(30 ILCS 105/8.44)
    Sec. 8.44. Special fund transfers.
    (a) In order to maintain the integrity of special funds and improve stability in the General Revenue Fund, the following transfers are authorized from the designated funds into the General Revenue Fund:
Aeronautics Fund........................................$2,186
Aggregate Operations Regulatory Fund...................$32,750
Agrichemical Incident Response Trust Fund.............$419,830
Agricultural Master Fund...............................$17,827
Air Transportation Revolving Fund.....................$181,478
Airport Land Loan Revolving Fund....................$1,669,970
Alternate Fuels Fund................................$1,056,833
Alternative Compliance Market Account Fund.............$53,120
Appraisal Administration Fund.........................$250,000
Armory Rental Fund....................................$111,538
Assisted Living and Shared Housing Regulatory Fund.....$24,493
Bank and Trust Company Fund.........................$3,800,000
Capital Development Board Revolving Fund..............$453,054
Care Provider Fund for Persons
with a Developmental Disability.....................$2,378,270
Charter Schools Revolving Loan Fund...................$650,721
Child Support Administrative Fund...................$1,117,266
Coal Mining Regulatory Fund...........................$127,583
Communications Revolving Fund......................$12,999,839
Community Health Center Care Fund.....................$104,480
Community Water Supply Laboratory Fund................$716,232
Continuing Legal Education Trust Fund..................$23,419
Corporate Franchise Tax Refund Fund...................$500,000
Court of Claims Administration and Grant Fund..........$24,949
Criminal Justice Information Projects Fund.............$18,212
DCFS Special Purposes Trust Fund.......................$77,835
Death Certificate Surcharge Fund....................$1,134,341
Department of Business Services
Special Operations Fund.............................$2,000,000
Department of Children and Family Services
Training Fund.......................................$1,408,106
Department of Corrections
Reimbursement and Education Fund....................$2,208,323
Department of Insurance State Trust Fund...............$18,009
Department of Labor Special State Trust Fund..........$359,895
Department on Aging State Projects Fund................$10,059
Design Professionals Administration
and Investigation Fund.................................$51,701
DHS Recoveries Trust Fund...........................$1,591,834
DHS State Projects Fund................................$89,917
Division of Corporations
Registered Limited Liability Partnership Fund.........$150,000
DNR Special Projects Fund.............................$301,649
Dram Shop Fund........................................$110,554
Drivers Education Fund.................................$30,152
Drug Rebate Fund...................................$17,315,821
Drug Traffic Prevention Fund...........................$22,123
Drug Treatment Fund...................................$160,030
Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Fund..............$51,220
Drycleaner Environmental Response Trust Fund........$1,137,971
DuQuoin State Fair Harness Racing Trust Fund............$3,368
Early Intervention Services Revolving Fund..........$1,044,935
Economic Research and Information Fund.................$49,005
Educational Labor Relations Board
Fair Share Trust Fund..................................$40,933
Efficiency Initiatives Revolving Fund...............$6,178,298
Emergency Planning and Training Fund...................$28,845
Emergency Public Health Fund..........................$139,997
Emergency Response Reimbursement Fund..................$15,873
EMS Assistance Fund....................................$40,923
Energy Assistance Contribution Fund....................$89,692
Energy Efficiency Trust Fund........................$1,300,938
Environmental Laboratory Certification Fund............$62,039
Environmental Protection Permit and Inspection Fund...$180,571
Environmental Protection Trust Fund.................$2,228,031
EPA Court Trust Fund..................................$338,646
EPA Special State Projects Trust Fund.................$284,263
Explosives Regulatory Fund.............................$23,125
Facilities Management Revolving Fund................$4,803,971
Facility Licensing Fund................................$22,958
Family Care Fund.......................................$22,585
Federal Asset Forfeiture Fund...........................$1,871
Feed Control Fund.....................................$478,234
Fertilizer Control Fund...............................$207,398
Financial Institution Fund..........................$2,448,690
Firearm Owner's Notification Fund.......................$3,960
Food and Drug Safety Fund.............................$421,401
General Professions Dedicated Fund..................$3,975,808
Good Samaritan Energy Trust Fund........................$7,191
Governor's Grant Fund...................................$1,592
Group Workers' Compensation Pool Insolvency Fund......$136,547
Guardianship and Advocacy Fund.........................$27,289
Hazardous Waste Occupational Licensing Fund............$14,939
Hazardous Waste Research Fund.........................$125,209
Health Facility Plan Review Fund......................$165,972
Hearing Instrument Dispenser
Examining and Disciplinary Fund.......................$102,842
Home Inspector Administration Fund....................$244,503
IEMA State Projects Fund...................................$13
Illinois Beach Marina Fund (now known as the Adeline Jay Geo-Karis Illinois Beach Marina Fund).$177,801
Illinois Capital Revolving Loan Fund................$4,024,106
