In any case in which a licensee appeals to the Illinois Liquor Control Commission a suspension or revocation by the Liquor Control Commissioner that is the second or subsequent such suspension or revocation placed on that licensee within the preceding twelve (12) month period, the licensee shall consider the suspension or revocation to be in effect until a reversal of the Liquor Control Commissioner’s action has been issued by the Illinois Liquor Control Commission and shall cease all activity otherwise authorized by the license. The Illinois Liquor Control Commission shall expedite, to the greatest extent possible, its consideration of any appeal that is an appeal of a second or subsequent suspension or revocation within the past twelve (12) month period.
Any five (5) residents of the County shall have the right to file a complaint with the Liquor Control Commissioner, stating that a licensee under this Code has been or is violating the provisions of this Code, the Act or any rules or regulations issued thereunder. Such complaint shall be made in writing and shall be signed and sworn to by the parties complaining. The complaint shall state the particular provision, rule or regulation believed to have been violated and the facts in detail upon which such belief is based. If the Liquor Control Commissioner is satisfied that the complaint substantially charges a violation, and that from the facts alleged, there is reasonable cause for such belief, the matter shall be set for hearing, and shall serve notice upon the licensee of the time and place of such hearing and of the particular charges in the complaint.
Every lot, parcel or tract of land, and every building, structure, tent, railroad car, boat, wagon, vehicle, establishment or place whatsoever, together with all furniture, fixtures, ornaments and machinery located thereon, wherein there shall be conducted any unlawful sale of any alcoholic liquor, or whereon or wherein there shall be kept, stored, concealed or allowed any alcoholic liquor intended for illegal sale or to be sold, disposed of or in any other manner used in violation of any of the provisions of this Code, is hereby declared to be a public nuisance and shall be abated as provided by the laws of this State for the abatement of public nuisances.
Whenever an officer, director, manager, or other employee in a position of authority of any licensee shall be convicted of any violation of this Chapter while engaged in the course of their employment or while upon the premises described by the license, the license shall be revoked and the fees paid thereon forfeited, both as to the holder of the license and as to the premises, as if said licensee had himself been convicted.
Whenever any licensee shall be convicted of any violation of this Chapter, the license of said licensee may, in the discretion of the Liquor Control Commissioner be revoked and forfeited and all fees paid thereon shall be forfeited, and it shall thereafter be unlawful and shall constitute a further violation of this Chapter for said licensee to continue to operate under such license.
If the owner of the licensed premises or any person from whom the licensee derives the right to possession of such premises, or the agent of such owner or person shall knowingly permit the licensee to use said licensed premises in violation of the terms of this Chapter, said owner, agent or other person shall be punishable in the same manner and to the same extent as if the act or omission had been performed or omitted by said owner, agent or other person personally.
Every act or omission constituting a violation of this Chapter or the Act by any officer, director, manager, member or other agent or employee of the licensee shall be deemed to be an act of the licensee. The licensee shall be punishable in the same manner and to the same extent as if the act or omission had been performed or omitted by the licensee personally.
In addition to any other penalties imposed by this Chapter, any person who violates any provision of this Chapter shall be guilty of a petty offense and fined not more than One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00). (Ord. No. 2010-11; 05–04–10)
Appeal of any order of the Liquor Control Commissioner shall be as provided in the Act; provided, however, appeal shall be limited to a review of the official record of the proceedings. The official record shall be a certified official record of the proceedings taken and prepared by a certified court reporter or certified shorthand reporter. A copy of this record shall be filed by the Liquor Control Commissioner within five (5) days after notice of the filing of such appeal is received by the County from the Illinois Liquor Control Commission.
