(225 ILCS 640/7) (from Ch. 121 1/2, par. 214)
    Sec. 7. Each operator of a livestock auction market shall keep the following records for each lot of livestock consigned to or sold through such livestock auction market:
    (a) The name and address of the consignor;
    (b) A description of the livestock, which includes the kind, approximate age, the sex, and any marks, brands or other distinguishing or identifying marks;
    (c) The method by which the livestock was delivered to the livestock auction market and, in the case of livestock delivered by motor vehicle, the name of the operator, the model, manufacturer, and the State license number of such motor vehicle;
    (d) The name and address of the purchaser of such livestock;
    (e) The price for which the livestock was sold or exchanged and the commission or other fees charged by the livestock auction market;
    (e-5) For equidae only, the date of the test for equine infectious anemia;
    (f) There shall be forwarded to the Department within 72 hours after date of each consignment sold for slaughter a certification of slaughter, or certification of shipment, on forms prescribed by the Department, or a purchaser's invoice. The purchaser's invoice shall contain information relative to resale of slaughter consignments as prescribed by the Department as well as the name and address of purchaser, number, description, and weight of animals and destination of each consignment; and
    (g) Any health certificates accompanying shipments.
    Such records shall be kept by the operator of a livestock auction market at the establishment or premises where the sale is held and conducted or such other convenient place as may be approved by the Department. Such records shall be open for inspection by authorized Department personnel of this State at all reasonable times and shall be retained and preserved for a period of at least 2 years.
(Source: P.A. 91-457, eff. 1-1-00.)