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A. Prohibited Activities On Licensed Premises:
1. No holder of a liquor license, its agent or employee shall allow, permit or suffer to maintain on the licensed premises any person who engages in an act which constitutes soliciting for a prostitute or soliciting for a juvenile prostitute as defined in 720 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/11-15 and 5/11-15.1. No holder of a liquor license, its agent or employee shall commit any act which constitutes keeping a place of prostitution as set forth in 720 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/11-17 on the licensed premises.
2. No holder of a liquor license, its agent or employee shall allow or permit any gambling on any premises licensed to sell alcoholic liquor.
3. No holder of a liquor license, its agent or employee shall allow, permit or suffer to remain on the licensed premises any person who solicits any customer or patron of the licensed premises to purchase alcoholic liquor or nonalcoholic beverages.
4. No holder of a liquor license, its agent or employee shall allow or permit any employee or contractor who performs any dance or exhibition on the licensed premises to solicit or accept payment of money or other valuable consideration from any customer or patron of the licensed premises for such performance.
5. No holder of a liquor license, its agent or employee shall employ or contract with any person to engage in any live act, dance or exhibition on the licensed premises in any room or area where alcoholic liquor is sold, dispensed, or delivered unless such act, demonstration, dance or exhibition is performed on a single continuous stage which has an area of not less than one hundred (100) square feet and which, if circular, has a radius of not less than six feet (6') and which, if square or rectangular, has a width at its smallest point of not less than ten feet (10').
6. No holder of a liquor license, its agent or employee shall allow, permit or suffer any person to engage in any live act, demonstration, dance, exhibition or appearance on the licensed premises which exposes to public view:
a. His or her genitals, pubic hair, buttocks, perineum and anal region or pubic hair region; or
b. Any device, costume or covering (including latex, plastic or other substances) which gives the appearance of or simulates the genitals, pubic hair, buttocks, perineum, anal region or pubic hair region; or
c. Any portion of the female breast below the top of the areola, or any simulation thereof.
For purposes of this section, any of the items described in subsections A6a through A6c of this section shall be considered exposed to public view if it is uncovered or is less than completely and opaquely covered.
7. No holder of a liquor license, its agent or employee shall allow, permit or suffer the following kinds of conduct; nor allow, permit or suffer books, magazines, or coin operated motion picture devices depicting, describing or relating to the following kinds of conduct to be present on the licensed premises:
a. The performance of acts, or simulated acts, of sexual intercourse, masturbation, sodomy, bestiality, oral copulation, flagellation or any sexual acts which are prohibited by law;
b. The actual or simulated touching, caressing or fondling of the breast, buttocks, anus or genitals; or
c. The actual or simulated displaying of the breasts, pubic hair, anus, vulva, or genitals; or
d. The permitting by a licensee of any person to remain in or upon the licensed premises who exposes his or her genitals or anus to public view.
8. No holder of a liquor license shall present for public view on the premises films, movies, previews, trailers or advertisements which are distinguished by their emphasis on matters depicting, describing or relating to specified sexual activities or specified anatomical areas.
9. No holder of a liquor license, its agent or employee shall allow, permit or suffer any entertainment, fashion show, presentation or performance which may include any person in a nude or seminude state, including, but not limited to, servers, hosts, hostesses, dancers, singers, models or other performance artists, or to permit role playing interactions.
10. No liquor licensee may permit a patron to bring alcoholic liquor into a licensed premises for consumption in the licensed premises except for:
a. Class A-1 liquor licensees with banquet hall facilities containing not less than three thousand (3,000) square feet of floor space open to the public;
b. Class A-2 liquor licensees with banquet hall facilities containing not less than three thousand (3,000) square feet of floor space open to the public;
c. Class J liquor licensees;
d. Class E liquor licensees, provided that such consumption occurs only within hotel or motel rooms; and
e. Special event licensees specifically authorized within such special event license to allow patrons to bring alcoholic liquor onto a licensed premises for consumption on the licensed premises.
Nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to prevent a food hall restaurant (whether or not such food hall restaurant holds a Class A-1 license), food hall coffee shop (whether or not such food hall holds a Class K liquor license), or licensed food hall from allowing patrons to bring alcoholic liquor into their respective licensed premises that was purchased from the other licensed premises comprising or adjacent to the same licensed food hall.
Nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to prevent the holder of a Class A-4 license or applicable store tenant from allowing customers with alcoholic beverages from moving between the adjacent restaurant areas and retail service areas established pursuant to section 4-1-16.8 of this chapter.
B. Limitations On The Sale And Promotion Of Alcoholic Liquor On Licensed Premises:
1. It shall be unlawful for any licensee, or any employee or agent of any licensee, on licensed premises where alcoholic liquor is sold or offered for sale for consumption thereon, to engage in any of the following practices:
a. Delivery of two (2) or more drinks to one person at one time.
b. Sell, offer for sale, or delivery to any person an unlimited number of drinks during any set period of time for a fixed price, except at private functions not open to the public.
c. Increase the volume of alcoholic liquor contained in a drink without a proportionate increase in the price charged for such drink as compared to prices during the same calendar week.
d. Encouraging or permitting on the licensed premises any game or contest which involves drinking or the awarding of drinks as prizes.
2. No licensee shall advertise or promote in any way, whether within or outside the licensed premises, any of the practices prohibited under this section.
3. Nothing contained in this section shall prohibit a licensee from engaging in any of the following practices:
a. Offering free food or entertainment at any time;
b. Offering a drink as part of a meal or hotel services package;
c. Offering free winetastings;
d. Offering room service to registered guests in hotels licensed for such service;
e. Selling pitchers or the equivalent, including, but not limited to, buckets, carafes or bottles of alcoholic liquor which are customarily sold in such manner and delivered to two (2) or more persons at one time.
f. Discounting any drink of alcoholic liquor during a specified time only if:
(1) The price of the drink of alcoholic liquor is not changed during the time that it is discounted;
(2) The period of time during which any drink of alcoholic liquor is discounted does not exceed four (4) hours per day and fifteen (15) hours per week; however, this period of time is not required to be consecutive and may be divided by the licensee in any manner;
(3) The drink of alcoholic liquor is not discounted between the hours of ten o'clock (10:00) P.M. and the licensed premises' closing hour; and
(4) Notice of the discount of the drink of alcoholic liquor during a specified time is posted on the licensed premises or on the licensee's publicly available website at least seven (7) days prior to the specified time.
C. Peddling Prohibited: It shall be unlawful to peddle alcoholic liquor in the Village. (Ord. G-570, 5-14-1996; Ord. G-587, 4-8-1997; Ord. G-591, 5-13-1997; Ord. G-713, 2-25-2003; Ord. G-731, 10-14-2003; Ord. G-1046, 4-14-2015; Ord. G-1057, 10-13-2015; Ord. G-1078, 7-12-2016; Ord. G-1098, 1-24-2017; Ord. G-1138, 10-23-2018)