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The introduction and possession of liquor consistent with this ordinance shall be lawful within Indian country under the jurisdiction of the Osage Nation and within the exterior boundaries of the Osage Reservation only when such activities are in conformity with this ordinance. All other purchases and sales of liquor within the Osage Reservation and Osage Indian country shall be prohibited.

A. Sales by Osage Nation or Licensees. Only the Osage Nation may make retail sales of liquor in gaming facilities that are owned by the Nation and the patrons of the Osage Nation’s gaming facilities may consume said liquor on the gaming facility complex. Any other licensed retailer may make retail sales of liquor on their licensed premises, but patrons of the licensee may consume said liquor only on those licensed premises, or where otherwise allowed by this ordinance.

B. Sales for Cash. All liquor sales on the Osage Reservation and Osage Indian country shall be an a cash-only basis and no credit shall be extended to any person, organization, or entity, except that the provision does not prevent the payment for purchases with use of credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express, etc.

C. Sale for Personal Consumption. All sales shall be for the personal use and consumption of the purchaser. Any person who purchases an alcoholic beverage on the Osage Reservation and Osage Indian country and sells it, without a license, whether in the original container or not, shall be guilty of a violation of this ordinance and shall be subjected to paying damages to the Osage Nation as set forth herein. ONCA 11-41, eff. Apr. 12, 2011.