Section 4-13 Standards of conducting business on licensed premises.
Prior to the adoption of Ord. 21176 on 12/05/2011, Section 4-13 read as follows.
The standards set forth in this section shall be considered
in determining whether a license
under this chapter should be renewed, suspended or revoked. In conducting business on the
licensed premises, a licensee and the licensees agents and employees shall:
(1) Prevent or suppress any violent quarrel,
disorder, brawl, fight or other unlawful conduct
of any person on the premises. As used in this section, premises includes the licensed
and the parking lots and areas around the business which are owned, used or maintained as part
of the business.
(2) Immediately report to the police
any illegal or violent act committed on the premises
when the licensee or the licensees employee knew or should have known that the act occurred
on the premises.
(3) Cooperate fully with law enforcement
authorities during an investigation of an illegal or
violent act committed on the premises.
(4) Operate the business in such a manner
that it does not constitute a nuisance.
(5) Take appropriate and necessary steps
to supervise the outdoor area of the premises
including keeping the area free from litter and preventing the parking area from becoming a
gathering place for customers of the business.
(6) Comply with all provisions of this
chapter and this code.
with all state and federal law including all rules and regulations pertaining
to the sale and licensing of intoxicating liquor and nonintoxicating beer.
(8) Answer all summons and appear for all scheduled
hearings and trials in any court for
purported violations of this chapter or state and federal law, including all rules and regulations
pertaining to the sale and licensing of intoxicating liquor and nonintoxicating beer.
(9) Every licensee shall be responsible for the sale
of alcoholic beverages by its employees.
(Code 1964, § 4.120; Ord No. 18006, § 1, 3-1-04)
Editor's note - Ord. No. 18006, § 1, adopted Mar. 1, 2004, renumbered Sec. 4-13 to 4-19.
State law reference(s)--Similar provisions, RSMo. §§ 311.320, 312.405.