§ 110.18  CLASSIFICATIONS AND FEES.
   Licenses are divided into five classes:
   (A)   Class A licenses.  Class A licenses, which shall authorize the retail sale on the premises specified, of alcoholic liquor for consumption on the premises, commonly described as whiskeys, gins, brandies, wines, and the like, as well as other retail sales of such alcoholic liquors. The fee for such license on an annual basis shall be $200.
   (B)   Class B licenses.  Class B licenses, which shall authorize the retail sale on the premises specified of alcoholic liquors consisting of beer and light wines for consumption on the premises as well as other retail sales of such alcoholic liquors. The annual fee for such license shall be $200.
   (C)   Class C licenses.  Class C licenses, which shall authorize the retail sale of any alcoholic liquor, but not for consumption on the premises where sold. The annual fee for such license shall be $200.
   (D)   Class D licenses.  Class D licenses, which shall authorize the retail sale of alcoholic liquors consisting of beer and light wines, but not for consumption on the premises. The annual fee for such license shall be $40.
   (E)   Class E licenses.  Class E licenses, which shall authorize the retail sale of alcoholic liquors by a club, for which license the annual fee shall be $80.
   (F)   Class F licenses. 
      (1)   Class F licenses, which shall permit the retail sale of alcoholic liquor for consumption on the premises of restaurants, but not for consumption off the premises of restaurants, and not for resale in any form.  For the purpose of this Class F license, a restaurant is defined to mean a public place kept, used, maintained, advertised and held out to the public where meals are served and where meals actually are served and regularly served without sleeping accommodations; such space being provided with adequate and sanitary kitchen and dining room equipment and capacity, and having employed therein a sufficient number and kind of employees to prepare, cook and serve suitable foods for its guests; it is further provided that a restaurant as herein defined shall mean an establishment which derives more than 50% of its gross sales from the sale of food.  The annual fee for such license shall be $200.  There shall be no limit on the number of Class F licenses.
      (2)   At any time during the license period or prior to the renewal of a Class F license, the Local Liquor Control Commissioner may order the licensee to produce their accounting records to determine if the licensee is qualified to hold a Class F liquor license.  The failure of the licensee to produce the records for the Local Liquor Control Commissioner upon request shall result in the automatic revocation of a Class F liquor license.
      (3)   At the time of renewal of a Class F license, the licensee shall produce to the Local Liquor Control Commissioner their accounting records to determine if the licensee is qualified to hold a Class F liquor license.  If the licensee fails to produce the records the Local Liquor Control Commissioner at the time of the renewal of the Class F liquor licenses, the Class F liquor license shall not be renewed.
   (G)   Establishments licensed under the Video Gaming Act, ILCS Ch. 230, Act 40, §§ 1 et seq. shall pay a $25 fee per year to the village for each video gaming terminal located within the establishment.
('73 Code, § 34.06(b))  (Am. Ord. 508, passed 2-3-87; Am. Ord. 1095, passed 8-6-12)