§ 113.15  DEFINITION.
   For the purpose of §§ 113.01et seq., the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   CAUSE.  The doing or omitting of any act, or permitting any condition to exist in connection with any trade, profession, business, or privilege for which a license or permit is granted under the provisions of this code, or upon any premises or facilities used in connection therewith, which act, omission, or condition is:
      (1)   Contrary to the health, morals, safety, or welfare of the public;
      (2)   Unlawful, irregular, or fraudulent in nature;
      (3)   Unauthorized or beyond the scope of the license or permit granted; or
      (4)   Forbidden by the provisions of this code or any duly established rule or regulation of the village applicable to the trade, profession, business, or privilege for which the license or permit has been granted.
(1984 Code, § 6.15)