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(A) In order to assist the public in complying with this chapter, the owner or person in control of any property which is held out to the public as a place for assemblage, the transaction of business, recreation, or as a public way shall cause to be placed and maintained receptacles for the deposit of litter of sufficient volume and in sufficient numbers to meet the needs of the numbers of people customarily coming on or using the property.
(B) For purposes of this section, PROPERTY HELD OUT TO THE PUBLIC FOR THE TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS includes, but is not limited to commercially operated parks, campgrounds, drive-in restaurants, automobile service stations, business parking lots, car washes, shopping centers, marinas, boat launching areas, industrial parking lots, boat moorage and fueling stations, piers, beaches and bathing areas, airports, roadside rest stops, drive-in movies, and shopping malls; and PROPERTY HELD OUT TO THE PUBLIC FOR ASSEMBLAGE, RECREATION, OR AS A PUBLIC WAY includes, but is not limited to any property that is publicly owned or operated for any of the purposes stated in the definition in this division for PROPERTY HELD OUT TO THE PUBLIC FOR THE TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS but excludes state highway rights-of-way and rest areas located thereon.
(C) If no litter receptacles are placed on property described in this section, the owner or person in control of the property shall be fined $100 for violating this section. If the owner or person in control of the property has placed litter receptacles on his property but the number or size of the receptacles has proved inadequate to meet the needs of the numbers of people coming on or using his property as indicated by the condition and appearance of that property, and the owner or person in control has failed to provide sufficient or adequate receptacles within ten days after being made aware of that fact by written notice from the police, he shall be fined $25 for each receptacle not so provided and maintained.
(ILCS Ch. 415, Act 105, § 10)