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PENSIONS
(40 ILCS 5/) Illinois Pension Code.

40 ILCS 5/21-102.18

    (40 ILCS 5/21-102.18) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-102.18)
    Sec. 21-102.18. Mandatory medicare coverage. "Mandatory medicare coverage" means the mandatory coverage in the Federal Medicare Insurance Program of all State and local governmental personnel who are in positions not covered under the Federal Social Security Insurance Program and who were not performing regular and substantial services prior to April 1, 1986, without regard to whether such State or local government has come under the provisions of this Article with respect to the Federal Social Security Insurance Program.
(Source: P.A. 84-1472.)

40 ILCS 5/21-102.19

    (40 ILCS 5/21-102.19) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-102.19)
    Sec. 21-102.19. Optional medicare coverage. "Optional medicare coverage" means coverage in the Federal Medicare Insurance Program, by means of a voluntary coverage agreement, of State or local government personnel who are in positions not covered under the Federal Social Security Insurance Program, and who were performing regular and substantial services for such State or local government on March 31, 1986, and who have not terminated such service after March 31, 1986.
(Source: P.A. 84-1472.)

40 ILCS 5/21-102.20

    (40 ILCS 5/21-102.20) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-102.20)
    Sec. 21-102.20. Mandatory Social Security Coverage. "Mandatory Social Security coverage" means the coverage in the federal Social Security System that is required under Section 210 of the federal Social Security Act for certain State and local government personnel who are not members of a State or local governmental retirement system.
(Source: P.A. 87-11.)

40 ILCS 5/21-103

    (40 ILCS 5/21-103) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-103)
    Sec. 21-103. Political subdivision - election of coverage.
    (a) Any political subdivision other than a school district and other than a political subdivision which is participating in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund under Article 7 of this Code may, by resolution of the governing body (in the case of a township, at an annual town meeting or at a special town meeting called for that purpose), or by referendum, elect to have its employees covered by the Social Security Act.
    Whenever a petition requesting Social Security coverage for employees, signed by not less than 5% of the legal voters of the political subdivision, is presented to the governing body, such governing body shall cause such proposition to be certified to the proper election officials who shall submit the proposition to the voters at the next appropriate election in accordance with the general election law, or in the case of a township at the next annual town meeting if the petition is received more than 15 and less than 60 days before the annual town meeting, or else at a special town meeting called for that purpose. In the territory of the political subdivision every elector may vote upon the proposition stated in the petition. Such proposition shall be in substantially the following form:
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    Shall....(political subdivision)
enter into a coverage agreement with
the Social Security Division of                 YES
the State Employees' Retirement        -----------------------
System for extension of Federal Social          NO
Security coverage to employees
of....(political subdivision)?
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    If a majority of all of the votes cast upon the proposition is in favor thereof, or if the governing body has adopted a resolution or ordinance providing for coverage of its employees, the governing body shall execute the coverage agreement provided by the State Agency and submit such coverage agreement to the State Agency for approval. The coverage agreement shall be approved by the State Agency if it meets the requirements of subsection (b).
    (b) Each coverage agreement of a political subdivision and any amendment thereof shall be approved by the State Agency if it finds that such coverage agreement, or such coverage agreement as amended, is in conformity with such requirements as are provided in the regulations of the State Agency, except that no such coverage agreement shall be approved unless:
        (1) it is in conformity with the requirements of the
    
Social Security Act and with the Federal-State Agreement entered into under this Article;
        (2) it provides that all services which constitute
    
employment and are performed in the employ of the political subdivision by any employees thereof shall be covered by the coverage agreement, except that such agreement may, if the political subdivision so requests, exclude all services in one or more classes of elective positions, or positions the compensation for which is on a fee basis;
        (3) it provides for such methods of administration of
    
the coverage agreement by the political subdivision as are found by the State Agency to be necessary for the proper and efficient administration of the coverage agreement; and
        (4) it provides for an effective date of coverage not
    
earlier than the first day of the fifth calendar year preceding the year in which the resulting modification of the Federal-State Agreement is agreed to by the Secretary and the State.
    (c) In addition to the requirements in subsection (b), no coverage agreement which provides for an effective date of coverage prior to January 1, 1987 shall be approved unless:
        (1) it specifies the sources from which the funds
    
required of it by this Article are expected to be derived, and contains reasonable assurance that such sources will be adequate for such purpose;
        (2) it contains a promise to deliver the proper funds
    
to the State Agency on or before the date requested by the State Agency;
        (3) it specifies some officer to act as custodian of
    
all funds collected and to be responsible to the State Agency for the delivery of such funds;
        (4) it provides that the political subdivision shall
    
pay contributions on covered wages at such times as the State Agency may by regulations prescribe, in the amounts and at the rates provided by this Article; and
        (5) it provides that the political subdivision will
    
make such reports as the State Agency may from time to time require, and comply with such provisions as the State Agency or the Secretary may from time to time find necessary.
(Source: P.A. 90-448, eff. 8-16-97.)

40 ILCS 5/21-104

    (40 ILCS 5/21-104) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-104)
    Sec. 21-104. Noncorporate public entities - election of coverage. Any noncorporate public entity may by resolution of its governing body elect to have its employees covered by the Social Security Act in the same manner and subject to the same conditions as are set forth in Sections 21-103 and 21-105, but subject to the following additional conditions:
    (a) that the agreement by which the entity was created or an amendment to that agreement authorizes the entity to provide for the extension of Social Security benefits to its employees; and
    (b) that Social Security contributions due on wages covered under the agreement paid prior to January 1, 1987 and wage reports required for calendar years prior to 1987 are submitted to the State Agency along with the coverage agreement executed by the entity.
(Source: P.A. 85-442.)

