Chapter 4.12
INTOXICATING LIQUOR1linklink

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4.12.010: DEFINITIONS:
4.12.020: ESTABLISHMENT; LICENSE APPLICANT RESTRICTIONS:
4.12.030: DUTIES OF SHERIFF:
4.12.040: LICENSE; REQUIRED; FEES:
4.12.050: LICENSE; ISSUANCE RESTRICTIONS:
4.12.060: LICENSE; APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
4.12.070: LICENSE; REVOCATION, SUSPENSION; JUDGMENT OF BOARD:
4.12.080: LICENSE; PERIOD:
4.12.090: LICENSE; TRANSFER PROHIBITED:
4.12.100: ESTABLISHMENT; RIGHT OF ENTRY:
4.12.110: POSSESSION, SALE RESTRICTIONS:
4.12.120: ESTABLISHMENT; LOCATION RESTRICTIONS:
4.12.130: LICENSE; DISPLAY REQUIRED:
4.12.140: SALE TO MILITARY PERSONNEL:
4.12.150: LICENSE; REVOCATION, SUSPENSION; CONDITIONS:
4.12.160: LICENSE; RESTRICTIONS AFTER REVOCATION:
4.12.170: ESTABLISHMENT; EXCESSIVE NOISE PROHIBITED:
4.12.180: VIOLATION; RESPONSIBILITY:
4.12.190: VIOLATION; PENALTY:
4.12.200: TEMPORARY LICENSES FOR SPECIAL EVENTS:

4.12.010: DEFINITIONS:linklink


Whenever used in this chapter unless the context otherwise requires:

ALCOHOL: Ethyl alcohol, hydrated oxide of ethyl or spirit of wine from whatever source or by whatever process produced.

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE: Means and includes any and all distilled or rectified spirits, potable alcohol, brandy, whiskey, rum, gin, aromatic bitters, beer, wine and every liquid or solid containing alcohol capable of being consumed by a human being.

BEER: Means and includes any fermented beverage of any name or description manufactured from malt, wholly or in part, or from any substitute therefor and shall include such liquors as porter, beer, ale, and stout.

CONVICTED: A finding of guilt resulting from a plea of guilty, the decision of a court or magistrate or the verdict of a jury, irrespective of the pronouncement of judgment or the suspension thereof.

DINING ROOM: A place which is regularly and in a bona fide manner used and kept open for the serving of meals to guests for compensation and which has suitable kitchen facilities connected therewith complying with all regulations of the Department of Health of the State of Nevada and in which alcoholic beverages are not served over a bar or counter and are served only in connection with the service of meals.

FRATERNAL CLUB: An organization of persons engaged in keeping, conducting and maintaining an establishment solely for bona fide fraternal, social, recreational, benevolent or athletic purposes and not for pecuniary gain and which does not traffic in alcoholic beverages profit and which disposes of alcoholic beverages to its members or bona fide guests only and which does not maintain or possess a public bar or place for the sale of alcoholic beverages to the public.

LICENSE: A license issued pursuant to this chapter.

LICENSEE: Any person to whom a license has been issued pursuant to this chapter.

LIQUOR BOARD: The Board of County Commissioners, Sheriff and District Attorney of White Pine County, Nevada.

PACKAGE: Any immediate container of alcoholic beverage which is filled or packaged by the manufacturer or bottler thereof for sale by such manufacturer or bottler.

PERSON: An individual.

PREMISES: Any and all places connected with and accessible to the licensed business.

RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT: A place where intoxicating, spirituous, malt or fermented liquors, wines or beer, are sold in quantities of not more than four and nine-tenths (49/10) gallons.

RETAIL SALE OR SALE AT RETAIL: A sale to a consumer or to any person for any purpose other than for resale.

RETAILER: Any person who sells at retail any alcoholic beverage.

SALE: Any transfer, exchange or barter in any manner or by any means whatsoever for a consideration and includes to solicit or receive an order for, to keep or expose for sale and to keep with intent to sell and shall include delivery of any alcoholic beverage in White Pine County.

