Rep. Michael J. Zalewski
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AMENDMENT TO SENATE BILL 104
AMENDMENT NO. ______. Amend Senate Bill 104, AS AMENDED,
with reference to page and line numbers of House Amendment No.
1, on page 1, line 7, after "6-28.8", by inserting "and by
adding Section 6-37"; and
on page 10, by replacing lines 7 and 8 with "placed in a sealed
container by a retail licensee at the retail licensee's
or a manufacturer's original container
transferred and sold for"; and
on page 11, line 4, after "(4)", by inserting "
except for a
manufacturer's original container,
on page 11, by replacing line 10 with "retail licensee that
filled the original container and"; and
on page 13, line 10, by replacing "
" with "
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on page 13, immediately below line 13, by inserting the
"(235 ILCS 5/6-37 new)
Hospitality vaccination incentive; temporary.
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, from June
10, 2021 through July 10, 2021, a retail licensee may offer a
single drink of alcoholic liquor at no cost to a customer as
part of a publicly advertised promotion to encourage
participation in any COVID-19 vaccination program if the
customer provides proof of COVID-19 vaccination received at
any time. Drinks may be provided under this Section only from 6
p.m. through 10 p.m.
This Section is subject to any rule or bulletin posted by
the State Commission.
(b) A retail licensee's participation in providing a
single drink of alcoholic liquor is voluntary and a retail
licensee may refuse to provide a single drink at no charge. The
retail licensee may determine or restrict which single drink
of alcoholic liquor it will provide at no cost but under no
circumstances may a single drink of alcoholic liquor exceed
1.5 ounces of distilled spirits, 5 ounces of wine, or 12 ounces
(c) A local liquor control commissioner or local liquor
control commission may prohibit retail licensees within its
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jurisdiction from providing a single drink of alcoholic liquor
at no charge by promulgating a rule or policy preempting this
(d) After receiving a single drink of alcoholic liquor at
no charge, no customer shall receive a subsequent drink from
the retail licensee providing the drink at no charge or from
another retail licensee on the same day or any subsequent day.
In addition to abiding by all other alcoholic liquor sales
laws, before providing a single drink at no charge, the retail
licensee shall develop procedures to verify the identity of
the vaccinated customer by comparing the vaccination card to a
form of valid federal or State identification. The retail
licensee shall develop procedures to ensure that a customer
does not obtain more than a single drink at no charge and the
retail licensee shall be subject to penalties imposed by the
State Commission if the retail licensee provides more than a
single drink to a particular customer at no charge.
(e) The State Commission may publish further guidelines on
the implementation of this Section not inconsistent with this
Section and shall post them on the State Commission's website.
(f) This Section is repealed on July 11, 2021.