The following shall apply to any hearing held pursuant to this Chapter:
(A) Any hearing conducted before the Liquor Control Commissioner shall be open to the public and shall be held at a reasonable time, date and place;
(B) The Liquor Control Commissioner shall have the power to issue subpoenas for witnesses, to place witnesses under oath and to rule on objections, to conduct the hearing in an efficient manner, to dismiss charges to impose fines, suspensions and revocations;
(C) A party to the hearing may present evidence and argument;
(D) The Liquor Control Commissioner may limit, but not prohibit, the presentation of evidence and argument;
(E) The State’s Attorney shall have the burden of proving by a preponderance of the evidence the charges alleged against the licensee;
(F) A licensee may be represented by an attorney licensed to practice law in this State;
(G) The hearing shall be informal and strict rules of evidence shall not apply;
(H) The Liquor Control Commissioner shall reduce all evidence to writing and shall maintain an official record of the proceedings. Such record shall be made by a certified court reporter or certified shorthand reporter;
(I) The Liquor Control Commissioner may grant a continuance for good cause shown;
(J) The Liquor Control Commissioner may issue an ex parte judgment where the licensee has received notice as required under this Chapter and fails to appear at the hearing; and
(K) The Liquor Control Commissioner shall, within five (5) days after such hearing, if it determines after such hearing that the license should be revoked, suspended and/or fined, state the reason or reasons for such determination in a written order of revocation, suspension and/or fine and shall serve a copy of such order within the five (5) days upon the licensee. The findings of the Liquor Control Commissioner shall be predicated upon competent evidence.
Whenever this Chapter requires a hearing before the Liquor Control Commissioner or the Liquor Control Commissioner acts affirmatively concerning a license or licensee, the licensee shall be afforded reasonable notice of such hearing. Such notice shall include the following:
(A) The time, place, and nature of the charge;
(B) The date when the appearance of the licensee is required before the Liquor Control Commissioner;
(C) A statement of the legal authority and jurisdiction under which the hearing is to be held;
(D) A reference to the particular sections of this Chapter at issue; and
(E) A statement informing the licensee of his ability to respond by presenting evidence and argument.
No license issued under this Chapter shall be revoked or suspended and no licensee shall be fined except after a public hearing by the Liquor Control Commissioner with a three (3) day written notice to the licensee affording the licensee an opportunity to appear and defend; provided, however, if the Liquor Control Commissioner has reason to believe that any continued operation of a particular licensed premises will immediately threaten the welfare of the community the Liquor Control Commissioner may, upon the issuance of a written order stating the reason for such conclusion and without notice or hearing order the licensed premises closed for not more than seven (7) days, giving the licensee an opportunity to be heard during that period, except that if such licensee shall also be engaged in the conduct of another business or businesses on the licensed premises such order shall not be applicable to such other business or businesses.
In addition to, or in lieu of, a suspension or revocation of any license issued under this Chapter, the Liquor Control Commissioner may levy a fine on the licensee upon a determination that the licensee has violated any provision of this Chapter, the Act, the Code or any applicable rule or regulation established by the Liquor Control Commissioner or by the Illinois Liquor Control Commission. The fine imposed for a violation shall not exceed One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00). Each day on which a violation continues shall constitute a separate violation. Proceeds from fines levied under this Chapter shall be paid to the general fund of the County. (Ord. No. 2010-11; 05–04–10)
The Liquor Control Commissioner may revoke or suspend any license issued under this Chapter upon a determination that the licensee has violated any provision of this Chapter, the Act, the Code or any applicable rule or regulation established by the Liquor Control Commissioner or by the Illinois Liquor Control Commission. A period of suspension may not exceed thirty (30) days for each violation, and during such period no alcoholic liquor shall be sold on the licensed premises.
Each and every part of the Act is incorporated into this Chapter by reference and made a part of this Chapter. A violation of any provision of the Act shall be a violation of this Chapter and shall be subject to penalties as set forth in this Chapter.
It shall be the duty of every licensee to make books and records available upon reasonable notice for the purpose of investigation and control by the Liquor Control Commissioner. Such books and records need not be maintained on the licensed premises, but must be maintained in the State of Illinois.
It shall be unlawful for a licensee to refuse to grant admittance to any premises for which a license has been issued at any time upon the verbal request of the Sheriff, any Sheriff’s Deputy, or the Liquor Control Commissioner for the purpose of making an inspection of such premises or any part thereof.
Notwithstanding any other provision of this Chapter, a restaurant licensed to sell alcoholic liquor in this County may permit a patron to remove one unsealed and partially consumed bottle of wine for off-premise consumption provided that the patron has purchased a meal and consumed a portion of the bottle of wine with the meal on the restaurant premises. A partially consumed bottle of wine that is to be removed from the premises pursuant to this Section shall be securely sealed by the licensee or an agent of the licensee prior to removal from the premises and placed in a transparent one-time use tamper-proof bag. The licensee or agent of the licensee shall provide a dated receipt for the bottle of wine to the patron. Pursuant to 235 ILCS 5/6–33, wine that is resealed in accordance with the provisions of this Section and not tampered with and transported in accordance with the restrictions of subsections (a) and (b) of Section 11–502 of the Illinois Vehicle Code shall not be deemed to violate Section 11–502 of the Illinois Vehicle Code.
