CHAPTER 33 City Ordinance Code Book Green Bay.
(a) Class "A" (Beer) License. Authorizes retail sales of fermented malt beverages in original packages, containers, and bottles for consumption off the premises where sold.
(b) "Class A" (Liquor) License. Authorizes the retail sale of intoxicating liquor in original packages, containers, and bottles for consumption off the premises where sold.
Further more: (c) Class "B" (Beer) License. Authorizes retail sales of fermented malt beverages to be consumed whether on or off the premises where sold. (d) "Class B" (Liquor) License. Authorizes the retail sale of intoxicating liquor for consumption on the premises where sold by the glass and not in the original package or container. Wine, however, may be sold for consumption off premises in original package or otherwise in any quantity
Like at Festivals, Fairs and such.
Last edited by qball54208; 08-27-2010 at 10:15 PM. Reason: had to includea full link, no WIKI crap!
We can OC where alcohol is sold. Just not sold and consumed Class B license premises.
NO! Not by the letter of the law, but I have. I OC'd at a tractor pull and beer was being sold. I even spoke breifly with an LEO on the grounds. No issue.
Also, I do not think that the prior permission exception cannot apply to EVENTS as the Class B liscense is a temporary liscense that are issued to organizations, not businesses.
I am sure someone will be by to clarify.
§ 125.27 issues permits to certified clubs.Originally Posted by Wisc. Stats.
The fornicating statutes are there for all to read and heed! The law abides the law abiding only.
941.237 statesThere are several exceptions, but the only one most of 'us' would fit under is 941.237(3)(g)Whoever intentionally goes armed with a handgun on any premises for which a Class “B” or “Class B” license or permit has been issued under ch. 125 is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.There are no exemptions for 'temporary' events. Go read it yourself at http://www.legis.state.wi.us/statutes/Stat0941.pdfThe possession or use of a handgun on the premises if authorized for a specific event of limited duration by the owner or manager of the premises who is issued the Class “B” or “Class B” license or permit under ch. 125 for the premises.
To clarify, I do not believe that 941.237(3)(g) can apply to licenses issued under 125.26(6).
Originally Posted by Wisc. Stats.I don't see the differentiation between business and organization.Originally Posted by Wisc. Stats.
Last edited by Doug Huffman; 08-28-2010 at 05:27 PM.
Similarly to LEO, we as OC'ers use discretion as well. Just because you are not adhering to a Law, does not mean that you can be "busted". Some LEO's do see situations for what they are.
I mean I blew past an un marked squad car one time on the Interstate, ( yupper, just once) doin 85+. He sped up to my vehicle ( to run my plate) I slowed down to 75, he stayed w/ me for about a mile and then backed off. As my plate came back clean, he decided not to initiate a traffic stop. I am not bragging, just giving a real world assessment. As for speeding you either get lucky or get caught, my days are numbered!
Even though you are walking a fine line, acting and carrying yourself in a manner befitting a reasonable and responsible adult is a good idea. Not walking about all cocky and ****, acting like a normal human being.
As an old timer once said to me, "you dictate how people will treat you" How true!
I don't see a direct differentation either, but all the orginizations listed under 125.26(6) are not privately owned so one could argue that there is no 'owner or manager' as described in 941.237(3)(g). The organizations have Boards and such permission would have to be granted during a board meeting under Roberts Rules and recorded in the minutes, if they even could give such permission.
But more clearly, under 941.237(3)(g), 'Temporary Class "B" license' or 'Temporary "Class B" license is not listed.
Last edited by BROKENSPROKET; 08-28-2010 at 06:46 PM.
Who is issued the license to a non-business, but a an agent of the managing and/or proprietary board? Even IIRC that is the label for the signature line on the license - see Town Law Forms.
Robert's Rules are not in any way significant. Rules of parliamentary procedures are not specified or mandated by statute. Minutes of a non-governmental body are not required under Chapter 19.
The whole of Chapter 125 is listed in § 941.237(3)(g) and "temporary" is not excepted.
Just like Brokensprocket, I too have carried at a few "events". Problem is, I was at one that the "event" basically involved the entire town. There was crap for the fair setup all over the place and no specific "beer tent". Does this mean then that I lose my right to carry anywhere in that town in a situation like this?
Depends on premises covered as described on the permit/license.
I think the lesson to be taken from this confabulation is for us that deal in alcohol licenses, applying/permitting, to be more careful in the description of the licensed premises. I'll not just use the AmLegion post address again but describe more precisely the permitted premises.