The Liquor Con­trol Com­mis­sion­er shall have the pow­er to issue retail liquor licens­es for sell­ing at retail of alco­holic liquor.  Such licens­es shall be issued in the fol­low­ing clas­si­fi­ca­tions and none other:

(A) Class “A” – Tav­ern.  A Class “A” license shall autho­rize the retail sale on the premis­es of alco­holic liquor for con­sump­tion on the premis­es as well as oth­er retail sales of such liquor in the orig­i­nal pack­age which shall be con­sumed on or off the premis­es.  There shall be two (2) Class “A” licenses.

(B) Class “B” – Pack­age Store.  A Class “B” license shall autho­rize the retail sale of alco­holic liquor in the orig­i­nal sealed pack­age, but not for con­sump­tion on the premis­es.  There shall be one (1) Class “B” license.

(C) Class “C” – Club.  A Class “C” license shall autho­rize the retail sale of alco­holic liquor on the premis­es of any club for con­sump­tion on the premis­es as well as oth­er retail sales of such liquor in the orig­i­nal pack­age which shall be con­sumed on or off the premis­es.  There shall be one (1) Class “C” license.

(D) Class “D” – Restau­rant.  A Class “D” license shall autho­rize the retail sale of alco­holic liquor on the premis­es of any restau­rant for con­sump­tion on the premis­es.  There shall be five (5) Class “D” licenses.

(E) Class “E” – Wine-Man­u­­fac­­tur­er.  A Class “E” license shall autho­rize wine-tast­ing and the sale of alco­holic liquor for con­sump­tion on the premis­es of any wine-man­u­­fac­­tur­er, as well as oth­er retail sales of such liquor in the orig­i­nal sealed pack­age which shall be con­sumed on or off the premis­es.  There shall be twen­ty (20) Class “E” licenses.

(F) Class “F” – Event Cen­ter.  A Class “F” license shall autho­rize the retail sale of alco­holic liquor as a part of pri­vate func­tions on the premis­es of any event cen­ter for con­sump­tion on the premis­es.  There shall be one (1) Class “F” license.

(G) Class “G” – Cater­er Retail­er.  A Class “G” license shall autho­rize the serv­ing of alco­holic liquors by a cater­er retail­er as an inci­den­tal part of a food ser­vice that serves pre­pared meals which excludes the serv­ing of snacks as the pri­ma­ry meal, either on or off-site whether licensed or unli­censed.  There shall be one (1) Class “G” license.

(H) Class “H” – Lim­it­ed Retail Wine.  A Class “H” license shall autho­rize the sale of wine in the orig­i­nal sealed pack­age, but not for con­sump­tion on the premis­es, and in con­junc­tion with the dis­play and sale of oth­er non-alco­holic gift items, and where the sale of non-alco­holic gift items con­sti­tutes a sub­stan­tial por­tion of the licensee’s busi­ness.  There shall be one (1) Class “H” license.

(I) Class “I” – Spe­cial Use.  A Class “I” license shall autho­rize the hold­er of a Class “A”, “B”, “C”, “D”, “E”, “F” or “G” license to trans­fer a por­tion of its alco­holic liquor inven­to­ry from its retail licensed premis­es to a des­ig­nat­ed site for a spe­cif­ic event, and to sell or offer for sale at retail, only in the premis­es spec­i­fied in the request, the trans­ferred alco­holic liquor for use or con­sump­tion, but not for resale in any form.

(J) Class “J” – Spe­cial Events.  A Class “J” license shall autho­rize an edu­ca­tion­al, fra­ter­nal, polit­i­cal, civic, or reli­gious orga­ni­za­tion, orga­nized as a not-for-prof­it orga­ni­za­tion under the laws of this State, to sell or offer wine and beer as part of an event con­duct­ed by the organization.

(Amend­ed in Ordi­nance No 2012–23, 11–30–12)