WHOLESALE SALE OR SALE AT WHOLESALE: A sale to any person for purposes of resale.

WHOLESALER: Any person who sells at wholesale only any alcoholic beverage.

WINE: Includes the words "fruit juice" and means all alcoholic beverages obtained by the fermentation of the juice of grapes or other fruits or other agricultural products and which does not contain more than twenty four percent (24%) alcohol by volume. (Ord. 1 §1, 1954)
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4.12.020: ESTABLISHMENT; LICENSE APPLICANT RESTRICTIONS:linklink


A. It is declared to be the policy of this chapter that all establishments where alcoholic beverages are sold or distributed in White Pine County, outside the limits of any incorporated city or town, shall be licensed and controlled so as to protect the public health, safety, morals, good order and general welfare of the inhabitants of White Pine County, and it is made the duty of the sheriff of White Pine County to investigate into the qualifications of each applicant for licenses as in this chapter hereinafter defined before any such license is issued to the end that licenses shall not be issued to unqualified or disqualified persons or to unsuitable persons or for prohibited places or locations. To better define the policy of the chapter the following persons are declared to be not qualified or satisfactory to hold any license under the provisions of this chapter:

1. A person who shall have been convicted within the past five (5) years of:

a. A felony or gross misdemeanor or of any crime which under the laws of this state would amount to a felony or gross misdemeanor,

b. In this state, or elsewhere, any crime of which fraud or intent to defraud was an element,

c. Larceny in any degree,

d. Buying or receiving stolen property,

e. Unlawful entry of a building,

f. Unlawfully possessing or distributing narcotic drugs,

g. Illegally using, carrying or possessing a pistol or other dangerous weapon;

2. A person under the age of twenty one (21) years;

3. A person who is not a citizen of the United States;

4. A person who does not possess a good moral character;

5. A person whom the liquor board shall determine is not a suitable person to receive a license under the provisions of this chapter, having due consideration for the proper protection of the public health, safety, morals, good order and general welfare of the inhabitants of White Pine County. (Ord. 1 §2, 1954)

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4.12.030: DUTIES OF SHERIFF:linklink


A. It shall be the duty of the sheriff of White Pine County to:

1. Inspect or cause to be inspected any establishment where alcoholic beverages are sold or distributed;

2. Investigate into the qualifications of all applicants for licenses as provided in this chapter and report the results of his investigation to the liquor board and to recommend the allowance or disallowance of any application for a license under the provisions of this chapter;

3. Institute through the proper authorities, proceedings, actions and prosecutions for the enforcement of the provisions of this chapter relating to the penalties, liabilities and punishment of persons for refusal or neglect to comply with the provisions of this chapter;

4. Recommend to the liquor board the revocation or suspension of any license issued under the provisions of this chapter when a licensee has refused to comply with, or has violated any of the provisions of this chapter, or who has been found guilty by any court of competent jurisdiction of any violation of this chapter, or of any violation of the law of the state of Nevada or the United States Of America regulating or pertaining to the sale of alcoholic beverages, or for misrepresentation of a material fact by the applicant in obtaining a license hereunder, or when a licensee shall be deemed to be no longer a suitable person to hold a license under the provisions of this chapter having a due consideration for the proper protection of the public health, safety, morals, good order and general welfare of the inhabitants of White Pine County. (Ord. 1 §3, 1954).

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4.12.040: LICENSE; REQUIRED; FEES:linklink

It is unlawful for any person, firm, association or corporation to engage in the retail business of selling, distributing, dispensing or giving away any intoxicating, spirituous, vinous, malt, fermented or other liquors or wines or beers in White Pine County, Nevada, outside of any incorporated city or town therein, without first having procured a license therefor from the liquor board of White Pine County.


