(235 ILCS 5/5-3) (from Ch. 43, par. 118)
    Sec. 5-3. License fees. Except as otherwise provided herein, at the time application is made to the State Commission for a license of any class, the applicant shall pay to the State Commission the fee hereinafter provided for the kind of license applied for.
    The fee for licenses issued by the State Commission shall be as follows:

OnlineInitial

renewallicense

or

non-online

renewal
    For a manufacturer's license:
    Class 1. Distiller ...........$4,000$5,000
    Class 2. Rectifier ...........4,000 5,000
    Class 3. Brewer .............1,200 1,500
    Class 4. First-class Wine
        Manufacturer ............750900
    Class 5. Second-class
        Wine Manufacturer .........1,500 1,750
    Class 6. First-class wine-maker ...750 900
    Class 7. Second-class wine-maker ..1,500 1,750
    Class 8. Limited Wine
        Manufacturer.............250350
    Class 9. Craft Distiller........ 2,000 2,500
    Class 10. Class 1 Brewer........50 75
    Class 11. Class 2 Brewer........ 75 100
    For a Brew Pub License.........1,2001,500
    For a caterer retailer's license...350 500
    For a foreign importer's license ..25 25
    For an importing distributor's
        license................2525
    For a distributor's license
        (11,250,000 gallons
        or over)................1,4502,200
    For a distributor's license
        (over 4,500,000 gallons, but
        under 11,250,000 gallons)..... 9501,450
    For a distributor's license
        (4,500,000 gallons or under)...300450
    For a non-resident dealer's license
        (500,000 gallons or over) ....1,200 1,500
    For a non-resident dealer's license
        (under 500,000 gallons) .....250 350
    For a wine-maker's premises
        license ................250500
    For a winery shipper's license
        (under 250,000 gallons)......200 350
    For a winery shipper's license
        (250,000 or over, but
        under 500,000 gallons)......7501,000
    For a winery shipper's license
        (500,000 gallons or over).....1,200 1,500
    For a wine-maker's premises license,
        second location ..........500 1,000
    For a wine-maker's premises license,
        third location ...........5001,000
    For a retailer's license .......600 750
    For a special event retailer's
        license, (not-for-profit) ....25 25
    For a special use permit license,
        one day only ............100 150
        2 days or more ...........150 250
    For a railroad license ........100 150
    For a boat license ...........500 1,000
    For an airplane license, times the
        licensee's maximum number of
        aircraft in flight, serving
        liquor over the State at any
        given time, which either
        originate, terminate, or make
        an intermediate stop in
        the State...............100150
    For a non-beverage user's license:
        Class 1 ................2424
        Class 2 ................6060
        Class 3 ................120120
        Class 4 ................240240
        Class 5 ................600600
    For a broker's license ........750 1,000
    For an auction liquor license ....100 150
    For a homebrewer special
        event permit.............2525
    For a craft distiller
        tasting permit............25 25
    For a BASSET trainer license..... 300 350
    For a tasting representative
        license................200300
    For a brewer warehouse permit..... 2525
    Fees collected under this Section shall be paid into the Dram Shop Fund. On and after July 1, 2003 and until June 30, 2016, of the funds received for a retailer's license, in addition to the first $175, an additional $75 shall be paid into the Dram Shop Fund, and $250 shall be paid into the General Revenue Fund. On and after June 30, 2016, one-half of the funds received for a retailer's license shall be paid into the Dram Shop Fund and one-half of the funds received for a retailer's license shall be paid into the General Revenue Fund. Beginning June 30, 1990 and on June 30 of each subsequent year through June 29, 2003, any balance over $5,000,000 remaining in the Dram Shop Fund shall be credited to State liquor licensees and applied against their fees for State liquor licenses for the following year. The amount credited to each licensee shall be a proportion of the balance in the Dram Fund that is the same as the proportion of the license fee paid by the licensee under this Section for the period in which the balance was accumulated to the aggregate fees paid by all licensees during that period.
    No fee shall be paid for licenses issued by the State Commission to the following non-beverage users:
        (a) Hospitals, sanitariums, or clinics when their use
    
of alcoholic liquor is exclusively medicinal, mechanical or scientific.
        (b) Universities, colleges of learning or schools
    
when their use of alcoholic liquor is exclusively medicinal, mechanical or scientific.
        (c) Laboratories when their use is exclusively for
    
the purpose of scientific research.
(Source: P.A. 99-448, eff. 8-24-15; 99-902, eff. 8-26-16; 99-904, eff. 8-26-16; 100-201, eff. 8-18-17; 100-816, eff. 8-13-18.)