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SUBCHAPTER b: ANIMALS AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS (EXCEPT MEAT AND POULTRY INSPECTION ACT REGULATIONS)
Section
110.10 Definitions
110.20 Submitting Specimens
110.30 Payment For Laboratory Services
110.40 Tests Not Covered By Fee Schedule
110.50 Minimum Fees
110.60 Euthanasia Fees
110.70 Clinical Pathology Fees
110.80 Histopathology Fees
110.90 Microbiology Fees
110.100 Parasitology Fees
110.110 Toxicology Fees
110.120 Miscellaneous Fees
110.130 Meats Chemistry Fees
110.140 Liquor Control Commission Fees
AUTHORITY: Implementing and authorized by the Animal Disease Laboratory Act [510 ILCS 10/1].
SOURCE: Adopted and codified at 8 Ill. Reg. 9047, effective July 1, 1984; amended at 9 Ill. Reg. 4471, effective March 22, 1985; amended at
9 Ill. Reg. 19638, effective January 1, 1986; amended at 10 Ill. 9733, effective May 21, 1986; amended at 11 Ill. Reg. 10163, effective May 15,
1987; amended at 12 Ill. Reg. 3379, effective January 25, 1988; amended at 13 Ill. Reg. 3617, effective April 15, 1989; amended at 14 Ill. Reg.
1907, effective January 19, 1990; amended at 14 Ill. Reg. 3416, effective March 1, 1990; amended at 14 Ill. Reg. 15304, effective September
10, 1990; amended at 16 Ill. Reg. 11416, effective July 1, 1992; amended at 17 Ill. Reg. , effective February 1, 1994; amended at 18 Ill. Reg.
17433, effective December 1, 1994; amended at 20 Ill. Reg, 255, effective January 1, 1996; amended at 21 Ill. Reg. 16176, effective January
1, 1997; amended at 21 Ill. Reg. 17034, effective January 1, 1998; amended at 23 Ill. Reg. 386, January 1, 1999; amended at 23 Ill. Reg.
9754, effective August 9, 1999; amended at 24 Ill Reg. 990 effective January 10, 2000; amended at 24 Ill. Reg. 16606, effective November
1,2000; amended at 26 Ill. Reg. 105, effective January 1, 2002).
Section 110.10 Definitions
"Accession" is one animal or group of animals or samples from the same location, representative of a single disease or disease problem, and received at the laboratory on the same day. "C" indicates the test is performed at the Animal Disease Laboratory-Centralia. "G" indicates the test is performed at the Animal Disease Laboratory-Galesburg. "S" indicates the test is performed at the State-Federal Serology Laboratory, Springfield. ANon-agricultural samples@ includes all samples of municipal and private water submitted for potability testing and/or chemical or bacteriological screening; all samples from members of the canine or feline species for any type of procedure or testing; all samples submitted for meats chemistry analysis, other than those submitted by Illinois Department of Agriculture personnel; and all environmental samples (soil, water or vegetation) not involved with production of a cash or feed crop. "Specimen" is any animal or plant tissue or substance to which a test or procedure is applied. (Source: Amended at 21 Ill. Reg. 17034, effective January 1, 1998)
Section 110.20 Submitting Specimens
Specimens shall be sent or delivered to the laboratory designated as performing the test. Addresses of the laboratories are as follows:
Animal Disease Laboratory, Shattuc Road, Centralia, Illinois 62801-9284. Animal Disease Laboratory, 2100 South Lake Storey Road, P.O. Box 2110X, Galesburg, Illinois 61402-2100. State-Federal Serology Laboratory, P.O. Box 2819, State Fairgrounds, Springfield, Illinois 62708-2819. (Source: Amended at 14 Ill. Reg. 1907, effective January 19, 1990)
Section 110.30 Payment For Laboratory Services
The person requesting the services shall be responsible for payment of laboratory services performed by the Illinois Department of Agriculture.
Laboratory charges are due and payable when billed each month. Laboratory services will not be performed if the account is more than 60
days overdue from the date of billing.
