Bill Text: IL HB0136 | 2017-2018 | 100th General Assembly | Chaptered


Bill Title: Amends the Governor Transition Act. Makes a technical change in a Section concerning the orderly transition of the office of Governor.

Spectrum: Bipartisan Bill

Status: (Passed) 2017-08-18 - Public Act . . . . . . . . . 100-0120 [HB0136 Detail]

Download: Illinois-2017-HB0136-Chaptered.html



Public Act 100-0120
HB0136 EnrolledLRB100 01829 RJF 11834 b
AN ACT concerning State government.
Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly:
Section 1. Short title. This Act may be cited as the
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum Act.
Section 5. Definitions. As used in this Act:
"Agency" means the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
and Museum.
"Board" means the Board of Trustees of the Abraham Lincoln
Presidential Library and Museum.
"Executive Director" means the Executive Director of the
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum.
"Library" means the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.
"Museum" means the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum.
Section 10. Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and
Museum; establishment.
(a) The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum,
formerly a constituent unit of the Illinois Historic
Preservation Agency, is created as an independent State agency
within the Executive Branch of State government.
(b) The Agency shall have control and custody of the
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum complex,
including the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum,
the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum's parking
garage, Union Station, and Union Park, in Springfield.
(c) The Agency shall be under the supervision and direction
of the Executive Director of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential
Library and Museum.
Section 15. Board. There shall be a Board of Trustees of
the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum to set
policy and advise the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and
Museum and the Executive Director on programs related to the
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and to exercise
the powers and duties given to it under Section 25 of this Act.
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and the
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation shall mutually
co-operate to maximize resources available to the Abraham
Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and to support,
sustain, and provide educational programs and collections at
the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum. Any
membership fees collected by the Abraham Lincoln Presidential
Library Foundation may be used to support the Abraham Lincoln
Presidential Library and Museum programs or collections at the
Foundation's discretion.
Section 20. Composition of the Board. The Board of Trustees
shall consist of 11 members to be appointed by the Governor,
with the advice and consent of the Senate. The Board shall
consist of members with the following qualifications:
(1) One member shall have recognized knowledge and ability
in matters related to business administration.
(2) One member shall have recognized knowledge and ability
in matters related to the history of Abraham Lincoln.
(3) One member shall have recognized knowledge and ability
in matters related to the history of Illinois.
(4) One member shall have recognized knowledge and ability
in matters related to library and museum studies.
(5) One member shall have recognized knowledge and ability
in matters related to historic preservation.
(6) One member shall have recognized knowledge and ability
in matters related to cultural tourism.
(7) One member shall have recognized knowledge and ability
in matters related to conservation, digitization, and
technological innovation.
The initial terms of office shall be designated by the
Governor as follows: one member to serve for a term of one
year, 2 members to serve for a term of 2 years, 2 members to
serve for a term of 3 years, 2 members to serve for a term of 4
years, 2 members to serve for a term of 5 years, and 2 members
to serve for a term of 6 years. Thereafter, all appointments
shall be for a term of 6 years. The Governor shall appoint one
of the members to serve as chairperson at the pleasure of the
Governor.
The members of the Board shall serve without compensation
but shall be entitled to reimbursement for all necessary
expenses incurred in the performance of their official duties
as members of the Board from funds appropriated for that
purpose.
To facilitate communication and cooperation between the
Agency and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
Foundation, the Foundation CEO shall serve as a non-voting,
ex-officio member of the Board.
Section 25. Powers and duties of the Board. The Board
shall:
(a) Set policies and establish programs for implementation
in support of the mission and goals of the Agency.
(b) Create and execute such seminars, symposia, or other
conferences as may be necessary or advisable to the Agency.
(c) Report annually to the Governor and the General
Assembly on the status of the Agency and its programs.
(d) Accept, hold, maintain, and administer, as trustee,
property given in trust for education or historic purposes for
the benefit of the people of the State of Illinois and dispose
of any property under the terms of the instrument creating the
trust.
(e) Accept, hold, maintain, and administer donated
property of historical significance, such as books, papers,
records, and personal property of any kind, including
electronic and digital property, pursuant to gifting
instruments, agreements, or deeds of gift, including but not
limited to the King Hostick Public Trust Fund, and enter into
such agreements as may be necessary to carry out the Board's
duties and responsibilities under this Section.
(f) Lease concessions at the Library and Museum. All
leases, for whatever period, shall be made subject to the
written approval of the Governor's Office of Management and
Budget. All concession leases extending for a period in excess
of 10 years shall contain provisions for the Agency to
participate, on a percentage basis, in the revenues generated
by any concession operation.
(g) Enforce the laws of the State and the rules of the
Agency.
(h) Cooperate with private organizations and agencies of
the State of Illinois by providing areas and the use of staff
personnel where feasible for the sale of publications on the
historic and cultural heritage of the State and craft items
made by Illinois craftsmen. These sales shall not conflict with
existing concession agreements. The Board is authorized to
negotiate and approve agreements with the organizations and
agencies for a portion of the moneys received from sales to be
returned to the Agency for the furtherance of interpretative
and restoration programs.
(i) Accept offers of gifts, gratuities, or grants from the
federal government, its agencies, or offices, or from any
person, firm, or corporation.
(j) Subject to the provisions of the Illinois
Administrative Procedure Act, make reasonable rules as may be
necessary to discharge the duties of the Agency.
(k) Charge and collect admission fees and rental for access
to and use of the facilities of the Library and Museum.
(l) Operate a restaurant, cafe, or other food serving
facility at the Museum or lease the operation of such a
facility under reasonable terms and conditions, and provide
vending services for food, beverages, or other products deemed
necessary and proper, consistent with the purposes of the
Library and Museum.
(m) Engage in marketing activities designed to promote the
Library and Museum. In undertaking these activities, the Board
may take all necessary steps with respect to products and
services, including, but not limited to, retail sales,
wholesale sales, direct marketing, mail order sales, telephone
sales, advertising and promotion, purchase of product and
materials inventory, design and printing and manufacturing of
new products, reproductions, and adaptations, copyright and
trademark licensing and royalty agreements, and payment of
applicable taxes. In addition, the Board shall have the
authority to sell advertising in its publications and printed
materials.
