(55 ILCS 5/5-10007) (from Ch. 34, par. 5-10007)
    Sec. 5-10007. Revocation of license. The president of the county board may revoke the license of any licensee:
    (1) Who knowingly permits any person under sixteen years of age to be present in or to frequent such dance hall or road house, unless accompanied by his parent or legal guardian or proper escort, male or female.
    (2) When the dance hall or road house, as operated and maintained, unreasonably and needlessly disturbs the peace of the neighborhood.
    (3) When disorderly or immoral practices are permitted, or intoxicating liquor is sold on the premises.
    (4) When circumstances happen or become known to the county board, which, had they happened or been known at the time of the application for the license, would have legally justified the county board in refusing the license.
    (5) When such dance hall or road house is opened or remains open outside the hours designated by the county board.
    (6) When the licensee violates any of the rules and regulations issued by the county board.
    When any license is revoked by the county board it shall not issue a license to operate a dance hall or road house on such premises until after a period of three months have elapsed.
(Source: P.A. 86-962.)