Illinois Clean Water Fund...........................$1,835,796
Illinois Community College Board
Contracts and Grants Fund...................................$9
Illinois Department of Agriculture
Laboratory Services Revolving Fund....................$174,795
Illinois Equity Fund..................................$119,193
Illinois Executive Mansion Trust Fund..................$56,154
Illinois Forestry Development Fund..................$1,389,096
Illinois Future Teacher Corps Scholarship Fund..........$4,836
Illinois Gaming Law Enforcement Fund..................$650,646
Illinois Habitat Endowment Trust Fund...............$3,641,262
Illinois Health Facilities Planning Fund...............$23,066
Illinois Historic Sites Fund..........................$134,366
Illinois National Guard Armory Construction Fund.......$31,469
Illinois Rural Rehabilitation Fund......................$8,190
Illinois School Asbestos Abatement Fund...............$183,191
Illinois State Fair Fund...............................$50,176
Illinois State Podiatric Disciplinary Fund............$317,239
Illinois Student Assistance Commission
Contracts and Grants Fund...............................$5,589
Illinois Tourism Tax Fund.............................$647,749
Illinois Underground Utility Facilities
Damage Prevention Fund..................................$2,175
Illinois Veterans' Rehabilitation Fund................$218,940
Industrial Hygiene Regulatory and Enforcement Fund......$3,564
Innovations in Long-Term Care
Quality Demonstration Grants Fund.....................$565,494
Insurance Financial Regulation Fund...................$800,000
ISAC Accounts Receivable Fund..........................$26,374
ISBE GED Testing Fund.................................$146,196
ISBE Teacher Certificate Institute Fund...............$122,117
J.J. Wolf Memorial for Conservation Investigation Fund..$8,137
Kaskaskia Commons Permanent Fund.......................$79,813
Land Reclamation Fund..................................$30,582
Large Business Attraction Fund........................$340,777
Lawyers' Assistance Program Fund......................$198,207
LEADS Maintenance Fund.................................$76,981
Lieutenant Governor's Grant Fund..........................$188
Livestock Management Facilities Fund...................$47,800
Local Initiative Fund...............................$1,940,646
Local Tourism Fund....................................$132,876
Long Term Care Monitor/Receiver Fund..................$427,850
Monetary Award Program Reserve Fund...................$879,700
McCormick Place Expansion Project Fund......................$0
Medicaid Buy-In Program Revolving Fund................$318,894
Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Prevention Fund...............$60,306
Medical Special Purposes Trust Fund...................$930,668
Military Affairs Trust Fund............................$68,468
Motor Carrier Safety Inspection Fund..................$147,477
Motor Fuel and Petroleum Standards Fund................$19,673
Motor Vehicle Review Board Fund.......................$250,000
Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Trust Fund...........$1,415,361
Narcotics Profit Forfeiture Fund.......................$39,379
Natural Heritage Endowment Trust Fund.................$557,264
Natural Heritage Fund...................................$3,336
Natural Resources Information Fund.....................$64,596
Natural Resources Restoration Trust Fund...............$63,002
Off-Highway Vehicle Trails Fund.......................$244,815
Oil Spill Response Fund...............................$167,547
Paper and Printing Revolving Fund......................$48,476
Park and Conservation Fund..........................$3,050,154
Pawnbroker Regulation Fund.............................$94,131
Pesticide Control Fund................................$420,223
Petroleum Resources Revolving Fund.....................$85,540
Police Training Board Services Fund.....................$1,540
Pollution Control Board Fund...........................$23,004
Pollution Control Board Trust Fund....................$410,651
Post Transplant Maintenance and Retention Fund.........$75,100
Presidential Library and Museum Operating Fund........$727,250
Professional Regulation Evidence Fund...................$2,817
Professional Services Fund.............................$46,222
Provider Inquiry Trust Fund...........................$207,098
Public Aid Recoveries Trust Fund....................$7,610,631
Public Health Laboratory Services Revolving Fund.......$92,276
Public Health Special State Projects Fund.............$816,202
Public Health Water Permit Fund........................$17,624
Public Infrastructure Construction
Loan Revolving Fund....................................$63,802
Public Pension Regulation Fund........................$222,433
Racing Board Fingerprint License Fund..................$16,835
Radiation Protection Fund.............................$212,010
Real Estate License Administration Fund.............$1,500,000
Regulatory Evaluation and Basic Enforcement Fund.......$64,221
Regulatory Fund........................................$55,246
Renewable Energy Resources Trust Fund..................$14,033
Response Contractors Indemnification Fund.................$126
Rural/Downstate Health Access Fund......................$4,644
Savings and Residential Finance Regulatory Fund.....$5,200,000
School District Emergency Financial Assistance Fund.$2,130,848
School Technology Revolving Loan Fund..................$19,158
Second Injury Fund....................................$151,493
Secretary of State Interagency Grant Fund..............$40,900
Secretary of State Special License Plate Fund.........$520,200
Secretary of State Special Services Fund............$2,500,000