A. All applicants shall pay to the sheriff of the county a background investigation fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) plus any incurred expenses. The licensing fee shall be paid quarterly, in advance, to the county sheriff as follows:

1. A retail establishment, for the sale of intoxicating, spirituous, vinous, malt, fermented or other liquor, wine or beer, for either on or off premises consumption, forty dollars ($40.00) per quarter, or fraction thereof, for each and every bar and service bar operated by the retail establishment;

2. A retail establishment, for the sale of beer only, for either on or off premises consumption, and where no other intoxicating liquor, spirituous, malt or fermented liquors or wines are sold, the sum of twenty dollars ($20.00) per quarter, or fraction thereof, for each and every bar or service bar operated by such establishment;

3. A retail establishment for the sale of intoxicating, spirituous, vinous, malt, fermented or other liquors, wines or beers, in packages or packaged for off premises consumption only, forty dollars ($40.00) per quarter or fraction thereof;

4. A retail establishment, for the package sale of beer only, for off premises consumption, and where no other intoxicating liquor, spirituous, malt or fermented liquors or wines are sold, the sum of twenty dollars ($20.00) per quarter or fraction thereof;

5. A wholesale establishment, for sale at wholesale only, for the sale of intoxicating, spirituous, vinous, malt, fermented or other liquors, wines or beers, sixty dollars ($60.00) per quarter or fraction thereof;

6. A wholesale establishment, for sale at wholesale only, for the sale of beer only, thirty dollars ($30.00) per quarter or fraction thereof. (Ord. 257 §1, 1990: Ord. 1 §4, 1954)

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4.12.050: LICENSE; ISSUANCE RESTRICTIONS:linklink

No license shall be issued under this chapter to any person, firm, association or corporation who has not undertaken to establish a place of business in White Pine County, Nevada, or who is not, or whose members are not citizens of the United States, provided that all stockholders of a corporation must be citizens of the United States to entitle such corporation to a license hereunder. Nor shall any license be issued under this chapter to any individual who is not a citizen of the United States to entitle such corporation to a license hereunder. Nor shall any license be issued under this chapter to any individual who is not a citizen of the United States and a registered voter of the state of Nevada, and a bona fide resident of White Pine County, nor to any partnership, association or a group of persons, other than a corporation, unless the members of the partnership, association or other group of individuals are bona fide residents of White Pine County and registered voters of the state of Nevada. Nor shall any license be issued under this chapter to any corporation unless two-thirds (2/3) or more of the members of the board of directors of such corporation are bona fide residents of White Pine County and registered voters of the state of Nevada. (Ord. 1 §5, 1954)
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4.12.060: LICENSE; APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:linklink


A. All applicants for licenses hereunder shall file with the sheriff of White Pine County, Nevada, an application giving among other things the following information:

1. If applicant is a corporation, the date and place of incorporation, the date qualified to do business in the state of Nevada, and the names and addresses of the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, manager or managers and resident agent of the corporation, and also a statement whether or not all stockholders are citizens of the United States;

2. If applicant is a partnership, the names, addresses and official positions, if any, of all partners, and the date and place of recordation of the partnership agreement, if the same has been recorded, together with a statement as to the amount of the interest of each partner and a statement as to the place of bona fide residence of each partner, whether each partner is a citizen of the United States and where each partner is registered to vote. If the partnership is operating under a fictitious name, the application must also include the date and place of filing the certificate of fictitious firm name required to be filed by the statutes of the state of Nevada;

3. If applicant is an individual, his name, sex, age, place of residence, and addresses of all residences for the past five (5) years, whether or not he is a citizen of the United States, whether or not he is a bona fide resident of White Pine County, Nevada, and a registered voter of the state of Nevada, together with the name or names under which such individual intends to operate;

4. A description of the premises to be licensed giving the street and number and the portion thereof to be occupied by the establishment for which the license is sought;

5. The type of license for which application is made, and if application is for an on premises alcoholic beverage license, the maximum number of bartenders that will be employed during any twenty four (24) hour period;

6. The name of the owner of the premises on which the licensed business is to be conducted and the name of the authorized agent, if any;

