(40 ILCS 5/8-166)
(from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 8-166)
Re-entry into service-Prior employee.
An employee who was not in the service of an employer on the day
prior to the effective date, and who was in service prior to that date,
who re-enters service after that date and before age 65, shall not be
credited for prior service annuity or widow's prior service annuity on
account of service prior to the effective date. The period of service,
prior to the effective date shall, however, be included in computing
service for age and service annuity and widow's annuity. Such employee
shall be a future entrant for the purposes of this Article.
For any person employed by an employer prior to January 1, 1950, from
whose salary deductions were made for the purposes of this Article for
the first time after December 31, 1949, any service rendered prior to
January 1, 1922, unless he was in service on the day before the
effective date, shall not, regardless of any other provisions of this
Article, be counted as service for the purposes of this Article.
Contributions by the employee to whom this section
applies, and city
contributions for age and service annuity and widow's annuity, shall be
made as herein provided.
Any person employed by an employer or retirement board, in which this
Article was in force prior to January 1, 1950, who (1) was not a
participant in this fund on January 1, 1950, (2) attained age 65 before
July 1, 1950 and (3) fails to qualify as an employee by virtue of the 12
months' service requirement by July 1, 1950, shall not be credited for
any annuity purposes under this Article; nor shall any other person so
employed, who attains age 65 or more subsequent to July 1, 1950, and
before qualifying as an employee, be credited for any annuity purposes
under this Article. Such person shall not be considered an employee.
(Source: P.A. 81-1536.)