(A) No licensee shall allow or permit the following acts or conduct, or the showing of films, still pictures, electronic reproduction, or other visual reproduction depicting the following acts or conduct, upon licensed premises:
Acts or simulated acts of sexual intercourse, masturbation, sodomy, bestiality, oral copulation, flagellation or any sexual act;
Actual or simulated touching, caressing or fondling of breasts, buttocks, pubic hair, anus or genitals;
Actual or simulated display of breasts, buttocks, pubic hair, anus or genitals;
Permit any person to remain upon licensed premises who exposes to pubic view any portion of his or her breasts, buttocks, pubic hair, anus or genitals;
A display, showing or viewing of any type depicting a live performance of any act or conduct prohibited by this Section.
(B) No licensed premises shall have a common entrance or passageway with place of entertainment or business in which any of the acts or conduct described in this Section are performed or allowed to be performed.
(A) It shall be unlawful for any person under the age of eighteen (18) years to enter upon premises where alcoholic liquors, spirits, beer or wine are sold by the holder of a Class “A” license, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
(B) No license holding a Class “A” license shall permit any person under the age of eighteen (18) years not accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to enter the licensed premises. For the purpose of preventing the violation of this Section, any holder of a liquor license or their agent or employee may refuse to permit entry onto the licensed premises of any person under the age of eighteen (18) years who is unable to produce adequate written evidence of the fact that the person accompanying such person under the age of eighteen (18) years is that person’s parent or guardian. (Amended in Ordinance No. 2009–13)
(A) It shall be unlawful for any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years to attend any bar or to sell, draw, pour or mix any alcoholic liquor in any licensed retail premises which holds a Class A, B, C, E, F, G or H license.
(B) It shall be unlawful for any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years to attend any bar or to sell, draw, pour or mix any alcoholic liquor in any licensed retail premises which holds a Class D license; provided, however, a person who has attained the age of eighteen (18) years may sell at retail and serve alcoholic liquor as part of the service of a meal in such licensed retail premises. (Ord. No. 2009–13; 08–17–09)
(A) Any person to whom the sale, gift or delivery of any alcoholic liquor is prohibited because of age shall not purchase or accept a gift of such alcoholic liquor or have such alcoholic liquor in his possession.
(B) If a licensee, or their agents or employees, believe or have reason to believe that a sale or delivery of any alcoholic liquor is prohibited because of the age of the prospective recipient, he shall, before making such sale or delivery, demand presentation of some form of positive identification, containing proof of age, issued by a public officer in the performance of his official duties.
(C) No person shall transfer, alter or deface such an identification card; use the identification card of another; carry or use a false or forged identification card; or obtain an identification card by means of false information.
(D) No person shall purchase, accept delivery, or have possession of alcoholic liquor in violation of this Chapter.
(E) The consumption of alcoholic liquor by any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years is forbidden.
(F) The possession and dispensing or consumption by a person under twenty-one (21) years of age of alcoholic liquor in the performance of a religious service or ceremony, or the consumption by a person under twenty-one (21) years of age under the direct supervision and approval of the parent or parents or those persons standing in loco parentis of such person under twenty-one (21) years of age in the privacy of a home is not prohibited by this Chapter. (Ord. No. 2009–13; 08–17–09)
(A) No licensee, nor any officer, associate, member, representative, agent or employee of such licensee shall sell, give or deliver alcoholic liquor to any person under the age of twenty-one(21) years, or to any intoxicated person or to any person known by him or her to be under
(B) No person, after purchasing or otherwise obtaining alcoholic liquor shall sell, give or deliver such alcoholic liquor to another person under the age of twenty-one(21) years, except in the performance of a religious ceremony or service. (See 235 ILCS 5/6–16)
A licensee shall not permit any disorderly conduct or disturbance of the peace on the licensed premises. A licensee must report, in writing, the occurrence of any such disorderly conduct or disturbance of the peace to the Liquor Control Commissioner within seven (7) days. (See 235 ILCS 5/4–1)
It is unlawful to keep, place, maintain, or operate any gambling device or instrument in and upon the premises used or occupied as a place where alcoholic liquor is sold or given away unless permitted under the laws of this State. (See 720 ILCS 5/28–1)
All premises used for the retail sale of alcoholic liquor or for the storage of such liquor for such sale shall be kept in a clean and sanitary condition, and shall be kept in full compliance with the laws of this State regulating the condition of the premises used for the storage or sale of food for human consumption. (See 410 ILCS 650/1, et seq.)