7. A statement that if the license be granted the applicant will conduct the establishment in accordance with the provisions of the laws of the state of Nevada, the laws of the United States Of America, and the ordinances of White Pine County applicable to the conduct of such business and that such application is made upon the express condition that if such license be granted it shall be subject to revocation or suspension in accordance with the provisions of this chapter;

8. Every applicant, including individuals, members of a partnership or officers of a corporation, applying for a license in accordance with the terms of this chapter, when notified to do so, must appear before the sheriff and/or district attorney of White Pine County and there answer such questions as may be propounded to him or her relating to his or her moral character and fitness to hold such license as previously required herein;

9. Every application for a license authorizing the sale of any alcoholic beverage shall be filed in the office of the sheriff of White Pine County and shall be accompanied by payment of the amount of the license fee applicable to the particular type of license for which application is made as specified in this chapter. The sheriff of White Pine County shall investigate the matter and report after which the application and report on the matter shall be returned to the liquor board;

10. Before application for license under the provisions of this chapter shall be considered by the sheriff or liquor board of White Pine County, there shall have been first filed with the sheriff of White Pine County duplicate copies of fingerprints and thumbprints of every applicant, together with two (2) profile photographs and two (2) full face photographs of every applicant at least two inches by two inches (2" x 2") square. If the application be granted, the clerk of the liquor board shall cause the license to be issued and if the application be rejected the sheriff of White Pine County shall forthwith upon request of the applicant, refund the money deposited by the applicant;

a. By registering with the county sheriff's office and having thumbprints and fingerprints taken and filed, the person herewith authorizes the county of White Pine, through the county sheriff's department, to submit said thumbprints and fingerprints to the federal bureau of investigation pursuant to Nevada Revised Statutes 239B.010 for the purpose of conducting a national background check of the person;

11. No person shall be employed by any licensee licensed under the provisions of this chapter unless and until such employee, servant, or manager shall have filed with the sheriff of White Pine County duplicate copies of his or her fingerprints and thumbprints together with two (2) profile photographs and two (2) full face photographs at least two inches by two inches (2" x 2") square;

12. All licensees licensed under the provisions of this chapter shall comply fully with the rules and regulations of the Nevada state health department relating to the serving of foods and beverages to the public;

13. Any application for a license under the provisions of this chapter may be rejected by a majority of the liquor board;

14. Whenever there is submitted a request for the issuance or transfer of a license under this section, there shall be required in addition to the foregoing requirements an affidavit showing:

a. Whether such applicant or applicants are engaged in the business under a fictitious name, and if so engaged in business, that such applicant or applicants have complied with the provisions of chapter 602 of the Nevada Revised Statutes as amended,

b. Whether there has been any change in ownership in the business of the applicant or applicants during the preceding calendar year, and if there has been any such change in ownership, that such change was made in compliance with the provisions of chapter 104 of the Nevada Revised Statutes as amended. (Ord. 422, 2008: Ord. 54 §1, 1971: Ord. 1 §6, 1954)

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4.12.070: LICENSE; REVOCATION, SUSPENSION; JUDGMENT OF BOARD:linklink

Any license issued under the provisions of this chapter is with the express understanding that the license may be revoked or suspended by the liquor board whenever there is, in the judgment of a majority of such board, sufficient reason for such revocation or suspension. (Ord. 1 §7, 1954)
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4.12.080: LICENSE; PERIOD:linklink

The licenses prescribed in this chapter shall be issued for a quarter of a year and for the quarter beginning on January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1 of each year and shall not be issued for a period of less than a quarter of a year; provided, however, that once a licensee has complied in full with the provisions of this chapter, and has been granted a license hereunder, he, she or it may reapply quarterly tendering to the sheriff of White Pine County five (5) days before the end of any quarter the amount of the license fee herein required for the particular type of license held by licensee, and unless notified in writing by the liquor board within the five (5) days that the license will not be reissued for the next quarter, the licensee shall receive the same type and character of license as previously held for the next quarter; and provided further, every license issued under the provisions of this chapter shall expire quarterly after date of issue. (Ord. 1 §8, 1954)
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4.12.090: LICENSE; TRANSFER PROHIBITED:linklink


A. A license issued to any person to conduct a business under the provisions of this chapter on any premises in White Pine County, outside the limits of any incorporated city or town, shall not be transferred to any other premises or to any other part of the building containing the licensed business without the consent of a majority vote of the liquor board.