Section 30. Administration of the Agency. The Agency shall
be under the supervision and direction of an Executive
Director. The person serving on the effective date of this Act
as Library Director, as defined in Section 33 of the Historic
Preservation Agency Act, shall become the inaugural Executive
Director on the effective date of this Act and shall serve as
Executive Director until the expiration of his then-current
term as Library Director. Thereafter, the Board shall appoint
the Executive Director with the advice and consent of the
Senate. The Executive Director shall serve at the pleasure of
the Board for a term of 4 years. The Executive Director shall,
subject to applicable provisions of law, execute and discharge
the powers and duties of the Agency. The Executive Director
shall have hiring power and shall appoint (a) a Library
Facilities Operations Director; and (b) a Director of the
Library. The Executive Director shall appoint those other
employees of the Agency as he or she deems appropriate and
shall fix the compensation of the Library Facilities Operations
Director, the Director of the Library and other employees. The
Executive Director may make provision to establish and collect
admission and registration fees, operate a gift shop, and
publish and sell educational and informational materials.
Section 35. State Historian; exchange historical records.
The State Historian shall make all necessary rules,
regulations, and bylaws not inconsistent with law to carry into
effect the purposes of this Act and to procure from time to
time as may be possible and practicable, at reasonable costs,
all books, pamphlets, manuscripts, monographs, writings, and
other material of historical interest and useful to the
historian bearing upon the political, physical, religious, or
social history of the State of Illinois from the earliest known
period of time. The State Historian may, with the consent of
the Board, exchange any books, pamphlets, manuscripts,
records, or other materials which such library may acquire that
are of no historical interest or for any reason are of no value
to it, with any other library, school or historical society.
The State Historian shall distribute volumes of the series
known as the Illinois Historical Collections now in print, and
to be printed, to all who may apply for same and who pay to the
Library and Museum for such volumes an amount fixed by the
State Historian sufficient to cover the expenses of printing
and distribution of each volume received by such applicants.
However, the State Historian shall have authority to furnish 25
of each of the volumes of the Illinois Historical Collections,
free of charge, to each of the authors and editors of the
Collections or parts thereof; to furnish, as in his or her
discretion he or she deems necessary or desirable, a reasonable
number of each of the volumes of the Collections without charge
to archives, libraries, and similar institutions from which
material has been drawn or assistance has been given in the
preparation of such Collections, and to the officials thereof;
and to furnish, as in his or her discretion he or she deems
necessary or desirable, a reasonable number of each of the
volumes of the Collections without charge to the University of
Illinois Library and to instructors and officials of that
University, and to public libraries in the State of Illinois.
The State Historian may, with the consent of the Board, also
make exchanges of the Historical Collections with any other
library, school or historical society, and distribute volumes
of the Collections for review purposes.
Section 40. Illinois State Historian; appointment. The
Executive Director, with the advice and consent of the Board,
shall appoint the Illinois State Historian, who shall provide
historical expertise, support, and service on civic engagement
to educators and not-for-profit educational groups, including
historical societies. The State Historian is the State's
leading authority on the history of Illinois.
Section 45. State Historian; historical records. The State
Historian shall establish and supervise a program within the
Agency designed to preserve as historical records selected past
editions of newspapers of this State. Such editions shall be
preserved in accordance with industry standards. The negatives
of microphotographs and other materials shall be stored in a
place provided by the Agency.
The State Historian shall determine on the basis of
historical value the various newspaper edition files which
shall be preserved and shall arrange a schedule for such
preservation. The State Historian shall supervise the making of
arrangements for acquiring access to past edition files with
the editors or publishers of the various newspapers.
The method of microphotography to be employed in this
program shall conform to the standards established pursuant to
Section 17 of The State Records Act.
Upon payment to the Agency of the required fee, any person
or organization shall be supplied with any prints requested to
be made from the newspapers and all records. The fee required
shall be determined by the State Historian and shall be equal
in amount to the costs incurred by the Agency in supplying the
requested prints.
Section 50. Gifts to the Illinois State Historical Library.
Those programs, collections, and functions heretofore
administered by the Illinois State Historical Library or the
Historic Preservation Agency's Historical Library Division
shall be administered by the Agency. All gifts made
specifically to the Illinois State Historical Library shall
remain at all times within the Agency.
Section 55. State Historical Library. The rights, powers,
and duties vested by law in the State Historical Library or any
office, division, or bureau thereof are hereby transferred to
the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum.
Section 60. Separation from the Historic Preservation
Agency. On the effective date of this Act, all of the powers,
duties, assets, liabilities, employees, contracts, property
(real and personal), including any items formerly contained in
the Illinois State Historical Library now presently held in the
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, records,
pending business, and unexpended appropriations of the
Historic Preservation Agency related to the administration and
enforcement of Sections 17, 32, and 33 of the Historic
Preservation Agency Act are transferred to the Agency created
under this Act. The status and rights of the transferred
employees, and the rights of the State of Illinois and its
agencies, under the Personnel Code and applicable collective
bargaining agreements or under any pension, retirement, or
annuity plan are not affected (except as provided in Sections
14-110 and 18-127 of the Illinois Pension Code) by that
transfer or by any other provision of this Act.
Section 65. Rulemaking authority. The Agency may adopt
rules in contravention of this Act in order to comply with
federal laws or regulations that apply to Presidential
Libraries administered by the Office of Presidential Libraries
under the National Archives and Records Administration,
including, but not limited to, 44 U.S.C. 21, 44 U.S.C. 22, and
36 CFR 1270.
Section 70. The Historic Preservation Agency Act is amended
by changing Sections 2 and 4 as follows:
(20 ILCS 3405/2) (from Ch. 127, par. 2702)
Sec. 2. For the purposes of this Act:
(a) "Agency" means the Historic Preservation Agency;
(b) "Board" means the Board of Trustees of the Historic
Preservation Agency;
(c) "Director" means the Director of Historic Sites and
Preservation;
(d) (Blank); "Advisory Board" means the Advisory Board of
the Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum;
(e) (Blank); "Lincoln Presidential Library" means the
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum;
(f) (Blank); and "Library Director" means the Director of
the Lincoln Presidential Library; and
(g) "Historic Sites and Preservation Division" means that
part of the Agency that is headed by the Director of Historic
Sites and Preservation.
(Source: P.A. 92-600, eff. 7-1-02.)
(20 ILCS 3405/4) (from Ch. 127, par. 2704)
Sec. 4. The Board shall be responsible for setting and
determining policy for the Agency. Within the Agency, there
shall be a Historic Sites and Preservation Division. The Agency
shall consist of: (1) an Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
and Museum and (2) a Historic Sites and Preservation Division.
Except as otherwise provided in this Act, any reference in any
other Act to the Historic Preservation Agency shall be deemed
to be a reference to the Historic Sites and Preservation
Division and any reference to the Director of Historic
Preservation shall be deemed to be a reference to the Director
of Historic Sites and Preservation, unless the context clearly
indicates otherwise.
