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(510 ILCS 20/1) (from Ch. 8, par. 123)
Sec. 1. This Act shall be known that can be cited while the "Bees and Apiaries Act".
(Resource: P.A. 82-722.)
(510 ILCS 20/1a) (from Ch. 8, par. 123a)
Sec. 1a. Definitions. As found in this Act, unless the context usually requires:
"Abate" indicates the destruction or disinfection of bees, colonies, or components of bee equipment by burning or by therapy specified because of the Department.
"Apiary" indicates a spot in which a number of hives or colonies of bees tend to be kept.
"Bee diseases" suggests any infectious or contagious conditions of bees as specified because of the division, including but not limited to United states foulbrood.
"Bee equipment" implies hives, supers, frames, or just about any other devices found in beekeeping.
"Bee parasites" implies any parasite of bees as specified because of the division.
"Beekeeper" implies a person who keeps bees.
"Beekeeping" indicates the increasing or making of bees, beeswax, honey, and by-products as well as the transporting of bees, colonies or items of bee equipment.
"Bees" indicates the normal honey-bee, Apis mellifera (L) in just about any phase of its life pattern.
"Colony" means the whole honey bee family or social unit living collectively.
"Compliance contract" indicates a written contract between a registrant or other person dealing with or moving bees, colonies or components of bee gear while the Department, where the former agrees to certain circumstances or needs to be able to remain in conformity using terms of this Act.
"Department" suggests the Illinois division of Agriculture.
"Director" implies the Director associated with the Illinois division of Agriculture or his / her authorized broker.
"Exotic stress of bees" implies any developed strain of bees as yet not known to be present ordinarily within the State as specified because of the division.
"Hive" means a frame hive, box hive, box, barrel, sign gum, skep or other receptacle or container, all-natural or synthetic, or any component thereof, which is used or employed as a domicile for bees.
"Inspection certificate" implies the official record stating the bees, colonies, or items of bee gear were examined by an inspector of apiaries or any other officer faced with comparable obligations out of this condition or any other says for bee diseases, bee parasites or any other nuisances and discovered to be in conformity with this specific Act or Illinois entry demands.
"Nuisance" suggests bees, colonies, or items of bee equipment in which bee diseases, bee parasites or unique strains of bees exist; or hives that simply cannot be easily inspected; or colonies that are not signed up.
"Packages" means bees with or without meals supply in special containers for transport.
"Permit" means a statement of consent to allow bees, colonies, or components of bee gear to enter the State or even go inside the State whether an assessment certificate is present.
"Person" means anybody, firm, cooperation, relationship, organization, or other prepared band of individuals whether incorporated or not.
"Registrant" means anyone trying to get registration associated with apiary or apiaries therefore the colonies of bees.
"Registration" means the recording of registrant's name, target, apiary location and just about every other relevant home elevators an imprinted form prescribed because of the Department.
(Origin: P.A. 88-138.)
(510 ILCS 20/2) (from Ch. 8, par. 124)
Sec. 2. (a) everyone keeping one or more colonies of bees shall register because of the Department annually.
(b) Every person keeping a number of colonies of bees might expected to upload his / her registration number in a prominent spot within each apiary under their control.
(Supply: P.A. 88-138.)
(510 ILCS 20/2-1)
(2) institution of that time period within that the
(3) directions, written or printed, pointing out the
practices that will probably be utilized to abate the annoyance;
(4) a declaration of effects should the owner
or beekeeper neglect to comply.