A.R.S. §4-205.03: Government license: issuance: regulatory provisions: agreements with coliseum concessionaires: definitions
- The department may issue a government license to any state agency, state board, state commission, county, city, town, community college or state university, the National Guard or the Arizona Exposition and State Fair Board on application authorized by the governing body of the state agency, state board, state commission, county, city, town, community college or state university, the National Guard or the Arizona Exposition and State Fair Board.
- If the department issues the license, it shall be issued in the name of the state agency, state board, state commission, county, city, town, community college or university, the National Guard or the Arizona Coliseum and Exposition Center. No application shall be filed unless authorized by the respective governing body. The application shall designate for each location a manager or other individual responsible for administering the license. The state agency, state board, state commission, county, city, town, community college or state university, the National Guard or the Arizona Exposition and State Fair Board shall give notice to the department within ten days after any change in the designee. The state agency, state board, state commission, county, city, town, community college or state university, the National Guard or the Arizona Coliseum and Exposition Center to which a license is issued is subject to the fine or penalty prescribed for any violation of the statutes relating to alcoholic beverages.
- The holder of a government license may sell and serve spirituous liquors solely for consumption on the premises for which the license is issued. A separate license is required for each premises upon which spirituous liquors are served. A single premises licensed under this section may consist of not more than one dock area that is designated by a city or town and that is situated on a lake owned by the city or town and not more than thirty boats that are operated on the lake. A dock and boats that comprise a premises under this subsection shall be operated in compliance with subsection G of this section.
- A governing body in possession of a government license may by appropriate legislation or rule authorize the use of the license pursuant to a concession agreement approved by the governing body.
- The department may adopt rules in order to administer this section.
Any agreement entered into by the Arizona exposition and state fair board allowing an indicated concessionaire to serve alcoholic beverages pursuant to this section shall contain a provision requiring the concessionaire to do both of the following:
- Fully indemnify and hold harmless this state and any of its agencies, boards, commissions, officers and employees against any liability for loss or damage incurred either on or off state property and resulting from the negligent serving of alcoholic beverages by the concessionaire or the concessionaire's agents or employees.
- Post a surety bond in favor of this state in an amount determined by the Arizona exposition and state fair board to be sufficient to indemnify this state against the potential liability or name this state as an additional insured in a liability policy that provides sufficient coverage to indemnify this state as determined by the Arizona exposition and state fair board.
The following apply to the operation of a dock and boats as a licensed premises pursuant to subsection C of this section:
- Liquor may be sold only for consumption on the premises in conjunction with consumption of food.
- Liquor shall not be served or consumed on the dock. Liquor shall not be served on a boat earlier than fifteen minutes before the boat is scheduled to depart from the dock and shall not be served after a boat returns to the dock.
- A person shall not be served more than fifty ounces of beer, one liter of wine or four ounces of distilled spirits at one time while the person is on a boat.
- A person shall not bring spirituous liquor onto a boat other than liquor purchased by the licensee or a concessionaire for resale under this title.
- The pilot of each boat, all crew members and all persons who sell or serve spirituous liquor on each boat are deemed employees of the licensee for purposes of this title.
- The pilot of each boat shall either have a current and valid coast guard operator's license or shall have successfully completed a safety and operator training course approved by the city or town.
- Spirituous liquor shall not be served, consumed or possessed by a customer on the boat between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
- All provisions of this title and rules adopted pursuant to this title that are not inconsistent with this section apply to sales and consumption of spirituous liquor on the licensed premises.
For purposes of this section:
- "Arizona coliseum and exposition center" includes all property under the control of the Arizona exposition and state fair board as provided in section 3-1001.
- "Boat" means a seaworthy vessel that is designed to carry and that is capable of carrying not less than fifteen nor more than forty-five passengers, that has a displacement of not more than ten tons and that possesses a current coast guard certificate.
- "Community College" has the same meaning prescribed in section 15-1401.
- "State university" means institutions as described in section 15-1601.