The Board shall appoint a chief executive officer of the
Agency who shall be known as the Director of Historic Sites and
Preservation. The Director shall serve at the pleasure of the
Board. The Director shall, subject to applicable provisions of
law, execute the powers and discharge the duties vested in the
Historic Sites and Preservation Division of the Agency by law
and implement the policies set by the Board. The Director shall
manage the Historic Sites and Preservation Division of the
Agency. The Director, with the concurrence of the Board, shall
appoint Division Chiefs and the Deputy Director of the Historic
Sites and Preservation Division of the Agency. Subject to
concurrence by the Board, the Director shall appoint such other
employees of the Historic Sites and Preservation Division of
the Agency as he or she deems appropriate and shall fix the
compensation of such Division Chiefs, the Deputy Director and
other employees. The Board shall appoint the Illinois State
Historian, who shall provide historical expertise, support,
and service to all divisions of the Historic Preservation
Agency. The State Historian is the State's authority on Abraham
Lincoln and the history of Illinois.
(Source: P.A. 92-600, eff. 7-1-02.)
(20 ILCS 3405/17 rep.)
(20 ILCS 3405/30 rep.)
(20 ILCS 3405/31 rep.)
(20 ILCS 3405/32 rep.)
(20 ILCS 3405/33 rep.)
Section 75. The Historic Preservation Agency Act is amended
by repealing Sections 17, 30, 31, 32, and 33.
Section 80. The Illinois Historic Preservation Act is
amended by changing Section 3 as follows:
(20 ILCS 3410/3) (from Ch. 127, par. 133d3)
Sec. 3. There is recognized and established hereunder the
Illinois Historic Sites Advisory Council, previously
established pursuant to Federal regulations, hereafter called
the Council. The Council shall consist of 15 members. Of these,
there shall be at least 3 historians, at least 3 architectural
historians, or architects with a preservation background, and
at least 3 archeologists. The remaining 6 members shall be
drawn from supporting fields and have a preservation interest.
Supporting fields shall include but not be limited to
historical geography, law, urban planning, local government
officials, and members of other preservation commissions. All
shall be appointed by the Director of Historic Sites and
Preservation, with the consent of the Board.
The Council Chairperson shall be appointed by the Director
of Historic Sites and Preservation from the Council membership
and shall serve at the Director's pleasure.
The Executive Director of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential
Library and Museum and the Director of the Illinois State
Museum shall serve on the Council in advisory capacity as
non-voting members.
Terms of membership shall be 3 years and shall be staggered
by the Director to assure continuity of representation.
The Council shall meet at least 3 times each year.
Additional meetings may be held at the call of the chairperson
or at the call of the Director.
Members shall serve without compensation, but shall be
reimbursed for actual expenses incurred in the performance of
their duties.
(Source: P.A. 97-785, eff. 7-13-12.)
Section 85. The State Historical Library Act is amended by
changing Section 5.1 as follows:
(20 ILCS 3425/5.1) (from Ch. 128, par. 16.1)
Sec. 5.1. The State Historian shall establish and supervise
a program within the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and
Museum designed to preserve as historical records selected past
editions of newspapers of this State. Such editions shall be
preserved in accordance with industry standards
microphotographed. The negatives of such microphotographs and
other materials shall be stored in a place provided by the
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum.
The State Historian shall determine on the basis of
historical value the various newspaper edition files which
shall be preserved microphotographed and shall arrange a
schedule for such preservation microphotographing. The State
Historian shall supervise the making of arrangements for
acquiring access to past edition files with the editors or
publishers of the various newspapers.
The method of microphotography to be employed in this
program shall conform to the standards established pursuant to
Section 17 of "The State Records Act", approved July 6, 1957.
Upon payment to the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
and Museum of the required fee, any person or organization
shall be supplied with any prints requested to be made from the
newspapers and all records. negatives of the microphotographs.
The fee required shall be determined by the State Historian and
shall be equal in amount to the cost incurred by the Abraham
Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in supplying the
requested prints.
(Source: P.A. 92-600, eff. 7-1-02.)
(20 ILCS 3425/4 rep.)
Section 90. The State Historical Library Act is amended by
repealing Section 4.
Section 95. The Old State Capitol Act is amended by
changing Section 1 as follows:
(20 ILCS 3430/1) (from Ch. 123, par. 52)
Sec. 1. As used in this Act,
(a) "Old State Capitol Complex" means the old State capitol
reconstructed under the "1961 Act" in Springfield and includes
space also occupied by the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
and Museum and an underground parking garage;
(b) "1961 Act" means "An Act providing for the
reconstruction and restoration of the old State Capitol at
Springfield and providing for the custody thereof", approved
August 24, 1961, as amended;
(c) "Board of Trustees" means the Board of Trustees of the
Historic Preservation Agency.
(Source: P.A. 92-600, eff. 7-1-02.)
Section 100. The Illinois Municipal Code is amended by
changing Section 11-48-1 as follows:
(65 ILCS 5/11-48-1) (from Ch. 24, par. 11-48-1)
Sec. 11-48-1. The city council or board of trustees of
every city, incorporated town or village may, by order or
resolution authorize and direct to be transferred to the
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, the State
Archives or to the State University Library at Urbana,
Illinois, or to any historical society duly incorporated and
located within their respective counties, such official
papers, drawings, maps, writings and records of every
description as may be deemed of historic interest or value, and
as may be in the custody of any officer of such county, city,
incorporated town or village. Accurate copies of the same when
so transferred shall be substituted for the original when in
the judgment of such city council or board of trustees the same
may be deemed necessary.
(Source: P.A. 92-600, eff. 7-1-02.)
