Monroe County, IL
 
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
GENERAL REFERENCES
Coin-operated machines — See Ch. 8, Art. V.
Article I Generally

§ 21-1-1 Construction of code.

§ 21-1-2 Words and phrases defined.

§ 21-1-3 Scope of code.

Article II Licenses

§ 21-2-1 Appointment of Local Liquor Control Commissioner.

§ 21-2-2 License required.

§ 21-2-3 Applications.

§ 21-2-4 Examination of applicant.

§ 21-2-5 Prohibited licensees.

§ 21-2-6 Term; fee submitted in advance.

§ 21-2-7 Classification — fees.

§ 21-2-8 Nature of license.

§ 21-2-9 Display of license.

§ 21-2-10 Record of licenses.

§ 21-2-11 Separate license for each premises — transfer.

Article III Regulations

§ 21-3-1 Hours.

§ 21-3-2 Happy hours prohibited.

§ 21-3-3 Prohibited locations.

§ 21-3-4 Change of location.

§ 21-3-5 Stores selling school supplies, lunches, etc.

§ 21-3-6 Drinking on public ways.

§ 21-3-7 Transporting, etc., in motor vehicles.

§ 21-3-8 Liquor in vehicles; underaged.

§ 21-3-9 Restricted residential areas.

§ 21-3-10 Election days.

§ 21-3-11 Unlawful acts.

§ 21-3-12 Entertainers and conduct.

§ 21-3-13 Visual displays.

§ 21-3-14 Attire and conduct.

§ 21-3-15 Sanitary conditions.

§ 21-3-16 Diseased employees.

§ 21-3-17 Health permit.

§ 21-3-18 Peddling.

§ 21-3-19 Gambling; exceptions.

§ 21-3-20 Disorderly house.

§ 21-3-21 Prohibited sales — generally.

§ 21-3-22 Persons selling liquor.

§ 21-3-23 Unlawful purchase of liquor.

§ 21-3-24 Identification required.

§ 21-3-25 Transfer of identification card.

§ 21-3-26 Posting warning.

§ 21-3-27 Exclusionary provision.

§ 21-3-28 Inspections.

§ 21-3-29 Loans.

§ 21-3-30 Access from licensed premises to dwelling quarters.

§ 21-3-31 Refilling original packages.

§ 21-3-32 Altercations.

Article IV Violations and Penalties

§ 21-4-1 Owner of premises permitting violation.

§ 21-4-2 Acts of agent or employee — liability; knowledge.

§ 21-4-3 Revocation of license after conviction.

§ 21-4-4 Revocation of license when employee convicted.

§ 21-4-5 Misbranding.

§ 21-4-6 Abatement of place used in violation.

§ 21-4-7 Revocation of licenses.

§ 21-4-8 Revocation or suspension of local license; notice and hearing.

§ 21-4-9 Use of premises for one year after revocation.