(235 ILCS 5/9-2d)
Private institution of higher learning.
Any vote under this Article, whenever held, to prohibit sales at retail of alcoholic liquor (or alcoholic liquor other than beer containing not more than 4% of alcohol by weight or alcoholic liquor containing more than 4% alcohol by
weight in the original package and not for consumption on the premises) in a precinct in a city, village, or incorporated town of more than 200,000 inhabitants shall not apply to retail sales of alcoholic liquor if:
(1) the alcoholic liquor is sold on property owned
by a private institution of higher learning or an affiliate thereof that is bounded by the south side of 60th Street on the north, the west side of Kimbark Avenue to the east, the north side of 61st Street to the south, and the east side of Woodlawn Avenue to the west in the City of Chicago;
(2) the alcoholic liquor is sold by a private
institution of higher learning or an affiliate thereof, by a person who leases the property owned by the private institution of higher learning or an affiliate thereof, or by a person contractually authorized to sell alcoholic liquor on the premises;
(3) the person conducting the retail sale of
alcoholic liquor obtains all of the necessary local and State licenses authorizing the retail sale of alcoholic liquor; and
(4) the sale of alcoholic liquor is not the
principal business to be carried on by the license holder.
(Source: P.A. 101-156, eff. 1-1-20