Section 105. The Liquor Control Act of 1934 is amended by
changing Section 6-15 as follows:
(235 ILCS 5/6-15) (from Ch. 43, par. 130)
Sec. 6-15. No alcoholic liquors shall be sold or delivered
in any building belonging to or under the control of the State
or any political subdivision thereof except as provided in this
Act. The corporate authorities of any city, village,
incorporated town, township, or county may provide by
ordinance, however, that alcoholic liquor may be sold or
delivered in any specifically designated building belonging to
or under the control of the municipality, township, or county,
or in any building located on land under the control of the
municipality, township, or county; provided that such township
or county complies with all applicable local ordinances in any
incorporated area of the township or county. Alcoholic liquor
may be delivered to and sold under the authority of a special
use permit on any property owned by a conservation district
organized under the Conservation District Act, provided that
(i) the alcoholic liquor is sold only at an event authorized by
the governing board of the conservation district, (ii) the
issuance of the special use permit is authorized by the local
liquor control commissioner of the territory in which the
property is located, and (iii) the special use permit
authorizes the sale of alcoholic liquor for one day or less.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and sold at any airport
belonging to or under the control of a municipality of more
than 25,000 inhabitants, or in any building or on any golf
course owned by a park district organized under the Park
District Code, subject to the approval of the governing board
of the district, or in any building or on any golf course owned
by a forest preserve district organized under the Downstate
Forest Preserve District Act, subject to the approval of the
governing board of the district, or on the grounds within 500
feet of any building owned by a forest preserve district
organized under the Downstate Forest Preserve District Act
during times when food is dispensed for consumption within 500
feet of the building from which the food is dispensed, subject
to the approval of the governing board of the district, or in a
building owned by a Local Mass Transit District organized under
the Local Mass Transit District Act, subject to the approval of
the governing Board of the District, or in Bicentennial Park,
or on the premises of the City of Mendota Lake Park located
adjacent to Route 51 in Mendota, Illinois, or on the premises
of Camden Park in Milan, Illinois, or in the community center
owned by the City of Loves Park that is located at 1000 River
Park Drive in Loves Park, Illinois, or, in connection with the
operation of an established food serving facility during times
when food is dispensed for consumption on the premises, and at
the following aquarium and museums located in public parks: Art
Institute of Chicago, Chicago Academy of Sciences, Chicago
Historical Society, Field Museum of Natural History, Museum of
Science and Industry, DuSable Museum of African American
History, John G. Shedd Aquarium and Adler Planetarium, or at
Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences in Peoria, or in
connection with the operation of the facilities of the Chicago
Zoological Society or the Chicago Horticultural Society on land
owned by the Forest Preserve District of Cook County, or on any
land used for a golf course or for recreational purposes owned
by the Forest Preserve District of Cook County, subject to the
control of the Forest Preserve District Board of Commissioners
and applicable local law, provided that dram shop liability
insurance is provided at maximum coverage limits so as to hold
the District harmless from all financial loss, damage, and
harm, or in any building located on land owned by the Chicago
Park District if approved by the Park District Commissioners,
or on any land used for a golf course or for recreational
purposes and owned by the Illinois International Port District
if approved by the District's governing board, or at any
airport, golf course, faculty center, or facility in which
conference and convention type activities take place belonging
to or under control of any State university or public community
college district, provided that with respect to a facility for
conference and convention type activities alcoholic liquors
shall be limited to the use of the convention or conference
participants or participants in cultural, political or
educational activities held in such facilities, and provided
further that the faculty or staff of the State university or a
public community college district, or members of an
organization of students, alumni, faculty or staff of the State
university or a public community college district are active
participants in the conference or convention, or in Memorial
Stadium on the campus of the University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign during games in which the Chicago Bears
professional football team is playing in that stadium during
the renovation of Soldier Field, not more than one and a half
hours before the start of the game and not after the end of the
third quarter of the game, or in the Pavilion Facility on the
campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago during games in
which the Chicago Storm professional soccer team is playing in
that facility, not more than one and a half hours before the
start of the game and not after the end of the third quarter of
the game, or in the Pavilion Facility on the campus of the
University of Illinois at Chicago during games in which the
WNBA professional women's basketball team is playing in that
facility, not more than one and a half hours before the start
of the game and not after the 10-minute mark of the second half
of the game, or by a catering establishment which has rented
facilities from a board of trustees of a public community
college district, or in a restaurant that is operated by a
commercial tenant in the North Campus Parking Deck building
that (1) is located at 1201 West University Avenue, Urbana,
Illinois and (2) is owned by the Board of Trustees of the
University of Illinois, or, if approved by the District board,
on land owned by the Metropolitan Sanitary District of Greater
Chicago and leased to others for a term of at least 20 years.
Nothing in this Section precludes the sale or delivery of
alcoholic liquor in the form of original packaged goods in
premises located at 500 S. Racine in Chicago belonging to the
University of Illinois and used primarily as a grocery store by
a commercial tenant during the term of a lease that predates
the University's acquisition of the premises; but the
University shall have no power or authority to renew, transfer,
or extend the lease with terms allowing the sale of alcoholic
liquor; and the sale of alcoholic liquor shall be subject to
all local laws and regulations. After the acquisition by
Winnebago County of the property located at 404 Elm Street in
Rockford, a commercial tenant who sold alcoholic liquor at
retail on a portion of the property under a valid license at
the time of the acquisition may continue to do so for so long
as the tenant and the County may agree under existing or future
leases, subject to all local laws and regulations regarding the
sale of alcoholic liquor. Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to
and sold at Memorial Hall, located at 211 North Main Street,
Rockford, under conditions approved by Winnebago County and
subject to all local laws and regulations regarding the sale of
alcoholic liquor. Each facility shall provide dram shop
liability in maximum insurance coverage limits so as to save
harmless the State, municipality, State university, airport,
golf course, faculty center, facility in which conference and
convention type activities take place, park district, Forest
Preserve District, public community college district,
aquarium, museum, or sanitary district from all financial loss,
damage or harm. Alcoholic liquors may be sold at retail in
buildings of golf courses owned by municipalities or Illinois
State University in connection with the operation of an
established food serving facility during times when food is
dispensed for consumption upon the premises. Alcoholic liquors
may be delivered to and sold at retail in any building owned by
a fire protection district organized under the Fire Protection
District Act, provided that such delivery and sale is approved
by the board of trustees of the district, and provided further
that such delivery and sale is limited to fundraising events
and to a maximum of 6 events per year. However, the limitation
to fundraising events and to a maximum of 6 events per year
does not apply to the delivery, sale, or manufacture of
alcoholic liquors at the building located at 59 Main Street in
Oswego, Illinois, owned by the Oswego Fire Protection District
if the alcoholic liquor is sold or dispensed as approved by the
Oswego Fire Protection District and the property is no longer
being utilized for fire protection purposes.
Alcoholic liquors may be served or sold in buildings under
the control of the Board of Trustees of the University of
Illinois for events that the Board may determine are public
events and not related student activities. The Board of
Trustees shall issue a written policy within 6 months of August
15, 2008 (the effective date of Public Act 95-847) this
amendatory Act of the 95th General Assembly concerning the
types of events that would be eligible for an exemption.
Thereafter, the Board of Trustees may issue revised, updated,
new, or amended policies as it deems necessary and appropriate.
In preparing its written policy, the Board of Trustees shall,
among other factors it considers relevant and important, give
consideration to the following: (i) whether the event is a
student activity or student related activity; (ii) whether the
physical setting of the event is conducive to control of liquor
sales and distribution; (iii) the ability of the event operator
to ensure that the sale or serving of alcoholic liquors and the
demeanor of the participants are in accordance with State law
and University policies; (iv) regarding the anticipated
attendees at the event, the relative proportion of individuals
under the age of 21 to individuals age 21 or older; (v) the
ability of the venue operator to prevent the sale or
distribution of alcoholic liquors to individuals under the age
of 21; (vi) whether the event prohibits participants from
removing alcoholic beverages from the venue; and (vii) whether
the event prohibits participants from providing their own
alcoholic liquors to the venue. In addition, any policy
submitted by the Board of Trustees to the Illinois Liquor
Control Commission must require that any event at which
alcoholic liquors are served or sold in buildings under the
control of the Board of Trustees shall require the prior
written approval of the Office of the Chancellor for the
University campus where the event is located. The Board of
Trustees shall submit its policy, and any subsequently revised,
updated, new, or amended policies, to the Illinois Liquor
Control Commission, and any University event, or location for
an event, exempted under such policies shall apply for a
license under the applicable Sections of this Act.