40 ILCS 5/21-105

    (40 ILCS 5/21-105) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-105)
    Sec. 21-105. Retirement systems - election of coverage. A referendum on the question of coverage under the Social Security Act may be authorized by the Governor with respect to any retirement system, or by the board of trustees of such system, or by the governing body of any political subdivision which has established a retirement system, except for a retirement system established under Article 3, 4, 5 or 6 of this Code.
    Such a referendum shall also be held upon petition signed by at least 10% of the members of any retirement system except for a retirement system established under Article 3, 4, 5 or 6 of this Code. Such petition shall be examined and checked by the governing body or board of trustees of the retirement system, and such board or body shall certify that each signer of the petition is an eligible member qualified to vote in such referendum, and that the names of all ineligible individuals have been stricken.
    Prior to a referendum on that question and to the notice of the referendum required by either Section 218(d)(3) or 218(d)(7) of the Social Security Act, a plan of coverage shall be formulated by the governing body of each retirement system or Board of Trustees, as the case may be, whose members are to participate in the referendum for the coordination of the retirement system with the social security insurance provisions of Title II of the Social Security Act.
    Where a retirement system is governed by an Act of the State of Illinois, such plan of coverage shall be presented to the General Assembly for enactment by amendment to such Act.
    The ballot to be used in the referendum shall contain a clear description of the plan of coverage, which description may take the form of a summary statement setting forth the changes or revisions, if any, to be made in the benefit and contribution provisions of the retirement system, and the obligations to be imposed upon the members of the system if the plan of coverage is approved in the referendum and their positions are included under an agreement pursuant to the provisions of this Article.
    The referendum shall be subject to the following conditions:
    (a) Only eligible employees as defined in Section 218(d)(3) of the Social Security Act shall be permitted to vote.
    (b) Should such referendum under Section 218(d)(3) fail to obtain approval, any subsequent referendum among members of the retirement system in question shall not be held for a period of at least 3 years from the date of the referendum.
    (c) Upon receipt of satisfactory proof that the conditions of the referendum specified in either Section 218(d)(3) or Section 218(d)(7) of the Social Security Act have been met, the Governor or an official of the State designated by him shall so certify to the Secretary. Proper steps to give effect to the results of the referendum shall then be taken by the State Agency, and a modification to the Federal-State Agreement shall be executed in accordance with Section 21-108 within a period of 2 years from the date of the referendum.
(Source: P.A. 84-1028.)

40 ILCS 5/21-105.1

    (40 ILCS 5/21-105.1) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-105.1)
    Sec. 21-105.1. Election of optional medicare coverage. The State or any political subdivision or noncorporate public entity may elect to provide optional medicare coverage for its personnel in the same manner and subject to the same conditions as are set forth in Sections 21-103, 21-104 and 21-105 for the election of Social Security coverage, including a retirement system established under Article 3, 4, 5, or 6 of this Code, notwithstanding the provisions contained in Section 21-105 of this Article.
(Source: P.A. 98-1117, eff. 8-26-14.)

40 ILCS 5/21-105.2

    (40 ILCS 5/21-105.2) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-105.2)
    Sec. 21-105.2. Mandatory Social Security Coverage. Beginning July 1, 1991, the State and all political subdivisions that have any employees who are subject to mandatory Social Security coverage shall report the wages of those employees on their quarterly wage reports to the IRS, and shall make the appropriate FICA contributions as required by law with respect to those employees. Such employees may be added to the appropriate coverage groups in accordance with the modification procedures provided in this Article.
(Source: P.A. 87-11.)

40 ILCS 5/21-106

    (40 ILCS 5/21-106) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-106)
    Sec. 21-106. Municipal police and firemen.
    (1) If a municipality enters into a coverage agreement under this Article prior to having established a pension plan under Article 3 or 4 of this Code, all police positions and all firemen positions, including members of a volunteer fire department organized pursuant to municipal ordinance, shall become subject to social security and be included within the absolute coverage group of the municipality in compliance with Section 218(b)(5) of the Social Security Act. If a municipality establishes a pension plan under Article 3 or 4 of this Code subsequent to establishing social security coverage under the conditions set forth in this subsection, the police and firemen positions shall remain subject to social security as part of the original absolute coverage group.
    (2) If a municipality enters into a coverage agreement under this Article subsequent to having established a pension plan under Article 3, 4, 5 or 6 of this Code, or subsequent to becoming legally obligated to establish such plan even though having not complied, all police and firemen positions included under such pension plan shall be exempted from social security coverage and excluded from the absolute coverage group of that municipality pursuant to Section 218(d)(5)(A) of the Social Security Act.
    (3) If the covered or non-covered social security status of the police and firemen positions in a municipality has been determined under the conditions set forth in either subsection (1) or (2) of this Section, such covered or non-covered status shall remain in effect in the event the municipality shall begin participation in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund pursuant to Sections 7-132 and 7-134 of this Code.
    (4) Police and firemen positions which have not acquired social security coverage as part of an absolute coverage group under an agreement executed by the municipality pursuant to Section 21-103 shall not acquire social security coverage by virtue of the municipality's mandate to participate in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund under Section 7-132, or the municipality's election to participate under Section 7-134.
    (5) Incumbents occupying police and firemen positions who because of age, physical condition, length of service or other disqualifications are ineligible to participate in local pension plans established under Articles 3 and 4 of this Code are also excluded from social security coverage if the employing municipality has obtained social security coverage under the conditions stated in subsections (2) and (4) of this Section, except that beginning July 1, 1991, such persons are subject to mandatory Social Security coverage.
(Source: P.A. 87-11.)

40 ILCS 5/21-107

    (40 ILCS 5/21-107) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-107)
    Sec. 21-107. State police and firemen. Any position in the service of a State agency, department, board or commission which (1) has been designated as a fireman, police officer, or law enforcement officer by the State Department of Central Management Services, the State Attorney General or the State Agency, or declared to be a fireman or police position as a result of a court ruling upon the question, and (2) extends to the incumbent the right to participation in the State Employees' Retirement System, shall be exempted from Social Security coverage in compliance with Section 218(d)(5)(A) of the Social Security Act, effective as of the date of such designation or court ruling, except that beginning July 1, 1991, incumbents of such positions who do not participate in the State Employees' Retirement System shall be subject to mandatory Social Security coverage.
(Source: P.A. 85-442; 87-11.)

