2013 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 12 - ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
CHAPTER 4 - LOCAL LICENSES
ARTICLE 4 - RESORT AND RESTAURANT LIQUOR LICENSES
12-4-413. Bar and grill liquor license; authorized; requirements.


WY Stat § 12-4-413 (2013) What's This?

12-4-413. Bar and grill liquor license; authorized; requirements.

(a) Restaurants as defined by W.S. 12-1-101(a)(xiv) may be licensed by the appropriate licensing authority in counties, cities and towns under a bar and grill liquor license. In addition to the application requirements required by this title, the license applicant shall submit a valid food service permit upon application.

(b) The number of bar and grill liquor licenses for cities and towns shall be based on the following population formula:

(i) Not more than two (2) licenses in incorporated cities or towns of seven thousand five hundred (7,500) or less; and

(ii) Not more than three (3) licenses for population in incorporated cities between seven thousand five hundred one (7,501) and fifteen thousand (15,000); and

(iii) Not more than four (4) licenses for population in incorporated cities between fifteen thousand one (15,001) and twenty-seven thousand five hundred (27,500); and

(iv) Not more than one (1) additional license for each additional seven thousand five hundred (7,500) population in incorporated cities over twenty-seven thousand five hundred (27,500).

(c) Bar and grill liquor licenses may be granted by the county commissioners as the appropriate licensing authority in a county outside of incorporated cities and towns as follows:

(i) One (1) license for each seven thousand five hundred (7,500) population residing outside incorporated cities and towns.

(d) The license fee assessed for a bar and grill liquor license shall be not less than one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00) nor more than ten thousand five hundred dollars ($10,500.00).

(e) A bar and grill liquor license shall not be sold, transferred or assigned by the holder.

(f) Bar and grill liquor licenses shall be subject to the provisions of W.S. 12-4-408 and 12-4-410(c) to the same extent those provisions are applicable to restaurant liquor licenses. Bar and grill liquor licensees shall not sell alcoholic or malt beverages for consumption off the premises owned or leased by the licensee except as allowed under W.S. 12-4-410(e).

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