Alcoholic liquors may be served or sold in buildings under
the control of the Board of Trustees of Northern Illinois
University for events that the Board may determine are public
events and not student-related activities. The Board of
Trustees shall issue a written policy within 6 months after
June 28, 2011 (the effective date of Public Act 97-45)
concerning the types of events that would be eligible for an
exemption. Thereafter, the Board of Trustees may issue revised,
updated, new, or amended policies as it deems necessary and
appropriate. In preparing its written policy, the Board of
Trustees shall, in addition to other factors it considers
relevant and important, give consideration to the following:
(i) whether the event is a student activity or student-related
activity; (ii) whether the physical setting of the event is
conducive to control of liquor sales and distribution; (iii)
the ability of the event operator to ensure that the sale or
serving of alcoholic liquors and the demeanor of the
participants are in accordance with State law and University
policies; (iv) the anticipated attendees at the event and the
relative proportion of individuals under the age of 21 to
individuals age 21 or older; (v) the ability of the venue
operator to prevent the sale or distribution of alcoholic
liquors to individuals under the age of 21; (vi) whether the
event prohibits participants from removing alcoholic beverages
from the venue; and (vii) whether the event prohibits
participants from providing their own alcoholic liquors to the
venue.
Alcoholic liquors may be served or sold in buildings under
the control of the Board of Trustees of Chicago State
University for events that the Board may determine are public
events and not student-related activities. The Board of
Trustees shall issue a written policy within 6 months after
August 2, 2013 (the effective date of Public Act 98-132)
concerning the types of events that would be eligible for an
exemption. Thereafter, the Board of Trustees may issue revised,
updated, new, or amended policies as it deems necessary and
appropriate. In preparing its written policy, the Board of
Trustees shall, in addition to other factors it considers
relevant and important, give consideration to the following:
(i) whether the event is a student activity or student-related
activity; (ii) whether the physical setting of the event is
conducive to control of liquor sales and distribution; (iii)
the ability of the event operator to ensure that the sale or
serving of alcoholic liquors and the demeanor of the
participants are in accordance with State law and University
policies; (iv) the anticipated attendees at the event and the
relative proportion of individuals under the age of 21 to
individuals age 21 or older; (v) the ability of the venue
operator to prevent the sale or distribution of alcoholic
liquors to individuals under the age of 21; (vi) whether the
event prohibits participants from removing alcoholic beverages
from the venue; and (vii) whether the event prohibits
participants from providing their own alcoholic liquors to the
venue.
Alcoholic liquors may be served or sold in buildings under
the control of the Board of Trustees of Illinois State
University for events that the Board may determine are public
events and not student-related activities. The Board of
Trustees shall issue a written policy within 6 months after
March 1, 2013 (the effective date of Public Act 97-1166) this
amendatory Act of the 97th General Assembly concerning the
types of events that would be eligible for an exemption.
Thereafter, the Board of Trustees may issue revised, updated,
new, or amended policies as it deems necessary and appropriate.
In preparing its written policy, the Board of Trustees shall,
in addition to other factors it considers relevant and
important, give consideration to the following: (i) whether the
event is a student activity or student-related activity; (ii)
whether the physical setting of the event is conducive to
control of liquor sales and distribution; (iii) the ability of
the event operator to ensure that the sale or serving of
alcoholic liquors and the demeanor of the participants are in
accordance with State law and University policies; (iv) the
anticipated attendees at the event and the relative proportion
of individuals under the age of 21 to individuals age 21 or
older; (v) the ability of the venue operator to prevent the
sale or distribution of alcoholic liquors to individuals under
the age of 21; (vi) whether the event prohibits participants
from removing alcoholic beverages from the venue; and (vii)
whether the event prohibits participants from providing their
own alcoholic liquors to the venue.
Alcoholic liquors may be served or sold in buildings under
the control of the Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois
University for events that the Board may determine are public
events and not student-related activities. The Board of
Trustees shall issue a written policy within 6 months after
August 12, 2016 (the effective date of Public Act 99-795) this
amendatory Act of the 99th General Assembly concerning the
types of events that would be eligible for an exemption.
Thereafter, the Board of Trustees may issue revised, updated,
new, or amended policies as it deems necessary and appropriate.
In preparing its written policy, the Board of Trustees shall,
in addition to other factors it considers relevant and
important, give consideration to the following: (i) whether the
event is a student activity or student-related activity; (ii)
whether the physical setting of the event is conducive to
control of liquor sales and distribution; (iii) the ability of
the event operator to ensure that the sale or serving of
alcoholic liquors and the demeanor of the participants are in
accordance with State law and University policies; (iv) the
anticipated attendees at the event and the relative proportion
of individuals under the age of 21 to individuals age 21 or
older; (v) the ability of the venue operator to prevent the
sale or distribution of alcoholic liquors to individuals under
the age of 21; (vi) whether the event prohibits participants
from removing alcoholic beverages from the venue; and (vii)
whether the event prohibits participants from providing their
own alcoholic liquors to the venue.
Alcoholic liquors may be served or sold in buildings under
the control of the Board of Trustees of a public university for
events that the Board of Trustees of that public university may
determine are public events and not student-related
activities. If the Board of Trustees of a public university has
not issued a written policy pursuant to an exemption under this
Section on or before July 15, 2016 (the effective date of
Public Act 99-550) this amendatory Act of the 99th General
Assembly, then that Board of Trustees shall issue a written
policy within 6 months after July 15, 2016 (the effective date
of Public Act 99-550) this amendatory Act of the 99th General
Assembly concerning the types of events that would be eligible
for an exemption. Thereafter, the Board of Trustees may issue
revised, updated, new, or amended policies as it deems
necessary and appropriate. In preparing its written policy, the
Board of Trustees shall, in addition to other factors it
considers relevant and important, give consideration to the
following: (i) whether the event is a student activity or
student-related activity; (ii) whether the physical setting of
the event is conducive to control of liquor sales and
distribution; (iii) the ability of the event operator to ensure
that the sale or serving of alcoholic liquors and the demeanor
of the participants are in accordance with State law and
University policies; (iv) the anticipated attendees at the
event and the relative proportion of individuals under the age
of 21 to individuals age 21 or older; (v) the ability of the
venue operator to prevent the sale or distribution of alcoholic
liquors to individuals under the age of 21; (vi) whether the
event prohibits participants from removing alcoholic beverages
from the venue; and (vii) whether the event prohibits
participants from providing their own alcoholic liquors to the
venue. As used in this paragraph, "public university" means the
University of Illinois, Illinois State University, Chicago
State University, Governors State University, Southern
Illinois University, Northern Illinois University, Eastern
Illinois University, Western Illinois University, and
Northeastern Illinois University.
