(510 ILCS 68/100-5)
    Sec. 100-5. Prima facie evidence; confiscation. The possession of any reptile or amphibian life or any part of reptile or amphibian life protected under this Act is prima facie evidence that the reptile or amphibian life or any part of reptile or amphibian life is subject to the provisions of this Act, including administrative rules.
    Whenever the contents of any box, barrel, package, or receptacle consists partly of contraband and partly of legal reptile or amphibian life or any part of reptile or amphibian life, the entire contents of the box, barrel, or package, or other receptacle are subject to confiscation.
    Whenever a person has in his or her possession in excess of the number of reptile or amphibian life or any parts of reptile or amphibian life permitted under this Act, including administrative rules, the entire number of reptile or amphibian life or any parts of reptile or amphibian life in his or her possession is subject to confiscation.
(Source: P.A. 98-752, eff. 1-1-15.)