40 ILCS 5/21-108

    (40 ILCS 5/21-108) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-108)
    Sec. 21-108. Modification to Federal-State Agreement. Upon approval of the coverage agreement submitted by an absolute or retirement system coverage group, the State Agency, on behalf of the State of Illinois, shall modify the Federal-State Agreement to extend coverage to employees of the coverage group consistent with the provisions of Section 218 of the Social Security Act, this Article and the approved coverage agreement. Such modification shall specify:
    (1) the coverage group or employee classification to be covered;
    (2) any employee classification to be excluded, or to continue to be excluded in the case of a modification to extend coverage to additional employee classifications of a covered political subdivision;
    (3) the approximate number of employees to be covered by the modification;
    (4) the title of the reporting official designated by the political subdivision as responsible for social security reporting to the State Agency;
    (5) the effective date of coverage; and
    (6) the controlling date for purposes of retroactive coverage.
(Source: P.A. 84-1028.)

40 ILCS 5/21-109

    (40 ILCS 5/21-109) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-109)
    Sec. 21-109. Payment of Contributions.
    (a) Absolute coverage group: Each political subdivision which has established Social Security coverage for its employees under this Article shall pay contributions on covered wages paid prior to January 1, 1987 in the amounts and at the rates prescribed by subchapters A and B of the Federal Insurance Contributions Act at the times prescribed in the regulations of the State Agency. Taxes due on wages covered under the Social Security Coverage Agreement paid after December 31, 1986 shall be paid by each political subdivision to the Internal Revenue Service in the amounts and at the rates specified in the Federal Insurance Contributions Act and at the times prescribed in the regulations of the Internal Revenue Service.
    Every political subdivision required to make payments is authorized in consideration of the employee's retention in, or entry upon, employment to impose upon each of its employees, as to services which are covered by the coverage agreement, a contribution with respect to wages computed by applying the rates of contribution prescribed by Subchapter A of the Federal Insurance Contributions Act, and to deduct the amount of such contribution from such employee's wages when paid.
    Failure to deduct such contribution shall not relieve the employee or employer of liability therefor.
    (b) Retirement system coverage group: As a condition of its coverage agreement, the governing body or board of trustees of any retirement system which has adopted Social Security coverage for its members under this Article shall assume responsibility to the State Agency for the compiling of wage data, the collection of related contributions prescribed by subchapters A and B of the Federal Insurance Contributions Act, and the timely reporting and payment of such items upon the wages of all covered employees paid prior to January 1, 1987 in the manner and at the times prescribed by the State Agency.
    Coincident to the adoption of coverage, the governing body or board of trustees of the retirement system shall promulgate rules and regulations in conformity with federal regulations, applicable to the State or local governmental entities or to the agencies and employees participating therein, to insure the correct application of coverage and the timely and accurate reporting of wages and collection of contributions.
    In the event of failure by the retirement system or the governmental entities or agencies participating therein to comply with the timely reporting and payment requirements imposed by this Section, the retirement system shall be assessed any federal interest or late filing penalties arising therefrom.
    The contributions collected under this Section by any retirement system which elects to adopt coverage shall be remitted at such times as the State Agency shall prescribe.
    The employees comprising the executive and administrative staff of any retirement system which elects to adopt the provisions of this Article shall have the contributions made by the body employing them.
    (c) If more or less than the correct amount of contributions is paid to the State Agency, proper adjustment, or refund without interest if adjustment is impractical, shall be made in such manner and at such times as the State Agency shall prescribe.
(Source: P.A. 90-448, eff. 8-16-97.)

40 ILCS 5/21-109.1

    (40 ILCS 5/21-109.1) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-109.1)
    Sec. 21-109.1. (a) Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, State agencies, as defined in the State Auditing Act, shall remit to the Comptroller all contributions required under subchapters A, B and C of the Federal Insurance Contributions Act, at the rates and at the times specified in that Act, for wages paid on or after January 1, 1987 on a warrant of the State Comptroller.
    (b) The Comptroller shall establish a fund to be known as the Social Security Administration Fund, with the State Treasurer as ex officio custodian. Contributions and other monies received by the Comptroller for the purposes of the Federal Insurance Contributions Act shall either be directly remitted to the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury or be held in trust in such fund, and shall be paid upon the order of the Comptroller for:
        (1) payment of amounts required to be paid to the U.
    
S. Secretary of the Treasury in the amounts and at the times specified in the Federal Insurance Contributions Act; and
        (2) payment of refunds for overpayments which are not
    
otherwise adjustable.
    (c) The Comptroller may collect from a State agency the actual or anticipated amount of any interest and late charges arising from the State agency's failure to collect and remit to the Comptroller contributions as required by the Federal Insurance Contributions Act. Such interest and charges shall be due and payable upon receipt of notice thereof from the Comptroller.
    (d) The Comptroller shall pay to the U. S. Secretary of the Treasury such amounts at such times as may be required under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act.
(Source: P.A. 86-657; 87-11.)

40 ILCS 5/21-110

    (40 ILCS 5/21-110) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-110)
    Sec. 21-110. Tax levy. The governing body of any political subdivision with the power to levy taxes is hereby authorized and empowered to increase its annual tax levy above the limitation now or hereafter otherwise authorized by law, by the amount necessary to meet the cost of participation in the Federal Social Security Insurance Program, including any share of the cost of participation of an instrumentality or entity described in subsection (b) or (c) of Section 21-102.8 for which the political subdivision is responsible, without regard to whether such participation is mandatory or optional, and without regard to whether the political subdivision has otherwise come under the provisions of this Article for purposes of participation in the Federal Social Security Insurance Program.
(Source: P.A. 87-11.)

40 ILCS 5/21-110.1

    (40 ILCS 5/21-110.1) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-110.1)
    Sec. 21-110.1. Medicare taxes. (a) The governing body of every political subdivision with the power to levy taxes is hereby authorized and empowered to increase its annual tax levy above the limitation now or hereafter otherwise authorized by law, by the amount necessary to meet the cost of its participation in the Federal Medicare Program, including any share of the cost of participation of an instrumentality or entity described in subsection (b) or (c) of Section 21-102.8 for which the political subdivision is responsible, without regard to whether such participation is mandatory or optional, and without regard to whether the political subdivision has come under the provisions of this Article for purposes of participation in the Federal Social Security Insurance Program.
    (b) The payment of medicare taxes to the State Agency shall be made in the same manner and under the same conditions as are set forth in Section 21-109 for payment of Social Security contributions, except that the State Agency may designate a retirement system to assume responsibility to the State Agency for the compiling of wage data, the collection of medicare taxes, and the timely reporting and payment of such items for specified persons under mandatory or optional medicare coverage, regardless of whether such retirement system has entered into a coverage agreement for Social Security coverage pursuant to Section 21-105.
    (c) The penalty and audit provisions of Sections 21-112, 21-113 and 21-114 shall apply to the failure or refusal to make timely and correct payments of medicare taxes or reports of wages in accordance with State Agency regulations.
(Source: P.A. 84-1472.)

