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ture, sale or keeping for sale, of intoxicating liquor, now or hereinafter
in effect during the life of this permit. Given under my hand and seal in the City of Springfield, State
of Illinois, this. . . . . . . . day of . . . . . . . . . . . ., 19. . . .
ATTORNEY GENERAL or THE STATE of ILLINois.
§ 3. Whoever, shall, within prohibition territory, by himself or another, either as principal, clerk or servant, in any manner manufaeure, keep for sale, order, purchase, receive, transport upon any highway, cause to be transported upon any highway, take an order for, sell. give away, or dispose of, or aid any person in procuring any intoxicating liquor in any quantity whatsoever, shall be punished in the manner prescribed in section eight (8) of this Act: Provided, that nothing in this Act shall be construed to forbid the manufacture, storage in bonded warehouses, or transportation in bond, of intoxicating liquor for medicinal, sacramental, chemical, mechanical and manufacturing purposes, under such restrictions and regulations as are now or may hereafter be provided by the laws of the United States or of this State; nor to forbid the sale by such manufacturer to wholesale druggists and to manufacturers of bona fide pharmaceutical preparations, and by such wholesale druggists to druggists and manufacturers of bona fide pharmaceutical preparations; nor to forbid the manufacture of vinegar under suc regulations and restrictions as are now or may hereafter be provided by the laws of the United States, or of this State; nor to forbid the purchasing or keeping for sale of intoxicating liquor for medicinal, sacramental, chemical, mechanical and manufacturing purposes when purchased and kept for sale in accordance with this Act; nor to forbid any consignee from transporting his vessel or package of intoxicating liquor from the nearest place of delivery to the nearest carrier to the place where such liquor is to be used; nor to forbid any person to whom any druggist of the county has lawfully delivered any bottle or vessel of intoxicating liquor from transporting such liquor to the place where it is to be used in such county. § 4. Whoever shall, within prohibition territory, in any manner manufacture, advertise, sell, keep for sale, order, purchase, receive, transport, take an order for, give away or in any manner dispose of any preparation, compound or tablet from which intoxicating liquor as a beverage is made, shall be punished in the manner prescribed in section eight (8) of this Act. § 5. Whoever shall, by himself or another, either as principal. clerk or servant, within prohibition territory, directly or indirectly, in any newspaper, periodical, circular, handbill or price list, advertise any intoxicating liquor for sale or distribution, or publish or distribute any printed matter which either directly or indirectly advertises any intoxicating liquor for sale or distribution, or display or post or suffer to be displayed or posted, in, on or about any building, premises, boat, vehicle or any other place whatsoever under his control, any sign or other advertisement of any, liquor manufacturer, wholesale or retail liquor
dealer, or display or post or suffer to be displayed or posted, any sign or other advertisement indicating that intoxicating liquor is kept or distributed at such building, premises, boat, vehicle or other place, shall be punished in the manner prescribed in section eight (8) of this Act. § 6. Whoever shall, by himself or another, either as principal, clerk or servant, within this State, ship or cause to be shipped, or offer for shipment, or transport by any means whatsoever upon any highway in, through or into prohibition territory, any vessel or package containing any intoxicating liquor which is not so labeled or marked on the outside cover thereof as to plainly show the true name and address of the consignor and consignee, the kind and quantity of liquor contained therein, and the purpose for which such liquor is to be used by the consignee, and the place where such liquor is to be used by the consignee, shall be punished in the manner prescribed in section eight (8) of this Act. § 7. Nothing in this Act shall be construed to forbid any carrier from receiving and transporting intoxicating liquor upon any highway within prohibition territory, when labeled as aforesaid, so long as such carrier shall, immediately upon receipt of each and every vessel or package of intoxicating liquor, make a legible record in a permanently bound book which such carrier shall provide for that purpose and for that purpose only, of the date of the reception of such vessel or package, (if received from another carrier) the name thereof, the full and true name and address of the consignor and consignee, (stating the street and house number of the consignee, if there be such: if not, then otherwise distinctly designating his place of residence and the place where the liquor is to be kept) the kind and quantity of liquor contained in such package, the purpose for which such liquor is to be used by the consignee, the date of delivery to the consignee, and shall before delivering such liquor, secure the signature of the consignee to a statement, in the presence of a witness, in such record book; and shall keep a duplicate of such book on the vehicle on which any sugh liquor is being transported on any highway, open to the inspection of all peace officers, and shall keep for the period of three (3) years such record book and all statements of consignees open to the full and free Inspection of all peace officers and their deputies and agents, during business hours at the office from which the delivery is to be or was made, and to allow all such officers, their deputies and agents, to copy any part or the whole of any such record book or statement. Each page of such record shall he substantially in the following form:
CARRIER's LIQUOR RECORD
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (Name of Carrier) o: Name of Con- Address of Con- | From what CarCarrier. signor S1gn Or. rier Received. Residence Ad- |. Place Where LiqName of Consignee dress of Con- Business Address uor is to be kept
signee. by Consignee.
Purpose for f deli Ki Quantity of Liq- which Liquor is |Date of delivery ind of Liquor uor to be used by to Consignee.
CoNSIGNEE’s STATEMENT TO CARRIER.
To: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - (Name of Carrier):
I do hereby solemnly certify upon my honor and under penalty of the law that my full and true name is. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; that I am the bona fide consignee to whom the intoxicating liquor referred to in the foregoing record is consigned; that I have never been convicted of any violation of the law entitled: “An Act to restrict the manufacture, possession and use of intoxicating liquor within prohibition territory”; that each and every statement made in said record is true and correct; that I will not use or suffer any other person to use said liquor for any other purpose than the one therein specified, and will keep said liquor at the place designated until used.
