(70 ILCS 2110/1) (from Ch. 42, par. 410.1)
    Sec. 1. In all cases where proceedings were had to organize a conservancy district under "An Act authorizing the formation of River Conservancy Districts and giving such Districts power to effectuate river and flood control, drainage, irrigation, conservation, sanitation, navigation, recreation, development of water supplies and the protection of fish life", approved June 11, 1925, as amended, and a referendum was held in the territory comprising the proposed district on the question of organizing a conservancy district, at which referendum a majority of the votes cast upon the question were in favor of the organization of the proposed conservancy district, and the county judge or judges ascertained and determined and caused a statement of the results of such referendum to be spread upon the records of the county court or their respective county courts, as the case may be, such territory is hereby declared to be legally and validly organized as a conservancy district under such Act, and a valid and existing conservancy district and a municipal corporation with the powers conferred by such Act.
(Source: P.A. 81-1489.)