SECOND COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR ORDINANCE NO.
Amending Chapter 10 of the Code of Ordinances, entitled
Alcoholic Beverages, by repealing therein Sections 10-1 and 10-362 and enacting
in lieu thereof new sections of like number and subject matter, and
establishing an effective date.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KANSAS CITY:
Section A. That Chapter 10 of the Code of
Ordinances, entitled Alcoholic Beverages, is hereby amended by repealing
therein Sections 10-1 and 10-362 and enacting in lieu thereof new sections of
like number and subject matter, which sections read as follows:
Sec. 10-1. Definitions.
Adjacent property means property immediately
adjoining except that any intervening street, alley, highway or other public
thoroughfare shall be disregarded.
Alcoholic beverages means intoxicating liquor, malt
liquor or nonintoxicating beer.
Church means any building or structure regularly
and primarily used as a place of worship by any organized religious society,
organization or congregation, regardless of whether or not such building or
structure was originally designed and constructed for such purpose.
Closed place means a place where all doors are
locked and where no customers are in the place or about the premises.
Coin-operated amusement device means pinball
machines, marble machines, music-vending machines, pool tables or machines,
coin-operated shuffleboards and any other device operated by the insertion of a
coin, disc or other insertion piece, whether or not also manipulated by the
operator, and which operate for the amusement of the operator, whether or not
by registering a score. It shall not include "slot machines,"
"claw machines," or other machines prohibited by state law. It shall
not include machines or devices used bona fide and solely for the vending of
service, food, confections or merchandise.
C.O.L. licenses means a license for the consumption
of alcoholic beverages in or upon premises which do not possess a license for
the sale of alcoholic beverages and where food, beverages or entertainment are
sold or provided for compensation as provided in RSMo 311.480.
Customer means any person not an employee who enters
or remains upon a licensed premises with actual or implied permission of the
licensee and/or purchases or otherwise partakes of any merchandise, goods,
entertainment or other services offered upon such premises.
Dwelling means any place that is used regularly or
irregularly as a place of repose, sleep, rest or any place containing a bed,
cot, divan, couch or any other article of furniture on which an adult person
may recline. However, this shall not include any premises used as a hotel,
motel, or hotel room.
Employee means and includes an agent or servant, and
shall be construed to mean every person working for or performing services on
behalf of the licensee during actual or scheduled work hours.
Fronts means as applied to the location of any alcoholic
beverage establishment, shall refer to that street upon which the principal
entrance of such alcoholic beverage establishment is located.
High density office building means an office
building used exclusively for the administrative functions of business firms,
professional groups or societies, or any combination of such organizations,
under single ownership, and with a density of occupancy not exceeding one
person for each 90 square feet of lot area, with the off-street parking
required for office buildings in section 65.280, plus an additional 100 percent
of that requirement, and which shall be not less than four stories high and
shall have an occupancy of not less than 400 persons.
Intoxicating liquor or liquor means alcohol for beverage
purposes, alcoholic, spirituous, vinous, fermented, malt or other liquors or
combination of liquors, a part of which is spirituous, vinous or fermented, and
all preparation or mixtures for beverage purposes containing in excess of 3.2
percent of alcohol by weight.
State law reference(s)--Similar provisions, RSMo
Licensee means the holder of all licenses issued
under the provisions of this chapter.
Malt liquor means any beer manufactured from pure
hops or pure extract of hops, and pure barley malt or other wholesome grains or
cereals and wholesome yeast and pure water, and free from all harmful
substances, preservatives and adulterants, and having no alcoholic content in
excess of 3.2 percent by weight, and not in excess of five percent by weight.
Managing officer means the person who is in actual
management and control, who may be designated by the corporation as the
managing officer and who would be eligible as an individual to receive a
license for the sale of alcoholic beverages, and who is a qualified voter of
the State of Missouri.
Nonintoxicating beer means any beer manufactured
from pure hops or pure extract of hops, and pure barley malt or other wholesome
grains or cereals, and wholesome yeast and pure water, and free from all
harmful substances, preservatives and adulterants, and having an alcoholic
content of more than 0.5 percent by volume, and not exceeding 3.2 percent of
alcohol by weight.
Original package means any package containing three
(3) or more standard bottles or cans of malt liquor or nonintoxicating beer, a
package containing fifty (50) milliliters (1.7 ounces) or more of spirituous
liquor and a package containing one hundred (100) milliliters (2.4 ounces) or
more of vinous liquor in the manufacture's original container. A standard
bottle or can is any bottle or can containing twelve (12) ounces or less of
malt liquor or nonintoxicating beer.
Permittee means the holder of an employee's permit,
issued under the provisions of this chapter.
Person means an individual, partnership, club or
association, firm or corporation, unless the context requires a contrary
Premises means the bounds of the enclosure where
alcoholic beverages are sold or consumed.
