It is unlawful for any person to sell any beer, ale, port or wine within the city limits between twelve midnight Saturday and sunrise Monday morning.
(Prior code § 7-2-11)
Any place of business violating Section 7.08.080 shall have all beer, ale, port and wine found upon those premises declared contraband and seized as contraband liquor; provided, that the person owning or claiming such beer, ale, port or wine may retain possession by delivering a cash bond in an amount equal to the cost price charged for a like quantity by a licensed wholesaler. The officer who receives the bond shall deliver a written receipt to the person posting the bond. The cash bond shall be deposited in the treasury of the city.
(Prior code § 7-2-12)
It is unlawful for any licensee, or holder of a license, to sell beer, ale, port, or wine at wholesale or retail, to sell or offer to sell such beverages after such license shall have been revoked or cancelled or during the period of a suspension of such license.
(Prior code § 7-2-13)
It is unlawful for any person not licensed to sell beer, ale, port and wine to permit the drinking of such beverages on the premises of any place of business under his control which is open to the public.
It is unlawful for any person to drink beer, ale, port, or wine in or around any place of business open to the public which is not licensed to sell such beverages.
(Prior code § 7-2-14)
It is unlawful for any person to sell or permit to be sold any beer, ale, port, wine, malt or other beverage authorized to be sold under state statutes regulating the same, on which the tax levied is not paid.
(Prior code § 7-2-15)
It is unlawful for any person to sell beer, ale, port, wine or other malt or fermented beverage to a minor under the age of twenty-one years.
(Prior code § 7-2-16)
It is unlawful for any minor under the age of twenty-one years to purchase, or knowingly have in his possession any beer, ale, port, wine, or any other similar malt or fermented beverage. Any such possession shall be prima facie evidence that it was knowingly possessed. This section shall not apply to any employee lawfully engaged in the sale or delivery of any such beverage in an unopened container.
(Prior code § 7-2-17)
It is unlawful for any owner, operator, or agent thereof to allow any person under the age of sixteen years to loiter or frequent any establishment selling beer, ale, port, or other similar malt or fermented beverage for on premise consumption, after the hour of ten p.m.
(Prior code § 7-2-18)
It is unlawful for any person to purchase beer, ale, port, or wine while on licensed premises and to give such beverage to a person to whom beer, ale, port, or wine cannot lawfully be sold, for consumption on such premises.
(Prior code § 7-2-19)
No holder of a permit authorizing the sale of beer or wine or any servant, agent or employee of the permittee shall knowingly do any of the following acts upon the licensed premises covered by such holder's permit:
Sell beer, ale, port, or wine to a person under twenty-one years of age;
Sell beer, ale, port, or wine to any person while such person is in an intoxicated condition;
Permit gambling or games of chance;
Permit any lewd, immoral or improper entertainment, conduct or practices;
Permit any act, the commission of which tends to create a public nuisance or which constitutes a crime under the ordinances of the city or the laws of the state; or
Sell, offer for sale or possess any beverage or alcoholic liquor, the sale or possession of which is prohibited on the licensed premises under the laws of the state.
A violation of any of the foregoing provisions shall be a ground for the revocation or suspension of such holder's permit by the state.
(Prior code § 7-2-20)
All authorized event sponsors shall provide and post signs prohibiting underage drinking and that alcoholic beverages are prohibited from leaving the confines of the designated event area. No alcoholic beverages will be permitted on any sidewalks along any public streets adjacent to Trailblazer Park.
All authorized event sponsors shall discontinue serving alcoholic beverages to any guests, attendees or participants who are materially or appreciably impaired by the consumption of alcoholic beverages.
All alcoholic beverage sales must end thirty minutes before the permittee's state license to sell alcoholic beverages expires or thirty minutes before the conclusion of the event, whichever comes first.
All guests, attendees or participants purchasing or consuming alcoholic beverages must present a valid government-issued photo ID to the event sponsor establishing that they are of legal drinking age for alcoholic beverages and obtain and wear an easily identifiable and tamper resistant wrist or arm band issued by the event sponsor at all times of purchase or possession of alcoholic beverages during the event.
"Bring your own beverage" or "brown bagging" shall not be permitted at any events.
Alcoholic beverages shall not be served without the sale of food for consumption during the event.
(Ord. No. O-03-14, § 6, 4-17-2014)