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A. Medical Examinations Required: It shall be unlawful for any person to be employed in or about the premises used for retail sale of alcoholic liquor or for such person to serve alcoholic liquor unless the owner of such place of business shall have in his possession a certificate of a duly licensed physician under the laws of the state of Illinois certifying that such person is not afflicted with or a carrier of any contagious, infectious or sexually transmitted disease. Such certificate shall be obtained within thirty (30) days after May 1 of each year by every person serving or intending to serve alcoholic liquor. In the event of employment subsequent to that time, such certificate shall be obtained no later than three (3) days after the beginning of such employment.
B. Age: It shall be unlawful for any licensee to engage or employ or permit any person to serve or dispense alcoholic liquor upon licensed premises who is under the age of twenty one (21) years. (Ord. 16-O-12, 3-1-2016)