(25 ILCS 110/1)
(from Ch. 63, par. 1051)
Reporting Appointments to Legislative Research Unit.
(a) As used in this Act, "separate or interagency board or commission"
includes any body in the legislative, executive, or judicial branch of
State government that contains any members other than those serving in a
single State agency, and that is charged with policy-making or licensing
functions or with making recommendations regarding such functions to any
authority in State government. The term also includes any body, regardless
of its level of government, to which any constitutional officer in the
executive branch of State government makes an appointment. The term does
not include any body whose members are elected by vote of the electors.
(b) Within 30 days after the effective date of this Act, or within 30
days after the creation of any separate or interagency board or commission,
whichever is later, each appointing authority for that board or commission
shall make an initial report in writing to the Legislative Research Unit.
Each initial report shall contain the following information:
(1) The name of the board or commission, and a complete citation or copy
of the statute, order, or other document creating it.
(2) An address and telephone number, if any, that can be used to
communicate with the board or commission.
(3) For each person appointed by that appointing authority to the board
or commission whose latest term has not expired: the name, mailing
address, residence address, Representative District of residence, date of
appointment, and expected expiration of latest term. At the request of the
appointee, the report may in lieu of the appointee's residence address list
the municipality, if any, and county in which the appointee resides. If an
appointment requires confirmation, the report shall state the fact,
and the appointing authority shall report the confirmation as a report of
change under subsection (c). If the statute, order, or other
document creating the board or commission imposes any qualification or
background requirement on some but not all members of the board or
commission, the report shall state which of such requirements each person
(c) Each appointing authority for a separate or interagency board or
commission, within 15 days after any change in the information required by
subsection (b) to be reported that concerns an appointee of that authority,
shall report the change in writing to the Legislative Research Unit. Any
such report concerning a new appointment shall list the name of the
previous appointee, if any, who the new appointee replaces.
(Source: P.A. 86-591.)