City of Two Rivers, WI
Manitowoc County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Two Rivers (Title 6, Ch. 2, of the 1981 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
A. 
There shall be upon the premises operated under a Class "A" or Class "B" or "Class C" intoxicating liquor license or Class "B" fermented malt beverage license, at all times the licensee or some other person who shall have an operator's license and who shall be responsible for the acts of all persons serving or selling any intoxicating liquor or fermented malt beverages to customers. No person other than the licensee shall serve or sell fermented malt beverages or intoxicating liquor in a place operated under the Class "A" or Class "B" or "Class C" licenses unless he shall possess an operator's license or unless he shall be under the immediate supervision of the licensee or a person holding an operator's license who shall be upon the premises at the time of such service.
B. 
An operator's license is not required when a person is:
(1) 
An adult member of licensee's immediate family and residing in licensee's household.
(2) 
An approved agent of a licensed corporation (permits are required of the approved agent's immediate family and household).
(3) 
Working under immediate supervision of a licensee, adult member of licensee's immediate family and household, approved agent for licensed corporation, or a licensed operator.
A. 
The City Clerk may issue an operator's license, which license shall be granted only upon application, in writing, on blanks to be obtained from the City Clerk and only to persons 18 year of age and older. Operator's licenses shall be operative only within the limits of the City.
[Amended 5-4-2020]
B. 
The applicant may not have an arrest or conviction record subject to § 111.335, Wis. Stats., may not have been convicted of a felony and may not be a habitual law offender.
C. 
As of July 1, 1991, a municipality may not issue an operator's license unless the applicant has completed a responsible beverage server training course. Applicants are exempted from the training course requirement if they are renewing an existing operator's license, have completed the training course within the last two years, or have held a retail, manager's or operator's license within the last two years. Applicants may be issued a provisional operator's license if they are enrolled in a training course.
Licenses issued under the provisions of this chapter shall be valid either one or two years and shall expire on June 30 of the year for which issued.
The fee for an operator's license shall be established and listed in Chapter 1-2, Fees, of this Code. No fee shall be refunded.
[Amended 5-4-2020]
After the City Clerk approves the granting of an operator's license, the City Clerk shall issue the license. Such licenses shall be issued and numbered in the order they are granted and shall give the applicant's name and address and the date of the expiration of such license. The City Clerk shall each month provide the City Council with a report listing all such licenses issued in the preceding month.
Each license issued under the provisions of this chapter shall be in the operator's possession whenever the operator dispenses beverages.
Violation of any of the terms or provisions of the state law or of this chapter relating to operator's licenses by any person holding such operator's license shall be cause for revocation of the license by the City Council.
A. 
A temporary operator's license may be issued only to persons employed by or donating their services to nonprofit organizations.
B. 
A person is limited to only one such license in a year.
C. 
The license is valid for any period from one to 14 days, and the period must be indicated on the license.