School means any building which is regularly used
as a public, private or parochial school, elementary school, high school,
college, university, professional school, business or secretarial school.
Substantial quantities of food means the amount of
prepared meals and food wherefrom at least 50 percent of the gross income of an
establishment has been derived during the three most recent calendar months
Restaurant-bar means any establishment having a
restaurant or similar facility on the premises which derives at least 50
percent of its annual gross income from the sale of prepared meals or food
consumed on such premises, or which has an annual gross income of at least two
hundred thousand dollars from the sale of prepared meals or food consumed on
Sec. 10-362. All retail licensees.
(a) Sales to minors or intoxicated persons. No
retail licensee, nor employee of such licensee, shall allow any alcoholic
beverages to be sold, given or otherwise supplied upon the licensed premises to
any person who is under the age of 21 years, or to a habitual drunkard, or to
any person who is intoxicated or who is actually or apparently under the
influence of alcoholic beverage.
(b) Consumption by minors. No retail licensee, nor
employee of such licensee, shall allow any person under the age of 21 years of
age to consume alcoholic beverages upon the licensed premises.
(c) Sale for off premise consumption. No retail licensee,
nor employee of such licensee shall sell for off-premise consumption any glass
bottle containing more than thirty (30) ounces of malt liquor or
nonintoxicating beer that is chilled or refrigerated to a temperature that is
below room temperature of the licensed premises.
(d) Serving or delivering in vehicles. No retail
licensee, nor employee of such licensee, shall sell or serve any alcoholic
beverage to any person while such person is operating or is a passenger in or
on any motor vehicle.
(e) Prostitution. No retail licensee, nor employee
of such licensee, shall allow upon the licensed premises any act of
prostitution as defined in the prostitution chapter of the Missouri Criminal
Code, including the solicitation for any such act.
(f) Unauthorized sale of property. No retail
licensee, nor employee of such licensee, shall allow any person to offer for
sale or sell any personal property upon the licensed premises unless the sale
of such property has been authorized by the licenseer or the manager or person
in charge of such licensed premises.
(g) Disorderliness, indecency or obscenity. Upon the
licensed premises, no retail licensee, nor employee of such licensee, shall:
(1) Fail to immediately prevent or suppress any
violent quarrel or disorder, brawl, fight or any other act or conduct
prohibited or declared to be unlawful by this chapter.
(2) Allow language, conduct or songs calculated to
provoke a breach of the peace, or obscene literature, entertainment
or advertising material.
(3) Allow any employee, entertainer or customer to
perform a dance of any kind upon a bar, table or any other place used
for serving food or beverages.
(4) Allow any person to be unclothed, or in such
less-than-opaque attire, costume or clothing, so as to expose to view
human genitals, pubic region or pubic hair, or
buttocks, female breast or breasts below a
point immediately above the top of the
areola, or any combination of the foregoing, or
human male genitals in a discernibly
erect state, even if completely and opaquely
covered, except as otherwise provided
by this chapter.
(5) Allow the performance of any acts of sexual
conduct, including actual or simulated, normal or perverted acts of
human masturbation; deviate sexual intercourse; sexual
intercourse; or physical contact in an act of
apparent sexual stimulation or
gratification, with a person's clothed or
unclothed genitals, pubic area, buttocks, or
the breast of the female; or any
sadomasochistic abuse or acts including animals or
latent objects in an act of apparent sexual
stimulation or gratification, as such terms
are defined in the pornography and related
offenses chapter of the Missouri Criminal
(6) Allow the display of films or videotapes
showing persons unclothed as described in subsection (g)(4) of this
section, or allow the display of pictures, films, videotapes
or other material depicting acts prohibited by
subsection (g)(5) of this section.
(h) Storing off-licensed premises. No retail
licensee shall store any alcoholic beverage off or outside of the licensed
premises without first obtaining the written consent of the supervisor of
liquor control; except that a licensee may store alcoholic beverages in a
bonded warehouse or central warehouse, if he has first notified the supervisor
of liquor control in writing of his intention to do so.
(i) Unlicensed beverages on premises. No retail
licensee, nor employee of such licensee, shall allow upon the licensed premises
any alcoholic beverages except such types the licensee is licensed to sell upon
(j) Illegal drugs. No retail licensee, nor employee
of such licensee, shall possess, store, sell or offer for sale, give away,
distribute or deliver any controlled substance or illegal drug or narcotic, as
defined in the Missouri Comprehensive Drug Control Act, or similar statutes,
upon the licensed premises, nor shall any such licensee or employee allow any
other person to engage in any such acts upon the licensed premises.
Section B. This ordinance shall become effective on
March 1, 1996, or ten days after passage whichever last occurs.
Approved as to form and
Assistant City Attorney