Section 110.40 Tests Not Covered By Fee Schedule
No fee shall be charged for diagnostic tests required by Illinois law or programs herein listed (i.e., testing for bovine brucellosis, swine brucellosis, pullorum-typhoid, equine infectious anemia, U.S.S. Enteritidis Flocks and pseudorabies). However, a charge shall be made for requested end titers on pseudorabies, unless the testing is approved for diagnostic purposes by the United States Department of Agriculture or by the Department. A fee as set forth in Section 110.90 shall be charged on screening samples at the dilution of 1:2 for pseudorabies. The Department shall approve testing for end titers on pseudorabies without charge when the herd is in a special state supervised testing program. See 8 Ill. Adm. Code 110.90 for information on specialty testing situations. (Source: Amended at 20 Ill. Reg. 255, effective January 1, 1996) Section 110.50 Minimum Fees
A minimum accession fee of $5 per accession shall be charged on all accessions originating from Illinois animals, with the exception of samples for trichinosis testing for which the minimum accession fee is $1. If such fees for the individual tests exceed the minimum fee, no minimum fee shall be charged. Persons submitting specimens for which there are no charges for the laboratory procedure shall be exempt from the minimum fee. The necropsy fee is $50 per accession up to four animals for all species and cadavers submitted where more than one test is needed, with an additional $20 for each additional animal. Poultry are exempt from the additional charge for each additional animal over four. If multiple tissue specimens are submitted where more than one test is needed, the fee is $50 per accession for up to four animals with an additional $20 for each additional animal. The necropsy fee and multiple tissue specimens fee will include a test in pathology, microbiology, parasitology and toxicology as indicated by the necropsy. These fees do not include electron microscopy examination, toxicologic screens, water and feed analysis, serology or herd surveys. In cases where only a necropsy is performed without any tests, the fee is $35 plus the disposal fee. The fee for a cosmetic necropsy for cats and dogs is $125 (cases where the owner wants the carcass back). Electron microscopy and toxicologic tests (other than a screen for metals and pesticides) shall be performed only after consultation with and with approval from the person who requested the laboratory services at the fees set forth in this Part. All fees, including the minimum accession and necropsy fee, shall be doubled on all out-of-state owners, unless a specific charge is noted or the sample is referred from another state diagnostic laboratory at which time only the in-state feel will be charged. Serologic tests on paired, acute and convalescent specimens will be billed as one accession at the fee set forth in this Part. Accessions submitted as "rush priority" specimens shall be charged at twice the normal rate. This charge shall apply to any submission requesting service at a rate faster than the normal laboratory routine turnaround time for the requested test (e.g., before the regularly scheduled day, before other samples or on days requiring additional personnel time such as weekends or holidays). For cases where there is no in-state fee (i.e. pseudorabies or bovine or swine brucellosis), the fee shall be as for out-of-state samples. The fee for accessions up to four animals or multiple tissues from up to four animals for the following work-ups will be as indicated, with and additional $15.00 for each additional animal. Poultry are exempt from the additional charge for each additional animal over four. 1) Porcine Abortion Work-up . $75.00 C, G 2) Bovine Abortion Work-up. $75.00 C, G 3) Respiratory or Enteric Diagnostic Work-up . $75.00 C, G 4) Equine Abortion Work-up …………………………………………………………………………………$75.00 C, G 5) Ovine Abortion Work-up……………………………………………………………………………………$75.00 C, G (Source: Amended at 26 Ill. Reg. 105, effective January 1, 2002)
Section 110.60 Euthanasia Fees
A fee of $10.00 shall be charged for euthanasia of a companion animal (i.e., household pet) only. Euthanasia will be performed only upon
written request of the veterinarian requesting the services, with a release authorizing euthanasia signed by the owner, and only when
necessary to perform diagnostic tests.