40 ILCS 5/21-112

    (40 ILCS 5/21-112) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-112)
    Sec. 21-112. Penalties. For failure to make timely reporting of employee wages and payment of contributions on covered wages paid prior to January 1, 1987 in accordance with State Agency regulations, a delinquent political subdivision or retirement system may be assessed a late filing penalty which shall be, upon receipt of notice, immediately due and payable to the State Agency. The amount of the penalty may be adjusted from time to time with the approval of the Board of Trustees of the State Employees' Retirement System of Illinois. If the late filing is of such duration that the State Agency is unable to make timely payment on behalf of the political subdivision or retirement system to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and a federal interest charge arises, the late filing penalty shall be applied toward payment of the federal interest charge. If the federal interest charge exceeds the amount of the late filing penalty, the political subdivision or retirement system shall be assessed the balance of the federal interest charge.
(Source: P.A. 85-442.)

40 ILCS 5/21-113

    (40 ILCS 5/21-113) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-113)
    Sec. 21-113. Tax audit. (1) Upon failure or refusal of any covered political subdivision or retirement system to submit wage reports and pay amounts due the State Agency on covered wages paid prior to January 1, 1987 in accordance with the terms of its agreement or applicable regulations, the State Agency after giving notice may order the entity to make its payroll books and related records available at the office of the State Agency in Springfield, or at the business office of the entity as the State Agency shall direct, and may audit those books and records to determine the liability for reporting wages, the amount of contributions due, the late filing penalty, and the federal interest charge. The expenses incurred by the State Agency to conduct the audit may be included in the amount due.
    (2) Upon completion of the audit, the entity shall be given an opportunity to make payment of the amount due. In the event of refusal to make payment, the State Agency shall then certify the amount to be collected to the State Comptroller who shall deduct such amounts or any part thereof from any State funds to which the entity may be entitled. Upon exercising the State's right of setoff, the Comptroller shall pay amounts so deducted to the State Agency.
    (3) If State funds are not available from which setoff can be made by the Comptroller, the State Agency may proceed by instituting action in the appropriate circuit court against the defaulting entity to recover the amount due.
(Source: P.A. 85-442.)

40 ILCS 5/21-114

    (40 ILCS 5/21-114) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-114)
    Sec. 21-114. General investigative audits. The State Agency upon its own initiative may conduct investigative field audits of the books and payroll records for calendar years prior to 1987 of any political subdivision or retirement system which has adopted coverage. The audits may be conducted at the business office of any participating entity or at any other site mutually convenient to the State Agency and the entity. The State Agency may require covered entities to submit reconciliation statements disclosing total wages and compensation disbursed for all personal services performed during a designated period for comparison with wages included upon reports for which contributions were paid in that same period.
    The State Agency may also require, accept and rely upon payroll audits performed by the field staff of any retirement system conducted in accordance with guidelines established by the State Agency, to determine compliance with the reporting and collection of contributions upon covered wages.
    The cost of investigative audits conducted by the State Agency under this Section shall be recovered through levy of the annual administrative charge as provided in Section 21-116; however, if the investigative audit should disclose substantial noncompliance requiring an extensive audit, the State Agency may assess audit costs summarily against the noncomplying entity.
(Source: P.A. 85-442.)

40 ILCS 5/21-115

    (40 ILCS 5/21-115) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-115)
    Sec. 21-115. Special fund abolished; designation of remittance agents.
    (a) The Social Security Contribution Fund is abolished at the close of business on June 30, 1997. Any balance then remaining in that Fund shall be transferred to the Social Security Administration Fund created under Section 21-109.1, and any amounts thereafter designated for deposit into the Social Security Contribution Fund shall instead be deposited into the Social Security Administration Fund.
    (b) The State Agency is authorized to designate any retirement system which has adopted coverage under this Article to act as remittance agent on behalf of the State Agency and to make payment of the Social Security contributions collected upon the wages of employees within the retirement system coverage group directly to the designated Federal Reserve Bank. Any retirement system so designated as a remittance agent shall continue to be subject to the regulations of the State Agency with respect to coverage determinations, wage reporting, corrective adjustments, and accountability for tax collections in the same manner as any other covered entity.
(Source: P.A. 90-448, eff. 8-16-97.)

40 ILCS 5/21-117

    (40 ILCS 5/21-117) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-117)
    Sec. 21-117. Inactivation. Any political subdivision which ceases its corporate existence as the result of legal dissolution, annexation, or consolidation, shall promptly notify the State Agency and furnish legal documentation of such fact, whereupon the State Agency shall notify the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to permanently inactivate the coverage and reporting requirements applicable to such entity. If any employees remain upon the payroll of the entity beyond the official date of dissolution, the notice to the State Agency shall specify the ending date of the calendar month in which their employment relationship shall cease, and the coverage and reporting requirements under the entity's agreement shall continue upon any wages paid during that period. The dissolution notice must identify the name and address of the repository where the payroll books and records of the dissolved entity shall be preserved for the statutory period.
(Source: P.A. 84-1028.)

40 ILCS 5/21-118

    (40 ILCS 5/21-118) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-118)
    Sec. 21-118. Administrative review. All orders for inactivation of a plan under Section 21-117 made by the State Agency shall be subject to judicial review pursuant to the provisions of the Administrative Review Law, and all amendments and modifications thereof, and the rules adopted pursuant thereto.
(Source: P.A. 84-1028.)

