Any municipality establishing a municipal liquor store shall submit to the commissioner the following items:
A printed copy of the ordinance or resolution authorizing the establishment of a municipal liquor store.
The results of any election ever held by the municipality in which the question of permitting or prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquor was voted. This shall not include the repeal election of September 12, 1933, or any county election. If no election was ever held in the municipality, a statement to that effect is required.
The clerk and/or recorder of any municipality having established a municipal liquor store shall in connection therewith and in addition to requirements of this part, submit to the commissioner in writing, a certificate of registration stating the date established, name of the manager, and whether on-sale, off-sale, or both.
Any change of location of a municipal liquor store shall be promptly reported to the commissioner in writing, accompanied by new liquor liability certification for the new location. In the event of the discontinuance of such a store, written inventory of the stock on hand must be submitted to the commissioner giving the brand names, the size and the number of containers, and the name of the purchaser or other disposition. The inventory shall be signed by the transferor and transferee. The clerk of the municipality shall submit the inventory and the retailer's identification card to the commissioner for cancellation.
17 SR 1279; 27 SR 1580
October 14, 2013