Section 110.70 Clinical Pathology Fees
The following fees apply to those specimens submitted where a necropsy is not involved; with a minimum total fee of $5.00:
1) Complete Blood Count (RBC, Hb, Ht, WBC, Diff.) . $13.00 C, G 2) Erythrocyte. 6.00 C, G 3) Leukocyte . 5.00 C, G 4) Bendixen Key . 5.00 C, G 5) Hemoglobin . 6.00 C, G 6) Hematocrit . 6.00 C, G 7) Differential . 5.00 C, G 8) Eosinophil Count--Total . 5.00 C 9) Stippling. 3.00 C, G 10) Fibrinogen. 5.00 G 11) Erythrocyte Shorn Stain (canine distemper) . 5.00 C, G Parasites--Wright's Giemsa Stain. 6.00 C, G 1) Routine Chemistry and Microscopic Examination . 9.00 C, G 2) Urine Urobilinogen, Qualitative. 3.00 G 3) Urine Na . 3.00 C 4) Urine K 3.00 C 1) SGOT (serum glutamic oxalacetic transaminase) . 5.00 C 2) SGPT (serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase) . 5.00 C 3) LDH (lactic dehydrogenase) . 5.00 C 4) Alkaline Phosphatase . 5.00 C 5) Lipase 6.00 C 6) Amylase. 6.00 C 7) Sorbitol dehydrogenase. 6.00 C 8) Arginase . 6.00 C 1) Bilirubin--Total and Direct . 10.00 C 2) Electrolytes (Ca, P, Mg, K, and Na). 15.00 C 3) Calcium. 5.00 C, G 4) Chloride . 5.00 C 5) Cholesterol, Total . 5.00 C 6) Creatinine . 5.00 C 7) Glucose . 5.00 C 8) Phosphorus . 5.00 C, G 9) Lactic Acid . 5.00 C 10) Potassium. 5.00 C 11) Total 12) Albumin. 5.00 C 13) Sodium . 5.00 C, G 14) 16) Zinc. 5.00 C 17) Magnesium . 5.00 C 18) Copper. 5.00 C 19) Iron . 5.00 C 1) Calculi Analysis, Qualitative . 10.00 C 2) Semen Examination . 10.00 C, G 3) Cytology Transudate/Exudate Cytology Examination Only . 18.00 C, G Complete (i.e., Count, SG, TP, Sugar, Culture). 20.00 C, G 4) Spinal Fluid (Cytology, SG, TP). 10.00 C, G (Source: Amended at 26 Ill. Reg. 105, effective January 1, 2001)
Section 110.80 Histopathology Fees
The following are the fees for histopathology: 1) Biopsy (tissue) . 30.00 C, G 2) Multiple Tissues (2-5 tissues) . 40.00 C, G 6 or more ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….50.00 C, G 3) Immunohistochemistry testing . 10.00 C, G In the event some specialty testing situation is requested by the person requesting the laboratory services, other fixatives are available. Please consult the respective diagnostic laboratory for the specific fee. (Source: Amended at 26 Ill. Reg. 105, effective January 1, 2002)
Section 110.90 Microbiology Fees
The following are the fees for microbiology:
Bacteriology, Mycoplasma and Fungi 1) Aerobic or anaerobic culture without sensitivity testing . 12.00 C, G 2) Aerobic culture with sensitivity testing . 20.00 C, G 3) Clostridium perfringens serotyping . 20.00 G 4) Milk samples for mastitis evaluation 1-4 specimens . 15.00 C, G (additional specimens, each at). 3.00 C, G Wisconsin mastitis test 1-10 specimens, each . 2.00 C (additional specimens, each at). 1.00 C 5) Leptospirosis - 6 serotypes Microtiter test - per specimen . 2.00 C, G 6) Canine brucellosis - per specimen . 5.00 C,G 7) Fluorescent Antibody Test (FA). 10.00 C, G 8) Escherichia coli serotyping . 3.00 C 9) Campylobacter (culture) . 10.00 C, G 10) Salmonella Haemophilus equigenitalis (CEM) . 4.00 C, G Spirochetes (swine dysentery--Treponema sp.) . 5.00 C, G Prepare and Supply Transport Media (per tube) . 1.00 C, G Return culture for bacterin production per organism . 2.00 C, G E. Coli or Metritis (1-4 specimens) . 15.00 C, G each additional specimen . 