40 ILCS 5/21-119

    (40 ILCS 5/21-119) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-119)
    Sec. 21-119. Rules and regulations. The State Agency shall make and publish such rules and regulations, not inconsistent with the provisions of this Article, as it finds necessary or appropriate to the efficient administration of the functions with which it is charged under this Article.
(Source: P.A. 84-1028.)

40 ILCS 5/21-120

    (40 ILCS 5/21-120) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-120)
    Sec. 21-120. Report. The State Agency shall submit a report to the General Assembly at the beginning of each Regular Session, covering the administration and operation of this Article during the preceding biennium, including such recommendations for amendments to this Article as it considers proper.
    The requirement for reporting to the General Assembly shall be satisfied by filing copies of the report with the Speaker, the Minority Leader and the Clerk of the House of Representatives and the President, the Minority Leader and the Secretary of the Senate and the Legislative Research Unit, as required by Section 3.1 of "An Act to revise the law in relation to the General Assembly", approved February 25, 1874, as amended, and filing such additional copies with the State Government Report Distribution Center for the General Assembly as is required under paragraph (t) of Section 7 of the State Library Act.
(Source: P.A. 84-1028.)

40 ILCS 5/21-121

    (40 ILCS 5/21-121) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 21-121)
    Sec. 21-121. General provisions and savings clause. The provisions of Article 1 and Article 23 of this Code apply to this Article as though such provisions were fully set forth in this Article as a part thereof.
(Source: P.A. 84-1028.)

40 ILCS 5/Art. 22

 
    (40 ILCS 5/Art. 22 heading)
ARTICLE 22. MISCELLANEOUS COLLATERAL PROVISIONS

40 ILCS 5/Art. 22 Div. 1

 
    (40 ILCS 5/Art. 22 Div. 1 heading)
DIVISION 1. ADDITIONAL PENSION
FUNDS - TRANSIT AUTHORITIES

40 ILCS 5/22-101

    (40 ILCS 5/22-101) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-101)
    Sec. 22-101. Retirement Plan for Chicago Transit Authority Employees.
    (a) There shall be established and maintained by the Authority created by the "Metropolitan Transit Authority Act", approved April 12, 1945, as amended, (referred to in this Section as the "Authority") a financially sound pension and retirement system adequate to provide for all payments when due under such established system or as modified from time to time by ordinance of the Chicago Transit Board or collective bargaining agreement. For this purpose, the Board must make contributions to the established system as required under this Section and may make any additional contributions provided for by Board ordinance or collective bargaining agreement. The participating employees shall make such periodic payments to the established system as required under this Section and may make any additional contributions provided for by Board ordinance or collective bargaining agreement.
    Provisions shall be made by the Board for all officers, except those who first become members on or after January 1, 2012, and employees of the Authority appointed pursuant to the "Metropolitan Transit Authority Act" to become, subject to reasonable rules and regulations, participants of the pension or retirement system with uniform rights, privileges, obligations and status as to the class in which such officers and employees belong. The terms, conditions and provisions of any pension or retirement system or of any amendment or modification thereof affecting employees who are members of any labor organization may be established, amended or modified by agreement with such labor organization, provided the terms, conditions and provisions must be consistent with this Act, the annual funding levels for the retirement system established by law must be met and the benefits paid to future participants in the system may not exceed the benefit ceilings set for future participants under this Act and the contribution levels required by the Authority and its employees may not be less than the contribution levels established under this Act.
    (b) The Board of Trustees shall consist of 11 members appointed as follows: (i) 5 trustees shall be appointed by the Chicago Transit Board; (ii) 3 trustees shall be appointed by an organization representing the highest number of Chicago Transit Authority participants; (iii) one trustee shall be appointed by an organization representing the second-highest number of Chicago Transit Authority participants; (iv) one trustee shall be appointed by the recognized coalition representatives of participants who are not represented by an organization with the highest or second-highest number of Chicago Transit Authority participants; and (v) one trustee shall be selected by the Regional Transportation Authority Board of Directors, and the trustee shall be a professional fiduciary who has experience in the area of collectively bargained pension plans. Trustees shall serve until a successor has been appointed and qualified, or until resignation, death, incapacity, or disqualification.
    Any person appointed as a trustee of the board shall qualify by taking an oath of office that he or she will diligently and honestly administer the affairs of the system and will not knowingly violate or willfully permit the violation of any of the provisions of law applicable to the Plan, including Sections 1-109, 1-109.1, 1-109.2, 1-110, 1-111, 1-114, and 1-115 of the Illinois Pension Code.
    Each trustee shall cast individual votes, and a majority vote shall be final and binding upon all interested parties, provided that the Board of Trustees may require a supermajority vote with respect to the investment of the assets of the Retirement Plan, and may set forth that requirement in the Retirement Plan documents, by-laws, or rules of the Board of Trustees. Each trustee shall have the rights, privileges, authority, and obligations as are usual and customary for such fiduciaries.
    The Board of Trustees may cause amounts on deposit in the Retirement Plan to be invested in those investments that are permitted investments for the investment of moneys held under any one or more of the pension or retirement systems of the State, any unit of local government or school district, or any agency or instrumentality thereof. The Board, by a vote of at least two-thirds of the trustees, may transfer investment management to the Illinois State Board of Investment, which is hereby authorized to manage these investments when so requested by the Board of Trustees.
    Notwithstanding any other provision of this Article or any law to the contrary, any person who first becomes a member of the Chicago Transit Board on or after January 1, 2012 shall not be eligible to participate in this Retirement Plan.
    (c) All individuals who were previously participants in the Retirement Plan for Chicago Transit Authority Employees shall remain participants, and shall receive the same benefits established by the Retirement Plan for Chicago Transit Authority Employees, except as provided in this amendatory Act or by subsequent legislative enactment or amendment to the Retirement Plan. For Authority employees hired on or after the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 95th General Assembly, the Retirement Plan for Chicago Transit Authority Employees shall be the exclusive retirement plan and such employees shall not be eligible for any supplemental plan, except for a deferred compensation plan funded only by employee contributions.
    For all Authority employees who are first hired on or after the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 95th General Assembly and are participants in the Retirement Plan for Chicago Transit Authority Employees, the following terms, conditions and provisions with respect to retirement shall be applicable:
        (1) Such participant shall be eligible for an
    
