Monroe County, IL
 
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
GENERAL REFERENCES
General Code provisions — See Ch. 1, Art. I.
Article I General Provisions

§ 3-1-1 Short title.

§ 3-1-2 Definitions.

§ 3-1-3 Animal Control Program.

Article II Administration

§ 3-2-1 Administrator.

§ 3-2-2 Personnel and facilities.

§ 3-2-3 Funding.

§ 3-2-4 Authorization for requiring registration.

§ 3-2-5 Duties.

§ 3-2-6 Police power; cooperation of Police Department.

§ 3-2-7 Causes for removal of Administrator from office.

§ 3-2-8 Inspections; entry.

Article III Impoundment

§ 3-3-1 Impoundment of dogs running at large.

§ 3-3-2 Registration of impounded dogs and cats.

§ 3-3-3 Notice of impoundment.

§ 3-3-4 Redemption of impounded dog; conditions for redemption.

§ 3-3-5 Dogs not redeemed.

§ 3-3-6 Release without spaying or neutering prohibited.

§ 3-3-7 Humane societies exempt.

§ 3-3-8 Payment for rabies inoculation.

§ 3-3-9 Notice of picking up or confining strays to pound.

§ 3-3-10 Dogs and cats in heat.

Article IV Reporting and Confinement After Biting

§ 3-4-1 Confinement of animal after reported bite.

§ 3-4-2 Veterinarian to examine and report to Administrator.

§ 3-4-3 Confinement in owner's house.

§ 3-4-4 Post-confinement examination.

§ 3-4-5 Noncompliance; violations.

§ 3-4-6 Confinement period for animal which has bitten a person.

§ 3-4-7 Bite reporting and investigation.

Article V Vicious and Dangerous Dogs

§ 3-5-1 Enforcement and authorization.

§ 3-5-2 Dangerous dogs.

§ 3-5-3 Control methods for dangerous dogs.

§ 3-5-4 Vicious dogs.

§ 3-5-5 Microchip identification of dangerous and vicious dogs.

§ 3-5-6 Appeals.

§ 3-5-7 Exemptions.

Article VI Liability

§ 3-6-1 Liability of owner of dog attacking or injuring a person.

§ 3-6-2 Killing of dog seen to injure, wound, or kill domestic animals.

§ 3-6-3 Liability of owner of dog causing damage to domestic animals.

§ 3-6-4 Exemption from liability.

Article VII Claims and Reimbursement

§ 3-7-1 Reimbursement procedure for owners of domestic animals killed or injured by dog.

§ 3-7-2 Reimbursement amounts.

§ 3-7-3 Claims for loss of animals killed or injured by dogs.

§ 3-7-4 Payment to owner not a bar to action for damages.

Article VIII Rabies and Rabies Vaccinations

§ 3-8-1 General government powers in prevention of spread of rabies.

§ 3-8-2 Inoculation against rabies required annually, tags to be issued.

§ 3-8-3 Sale and distribution of vaccine.

§ 3-8-4 Vaccination tags provided by County; responsibility for each tag issued.

§ 3-8-5 Vaccination tags honored in all counties.

§ 3-8-6 Recognized immunity period.

§ 3-8-7 Dogs exhibiting signs of rabies.

§ 3-8-8 Unvaccinated impounded dog.

§ 3-8-9 Biting animal considered officially vaccinated.

§ 3-8-10 Brains of suspect animals to be submitted for examination.

§ 3-8-11 Biting animal not inoculated against rabies.

§ 3-8-12 Wild animals.

§ 3-8-13 Nondomestic animals.

Article IX Disposal/Destruction for Humane Reasons

§ 3-9-1 Destruction of animals for humane reasons.

§ 3-9-2 Disposal of unwanted animals.

Article X Cruelty to Animals

§ 3-10-1 Animal treatment.

§ 3-10-2 Animal fighting.

§ 3-10-3 Noncompliance.

Article XI Fees and the Animal Control Fund

§ 3-11-1 Authority to require fees.

§ 3-11-2 Remittance of fees into animal control fund.

§ 3-11-3 Penalties and violations.