Alcoholic liquors may be served or sold in buildings under
the control of the Board of Trustees of a community college
district for events that the Board of Trustees of that
community college district may determine are public events and
not student-related activities. The Board of Trustees shall
issue a written policy within 6 months after July 15, 2016 (the
effective date of Public Act 99-550) this amendatory Act of the
99th General Assembly concerning the types of events that would
be eligible for an exemption. Thereafter, the Board of Trustees
may issue revised, updated, new, or amended policies as it
deems necessary and appropriate. In preparing its written
policy, the Board of Trustees shall, in addition to other
factors it considers relevant and important, give
consideration to the following: (i) whether the event is a
student activity or student-related activity; (ii) whether the
physical setting of the event is conducive to control of liquor
sales and distribution; (iii) the ability of the event operator
to ensure that the sale or serving of alcoholic liquors and the
demeanor of the participants are in accordance with State law
and community college district policies; (iv) the anticipated
attendees at the event and the relative proportion of
individuals under the age of 21 to individuals age 21 or older;
(v) the ability of the venue operator to prevent the sale or
distribution of alcoholic liquors to individuals under the age
of 21; (vi) whether the event prohibits participants from
removing alcoholic beverages from the venue; and (vii) whether
the event prohibits participants from providing their own
alcoholic liquors to the venue. This paragraph does not apply
to any community college district authorized to sell or serve
alcoholic liquor under any other provision of this Section.
Alcoholic liquor may be delivered to and sold at retail in
the Dorchester Senior Business Center owned by the Village of
Dolton if the alcoholic liquor is sold or dispensed only in
connection with organized functions for which the planned
attendance is 20 or more persons, and if the person or facility
selling or dispensing the alcoholic liquor has provided dram
shop liability insurance in maximum limits so as to hold
harmless the Village of Dolton and the State from all financial
loss, damage and harm.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and sold at retail in
any building used as an Illinois State Armory provided:
(i) the Adjutant General's written consent to the
issuance of a license to sell alcoholic liquor in such
building is filed with the Commission;
(ii) the alcoholic liquor is sold or dispensed only in
connection with organized functions held on special
occasions;
(iii) the organized function is one for which the
planned attendance is 25 or more persons; and
(iv) the facility selling or dispensing the alcoholic
liquors has provided dram shop liability insurance in
maximum limits so as to save harmless the facility and the
State from all financial loss, damage or harm.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and sold at retail in
the Chicago Civic Center, provided that:
(i) the written consent of the Public Building
Commission which administers the Chicago Civic Center is
filed with the Commission;
(ii) the alcoholic liquor is sold or dispensed only in
connection with organized functions held on special
occasions;
(iii) the organized function is one for which the
planned attendance is 25 or more persons;
(iv) the facility selling or dispensing the alcoholic
liquors has provided dram shop liability insurance in
maximum limits so as to hold harmless the Civic Center, the
City of Chicago and the State from all financial loss,
damage or harm; and
(v) all applicable local ordinances are complied with.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered or sold in any building
belonging to or under the control of any city, village or
incorporated town where more than 75% of the physical
properties of the building is used for commercial or
recreational purposes, and the building is located upon a pier
extending into or over the waters of a navigable lake or stream
or on the shore of a navigable lake or stream. In accordance
with a license issued under this Act, alcoholic liquor may be
sold, served, or delivered in buildings and facilities under
the control of the Department of Natural Resources during
events or activities lasting no more than 7 continuous days
upon the written approval of the Director of Natural Resources
acting as the controlling government authority. The Director of
Natural Resources may specify conditions on that approval,
including but not limited to requirements for insurance and
hours of operation. Notwithstanding any other provision of this
Act, alcoholic liquor sold by a United States Army Corps of
Engineers or Department of Natural Resources concessionaire
who was operating on June 1, 1991 for on-premises consumption
only is not subject to the provisions of Articles IV and IX.
Beer and wine may be sold on the premises of the Joliet Park
District Stadium owned by the Joliet Park District when written
consent to the issuance of a license to sell beer and wine in
such premises is filed with the local liquor commissioner by
the Joliet Park District. Beer and wine may be sold in
buildings on the grounds of State veterans' homes when written
consent to the issuance of a license to sell beer and wine in
such buildings is filed with the Commission by the Department
of Veterans' Affairs, and the facility shall provide dram shop
liability in maximum insurance coverage limits so as to save
the facility harmless from all financial loss, damage or harm.
Such liquors may be delivered to and sold at any property owned
or held under lease by a Metropolitan Pier and Exposition
Authority or Metropolitan Exposition and Auditorium Authority.
Beer and wine may be sold and dispensed at professional
sporting events and at professional concerts and other
entertainment events conducted on premises owned by the Forest
Preserve District of Kane County, subject to the control of the
District Commissioners and applicable local law, provided that
dram shop liability insurance is provided at maximum coverage
limits so as to hold the District harmless from all financial
loss, damage and harm.
Nothing in this Section shall preclude the sale or delivery
of beer and wine at a State or county fair or the sale or
delivery of beer or wine at a city fair in any otherwise lawful
manner.
Alcoholic liquors may be sold at retail in buildings in
State parks under the control of the Department of Natural
Resources, provided:
a. the State park has overnight lodging facilities with
some restaurant facilities or, not having overnight
lodging facilities, has restaurant facilities which serve
complete luncheon and dinner or supper meals,
b. (blank), and
c. the alcoholic liquors are sold by the State park
lodge or restaurant concessionaire only during the hours
from 11 o'clock a.m. until 12 o'clock midnight.
Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, alcoholic
liquor sold by the State park or restaurant concessionaire
is not subject to the provisions of Articles IV and IX.
Alcoholic liquors may be sold at retail in buildings on
properties under the control of the Historic Sites and
Preservation Division of the Historic Preservation Agency or
the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum provided:
a. the property has overnight lodging facilities with
some restaurant facilities or, not having overnight
lodging facilities, has restaurant facilities which serve
complete luncheon and dinner or supper meals,
b. consent to the issuance of a license to sell
alcoholic liquors in the buildings has been filed with the
commission by the Historic Sites and Preservation Division
of the Historic Preservation Agency or the Abraham Lincoln
Presidential Library and Museum, and
c. the alcoholic liquors are sold by the lodge or
restaurant concessionaire only during the hours from 11
o'clock a.m. until 12 o'clock midnight.
