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ORDINANCE NO. 433 <br />AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 14.701 OF <br />THE VILLAGE OF ELK GROVE VILLAGE <br />MUNICIPAL CODE <br />BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF <br />TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF ELK GROVE VILLAGE, ILLINOIS: <br />SECTION 1: Section 14.701 of the Municipal Code <br />of the Village of Elk Grove Village is hereby further <br />amended, so that the said Section 14.701 shall thereafter <br />read as follows: <br />"Section 14.701. Persons under the influence of <br />intoxicating liquor, narcotic drugs or other drugs. <br />(a) It is unlawful and punishable as provided in <br />subdivision (c) of this section for any person <br />who is a habitual user of narcotic drugs or any <br />person who is under the influence of intoxicating <br />liquor or narcotic drugs or other drugs such as <br />antihistamines, tranquilizers, ephedrine compounds <br />or soporific medications which would impair the <br />driver's ability, to operate, or attempt to <br />operate, any vehicle within this village. <br />(b) Upon the trial of any action or proceeding <br />arising out of acts alleged to have been committed <br />by any person while driving or in actual physical <br />control of a vehicle while under the influence of <br />intoxicating liquor, evidence of the amount of <br />alcohol in the person's blood at the time of the <br />act alleged as shown by a chemical analysis of his <br />breath, blood, urine, saliva or other bodily <br />substance is admissible, and the result of any <br />such analysis shall give rise to the following <br />presumptions: <br />1. If there was 0.05 per cent or less by weight <br />of alcohol in the person's blood, it shall be <br />presumed that such person was not under the <br />influence of intoxicating liquor. <br />2. I£ there was in excess of 0.05 per cent but <br />less that 0.15 per cent by weight of alcohol in <br />the person's blood, such fact shall not give rise <br />to any presumption that the person was or was not <br />under the influence of intoxicating liquor, but <br />such fact may be considered with other competent <br />evidence in determining whether such person was <br />under the influence of intoxicating liquor; <br />(1) <br />