(510 ILCS 105/7) (from Ch. 5, par. 1807)
    Sec. 7. If State funds are available for paying an indemnity, the Department shall pay an indemnity to the owner of any swine destroyed pursuant to an approved plan. Such indemnity shall not exceed the appraised value less the salvage value of the destroyed animals. The swine shall be appraised jointly by the swine owner or his representative and a representative of the Department. If an agreement cannot be reached on the appraised value, the swine shall be appraised by 3 appraisers, one selected by the Department, one by the swine owner or his representative, and one by the 2 appraisers thus selected. Swine presented for appraisal as registered, inbred or hybrid swine shall be accompanied by their certificate of registry at the time of the appraisal, or else they shall be appraised as grade swine. If swine are in the process of being registered at the time of the appraisal, the Department shall grant the owner the necessary time to obtain the certificate of registry.
(Source: P.A. 84-315.)