2.00 C, G Serotyping by PCR …………………………………………………………………………………………….20.00 G Clostridium difficite toxin ELISA ………………………………………………………………………………10.00 G 1) Electron Microscopy - fecal . 15.00 G 2) Pseudorabies Serology (positive or negative) . no charge C, G Pseudorabies Serology Out-of-State . 3.00 C, G Pseudorabies Serology (positive or negative) and end titer . 3.00 C, G Pseudorabies Serology (request for screen at dilution of 1:2). 3.00 C, G Pseudorabies Rush . 3.00 C, G Pseudorabies ELISA Screen Out-of-State ……………………………………………………………………1.50 C, G Pseudorabies Latex Agglutination Out-of-State……………………………………………………………….1.50 C, G Pseudorabies G1 ELISA Out-of-State ………………………………………………………………………….1.75 C, G 3) Fluorescent Antibody Test each disease – food animal . 10.00 C, G Glourescent Antibody Test each disease – non-food animal …………………………………………….15.00 C. G 4) Rabies 10.00 C, G 5) Virus Isolation in Cell Culture (1 specimen). 15.00 C, G Each additional specimen. 10.00 C, G 6) Viral Serology (each disease) 1-5 specimens, each . 3.00 C, G 7) Feline Leukemia Virus . 11.00 C 8) Feline Infectious Peritonitis (F.I.P.). 8.00 C 9) Canine parvo-virus (ELISA) fecal . 5.00 C, G 10) Swine enterovirus (8 serotypes) . 12.00 C 1-5 specimens each . 3.00 C, G Each additional specimen. 1.00 C, G PRRS (screening 1:20). 2.00 C, G PRRS end titer. 4.00 C, G PRRS PCR . 10.00 G Bovine virus diarrhea, A1 Screen by IHL, skin 1-5 animals each . 15.00 C, G Each additional specimen. 3.00 C, G Chlamydia Isolation in Cell Culture. 15.00 C, G 3) Mare Immunological Pregnancy Test 35-60 days post-service. 15.00 C 4) Aleutian Disease-Mink (immunoelectrophoresis) . .20 C 5) Out-of-State brucellosis serology . .50 C,G,S 6) Brucellosis testing other than bovine, porcine and canine . .50 C,G,S 7) Bluetongue 1-5 specimens, each . 3.00 C 8) Bovine leukosis 1-5 specimens, each . 3.00 C 9) Vesicular stomatitis 1-5 samples each . 3.00 C Complement Fixation Serology 1-5 specimens, each . 3.00 C Each additional specimen. 1.00 C Note: The Complement Fixation Serology tests include testing for anaplasmosis, Johne’s and chlamydia. Johne’s ELISA 1-10 specimens, each. 10.00 C 11 or more specimens, each . 5.00 C Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae per serotype (APP) . 2.00 G Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis (CAE) first specimen . 3.00 C, G Each additional specimen. 1.00 C, G Bovine Leukemia virus ELISA 1-5 specimen, each. 5.00 C Each additional specimen. 3.00 C immitis ………………………………………………………………………………………………….10.00 C, G (Source: Amended at 26 Ill. Reg. 105, effective January 1, 2002)
Section 110.100 Parasitology Fees
The following are the fees for parasitology:
examination - ecto and endoparasites . 6.00 C, G Trichomonas foetus (Venereal trichomoniasis in cattle) Examination and culture of vaginal washings (including carrier media) 1-4 specimens. 10.00 C, G Additional specimens, each . 2.00 C, G Occult Dirofilaria serology (ELISA) . 8.00 C Tissue Digestion Procedure (trichina). .10 C (Source: Amended at 26 Ill. Reg. 105, effective January 1, 20002
Section 110.110 Toxicology Fees
