(70 ILCS 920/5.3) (from Ch. 23, par. 1705.3)
    Sec. 5.3. Dissolution of district. In counties of less than 500,000 population in which a tuberculosis sanitarium district has been established under this Act and in which there is also a municipal program for the care and treatment of persons afflicted with tuberculosis established under Division 29 of Article 11 of the Illinois Municipal Code, so that the entire county is covered by both the tuberculosis sanitarium district and the municipal program, the tuberculosis sanitarium district may be dissolved by resolution of the county board provided that:
    (a) there exists a county or multiple-county health department serving the entire county and the board of health of that department has affirmed its willingness to assume responsibility for the tuberculosis care and treatment program as indicated by their adoption of a resolution by a majority vote and transmittal of a copy of that resolution to the county board and the tuberculosis district board of directors;
    (b) the board of directors of the tuberculosis sanitarium district by a majority vote adopt a written resolution recommending to the county board that the district be dissolved; and
    (c) the resolution of the county board also provides:
        (1) that an additional tax not to exceed 0.05% of the
    
value as equalized or assessed by the Department of Revenue be made available to the board of health, in addition to that authorized in "An Act in relation to the establishment and maintenance of county and multiple-county public health departments", approved July 9, 1943, which tax shall be collected annually on all taxable property in the county in like manner with the general taxes of the county, and which shall be deposited in the County Health Fund along with other funds available to the board of health;
        (2) that a portion of the additional tax authorized
    
pursuant to paragraph (1) of this subsection (c), in the amount determined to be necessary and budgeted by the county board of health for the control of tuberculosis, shall be provided by the county board as a part of the county health department's budget;
        (3) that all assets and liabilities of the
    
tuberculosis sanitarium district be transferred to the board of health;
        (4) that the board of health assume responsibility
    
for the outpatient care and treatment of individuals diagnosed as having tuberculosis and for follow-up and prophylactic treatment of persons who have had contact with a diagnosed case of tuberculosis consistent with the rules and regulations of the Illinois Department of Public Health, but not be responsible for inpatient treatment; and
        (5) that the county board of health be increased from
    
8 members to 12 members, the additional 4 members to be appointed in the same manner as is provided in Section 13 of "An Act in relation to the establishment and maintenance of county and multiple-county public health departments", approved July 9, 1943, with respect to counties having a population of 200,000 or more. The initial 4 additional members appointed pursuant to this Section shall be chosen from among the members of the tuberculosis sanitarium district board and the municipal tuberculosis sanitarium board which are dissolved pursuant to this Section.
(Source: P.A. 86-619; 86-1252.)