unreduced retirement allowance for life upon the attainment of age 64 with 25 years of continuous service.
        (2) Such participant shall be eligible for a reduced
    
retirement allowance for life upon the attainment of age 55 with 10 years of continuous service.
        (3) For the purpose of determining the retirement
    
allowance to be paid to a retiring employee, the term "Continuous Service" as used in the Retirement Plan for Chicago Transit Authority Employees shall also be deemed to include all pension credit for service with any retirement system established under Article 8 or Article 11 of this Code, provided that the employee forfeits and relinquishes all pension credit under Article 8 or Article 11 of this Code, and the contribution required under this subsection is made by the employee. The Retirement Plan's actuary shall determine the contribution paid by the employee as an amount equal to the normal cost of the benefit accrued, had the service been rendered as an employee, plus interest per annum from the time such service was rendered until the date the payment is made.
    (d) From the effective date of this amendatory Act through December 31, 2008, all participating employees shall contribute to the Retirement Plan in an amount not less than 6% of compensation, and the Authority shall contribute to the Retirement Plan in an amount not less than 12% of compensation.
    (e)(1) Beginning January 1, 2009 the Authority shall make contributions to the Retirement Plan in an amount equal to twelve percent (12%) of compensation and participating employees shall make contributions to the Retirement Plan in an amount equal to six percent (6%) of compensation. These contributions may be paid by the Authority and participating employees on a payroll or other periodic basis, but shall in any case be paid to the Retirement Plan at least monthly.
    (2) For the period ending December 31, 2040, the amount paid by the Authority in any year with respect to debt service on bonds issued for the purposes of funding a contribution to the Retirement Plan under Section 12c of the Metropolitan Transit Authority Act, other than debt service paid with the proceeds of bonds or notes issued by the Authority for any year after calendar year 2008, shall be treated as a credit against the amount of required contribution to the Retirement Plan by the Authority under subsection (e)(1) for the following year up to an amount not to exceed 6% of compensation paid by the Authority in that following year.
    (3) By September 15 of each year beginning in 2009 and ending on December 31, 2039, on the basis of a report prepared by an enrolled actuary retained by the Plan, the Board of Trustees of the Retirement Plan shall determine the estimated funded ratio of the total assets of the Retirement Plan to its total actuarially determined liabilities. A report containing that determination and the actuarial assumptions on which it is based shall be filed with the Authority, the representatives of its participating employees, the Auditor General of the State of Illinois, and the Regional Transportation Authority. If the funded ratio is projected to decline below 60% in any year before 2040, the Board of Trustees shall also determine the increased contribution required each year as a level percentage of payroll over the years remaining until 2040 using the projected unit credit actuarial cost method so the funded ratio does not decline below 60% and include that determination in its report. If the actual funded ratio declines below 60% in any year prior to 2040, the Board of Trustees shall also determine the increased contribution required each year as a level percentage of payroll during the years after the then current year using the projected unit credit actuarial cost method so the funded ratio is projected to reach at least 60% no later than 10 years after the then current year and include that determination in its report. Within 60 days after receiving the report, the Auditor General shall review the determination and the assumptions on which it is based, and if he finds that the determination and the assumptions on which it is based are unreasonable in the aggregate, he shall issue a new determination of the funded ratio, the assumptions on which it is based and the increased contribution required each year as a level percentage of payroll over the years remaining until 2040 using the projected unit credit actuarial cost method so the funded ratio does not decline below 60%, or, in the event of an actual decline below 60%, so the funded ratio is projected to reach 60% by no later than 10 years after the then current year. If the Board of Trustees or the Auditor General determine that an increased contribution is required to meet the funded ratio required by the subsection, effective January 1 following the determination or 30 days after such determination, whichever is later, one-third of the increased contribution shall be paid by participating employees and two-thirds by the Authority, in addition to the contributions required by this subsection (1).
    (4) For the period beginning 2040, the minimum contribution to the Retirement Plan for each fiscal year shall be an amount determined by the Board of Trustees of the Retirement Plan to be sufficient to bring the total assets of the Retirement Plan up to 90% of its total actuarial liabilities by the end of 2059. Participating employees shall be responsible for one-third of the required contribution and the Authority shall be responsible for two-thirds of the required contribution. In making these determinations, the Board of Trustees shall calculate the required contribution each year as a level percentage of payroll over the years remaining to and including fiscal year 2059 using the projected unit credit actuarial cost method. A report containing that determination and the actuarial assumptions on which it is based shall be filed by September 15 of each year with the Authority, the representatives of its participating employees, the Auditor General of the State of Illinois and the Regional Transportation Authority. If the funded ratio is projected to fail to reach 90% by December 31, 2059, the Board of Trustees shall also determine the increased contribution required each year as a level percentage of payroll over the years remaining until December 31, 2059 using the projected unit credit actuarial cost method so the funded ratio will meet 90% by December 31, 2059 and include that determination in its report. Within 60 days after receiving the report, the Auditor General shall review the determination and the assumptions on which it is based and if he finds that the determination and the assumptions on which it is based are unreasonable in the aggregate, he shall issue a new determination of the funded ratio, the assumptions on which it is based and the increased contribution required each year as a level percentage of payroll over the years remaining until December 31, 2059 using the projected unit credit actuarial cost method so the funded ratio reaches no less than 90% by December 31, 2059. If the Board of Trustees or the Auditor General determine that an increased contribution is required to meet the funded ratio required by this subsection, effective January 1 following the determination or 30 days after such determination, whichever is later, one-third of the increased contribution shall be paid by participating employees and two-thirds by the Authority, in addition to the contributions required by subsection (e)(1).
    (5) Beginning in 2060, the minimum contribution for each year shall be the amount needed to maintain the total assets of the Retirement Plan at 90% of the total actuarial liabilities of the Plan, and the contribution shall be funded two-thirds by the Authority and one-third by the participating employees in accordance with this subsection.
    (f) The Authority shall take the steps necessary to comply with Section 414(h)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, to permit the pick-up of employee contributions under subsections (d) and (e) on a tax-deferred basis.
    (g) The Board of Trustees shall certify to the Governor, the General Assembly, the Auditor General, the Board of the Regional Transportation Authority, and the Authority at least 90 days prior to the end of each fiscal year the amount of the required contributions to the retirement system for the next retirement system fiscal year under this Section. The certification shall include a copy of the actuarial recommendations upon which it is based. In addition, copies of the certification shall be sent to the Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability and the Mayor of Chicago.
    (h)(1) As to an employee who first becomes entitled to a retirement allowance commencing on or after November 30, 1989, the retirement allowance shall be the amount determined in accordance with the following formula:
        (A) One percent (1%) of his "Average Annual
    