B. No license nor any interest therein granted under the provisions of this chapter may be transferred by the licensee to any other person, partnership or corporation. If the licensee shall cease to operate the licensed business, or if the license shall be revoked, there shall be no refund on the license. (Ord. 1 §9, 1954)

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4.12.100: ESTABLISHMENT; RIGHT OF ENTRY:linklink

Every official and police officer of White Pine County shall have access to every part and portion of the establishment for which a license is issued under the provisions of this chapter, at any time when such establishment is open for the transaction of business and at all other reasonable times. (Ord. 1 §10, 1954)
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4.12.110: POSSESSION, SALE RESTRICTIONS:linklink

It shall be unlawful for any person under twenty one (21) years of age to:


A. Purchase or consume any alcoholic beverage in any saloon, resort or premises where spirituous, malt or fermented liquors or wines are sold;


B. Possess, for any reason, any alcoholic beverage in public. For purposes of this section, possession "in public" includes possession:

1. On any street or highway;

2. In any place open to the public; and

3. In any private business establishment which is in effect open to the public.

Possession "in public" does not include:

1. Possession for an established religious purpose;

2. Possession in the presence of and with the permission of the person's parent, guardian or spouse who is at least twenty one (21) years of age;

3. Possession in accordance with a prescription issued by a person statutorily authorized to issue prescriptions;

4. The selling, handling, serving or transporting of alcohol beverages by a person in the course of his lawful employment by a licensed manufacturer, wholesaler or retailer of alcoholic beverages.


C. It is unlawful for any person under the age of twenty one (21) years to be in public, as previously defined in this section, after having consumed an alcoholic beverage.

For purposes of this section, "public consumption" does not include:

1. Consumption during an established religious purpose;

2. Consumption during the presence of and with the permission of the person's parent, guardian or spouse who is at least twenty one (21) years of age; or

3. Consumption pursuant to a prescription issued by a person statutorily authorized to issue prescriptions;

Any person convicted under any provision of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 283 §1(part), 1993: Ord. 270 §1, 1992: Ord. 1 §11, 1954)

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4.12.120: ESTABLISHMENT; LOCATION RESTRICTIONS:linklink


A. No license shall be issued authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises where drugs or narcotics are kept, stored, dispensed or sold except beer package licenses or alcoholic beverage package licenses.


B. No license shall be granted for the sale, dispensing or giving away of any intoxicating, spirituous, malted or fermented liquors, wines or beers within five hundred feet (500') of any schoolhouse or schoolroom of any schoolhouse, or church edifice, building or structure, erected and used for devotional services or religious worship. (Ord. 1 §12, 1954)

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4.12.130: LICENSE; DISPLAY REQUIRED:linklink

During all of the period of time for which a license has been issued authorizing the sale of alcoholic beverages, the license shall be posted and at all times displayed in a conspicuous place in the room where such business is carried on so that all persons visiting such place may readily see and read the same. It is unlawful for the licensee to fail to so post the license, or to keep it posted or to post such license or to permit such license to be posted in an establishment other than that licensed, or in an establishment where traffic in alcoholic beverages is carried on or conducted by any person other than the licensee. (Ord. 1 §13, 1954)
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4.12.140: SALE TO MILITARY PERSONNEL:linklink

It is unlawful for any person to sell or give away or offer to sell any alcoholic beverage to any person wearing a uniform of any of the armed services of the United States when such act is contrary to an order issued by the commanding officer of such area as may include any part of White Pine County when such order is made public in the county. A violation of this section shall be grounds for the revocation of the license of the person violating the provisions of this section. (Ord. 1 §14, 1954)
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4.12.150: LICENSE; REVOCATION, SUSPENSION; CONDITIONS:linklink