A licensee may sell alcoholic liquor on the day of any national, state, county or municipal election, including primary elections during the hours the polls are open, subject to all other provisions of this Chapter.
No license shall be issued to any person for the sale at retail of any alcoholic liquor at any store or other place of business where the majority of customers are minors of school age or where the principal business transacted consists of school books, school supplies, food, lunches, or drinks for such minors. (See 235 ILCS 5/6–12)
A license shall permit the sale of alcoholic liquor only on the premises described in the application and license. Such location may be changed only upon the written permit to make such change issued by the Liquor Control Commissioner. No change of location shall be permitted unless the proposed new location is a proper one for the retail sale of alcoholic liquor under the Code and the law of this State. (See 235 ILCS 5/6–11)
No license shall be issued for the sale of any alcoholic liquor at retail within one thousand (1,000) feet of any church, school (other than an institution of higher learning), hospital, home for the aged or indigent persons, or for veterans, their spouses or children or any military or naval station; provided, that this prohibition shall not apply to hotels offering restaurant service, regularly organized clubs or to restaurants, food shops, or other places where the sale of alcoholic liquors is not the principal business carried on if such place of business so exempted shall have been established for such purposes prior to the taking effect of this Chapter; nor to the renewal of a license for the sale at retail of alcoholic liquor on the premises within onethousand (1,000) feet of any church or school where such church or school has been established within such one thousand (1,000) feet since the issuance of the original license. In the case of a church, the distance of one thousand (1,000) feet shall be measured to the nearest part of any building used for worship services or educational programs and not to property boundaries. In the case of a school, the distance of one thousand (1,000) feet shall be measured to the nearest property line.
Nothing in this Section shall prohibit the issuance of a license to a church or private school to sell at retail alcoholic liquor if any such sales are limited to periods when groups are assembled on the premises solely for the promotion of some common object other than the sale or consumption of alcoholic liquors. (See 235 ILCS 5/6–11)
(A) All retail licensees shall maintain a schedule of the prices charged for all drinks of alcoholic liquor to be served and consumed on the licensed premises or in any room or part thereof. Whenever a hotel or multi-use establishment which holds a valid retailer’s license operates on its premises more than one establishment at which drinks of alcoholic liquor are sold at retail, the hotel or multi-use establishment shall maintain at each such establishment a separate schedule of the prices charged for such drinks at the establishment.
(B) No retail licensee or employee or agent of such licensee shall:
Serve two (2) or more drinks of alcoholic liquor at one time to one person for consumption by that one person, except selling or delivering wine by the bottle or carafe;
Sell, offer to sell or serve to any person an unlimited number of drinks of alcoholic liquor during any set period of time for a fixed price, except at private functions not open to the general public;
Sell, offer to sell or serve any drink of alcoholic liquor to any person on any one date at a reduced price other than that charged other purchasers of drinks on that day where such reduced price is a promotion to encourage consumption of alcoholic liquor, except as authorized in subsection (c)(7) of this Section;
Increase the volume of alcoholic liquor contained in a drink, or the size of a drink of alcoholic liquor, without increasing proportionately the price regularly charged for the drink on that day;
Encourage or permit, on the licensed premises, any game or contest which involves drinking alcoholic liquor or the awarding of drinks of alcoholic liquor as prizes for such game or contest on the licensed premises; or
Advertise or promote in any way, whether on or off the licenses premises, any of the practices prohibited under paragraphs (1) through (5).
(C) Nothing in subsection (B) of this Section shall be construed to prohibit a licensee from:
Offering free food or entertainment at any time;
Including drinks or alcoholic liquor as part of a meal package;
Including drinks of alcoholic liquor as part of a hotel package;
Negotiating drinks of alcoholic liquor as part of a contract between a hotel or multi-use establishment and another group for the holding of any function, meeting, convention or trade show;
Providing room service to persons renting rooms at a hotel;
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; or
Increasing prices of drinks of alcoholic liquor in lieu of, in whole, or in part, a cover charge to offset the cost of special entertainment not regularly scheduled.
