City of Deer River Municipal Ordinances
license may be transferred to another person or place without the City Council's approval.
6.206 Persons Ineligible for License. No license shall be granted to any person made ineligible for such a license by State law. No more than one intoxicating liquor license shall be directly or indirectly issued within the City to any one person
6.207 Places Ineligible for License.
Subd. l. General prohibition. No license shall be issued for any place or any business ineligible for such a license under State law.
Subd. 2. Delinquent taxes and charges. No license shall be granted for operation on any premises on which taxes, assessments, or other financial claims of the City are delinquent and unpaid.
6.208 Conditions of License.
Subd. l. Licensee's responsibility. Every licensee is responsible for the conduct of his place of business and the conditions of sobriety and order in it. The act of any employee on the licensed premises authorized to sell intoxicating liquor there is deemed the act of the licensee as well, and the licensee shall be liable to all penalties provided by this Ordinance and the law equally with the employee.
Subd. 2. Inspections. Every licensee shall allow any peace officer, health officer or properly designed officer or employee of the City to enter, inspect, and inspect the premises of the licensee during business hours without a warrant.
Subd. 3. Federal stamps. No licensee shall possess a Federal wholesale liquor dealer's special tax stamp or a Federal gambling stamp.
Subd. 4. Combination License. Where both "on-sale" and "off-sale" licenses have issued to the same establishment, all persons making purchases at the off-sale shall immediately remove the alcohol purchased from the premises, and no person shall have in their possession such alcohol while patronizing the on-sale premises.
Any violation of Article 6.208 shall constitute a misdemeanor violation of this Ordinance.