A maximum charge of $100 shall be assessed Illinois residents. There is no maximum charge for out-of-state residents. Toxicology Work-up: Maximum $50 per animal or $100 per herd (Illinois animals) 1) Arsenic or Selenium 1-3 specimens, each . 25.00 C 2) Lead, Copper, Zinc, Thallium, Calcium, Sodium, Magnesium, Potassium, Iron, Chromium, Cobalt, Nickel, or Manganese 1-3 specimens, each . 8.00 C each additional specimen . 5.00 C 3) Cadmium, Molybdenum and Mercury 1-3 specimens, each . 10.00 C 1) Organochlorines, organophosphates . 45.00 C 2) Carbamates . 45.00 C 3) Individual insecticide. 20.00 C 4) Ivermectin: 1) Phenoxy compounds . 50.00 C 2) Individual analysis of any herbicide from screen . 20.00 C 3) Herbicide screen (heterocylic nitrogen derivatives, dintroanailines, urea, carbamate and anilide compounds) . 50.00 C 4) Imidazole compounds. 50.00 C 5) Individual compounds requiring derivitization. 30.00 C 1) Anticoagulant screen . 50.00 C 2) Zinc Phosphide. 10.00 C 3) Strychnine and other alkaloids . 10.00 C 4) Yellow Phosphorus. 5.00 C 5) Individual anticoagulant . 20.00 C 1) Screen (aflatoxins, T-2, DAS, Vomitoxin, Zearalenone). 60.00 C 2) Milk or urine aflatoxin. 20.00 C 3) Ochratoxin . 30.00 C 4) Citrinin 30.00 C 5) Individual analysis of any mycotoxin from screen . 20.00 C 6) Cyclopiazonic acid (CPA) . 30.00 C 7) Blacklight for Aspergillus flavus . 2.00 C 8) Endophyte testing 1) Feed microscopy . 15.00 C 2) Nitrate: Ground Materials first specimen. 8.00 C each additional specimen . 4.00 C Forages first specimen . 12.00 C each additional specimen . 9.00 C On Vitreous humor . 5.00 C first specimen . 15.00 C each additional specimen . 5.00 C 5) Carboxyhemoglobin, Methemoglobin, Sulfahemoglobin first specimen . 15.00 C 6) Sulfate 5.00 C 7) Creosote, Petroleum Products . 15.00 C 8) pH Total chlorides, feeds or water . 5.00 C Monensin or other ionophore (each) . 25.00 C Pentachorophenol (PCP or Penta) . 20.00 C Gas chromatographic/mass spectrophotometric analysis (each sample) . 50.00 C Blood first specimen . 10.00 C each additional specimen . 5.00 C Brain first specimen . 15.00 C Water quality screen (CH, OP, Carbamates, Herbicides, Lead). 100.00 C Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) . 50.00 C (Source: Amended at 26 Ill. Reg. 105, effective January 1, 2002)
Section 110.120 Miscellaneous Fees
Swine health checks at slaughter facilities: Market swine health check per head with a minimum of 10 head.5.00 (Contact the Galesburg laboratory for information) Water potability test (Coliform and Enterococcus-- Millipore Method and Nitrates) . 8.00 C Return of shipping container. current postal rate C,G,S Field trip by Department laboratory personnel to take specimens. 60.00 C, G Cremation under 50 pounds . 50.00 G 50 pounds and above, each additional pound . 1.00 G Handling fee for sending specimens to out-of-state laboratories. 5.00 C,G,S Disposal Fee: (when lab tests have not been conducted, a disposal fee will be charged in addition to any cremation costs) under 50 pounds . 5.00 C,G,S 50 pounds to 100 pounds . 10.00 C,G,S 100-400 pounds. 17.00 C,G over 400 pounds . 30.00 C, G (Source: Amended at 26 Ill. Reg. 105, effective January 1, 2002)
Section 110.130 Meats Chemistry Fees
The Department shall not charge any state agency for any meats chemistry laboratory tests. The following are the fees for meats chemistry
laboratory:
a) Protein . $7.00 C b) Moisture . 5.00 C c) Salt. 6.00 C d) Fat. 9.00 C e) Nitrite (Source: Added at 12 Ill. Reg. 3379, effective January 25, 1988)
Section 110.140 Liquor Control Commission Fees
Adulteration screen (proof, solids, total acids, organic color, color insects, volume). 30.00 C Adulteration screen and fusel oils. 40.00 C (Source: Added at 23 Ill. Reg. 386, effective January 1, 1999)

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