Compensation in the highest four (4) completed Plan Years" for each full year of continuous service from the date of original employment to the effective date of the Plan; plus
        (B) One and seventy-five hundredths percent (1.75%)
    
of his "Average Annual Compensation in the highest four (4) completed Plan Years" for each year (including fractions thereof to completed calendar months) of continuous service as provided for in the Retirement Plan for Chicago Transit Authority Employees.
Provided, however that:
    (2) As to an employee who first becomes entitled to a retirement allowance commencing on or after January 1, 1993, the retirement allowance shall be the amount determined in accordance with the following formula:
        (A) One percent (1%) of his "Average Annual
    
Compensation in the highest four (4) completed Plan Years" for each full year of continuous service from the date of original employment to the effective date of the Plan; plus
        (B) One and eighty hundredths percent (1.80%) of his
    
"Average Annual Compensation in the highest four (4) completed Plan Years" for each year (including fractions thereof to completed calendar months) of continuous service as provided for in the Retirement Plan for Chicago Transit Authority Employees.
Provided, however that:
    (3) As to an employee who first becomes entitled to a retirement allowance commencing on or after January 1, 1994, the retirement allowance shall be the amount determined in accordance with the following formula:
        (A) One percent (1%) of his "Average Annual
    
Compensation in the highest four (4) completed Plan Years" for each full year of continuous service from the date of original employment to the effective date of the Plan; plus
        (B) One and eighty-five hundredths percent (1.85%) of
    
his "Average Annual Compensation in the highest four (4) completed Plan Years" for each year (including fractions thereof to completed calendar months) of continuous service as provided for in the Retirement Plan for Chicago Transit Authority Employees.
Provided, however that:
    (4) As to an employee who first becomes entitled to a retirement allowance commencing on or after January 1, 2000, the retirement allowance shall be the amount determined in accordance with the following formula:
        (A) One percent (1%) of his "Average Annual
    
Compensation in the highest four (4) completed Plan Years" for each full year of continuous service from the date of original employment to the effective date of the Plan; plus
        (B) Two percent (2%) of his "Average Annual
    
Compensation in the highest four (4) completed Plan Years" for each year (including fractions thereof to completed calendar months) of continuous service as provided for in the Retirement Plan for Chicago Transit Authority Employees.
Provided, however that:
    (5) As to an employee who first becomes entitled to a retirement allowance commencing on or after January 1, 2001, the retirement allowance shall be the amount determined in accordance with the following formula:
        (A) One percent (1%) of his "Average Annual
    
Compensation in the highest four (4) completed Plan Years" for each full year of continuous service from the date of original employment to the effective date of the Plan; plus
        (B) Two and fifteen hundredths percent (2.15%) of his
    
"Average Annual Compensation in the highest four (4) completed Plan Years" for each year (including fractions thereof to completed calendar months) of continuous service as provided for in the Retirement Plan for Chicago Transit Authority Employees.
    The changes made by this amendatory Act of the 95th General Assembly, to the extent that they affect the rights or privileges of Authority employees that are currently the subject of collective bargaining, have been agreed to between the authorized representatives of these employees and of the Authority prior to enactment of this amendatory Act, as evidenced by a Memorandum of Understanding between these representatives that will be filed with the Secretary of State Index Department and designated as "95-GA-C05". The General Assembly finds and declares that those changes are consistent with 49 U.S.C. 5333(b) (also known as Section 13(c) of the Federal Transit Act) because of this agreement between authorized representatives of these employees and of the Authority, and that any future amendments to the provisions of this amendatory Act of the 95th General Assembly, to the extent those amendments would affect the rights and privileges of Authority employees that are currently the subject of collective bargaining, would be consistent with 49 U.S.C. 5333(b) if and only if those amendments were agreed to between these authorized representatives prior to enactment.
    (i) Early retirement incentive plan; funded ratio.
        (1) Beginning on the effective date of this Section,
    
no early retirement incentive shall be offered to participants of the Plan unless the Funded Ratio of the Plan is at least 80% or more.
        (2) For the purposes of this Section, the Funded
    
Ratio shall be the Adjusted Assets divided by the Actuarial Accrued Liability developed in accordance with Statement #25 promulgated by the Government Accounting Standards Board and the actuarial assumptions described in the Plan. The Adjusted Assets shall be calculated based on the methodology described in the Plan.
    (j) Nothing in this amendatory Act of the 95th General Assembly shall impair the rights or privileges of Authority employees under any other law.
    (k) Any individual who, on or after August 19, 2011 (the effective date of Public Act 97-442), first becomes a participant of the Retirement Plan shall not be paid any of the benefits provided under this Code if he or she is convicted of a felony relating to, arising out of, or in connection with his or her service as a participant.
    This subsection (k) shall not operate to impair any contract or vested right acquired before August 19, 2011 (the effective date of Public Act 97-442) under any law or laws continued in this Code, and it shall not preclude the right to refund.
(Source: P.A. 97-442, eff. 8-19-11; 97-609, eff. 1-1-12; 97-813, eff. 7-13-12.)

