Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Fish and Shellfish Advisory Act. Requires commercial food markets selling fish and shellfish and employing more than 10 persons to post a warning concerning the dangers of mercury in fish and shellfish and recommendations to reduce exposure to mercury. Requires local health departments to inspect commercial food markets and report violations of the Act to the Illinois Department of Public Health. Requires the Department to impose an administrative fine for violations and to distribute the administrative fine to the local health department notifying the Department of the violation and the Autism Research Checkoff Fund. Requires the Department to adopt rules. Effective July 1, 2006.