(30 ILCS 215/1) (from Ch. 23, par. 4001)
    Sec. 1. Whenever any grant, gift, donation or legacy of real or personal property has been or shall be, directly or indirectly, made to or for the use of the state or any state hospital for the mentally ill or mentally deficient, or other charitable or educational institution of the state, and the deed, will or other instrument by which such grant, gift, donation or legacy is made, declares that such property shall be held, managed, improved and invested or otherwise disposed of for the benefit of such institution or other charitable use, the title to such property may and shall be taken to be vested in the state for the use so expressed, and shall be held, managed, improved, invested or disposed of by the trustees of such institution, or other officers thereto duly authorized, in such manner as will best promote and carry into effect the purpose and intention of the person making such grant, gift, donation or legacy, as expressed in the instrument by which the same was or shall be so made.
(Source: P.A. 83-388.)