A person commits residential picketing when he or she pickets before or about the residence or dwelling of any person, except when the residence or dwelling is used as a place of business. This section does not apply to a person peacefully picketing his own residence or dwelling, and does not prohibit the peaceful picketing of a place of employment involved in a labor dispute, or the place of holding a meeting or assembly on premises commonly used to discuss subjects of general public interest.
(ILCS Ch. 720, Act 5, § 21.1-2) (`79 Code, § 130.380) Penalty, see § 10.99