§ 110.020  LICENSE CLASSIFICATIONS.
   Licenses shall be applied for and issued in one of the following classes.
   (A)   Class A license shall authorize the sale on the specified premises of alcoholic liquor for consumption in an enclosed building and also authorize the sale of alcoholic liquor in its original package not for consumption on the premises. This class shall not permit entertainment on the premises.
   (B)   Class A1 license shall authorize the sale on the specified premises in an enclosed building of alcoholic liquor for consumption in the premises and also authorize the sale of alcoholic liquor in its original package not for consumption on the premises.  This class shall permit entertainment on the premises.
   (C)   Class AG license shall authorize the sale of alcoholic liquor upon premises used for agri-tourism, as that term is defined in the Will County Zoning Code. This Class shall authorize the sale of liquor for consumption on the premises during daylight hours and in illuminated areas during evening hours. This Class shall also authorize the sale of alcoholic liquor upon the specified premises of packaged alcoholic liquor, not for consumption on the premises and which is either produced or manufactured on the premises. This class shall permit tasting or sampling on the premises.
   (D)   Class B license shall authorize the sale on the specified premises of alcoholic liquor for consumption in an enclosed building only.  This class shall not permit entertainment on the premises.
   (E)   Class B1 license shall authorize the sale on the specified premises in an enclosed building of alcoholic liquor for consumption in the premises in an enclosed building only. This class shall permit entertainment on the premises.
   (F)   Class C license shall authorize the sale on the specified premises of alcoholic liquor in its original package not for consumption on the premises. It shall be lawful, however, to permit the tasting or sampling of alcoholic liquor on the premises if the tasting or sampling is part of a promotion, is of a temporary nature, or if no direct or indirect charge is made therefor. This class shall not permit entertainment on the premises.
   (G)   Class C1 license shall authorize the sale on the specified premises of a gas station of alcoholic liquor in its original package not for consumption on the premises. This class shall not permit entertainment, tasting or sampling on the premises.
   (H)   Class C2 license shall authorize the sale on the specified premises of beer and wine in its original package not for consumption on the premises. This class shall not permit entertainment, tasting or sampling on the premises.
   (I)   Class D license shall authorize the sale on the specified premises of beer and wine for consumption on the premises within an enclosed building only. This class shall not permit entertainment on the premises.
   (J)   Class D1 license shall authorize the holder to serve alcoholic liquors for consumption either on-site or off-site, whether the location is licensed or unlicensed, as an incidental part of a food service that serves prepared meals which excludes the serving of snacks as the primary meal. Prepared meals and alcoholic liquors are sold at a package price agreed upon under contract.
   (K)   Class E license shall authorize the sale on the specified premises of a restaurant or hotel for consumption on the premises and within an enclosed building only, where alcohol is served at tables only, as an integral part of a food service operation.
   (L)   Class F license shall authorize the sale of alcoholic liquor upon the specified premises for consumption on the premises only, to club members and guests who are personally accompanied by a club member.
   (M)   (1)   Under the conditions prescribed herein, and unless the Liquor Commissioner otherwise requires in his or her discretion for the public good, Class F or GC licenses shall be allowed to hold special events as described under § 110.021(B) and shall not be limited as to the number or frequency thereof, solely as the following conditions are met:
         (a)   Not less than 72 hours before the event, licensee shall inform the Liquor Commissioner in writing of the event and provide information as the Liquor Commissioner shall require;
         (b)   No event shall take place between the hours from sunrise to sunset;
         (c)   The event shall be subject to other conditions as the Liquor Commissioner shall require; and
         (d)   Any on-duty County Sheriff’s deputy may order the immediate cessation of the event if, in his or her discretion, it is necessary for the public health, safety and welfare or if, in his or her discretion, the event is disruptive to the neighborhood or surrounding area.
      (2)   In determining whether to require a specific special event license, the Liquor Commissioner shall consider any elements listed in this chapter.
(1980 Code, § 110.022)  (Res. 86-90, adopted 6-19-1986; Res. 90-104, adopted 5-17-1990; Res. 95-38, adopted 2-16-1995; Res. 95-88, adopted 4-20-1995; Res. 97-59, adopted 3-20-1997; Res. 02-430, adopted 9-19-2002; Res. 03-296, adopted 6-19-2003; Ord. 05-500, adopted 11-17-2005; Ord. 19-71, passed 3-21-2019)