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235 ILCS 5/3-14
(235 ILCS 5/3-14)
(from Ch. 43, par. 109)
Issuance of license by Commission.
Nothing contained in this
Act shall, however, be construed to
permit the State Commission to issue any license, other than
manufacturer's, foreign importer's, importing distributor's, non-resident
distributor's, broker's and non-beverage user's license for any premises in any
prohibited territory, or to issue any license other than manufacturer's,
foreign importer's, importing distributor's, non-resident dealer's,
airplane's, boat's, or broker's license, auction liquor license, or
user's license, unless the
person applying for such license shall have obtained a local license for
the same premises. For purposes of this Section and only in regards to a hotel, the local license issued for the same premises may include multiple local licenses issued to a hotel operator for various portions of the hotel building, structure, or adjacent property owned and managed by the hotel operator in which alcoholic liquors may be stored, offered for sale, and sold; however, all of those portions of the hotel building, structure, or adjacent property shall be considered the hotel premises for purposes of the issuance of a retailer's license by the State Commission. When such person has obtained a local license and has
made application to the State Commission in conformity with this Act and
paid the license fee provided, it shall be the duty of the State Commission
to issue a retailer's license to him; provided, however, that the State
Commission may refuse the issuance or renewal of a retailer's license, upon
notice and after hearing, upon the grounds authorized in Section 6-3
of this Act, and, provided further, that the issuance of such
license shall not prejudice the State Commission's action in subsequently
suspending or revoking such license if it is determined by the State
Commission, upon notice and after hearing, that the licensee has, within
the same or the preceding license period, violated any provision of this
Act or any rule or regulation issued pursuant thereto and in effect for 30
days prior to such violation.
The Commission may also refuse to renew a license if the licensee has failed
to pay an offer in compromise, pre-disciplinary settlement, or a fine imposed
(Source: P.A. 99-46, eff. 7-15-15.)