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In addition to the other applicable conditions and requirements of this chapter, Class J liquor licensees may serve alcoholic liquor brought into the licensed premises by a patron subject to the following provisions, conditions and restrictions:
A. It shall be unlawful:
1. To serve any type of alcoholic liquor that is brought into the licensed premises by a patron other than beer or wine;
2. For any person under the age of twenty one (21) years to bring beer or wine into a licensed premises;
3. For any person to bring beer or wine into the licensed premises in an unsealed container or receptacle, or in a container or receptacle other than its "original package" as defined in section 1-3.06 of the Liquor Control Act of 1934 1 ;
4. For a person to bring more than seven hundred fifty milliliters (750 mL) of wine or thirty six (36) ounces of beer into the licensed premises per day;
5. For a liquor licensee to serve any person beer or wine that is brought into the licensed premises by a patron who is:
a. Under the age of twenty one (21) years; or
b. Not seated at a table and being served a meal;
6. For any person other than an employee of the licensed premises to open or pour the container of beer or wine;
7. For any person to exit the licensed premises with an open container of beer or an open container of wine, provided, however, that a person may exit the licensed premises with one partially consumed bottle of wine that has been sealed in compliance with section 6-33 of the Liquor Control Act of 1934 2 ;
8. To store on the licensed premises after the permitted consumption hours any unconsumed beer or wine that was brought into the licensed premises by a patron.
B. The licensed premises may charge a service or corkage fee for the serving of beer or wine that is brought into the licensed premises by a patron. (Ord. G-1057, 10-13-2015)
1. 235 ILCS 5/1-3.06.
2. 235 ILCS 5/6-33.