The sale of alcoholic liquors pursuant to this Section does
not authorize the establishment and operation of facilities
commonly called taverns, saloons, bars, cocktail lounges, and
the like except as a part of lodge and restaurant facilities in
State parks or golf courses owned by Forest Preserve Districts
with a population of less than 3,000,000 or municipalities or
park districts.
Alcoholic liquors may be sold at retail in the Springfield
Administration Building of the Department of Transportation
and the Illinois State Armory in Springfield; provided, that
the controlling government authority may consent to such sales
only if
a. the request is from a not-for-profit organization;
b. such sales would not impede normal operations of the
departments involved;
c. the not-for-profit organization provides dram shop
liability in maximum insurance coverage limits and agrees
to defend, save harmless and indemnify the State of
Illinois from all financial loss, damage or harm;
d. no such sale shall be made during normal working
hours of the State of Illinois; and
e. the consent is in writing.
Alcoholic liquors may be sold at retail in buildings in
recreational areas of river conservancy districts under the
control of, or leased from, the river conservancy districts.
Such sales are subject to reasonable local regulations as
provided in Article IV; however, no such regulations may
prohibit or substantially impair the sale of alcoholic liquors
on Sundays or Holidays.
Alcoholic liquors may be provided in long term care
facilities owned or operated by a county under Division 5-21 or
5-22 of the Counties Code, when approved by the facility
operator and not in conflict with the regulations of the
Illinois Department of Public Health, to residents of the
facility who have had their consumption of the alcoholic
liquors provided approved in writing by a physician licensed to
practice medicine in all its branches.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and dispensed in
State housing assigned to employees of the Department of
Corrections. No person shall furnish or allow to be furnished
any alcoholic liquors to any prisoner confined in any jail,
reformatory, prison or house of correction except upon a
physician's prescription for medicinal purposes.
Alcoholic liquors may be sold at retail or dispensed at the
Willard Ice Building in Springfield, at the State Library in
Springfield, and at Illinois State Museum facilities by (1) an
agency of the State, whether legislative, judicial or
executive, provided that such agency first obtains written
permission to sell or dispense alcoholic liquors from the
controlling government authority, or by (2) a not-for-profit
organization, provided that such organization:
a. Obtains written consent from the controlling
government authority;
b. Sells or dispenses the alcoholic liquors in a manner
that does not impair normal operations of State offices
located in the building;
c. Sells or dispenses alcoholic liquors only in
connection with an official activity in the building;
d. Provides, or its catering service provides, dram
shop liability insurance in maximum coverage limits and in
which the carrier agrees to defend, save harmless and
indemnify the State of Illinois from all financial loss,
damage or harm arising out of the selling or dispensing of
alcoholic liquors.
Nothing in this Act shall prevent a not-for-profit
organization or agency of the State from employing the services
of a catering establishment for the selling or dispensing of
alcoholic liquors at authorized functions.
The controlling government authority for the Willard Ice
Building in Springfield shall be the Director of the Department
of Revenue. The controlling government authority for Illinois
State Museum facilities shall be the Director of the Illinois
State Museum. The controlling government authority for the
State Library in Springfield shall be the Secretary of State.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and sold at retail or
dispensed at any facility, property or building under the
jurisdiction of the Historic Sites and Preservation Division of
the Historic Preservation Agency or the Abraham Lincoln
Presidential Library and Museum where the delivery, sale or
dispensing is by (1) an agency of the State, whether
legislative, judicial or executive, provided that such agency
first obtains written permission to sell or dispense alcoholic
liquors from a controlling government authority, or by (2) an
individual or organization provided that such individual or
organization:
a. Obtains written consent from the controlling
government authority;
b. Sells or dispenses the alcoholic liquors in a manner
that does not impair normal workings of State offices or
operations located at the facility, property or building;
c. Sells or dispenses alcoholic liquors only in
connection with an official activity of the individual or
organization in the facility, property or building;
d. Provides, or its catering service provides, dram
shop liability insurance in maximum coverage limits and in
which the carrier agrees to defend, save harmless and
indemnify the State of Illinois from all financial loss,
damage or harm arising out of the selling or dispensing of
alcoholic liquors.
The controlling government authority for the Historic
Sites and Preservation Division of the Historic Preservation
Agency shall be the Director of the Historic Sites and
Preservation, and the controlling government authority for the
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum shall be the
Executive Director of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
and Museum.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and sold at retail or
dispensed for consumption at the Michael Bilandic Building at
160 North LaSalle Street, Chicago IL 60601, after the normal
business hours of any day care or child care facility located
in the building, by (1) a commercial tenant or subtenant
conducting business on the premises under a lease made pursuant
to Section 405-315 of the Department of Central Management
Services Law (20 ILCS 405/405-315), provided that such tenant
or subtenant who accepts delivery of, sells, or dispenses
alcoholic liquors shall procure and maintain dram shop
liability insurance in maximum coverage limits and in which the
carrier agrees to defend, indemnify, and save harmless the
State of Illinois from all financial loss, damage, or harm
arising out of the delivery, sale, or dispensing of alcoholic
liquors, or by (2) an agency of the State, whether legislative,
judicial, or executive, provided that such agency first obtains
written permission to accept delivery of and sell or dispense
alcoholic liquors from the Director of Central Management
Services, or by (3) a not-for-profit organization, provided
that such organization:
a. obtains written consent from the Department of
Central Management Services;
b. accepts delivery of and sells or dispenses the
alcoholic liquors in a manner that does not impair normal
operations of State offices located in the building;
c. accepts delivery of and sells or dispenses alcoholic
liquors only in connection with an official activity in the
building; and
d. provides, or its catering service provides, dram
shop liability insurance in maximum coverage limits and in
which the carrier agrees to defend, save harmless, and
indemnify the State of Illinois from all financial loss,
damage, or harm arising out of the selling or dispensing of
alcoholic liquors.
Nothing in this Act shall prevent a not-for-profit
organization or agency of the State from employing the services
of a catering establishment for the selling or dispensing of
alcoholic liquors at functions authorized by the Director of
Central Management Services.