A. Any license issued under the provisions of this chapter may be revoked or suspended by the Liquor Board when it shall appear to the satisfaction of a majority of the members of the Liquor Board that:

1. The licensee or any of his employees has subsequent to the issuance of the license been convicted of an offense of such a nature and under such circumstances as to cause the Liquor Board to conclude that such licensee is no longer a suitable or qualified person to conduct a business dealing in alcoholic beverages in White Pine County;

2. For making any false material statement in an application for a license;

3. Transferring, assigning or hypothecating a license;

4. Failure to pay any quarterly installment of license fee in advance;

5. Refusal or neglect to comply with any of the provisions of this chapter;

6. In the event that a license is revoked under the provisions of this section no license shall be issued for the conduct of an establishment where alcoholic beverages are sold or gambling games other than slot machines are operated, for a period of six (6) months from the date of such revocation for the premises occupied by the licensee whose license was so revoked. (Ord. 1 §15, 1954)

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4.12.160: LICENSE; RESTRICTIONS AFTER REVOCATION:linklink

If any license of any licensee shall be revoked under the provisions of this chapter, no license shall be granted such licensee under the provisions of this chapter within two (2) years of the date of such revocation. (Ord. 1 §16, 1954)
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4.12.170: ESTABLISHMENT; EXCESSIVE NOISE PROHIBITED:linklink

It is unlawful for any licensee of an establishment to permit the creation of noises in such establishment, either by reason of boisterous conduct on the part of individuals or by reason of music or entertainment created by mechanical musical instruments or otherwise, or by dancing or other source of vibration which will unreasonably disturb any person or persons of ordinary sensibilities in any adjoining room or rooms, or building or premises. Violation of the provisions of this section may constitute cause for the revocation of the license of the licensee permitting such noise. (Ord. 1 §17, 1954)
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4.12.180: VIOLATION; RESPONSIBILITY:linklink

If any corporation or association shall violate any of the provisions of this chapter, any officer, agent or employee thereof, acting for it, in any manner, in any such unlawful act, or authorizing the same to be done, shall be personally guilty thereof, the same as though such officers, agent or employee himself had committed the offense, and shall be subject to all the penalties thereof. (Ord. 1 §18, 1954)
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4.12.190: VIOLATION; PENALTY:linklink

Any person, firm, association or corporation violating any of the provisions of this chapter with the exception of those pertaining to the procuring of a license for the retail sale, distribution, dispensing or giving away of any intoxicating, fermented, spirituous, malt or vinous liquors, wines or beer, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished according to law. Any person, firm, association or corporation, violating the provisions of this chapter relating to the procuring of a license for the retail sale of these same intoxicating liquors and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of not more than two hundred dollars ($200.00) for each such offense. (Ord. 53 §1, 1971: Ord. 1 §19, 1954)
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4.12.200: TEMPORARY LICENSES FOR SPECIAL EVENTS:linklink


A. The Sheriff shall be charged with the authority to issue a temporary license to any person, firm, association or corporation to engage in the selling, distributing, dispensing or giving away of any intoxicating, spirituous, vinous, malt, fermented or other liquors or wines or beers at any special event which takes place in White Pine County, Nevada, but outside the corporate limits of the City of Ely.


B. The Sheriff shall be charged with the authority to control the application process for any temporary license issued pursuant to this section, provided that any applicant is subject to a background check conducted by the Sheriff, that the applicant shall possess the same fitness of moral character as any applicant under this chapter, and that the applicant shall not be subject to any fee for such application or background check greater than those imposed on any other applicant under this chapter.


C. For purposes of this section, a special event is one lasting less than seven (7) days within a period of four (4) weeks.


D. For purposes of this section, a temporary license shall be one which is operative no longer than the special event for which it is requested.


E. Absent extraordinary circumstances, no temporary special event license shall issue to an applicant whose special event is to take place at the same location the applicant was last granted a temporary license within the preceding twelve (12) month period. (Ord. 493, 2018)

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Footnote 1: NRS 244.350, 369.180 - 369.320.