(A) It shall be unlawful to sell or furnish alcoholic liquor at retail between the hours of twelve o’clock (12:00) A.M. Midnight and six o’clock (6:00) A.M. on any day of the week.
(B) It shall be unlawful to keep open for business, to admit the public, to permit the public to remain within, or to permit the consumption of alcoholic liquor by any person in or upon the licensed premises in which alcoholic liquor is sold at retail between the hours of twelve thirty (12:30) A.M. and six o’clock (6:00) A.M. on any day of the week; provided, however, that any holder of a Class “B”, “C”, “D” or “F” license may remain open during between the hours of twelve thirty (12:30) A.M. and six o’clock (6:00) A.M. for purposes other than the sale of alcoholic liquor. (Amended in Ordinance No. 2011-11)
TheCountyClerk shall provide each holder of a Class “A”, “B”, “C”, “D”, “E”, “F”, “G” or “H” license with a fluorescent decal showing the year and class of the license. The licensee shall display the decal on or near the front door or window of the licensed premises so that the decal is visible to the Sheriff’s patrol.
No license of any class to sell alcoholic liquor shall be issued by the Liquor Control Commissioner unless the applicant therefor has presented a written commitment or “Binder” from a licensed dramshop insurer to insure the said licensee in an amount not less than the maximum limit for recovery provided for in 235 ILCS 5/6–21. The licensee shall contemporaneous with the issuance of a license, present evidence of such insurance (a duplicate policy and a paid receipt for the premium therefor) to the Liquor Control Commissioner. The licensee’s failure to keep such dramshop insurance in force throughout the entire period for which the aforesaid license is issued shall be grounds for revocation of such license. (See 235 ILCS 5/1–3.17–1 and 5/5–1(e))
The Liquor Control Commissioner shall keep or cause to be kept a complete record of all such licenses issued under this Chapter; and shall furnish the County Clerk, Treasurer, Sheriff and State’s Attorney with a copy of each license. Upon the issuance of any new license, or the revocation of any existing license, the Liquor Control Commissioner shall give written notice of such action to the Deputy Liquor Control Commissioners, the County Clerk, the Treasurer, the Sheriff and the State’s Attorney within forty-eight (48) hours of such action. (See 235 ILCS 5/4–1).
All licenses issued under this Chapter shall be signed by the Liquor Control Commissioner and attested by the County Clerk with the seal of his office affixed thereto and shall state thereon the name of the licensee, the address of the licensed premises, the date of issuance of the license, the date of expiration of the license and the class of the license.
(A) A licensee may renew their license at the expiration thereof, provided they are then qualified to receive a license and the premises for which such renewal license is sought are suitable for such purposes; provided that the renewal privilege herein provided shall not be construed as a vested right.
(B) Any license issued to a corporation shall terminate upon transfer of ownership from one person or persons to another of more than thirty percent (30%) of the stock of the corporation, and any application for renewal of the license in the corporation’s name subsequent to the transfer of ownership of more than thirty percent (30%) of the stock of the corporation shall be considered and treated as a new application.
(C) Whenever a non-corporate licensee forms a corporation to operate in lieu of said licensee, a new application and fee is required even when the shareholder or shareholders of said corporation and the licensee or licensees are one and the same persons.
(D) Failure to apply for renewal of a license and/or failure to submit the appropriate fee by the expiration date of the existing license may be considered by the Liquor Control Commissioner as a decision not to renew the license.
Notwithstanding Section 21–3‑9 of this Chapter, the Liquor Control Commissioner, upon receipt of a written application and a transfer fee in the amount of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), may authorize the transfer of any license issued under this Chapter.
