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5.16.160. Investigation by Chief of Police
Every applicant for an on-premises beer license, together with such information as required to be attached thereto, shall be referred to the Chief of Police for inspection and report. The Chief of Police shall, within ten (10) days after receiving such application, report in writing to the Council the general reputation of the applicant, the character of the premises, and of the persons who habitually frequent the same; the nature and kind of business conducted at such place; whether intoxicating liquors are or have been served or permitted to be drunk in the place; whether said place is or has been conducted in a lawful, quiet, and orderly manner; the nature and kind of entertainment, if any, at the place; whether gambling is or has been permitted, or gambling devices are or have been displayed upon the premises, or by the applicant at any other place; whether there is any ground to believe any statement made in the application is untrue. The Chief of Police shall add such further information as he believes to be pertinent. The Chief of Police shall add thereto in writing his recommendation as to the granting or denying such application.
Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 97-18, Amended, 4/17/1997