§ 110.18  CLASSIFICATION OF LICENSE; FEES.
   (A)   Licenses are divided into classes as follows.
      (1)   Class A.  Class A licenses shall authorize the retail sale on the specified premises of alcoholic liquor, which may or may not be for consumption on the premises.  The annual fee for the license shall $600 payable in 2 semiannual installments of $300 each.  One-half of the first installment shall be deposited with the application for the license, the balance of the annual fee is due and payable on November 1 following, and thereafter the license fee shall be paid 1/2 on May 1 and 1/2 on November 1 of each year.  No sale of alcoholic liquor shall be permitted in drive-up or drive-through or other similar facility.
(Am. Ord. 2001-5, passed 5-22-2001)
      (2)   Class B.  Class B licenses shall authorize the wholesale and retail sale on the specified premises of alcoholic liquor but the liquor sold shall not be for consumption on the specified premises where sold.  The annual fee for the license shall be $600 payable in 2 semiannual installments of $300 each; the installments shall be due on May 1 and November 1 of each year.  No sale of alcoholic liquor shall be permitted in a drive-up or drive-through or other similar facility.
      (3)   Class C.
         (a)   Class C licenses shall authorize the retail sale of alcoholic liquor upon the specified premises only to members and guests when accompanied by members and shall be issued only to clubs as defined by the Illinois Liquor Control Act, to local lodges of national fraternal organizations, and to other bona fide fraternal pleasure and social associations not organized primarily for the sale or consumption of alcoholic liquor.  The annual fee for the license shall be $400 per year payable in 2 semiannual installments of $200 each; the installments shall be due on May 1 and November 1 of each year.
         (b)   At the time any application for a Class C license or a renewal thereof is made, the secretary of the organization shall furnish a sworn statement of the number of members as of the date of application.  The affidavit shall be attached to and made a part of the application for license or renewal.
         (c)   The aggregate number of Class C licenses to be issued and in effect in the village at any 1 time shall not exceed 2 in number.
      (4)   Class D.
         (a)   Class D licenses shall authorize the retail sale of alcoholic liquor in restaurants only for consumption on the premises in accordance with and only in places where the licensed establishment can keep and maintain at all times during the license term, all of the terms and conditions of a restaurant as defined in § 110.02.
         (b)   The annual fee for a Class D license shall be $600 per year payable in 2 equal installments, the first of which shall be deposited with the application for license and thereafter the license fee shall be paid 1/2 on May 1 and 1/2 on November 1 of each year.
Editor’s note:
   Temporary Executive Order 2020-01, entered May 26, 2020, temporarily authorizes a Class D licensee to sell beer, wine, or mixed alcoholic drinks in an open container for pick-up made in conjunction with the sale and/or delivery of food or a meal to be consumed off-premises in an outdoor area adjacent to or near the establishment. A copy of this Temporary Executive Order is available for public inspection in the office of the Village Clerk during normal business hours.
      (5)   Class E.
         (a)   1.   Class E licenses shall authorize the sale of alcoholic liquor by civic, charitable, governmental, or other not-for-pecuniary-profit organizations on specified premises or within an area specifically designated in the license for no longer than a period of 48 hours.  Class E license shall be available only to such not-for-pecuniary-profit organizations whose offices are located within the village.
            2.   Class E licenses shall also authorize the service of alcoholic liquor, for consumption on the specified premises, by holders of a Class B license for no longer than a period of 48 hours, for special promotional activities related to the sale of alcoholic liquor.  The conditions and restrictions set forth in division (A)(5)(e) below shall not apply to Class E licenses issued under this division (A)(5)(a)2.
         (b)   The fee for the issuance of a Class E license for the period allowed shall be $25.
         (c)   The application for a Class E license shall be made to the Liquor Commissioner under oath, accompanied by the required fee, and shall contain the information and be in the form as may be required by the Liquor Commissioner.  The Liquor Commissioner shall determine, in his or her sole determination, whether it is in the best interests of the village to issue such a license.
         (d)   All of the other terms, conditions, and provisions of this chapter shall be applicable to the issuance of a Class E license, except as specifically provided in this division (A)(5), and also except that the restrictions under §§ 110.27 and 110.30 may be waived by the Local Liquor Commissioner when the license is issued for the premises owned or occupied by the civic, charitable, governmental, or other not-for-pecuniary-profit organization.
         (e)   Any license issued as a Class E license shall be subject to the following conditions and restrictions.
            1.   The area operated for sale of alcoholic liquor under a Class E license shall require the same to be adequately fenced with a snow fence of no less than 4 feet in height or in a defined area or space within a building.
            2.   The area licensed shall have 1 or more entrances (not to exceed 4 in number) of not more than 5 feet in with each.
            3.   No person under the age of 21 years shall enter a licensed premises, except in cases where a licensee is selling food; and in that event, a person under the age of 21 years, when accompanied by his or her parents or legal guardian, may enter the licensed premises with the parent or legal guardian until 9:00 p.m.  After 9:00 p.m., no person under the age of 21 years shall be allowed in the licensed premises.  It shall be the responsibility of the licensee, operation, and employees of the licensee to enforce the time limits set above and to remove persons under the age of 21 years from the licensed premises after 9:00 p.m.
            4.   No person under the age of 21 years shall be allowed to consume, purchase, or possess any alcoholic liquor in the licensed premises.  It shall be the responsibility of the licensee, operator, and employees of the licensee to enforce this age provision by providing a responsible person or persons to check and establish the age of each person consuming alcoholic liquor within the licensed premises.
            5.   Any violation of this section, state law, or other local ordinance, or any disorder, fighting, or lewd operations shall result in the suspension of the license issued pursuant to this division (A)(5), in addition to any other penalty as provided by law.
      (6)   Class F-fast food.  Licenses shall authorize the retail sale of alcoholic liquor for consumption on the licensed premises and within a permanent structure and shall be granted only for a premises which derives 70% or more of its gross income from the sale of food. Service of alcoholic liquor shall be only during the time that full meals are bing served and a full menu is in effect. Such a license shall not be granted to restaurant.  All such liquor services shall be from a service bar only; said bar shall not be available for customer use. No sale of alcoholic liquor shall be permitted in drive-up or drive-through or other similar facility. The annual fee for a Class F license shall be $600.00 per year payable in two equal installments, the first of which shall be deposited with the application for license and thereafter the license fee shall be paid one-half on May 1, and on-half on November 1 of each year.
   (B)   Any person, firm, or corporation having a retail liquor license in full force and effect on 11-1-1990 shall, if otherwise eligible under the terms of this chapter, be permitted to secure a renewal of the license from year to year so long as the license shall not at any time be revoked or permitted to lapse. The renewals shall be continuous, however, for the purpose of determining the continuity of license renewals, as above set forth, the widow of any deceased licensee (who held a license on 11-1-1990, which has never been permitted to lapse) or the adult child of the deceased licensee as the widow may designate shall, if otherwise qualified, be deemed one and the same as the deceased licensee.  Or if there shall be no widow, then the eldest resident adult child of the deceased licensee may make the designation.  If there is no widow or adult child of the deceased licensee, then the license shall not be renewable.
(Ord. 1990-13, passed - -1990; Am. Ord. 1991-01, passed 4-9-1991; Am. Ord. 2010-11, passed 8-26-2010; Am. Ord. 2013-08, passed 7-9-2013)  Penalty, see § 110.99