Signed at. . . . . . . . . . . . . . , Illinois, this....day of . . . . . . .., 19. . .
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(Signature of Witness) Provided, the phrase, “Have never been convicted” when applicable to a druggist, shall be construed in harmony with section ten (10) of this Act. No carrior shall, within prohibition territory, turn over or de
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liver any intoxicating liquor under any circumstances whatsoever to any person who has been convicted of any violation of any provision of this Act, to any minor, to any person intoxicated, to any person in the habit of getting intoxicated, to any person under a fictitious name, to any consignee who is not personally known to the carrier, to any person other than the bona fide consignee, or to any consignee whomsoever except when consigned as follows: First—To a druggist: Provided, it shall be sufficient for the label on the package of such liquor and the record to show that such liquor is for a druggist without setting forth the purposes for which he may dispose of the same. Second–Wine: To any bona fide church or religious society for Sacramental purposes. Provided, the priest, rabbi, minister or some authorized official of such church or society, who is personally known to the carrier, shall sign the statement for and on behalf of such church or society. Third–Alcohol: To any person for chemical, mechanical or manufacturing purposes. All intoxicating liquors while in the custody of any carrier shall be subject to inspection of all peace officers and such officers shall be permitted to enter the premises and vehicle of any carrier for that purpose. Whoever, by himself or another, either as principal, clerk or servant, shall fail, refuse or neglect to discharge any duty imposed by this section, or shall make any false entry in any such record book, or deliver any intoxicating liquor to any consignee except for the foregoing purposes, or before the consignee shall have signed the foregoing statement in the presence of a witness, or do any other act prohibited by this section, shall for each offense be punished in the manner prescribed in section eight (8) of this Act. § 8. Whoever shall violate any provision of either of sections three (3), four (4), five (5), six (6), seven (?), or thirteen (13) of this Act, or shall do or neglect, omit or refuse to do, anything required or prohibited by this Act when there is no specific penalty or punishment imposed by this Act for such act or omission, shall for each offense, upon conviction thereof, be fined not less than fifty dollars ($50.00) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500.00), or imprisoned in the county jail for not less than twenty (20) days nor more than sixty (60) days, or both in the discretion of the court. If any person shall be convicted of violating any provision of any such sections, and shall subsequently violate any provision of any such sections, for such second and each subsequent violation he shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined not less than two hundred dollars ($200) nor more than five thousand dollars ($5,000), and be imprisoned in the county jail for not less than ninety (00) days nor more than one (1) year, in the discretion of the court. § 9. Nothing in this Act shall be construed to forbid any druggist, who has received the permit provided for in section two (2), from keeping intoxicating liquor and dispensing the same, so long as he shall faithfully provide and keep all the records, prescriptions and applications provided for herein: nor to prohibit him if he be a registered pharmacist, local registered pharmacist or registered assistant pharmacist, not to prohibit any registered pharmacist or local registered pharmacist of registered assistant pharmacist employed by such druggist within his pharmacy, from dispensing intoxicating liquor for medicinal purposes only upon the written prescription in each instance of a duly license: physician personally known to such druggist and actively engaged in the practice of his profession, provided such prescription shall be written in ink, addressed to such druggist, dated and signed by such physician, and shall state the full and true name and residence address (stating the street and house number if there be such, if not then otherwise distinctly designating his place of residence) of the person for whom the liquor is prescribed, and likewise the place where such liquor is to be administered, and that such physician has personally examined such person and that he is in immediate need of the kind and amount of liquo: prescribed, and state the name and address as aforesaid, of the person to whom such druggist is to deliver such liquor; and provided such druggist, before delivering such liquor, shall cancel such prescription by plainly writing or stamping, in ink, across the face thereof the word “cancelled”, stating the date (giving the date and hour) of such desivery: and provided the pharmacist filling such prescription shall sign his name to such cancellation; and provided further, that such druggist, before such delivery shall make a true and legible record of such sale in a permanently bound book, which the druggist shall provide for that purpose and that purpose only, giving the full and true name and residence address, as aforesaid, of the person to whom delivered, the name and residence address, as aforesaid, of the person for whom the liquor is prescribed and the place where it is to be administered, the kind and quantity of liquor sold, the purpose for which it is sold, the date of the prescription, the name and address of the physician issuing the same, and shall secure a receipt upon such record book for such liquor signed by the person to whom it is delivered, and before delivering such liquor shall permanently attach to the bottle or vessel a label containing the name and address of the druggist making the sale and a copy of the aforesaid record, and provided such druggist shall keep such record book and all prescriptions on file at such pharmacy for the space of five (5) years, open to the full and free inspection of the public at all times during business hours. Provided, such druggist may, without such prescription, by strictly complying with all the foregoing provisions, sell wine for sacramental purposes only to any bone fide church or religious society upon the written application in each instance of the governing body of such church or society personally presented by a priest, Taboo minister or other official of such church or society who is personal: known to such druggist to be such ; and alcohol for mechanical, chemical or manufacturing purposes only to any person who is personally know! to such druggist and who has never been convicted of any violation of this Act, and is not a minor, or an intoxicated person, or a person in the habit of getting intoxicated, upon the written application in each instance personally presented by such person. All such applications shal. be written in ink, addressed to such druggist, dated and signed, and