessive noise.
      PATRON. A person who is a guest, invitee or customer of the licensed premises.
   (B)   For the purposes of this subchapter, the words and phrases used in this subchapter have the meaning ascribed to them in the state’s Liquor Control Code of 1998, as amended, unless the context requires otherwise or unless modified by the terms of this section. Any definitions contained in the said code, which are not defined in this section, are adopted herein by reference.
(Prior Code, § 21-290) (Ord. 1309, passed 2-2-2009)