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ORDINANCE NO. 1115 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 18.1206, <br />INSPECTIONS, EXAMINATIONS AND REVOCATIONS, <br />OF ARTICLE 12, DEALERS IN ALCOHOLIC LIQUORS, <br />OF CHAPTER 18 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF <br />VILLAGE OF ELK GROVE VILLAGE <br />BE IT ORDAINED by the President and Board of Trustees of the <br />Village of Elk Grove Village, Counties of Cook and Du Page, Illinois, <br />as follows: <br />Section 1: That Section 18.1206, Inspections, Examinations and <br />Revocations, of the Municipal Code of the Village of Elk Grove Village <br />be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: <br />The Local Liquor Control Commissioner shall <br />have the right to examine, or cause to be examined, <br />under oath any applicant for a local license or for a <br />renewal thereof, and to examine or cause to be <br />examined the books and records of any such applicant. <br />The Local Liquor Control Commissioner shall <br />have the right to hold a hearing for any licensee <br />upon whom notice of revocation or suspension has been <br />served and to examine or cause to be examined the <br />books and records of any such licensee; to hear <br />testimony and take proof for his information in the <br />performance of his duties, and for such purpose to <br />issue subpoenas which shall be effective in any <br />part of this State, all as provided and in the manner <br />provided by law. <br />If, after a hearing on an alledged violation, <br />the Village President as Local Liquor Control Commissioner <br />finds that there was any violation of the ordinances <br />of the Village of Elk Grove Village or statutes of the <br />State of Illinois, he may suspend or revoke any retail <br />liquor dealers' license, and/or fine such licensee for <br />any violation of any provision of this Article or for <br />the violation of any State law pertaining to the sale <br />of alcoholic liquor. <br />1. If the Commissioner determines to <br />suspend such license, the term of the <br />suspension shall not be less than one <br />day nor more than 30 days. <br />2. If the Commissioner elects to fine <br />such licensee, the amount of such fine <br />shall not be less than .$50.00 nor more <br />than $500.00. <br />All proceedings before the said Local Liquor <br />Control Commissioner shall be recorded and placed in a <br />certified official record of such proceedings taken and <br />prepared by a certified court reporter. <br />Section 2: That this Ordinance shall be in full force <br />