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CHAPTER 3. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES.
Article 1. Licensing and Regulations.
§ 3-1. Definitions
§ 3-2. Local Liquor Control Commissioner
§ 3-3. License Required
§ 3-4. Application Requirements
§ 3-5. Restrictions On Issuance Of Licenses
§ 3-6. Term Of License
§ 3-7. Examinations Of Applicants And Licensees By Local Liquor Control Commissioner
§ 3-8. Classes Of Licenses
§ 3-8A. Fees
§ 3-9. Number Of Licenses
§ 3-10. Renewal Of Licenses
§ 3-11. Closing Hours
§ 3-12. Entry Powers Of The Local Liquor Control Commissioner
§ 3-13. Record To Be Kept Of Licenses Issued
§ 3-14. Transfer Of Licenses
§ 3-15. Change Of Location Requirements
§ 3-16. Sanitary Conditions Of The Premises
§ 3-17. Employees To Be Free Of Certain Diseases
§ 3-18. Restrictions; Serving And Drinking Alcoholic Liquor
§ 3-18A. Give Away Prohibited
§ 3-18B. Happy Hours Prohibited
§ 3-19. Location Restrictions; Exceptions
§ 3-20. Stores Selling School Supplies, Food Or Drinks To Minors
§ 3-21. Clear View Of Inside Of Premises From Street Required; Exceptions
§ 3-22. Sales To Minors Prohibited
§ 3-23. Purchase Or Acceptance Of Gift Of Liquor By Person Of Non-Age; Identification Cards; Exception
§ 3-24. Sales To Intoxicated Persons, Persons Under Legal Disability Or In Need Of Mental Treatment
§ 3-25. Gambling On Premises Prohibited
§ 3-26. Revocation Or Suspension Of Liquor Licenses
§ 3-27. Refilling Of Original Packages Of Alcoholic Liquor Prohibited
§ 3-28. Displaying Liquor License On Premises
§ 3-29. State License Required
§ 3-30. Solicitation For Prostitution And Purchase Of Alcoholic Beverages On Premises Forbidden
§ 3-31. Report By Corporate Licensee Of Internal Changes To Local Liquor Control Commissioner
§ 3-32. Advertising
§ 3-33. Consumption Of Alcoholic Liquors In Buildings Owned By The Deerfield Park District