(410 ILCS 90/3)
(from Ch. 8, par. 233)
The Department of Agriculture may enter into local field agreements
with local governmental agencies, corporations, associations or individuals
when deemed necessary for the control of starlings, bird pests or injurious
or predatory animals or rodents in carrying out the provisions of this Act.
The Department may accept contributions or cost-sharing payments from
agencies, corporations, associations or individuals who are parties to such
field agreements and provide for the expenditure thereof in carrying out
the provisions of this Act.
In case work is done on privately owned premises, the cost of any bait
or materials used for starling, rat or rodent control shall be borne by the
owner or tenant of the premises on which the work is done.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 3394.)