(410 ILCS 650/2) (from Ch. 56 1/2, par. 68)
    Sec. 2. The floors, sidewalks, ceilings, furniture, receptacles, implements and machinery of every such establishment or place where such food intended for sale is produced, prepared, manufactured, packed, stored, sold or distributed, and all cars, trucks and vehicles used in the transportation of such food products, shall at no time be kept or permitted to remain in an unclean, unhealthful or insanitary condition; and for the purpose of this act, unclean, unhealthful or insanitary conditions shall be deemed to exist if food in the process of production, preparation, manufacture, packing, storing, sale, distribution or transportation is not securely protected from flies, dust, dirt, and, as far as may be necessary by all reasonable means, from all other foreign or injurious contamination; or if the refuse, dirt or waste products subject to decomposition and fermentation incident to the manufacture, preparation, packing, storing, selling, distributing or transportation of such food are not removed daily, or if all trucks, trays, boxes, buckets or other receptacles, or the shutes, platforms, racks, tables, shelves, and knives, saws, cleavers or other utensils, or the machinery used in moving, handling, cutting, chopping, mixing, canning or other processes are not thoroughly cleaned daily; or if the clothing of operatives, employes, clerks or other persons therein employed, is unclean.
(Source: P.A. 80-1495.)