Securities Audit and Enforcement Fund...............$3,400,000
Securities Investors Education Fund...................$100,000
Self-Insurers Administration Fund.....................$286,964
Sex Offender Registration Fund..........................$7,647
Sexual Assault Services Fund...........................$12,210
Small Business Environmental Assistance Fund...........$13,686
Snowmobile Trail Establishment Fund.....................$3,124
Solid Waste Management Fund.........................$6,587,173
Sports Facilities Tax Trust Fund....................$1,112,590
State Appellate Defender Special State Projects Fund...$23,820
State Asset Forfeiture Fund............................$71,988
State Boating Act Fund................................$401,824
State College and University Trust Fund...............$139,439
State Crime Laboratory Fund............................$44,965
State Fair Promotional Activities Fund..................$8,734
State Garage Revolving Fund...........................$639,662
State Offender DNA Identification System Fund..........$81,740
State Off-Set Claims Fund...........................$1,487,926
State Parks Fund....................................$1,045,889
State Police Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Fund......$164,843
State Police Vehicle Fund..............................$22,899
State Police Whistleblower Reward and Protection Fund.$199,699
State Rail Freight Loan Repayment Fund..............$1,147,727
State Surplus Property Revolving Fund.................$388,284
State Whistleblower Reward and Protection Fund..........$1,592
State's Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor's County Fund...$70,101
Statewide Grand Jury Prosecution Fund...................$7,645
Statistical Services Revolving Fund.................$4,847,783
Subtitle D Management Fund............................$169,744
Tanning Facility Permit Fund...........................$64,571
Tax Compliance and Administration Fund................$429,377
Tax Recovery Fund.....................................$113,591
Teacher Certificate Fee Revolving Fund................$982,399
Toxic Pollution Prevention Fund........................$28,534
Underground Resources Conservation Enforcement Fund...$294,251
University Grant Fund..................................$23,881
Used Tire Management Fund...........................$1,918,500
Watershed Park Fund....................................$19,786
Weights and Measures Fund...........................$1,078,121
Workers' Compensation Benefit Trust Fund..............$266,574
Workers' Compensation Revolving Fund..................$520,285
Working Capital Revolving Fund......................$1,404,868
Youth Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Prevention Fund...$29,995
Youth Drug Abuse Prevention Fund........................$4,091
    All of these transfers shall be made in equal quarterly installments with the first made on the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 94th General Assembly, or as soon thereafter as practical, and with the remaining transfers to be made on October 1, January 1, and April 1, or as soon thereafter as practical. These transfers shall be made notwithstanding any other provision of State law to the contrary.
    The Governor may direct the State Comptroller and the State Treasurer to reverse the transfers previously authorized by statute to the General Revenue Fund and retransfer from the General Revenue Fund, if applicable, all or a portion of the transfers made pursuant to this subsection (a) to the following funds:
        (1) the Drycleaner Environmental Response Trust Fund;
        (2) the Educational Labor Relations Board Fair Share
    
Trust Fund;
        (3) the Environmental Protection Trust Fund;
        (4) the Facilities Management Revolving Fund;
        (5) the Illinois Forestry Development Fund;
        (6) the Illinois Habitat Endowment Trust Fund;
        (7) the Innovations in Long-Term Care Quality
    
Demonstration Grants Fund;
        (8) the Kaskaskia Commons Permanent Fund;
        (9) the Land Reclamation Fund;
        (10) the Lawyers' Assistance Program Fund;
        (11) the Local Initiative Fund;
        (12) the Petroleum Resources Revolving Fund;
        (13) the Sports Facilities Tax Trust Fund;
        (14) the State Garage Revolving Fund;
        (15) the State Off-Set Claims Fund; and
        (16) the DCFS Special Purposes Trust Fund.
    (b) On and after the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 94th General Assembly through June 30, 2006, when any of the funds listed in subsection (a) have insufficient cash from which the State Comptroller may make expenditures properly supported by appropriations from the fund, then the State Treasurer and State Comptroller shall transfer from the General Revenue Fund to the fund only such amount as is immediately necessary to satisfy outstanding expenditure obligations on a timely basis, subject to the provisions of the State Prompt Payment Act. All or a portion of the amounts transferred from the General Revenue Fund to a fund pursuant to this subsection (b) from time to time may be re-transferred by the State Comptroller and the State Treasurer from the receiving fund into the General Revenue Fund as soon as and to the extent that deposits are made into or receipts are collected by the receiving fund.
    (c) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, on July 1, 2005, or as soon thereafter as may be practical, the State Comptroller and the State Treasurer shall transfer $5,000,000 from the Communications Revolving Fund to the Hospital Basic Services Prevention Fund.
(Source: P.A. 94-91, eff. 7-1-05; 94-839, eff. 6-6-06; 94-1042, eff. 7-24-06; 95-331, eff. 8-21-07.)