Alcoholic liquors may be sold at retail or dispensed at the
James R. Thompson Center in Chicago, subject to the provisions
of Section 7.4 of the State Property Control Act, and 222 South
College Street in Springfield, Illinois by (1) a commercial
tenant or subtenant conducting business on the premises under a
lease or sublease made pursuant to Section 405-315 of the
Department of Central Management Services Law (20 ILCS
405/405-315), provided that such tenant or subtenant who sells
or dispenses alcoholic liquors shall procure and maintain dram
shop liability insurance in maximum coverage limits and in
which the carrier agrees to defend, indemnify and save harmless
the State of Illinois from all financial loss, damage or harm
arising out of the sale or dispensing of alcoholic liquors, or
by (2) an agency of the State, whether legislative, judicial or
executive, provided that such agency first obtains written
permission to sell or dispense alcoholic liquors from the
Director of Central Management Services, or by (3) a
not-for-profit organization, provided that such organization:
a. Obtains written consent from the Department of
Central Management Services;
b. Sells or dispenses the alcoholic liquors in a manner
that does not impair normal operations of State offices
located in the building;
c. Sells or dispenses alcoholic liquors only in
connection with an official activity in the building;
d. Provides, or its catering service provides, dram
shop liability insurance in maximum coverage limits and in
which the carrier agrees to defend, save harmless and
indemnify the State of Illinois from all financial loss,
damage or harm arising out of the selling or dispensing of
alcoholic liquors.
Nothing in this Act shall prevent a not-for-profit
organization or agency of the State from employing the services
of a catering establishment for the selling or dispensing of
alcoholic liquors at functions authorized by the Director of
Central Management Services.
Alcoholic liquors may be sold or delivered at any facility
owned by the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority provided that
dram shop liability insurance has been made available in a
form, with such coverage and in such amounts as the Authority
reasonably determines is necessary.
Alcoholic liquors may be sold at retail or dispensed at the
Rockford State Office Building by (1) an agency of the State,
whether legislative, judicial or executive, provided that such
agency first obtains written permission to sell or dispense
alcoholic liquors from the Department of Central Management
Services, or by (2) a not-for-profit organization, provided
that such organization:
a. Obtains written consent from the Department of
Central Management Services;
b. Sells or dispenses the alcoholic liquors in a manner
that does not impair normal operations of State offices
located in the building;
c. Sells or dispenses alcoholic liquors only in
connection with an official activity in the building;
d. Provides, or its catering service provides, dram
shop liability insurance in maximum coverage limits and in
which the carrier agrees to defend, save harmless and
indemnify the State of Illinois from all financial loss,
damage or harm arising out of the selling or dispensing of
alcoholic liquors.
Nothing in this Act shall prevent a not-for-profit
organization or agency of the State from employing the services
of a catering establishment for the selling or dispensing of
alcoholic liquors at functions authorized by the Department of
Central Management Services.
Alcoholic liquors may be sold or delivered in a building
that is owned by McLean County, situated on land owned by the
county in the City of Bloomington, and used by the McLean
County Historical Society if the sale or delivery is approved
by an ordinance adopted by the county board, and the
municipality in which the building is located may not prohibit
that sale or delivery, notwithstanding any other provision of
this Section. The regulation of the sale and delivery of
alcoholic liquor in a building that is owned by McLean County,
situated on land owned by the county, and used by the McLean
County Historical Society as provided in this paragraph is an
exclusive power and function of the State and is a denial and
limitation under Article VII, Section 6, subsection (h) of the
Illinois Constitution of the power of a home rule municipality
to regulate that sale and delivery.
Alcoholic liquors may be sold or delivered in any building
situated on land held in trust for any school district
organized under Article 34 of the School Code, if the building
is not used for school purposes and if the sale or delivery is
approved by the board of education.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and sold at retail in
any building owned by a public library district, provided that
the delivery and sale is approved by the board of trustees of
that public library district and is limited to library
fundraising events or programs of a cultural or educational
nature. Before the board of trustees of a public library
district may approve the delivery and sale of alcoholic
liquors, the board of trustees of the public library district
must have a written policy that has been approved by the board
of trustees of the public library district governing when and
under what circumstances alcoholic liquors may be delivered to
and sold at retail on property owned by that public library
district. The written policy must (i) provide that no alcoholic
liquor may be sold, distributed, or consumed in any area of the
library accessible to the general public during the event or
program, (ii) prohibit the removal of alcoholic liquor from the
venue during the event, and (iii) require that steps be taken
to prevent the sale or distribution of alcoholic liquor to
persons under the age of 21. Any public library district that
has alcoholic liquor delivered to or sold at retail on property
owned by the public library district shall provide dram shop
liability insurance in maximum insurance coverage limits so as
to save harmless the public library districts from all
financial loss, damage, or harm.
Alcoholic liquors may be sold or delivered in buildings
owned by the Community Building Complex Committee of Boone
County, Illinois if the person or facility selling or
dispensing the alcoholic liquor has provided dram shop
liability insurance with coverage and in amounts that the
Committee reasonably determines are necessary.
Alcoholic liquors may be sold or delivered in the building
located at 1200 Centerville Avenue in Belleville, Illinois and
occupied by either the Belleville Area Special Education
District or the Belleville Area Special Services Cooperative.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and sold at the Louis
Joliet Renaissance Center, City Center Campus, located at 214
N. Ottawa Street, Joliet, and the Food Services/Culinary Arts
Department facilities, Main Campus, located at 1215 Houbolt
Road, Joliet, owned by or under the control of Joliet Junior
College, Illinois Community College District No. 525.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and sold at Triton
College, Illinois Community College District No. 504.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and sold at the
College of DuPage, Illinois Community College District No. 502.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and sold on any
property owned, operated, or controlled by Lewis and Clark
Community College, Illinois Community College District No.
536.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and sold at the
building located at 446 East Hickory Avenue in Apple River,
Illinois, owned by the Apple River Fire Protection District,
and occupied by the Apple River Community Association if the
alcoholic liquor is sold or dispensed only in connection with
organized functions approved by the Apple River Community
Association for which the planned attendance is 20 or more
persons and if the person or facility selling or dispensing the
alcoholic liquor has provided dram shop liability insurance in
maximum limits so as to hold harmless the Apple River Fire
Protection District, the Village of Apple River, and the Apple
River Community Association from all financial loss, damage,
and harm.
Alcoholic liquors may be delivered to and sold at the Sikia
Restaurant, Kennedy King College Campus, located at 740 West
63rd Street, Chicago, and at the Food Services in the Great
Hall/Washburne Culinary Institute Department facility, Kennedy
King College Campus, located at 740 West 63rd Street, Chicago,
owned by or under the control of City Colleges of Chicago,
Illinois Community College District No. 508.
(Source: P.A. 98-132, eff. 8-2-13; 98-201, eff. 8-9-13; 98-692,
eff. 7-1-14; 98-756, eff. 7-16-14; 98-1092, eff. 8-26-14;
99-78, eff. 7-20-15; 99-484, eff. 10-30-15; 99-550, eff.
7-15-16; 99-559, eff. 7-15-16; 99-795, eff. 8-12-16; revised
9-16-16.)
Section 900. Effective date. This Act takes effect upon
becoming law.
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