All businesses or commercial establishments licensed under this Code which invite the public generally into their establishments for the purpose of conducting business or commercial activities shall be subject to the following regulations in addition to all other applicable provisions of this Code:
   A.   Sanitation Facilities: All areas within the licensed premises where the public may enter shall be kept in a safe and sanitary condition, and at least one (1) restroom shall be provided for use by the business invitees of the licensee.
   B.   Insurance Requirements: All such businesses shall purchase and maintain at all times a public liability insurance policy in an amount determined by the Village with a responsible insurer qualified to do business in Illinois, to secure payment of any loss or damage to the public resulting from the operation of the licensee’s business. Said insurance policy shall provide for the payment and satisfaction of any final judgment rendered against the licensee and that suit may be brought in any court of competent jurisdiction upon such policy by any person having claims arising from the operation of the licensee’s business. Proof of such insurance policy shall be presented to the Director of the Health and Licensing Department prior to the issuance or renewal of any annual license to which this section applies.
   C.   Consumer Protection: All business or commercial establishments subject to this section shall refrain from all deceptive trade practices as defined by State or Federal law or regulation and shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations regarding consumer protection and deceptive trade practices. In the event of any such violation, the business license of the establishment may be revoked pursuant to section 4-1-16 of this chapter.
(Ord. 75-12-17D, 12-17-1975)