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A. The following kinds of conduct, whether actual or simulated, are prohibited in the city within or upon any premises licensed to sell alcoholic liquor:
1. Any act of sexual intercourse, masturbation, sodomy, bestiality, oral copulation, or flagellation; or
2. Any sexual act prohibited by law; or
3. Any touching, caressing or fondling of or on any person's breast, buttocks, anus or genitals; or
4. Any exposure to public view or public display of any part of any person's pubic hair, anus, or genitals; or any exposure to public view or public display of any part of the female breast below the top of the areola which is not covered by a fully opaque covering or clothing; or
5. Any entertainment or activity which involves the wetting of the upper torso of a female or pelvic area of a male or female; or
6. The display of any film, video, electronic reproduction, or picture depicting any act prohibited by subsections A1 through A5 of this section; or
7. Wrestling, mud wrestling, live fashion shows of lingerie or swimwear or any sexually suggestive clothing or items; any displays or live shows of lingerie or swimwear or any sexually suggestive clothing or items; wet T-shirt contests; any "ladies night" promotion or performances advertised or limited to audiences of one sex; and all other similar events of a like nature; or
8. Competitions, displays, exhibitions or the like of any type for which prizes are awarded or given, unless a permit therefor has first been issued by the local liquor control commissioner; however, notwithstanding the above, no permit shall be required for bowling leagues or bowling competitions, displays or exhibitions for which prizes are awarded or given; or
9. Any adult uses, including any of the following:
a. Sale, loaning or providing any books, magazines, or films on premises by use of motion picture, video or other devices or any other coin operated means, and other periodicals which are distinguished or characterized by their emphasis on matter depicting, describing or relating to any sexual activities prohibited in this section, or any specified anatomical areas prohibited in this section; or
b. The presentation of any material having as a dominant theme material distinguished or characterized by its emphasis on matter depicting, describing or relating to sexual activities prohibited in this section, or any specified anatomical areas prohibited in this section; or
c. Topless dancers, strippers, male or female impersonators, any entertainers who display any specified anatomical areas prohibited in this section or entertainers who, by reason of their appearance or conduct, perform in a manner which is designed primarily to appeal to the prurient interest of any patron or person present or entertainers who engage in, or engage in explicit simulation of, any sexual activities prohibited in this section; or
10. The permitting by any licensee, or any employee, officer, director or agent of any licensee, of any person to remain within or upon a licensed premises when such person is in violation of any of the provisions of this section.
B. Such conduct shall be prohibited if the establishment is open for business or has patrons present, and:
1. The conduct is sponsored, promoted or in any way facilitated by the licensed premises or any of its employees, officers, directors or agents; or
2. The conduct takes place in any way such that it may reasonably be expected to be viewed by others.
C. 1. Application for a permit for an event in which a permit is required when a prize or prizes are awarded shall be made by filing a detailed description of the event and all prizes, together with all relevant details, with the local liquor control commissioner.
2. The application shall be accompanied with a twenty five dollar ($25.00) filing fee and shall be filed at least thirty (30) days prior to the date a determination is desired.
3. The application shall be supplemented with all reasonable additional information as may be requested from time to time by the local liquor control commissioner.
4. In the event that the local liquor control commissioner denies the application, the applicant may appeal the same to the Illinois state liquor control commission. (Ord. 16-O-12, 3-1-2016)