A license issued under this Chapter shall be purely a personal privilege, and shall not constitute property nor shall it be subject to attachment, garnishment or execution, nor shall it be alienable or transferable, voluntarily or involuntarily, or subject to being encumbered or hypothecated. A license issued under this Chapter shall not descend by the laws of testate or intestate devolution, but it shall cease upon the death of the licensee, provided that executors and administrators of any estate of the deceased licensee and the trustees of any insolvent or bankrupt licensee, when such estate consists in part of alcoholic liquor, may continue the business of the sale of alcoholic liquor under the order of the court having jurisdiction of such estate and may exercise the privileges of such deceased, insolvent, or bankrupt licensee after the death of such descendent or such insolvency or bankruptcy until the expiration of such license, but not longer than six (6) months after the death, bankruptcy or insolvency of such licensee. (See 235 ILCS 5/6–1)
(A) A Class “A”, “B”, “C”, “D”, “E”, “F”, “G” or “H” license shall be valid for the period beginning January 1 of any year and ending on December 31 of the same year.
(B) A Class “I” license may be granted for the following time periods: one (1) day or less; two (2) or more days to a maximum of fifteen (15) days per location in any twelve (12) month period.
(C) A Class “J” license shall be valid for a period not to exceed forty-eight (48) hours as determined by the Liquor Control Commissioner.
(D) Any license issued by the County Clerk prior to the adoption of this Chapter shall be valid through twelve o’clock (12:00) A.M.Midnight on December 31, 2009; provided, however, a licensee holding any such license shall be subject to all other provisions of this Chapter. (See 235 ILCS 5/4–1)
The fee for a Class “J” license may be waived at the discretion of the Liquor Control Commissioner.
In the event an initial application for a Class “A”, “B”, “C”, “D”, “E”, “F”, or “G” license is for a period of less than the full license year, the annual fee set forth above shall be reduced in proportion to the full calendar months which have elapsed in the license period prior to the issuance of the license.
The Liquor Control Commissioner shall have the power to issue retail liquor licenses for selling at retail of alcoholic liquor. Such licenses shall be issued in the following classifications and none other:
(A)Class “A” – Tavern. A Class “A” license shall authorize the retail sale on the premises of alcoholic liquor for consumption on the premises as well as other retail sales of such liquor in the original package which shall be consumed on or off the premises. There shall be two (2) Class “A” licenses.
(B) Class “B” – Package Store. A Class “B” license shall authorize the retail sale of alcoholic liquor in the original sealed package, but not for consumption on the premises. There shall be one (1) Class “B” license.
(C)Class “C” – Club. A Class “C” license shall authorize the retail sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises of any club for consumption on the premises as well as other retail sales of such liquor in the original package which shall be consumed on or off the premises. There shall be one (1) Class “C” license.
(D)Class “D” – Restaurant. A Class “D” license shall authorize the retail sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises of any restaurant for consumption on the premises. There shall be five (5) Class “D” licenses.
(E) Class “E” – Wine-Manufacturer. A Class “E” license shall authorize wine-tasting and the sale of alcoholic liquor for consumption on the premises of any wine-manufacturer, as well as other retail sales of such liquor in the original sealed package which shall be consumed on or off the premises. There shall be twenty (20) Class “E” licenses.
(F) Class “F” – Event Center. A Class “F” license shall authorize the retail sale of alcoholic liquor as a part of private functions on the premises of any event center for consumption on the premises. There shall be one (1) Class “F” license.
(G) Class “G” – Caterer Retailer. A Class “G” license shall authorize the serving of alcoholic liquors by a caterer retailer as an incidental part of a food service that serves prepared meals which excludes the serving of snacks as the primary meal, either on or off-site whether licensed or unlicensed. There shall be one (1) Class “G” license.
(H)Class “H” – Limited Retail Wine. A Class “H” license shall authorize the sale of wine in the original sealed package, but not for consumption on the premises, and in conjunction with the display and sale of other non-alcoholic gift items, and where the sale of non-alcoholic gift items constitutes a substantial portion of the licensee’s business. There shall be one (1) Class “H” license.
(I)Class “I” – Special Use. A Class “I” license shall authorize the holder of a Class “A”, “B”, “C”, “D”, “E”, “F” or “G” license to transfer a portion of its alcoholic liquor inventory from its retail licensed premises to a designated site for a specific event, and to sell or offer for sale at retail, only in the premises specified in the request, the transferred alcoholic liquor for use or consumption, but not for resale in any form.
(J) Class “J” – Special Events. A Class “J” license shall authorize an educational, fraternal, political, civic, or religious organization, organized as a not-for-profit organization under the laws of this State, to sell or offer wine and beer as part of an event conducted by the organization.