(210 ILCS 45/3-106)
(from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 4153-106)
(a) Upon receipt of notice and proof from an applicant or
licensee that he has received a license or renewal thereof from a city,
village or incorporated town, accompanied by the required license or renewal
fees, the Department shall
issue a license or renewal license to such person. The Department shall
not issue a license hereunder to any person who has failed to qualify for
a municipal license. If the issuance of a license by the
Department antedates regulatory action by a municipality, the municipality
shall issue a local license unless the standards and requirements under
its ordinance or resolution are greater than those prescribed under this Act.
(b) In the event that the standards and requirements under the ordinance
or resolution of the municipality are greater than those prescribed under
this Act, the license issued by the Department shall remain in effect pending
reasonable opportunity provided by the municipality, which shall be not
less than 60 days, for the licensee to comply with the local requirements.
Upon notice by the municipality, or upon the Department's own determination
that the licensee has failed to qualify for a local license, the Department
shall revoke such license.
(Source: P.A. 81-223.)