40 ILCS 5/22-101B

    (40 ILCS 5/22-101B)
    Sec. 22-101B. Health Care Benefits.
    (a) The Chicago Transit Authority (hereinafter referred to in this Section as the "Authority") shall take all actions lawfully available to it to separate the funding of health care benefits for retirees and their dependents and survivors from the funding for its retirement system. The Authority shall endeavor to achieve this separation as soon as possible, and in any event no later than July 1, 2009.
    (b) Effective 90 days after the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 95th General Assembly, a Retiree Health Care Trust is established for the purpose of providing health care benefits to eligible retirees and their dependents and survivors in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in this Section 22-101B. The Retiree Health Care Trust shall be solely responsible for providing health care benefits to eligible retirees and their dependents and survivors upon the exhaustion of the account established by the Retirement Plan for Chicago Transit Authority Employees pursuant to Section 401(h) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, but no earlier than January 1, 2009 and no later than July 1, 2009.
        (1) The Board of Trustees shall consist of 7 members
    
appointed as follows: (i) 3 trustees shall be appointed by the Chicago Transit Board; (ii) one trustee shall be appointed by an organization representing the highest number of Chicago Transit Authority participants; (iii) one trustee shall be appointed by an organization representing the second-highest number of Chicago Transit Authority participants; (iv) one trustee shall be appointed by the recognized coalition representatives of participants who are not represented by an organization with the highest or second-highest number of Chicago Transit Authority participants; and (v) one trustee shall be selected by the Regional Transportation Authority Board of Directors, and the trustee shall be a professional fiduciary who has experience in the area of collectively bargained retiree health plans. Trustees shall serve until a successor has been appointed and qualified, or until resignation, death, incapacity, or disqualification.
        Any person appointed as a trustee of the board shall
    
qualify by taking an oath of office that he or she will diligently and honestly administer the affairs of the system, and will not knowingly violate or willfully permit the violation of any of the provisions of law applicable to the Plan, including Sections 1-109, 1-109.1, 1-109.2, 1-110, 1-111, 1-114, and 1-115 of Article 1 of the Illinois Pension Code.
        Each trustee shall cast individual votes, and a
    
majority vote shall be final and binding upon all interested parties, provided that the Board of Trustees may require a supermajority vote with respect to the investment of the assets of the Retiree Health Care Trust, and may set forth that requirement in the trust agreement or by-laws of the Board of Trustees. Each trustee shall have the rights, privileges, authority and obligations as are usual and customary for such fiduciaries.
        (2) The Board of Trustees shall establish and
    
administer a health care benefit program for eligible retirees and their dependents and survivors. Any health care benefit program established by the Board of Trustees for eligible retirees and their dependents and survivors effective on or after July 1, 2009 shall not contain any plan which provides for more than 90% coverage for in-network services or 70% coverage for out-of-network services after any deductible has been paid, except that coverage through a health maintenance organization ("HMO") may be provided at 100%.
        (2.5) The Board of Trustees may also establish and
    
administer a health reimbursement arrangement for retirees and for former employees of the Authority or the Retirement Plan, and their survivors, who have contributed to the Retiree Health Care Trust but do not satisfy the years of service requirement of subdivision (b)(4) and the terms of the retiree health care plan; or for those who do satisfy the requirements of subdivision (b)(4) and the terms of the retiree health care plan but who decline coverage under the plan prior to retirement. Any such health reimbursement arrangement may provide that: the retirees or former employees of the Authority or the Retirement Plan, and their survivors, must have reached age 65 to be eligible to participate in the health reimbursement arrangement; contributions by the retirees or former employees of the Authority or the Retirement Plan to the Retiree Health Care Trust shall be considered assets of the Retiree Health Care Trust only; contributions shall not accrue interest for the benefit of the retiree or former employee of the Authority or the Retirement Plan or survivor; benefits shall be payable in accordance with the Internal Revenue Code of 1986; the amounts paid to or on account of the retiree or former employee of the Authority or the Retirement Plan or survivor shall not exceed the total amount which the retiree or former employee of the Authority or the Retirement Plan contributed to the Retiree Health Care Trust; the Retiree Health Care Trust may charge a reasonable administrative fee for processing the benefits. The Board of Trustees of the Retiree Health Care Trust may establish such rules, limitations and requirements as the Board of Trustees deems appropriate.
        (3) The Retiree Health Care Trust shall be
    
administered by the Board of Trustees according to the following requirements:
            (i) The Board of Trustees may cause amounts on
        
deposit in the Retiree Health Care Trust to be invested in those investments that are permitted investments for the investment of moneys held under any one or more of the pension or retirement systems of the State, any unit of local government or school district, or any agency or instrumentality thereof. The Board, by a vote of at least two-thirds of the trustees, may transfer investment management to the Illinois State Board of Investment, which is hereby authorized to manage these investments when so requested by the Board of Trustees.
            (ii) The Board of Trustees shall establish and
        
maintain an appropriate funding reserve level which shall not be less than the amount of incurred and unreported claims plus 12 months of expected claims and administrative expenses.
            (iii) The Board of Trustees shall make an annual
        
assessment of the funding levels of the Retiree Health Care Trust and shall submit a report to the Auditor General at least 90 days prior to the end of the fiscal year. The report shall provide the following:
                (A) the actuarial present value of projected
            
benefits expected to be paid to current and future retirees and their dependents and survivors;
                (B) the actuarial present value of projected
            
contributions and trust income plus assets;
                (C) the reserve required by subsection
            
(b)(3)(ii); and
                (D) an assessment of whether the actuarial
            
present value of projected benefits expected to be paid to current and future retirees and their dependents and survivors exceeds or is less than the actuarial present value of projected contributions and trust income plus assets in excess of the reserve required by subsection (b)(3)(ii).
            If the actuarial present value of projected
        
benefits expected to be paid to current and future retirees and their dependents and survivors exceeds the actuarial present value of projected contributions and trust income plus assets in excess of the reserve required by subsection (b)(3)(ii), then the report shall provide a plan, to be implemented over a period of not more than 10 years from each valuation date, which would make the actuarial present value of projected contributions and trust income plus assets equal to or exceed the actuarial present value of projected benefits expected to be paid to current and future retirees and their dependents and survivors. The plan may consist of increases in employee, retiree, dependent, or survivor contribution levels, decreases in benefit levels, or other plan changes or any combination thereof. If the actuarial present value of projected benefits expected to be paid to current and future retirees and their dependents and survivors is less than the actuarial present value of projected contributions and trust income plus assets in excess of the reserve required by subsection (b)(3)(ii), then the report may provide a plan of decreases in employee, retiree, dependent, or survivor contribution levels, increases in benefit levels, or other plan changes, or any combination thereof, to the extent of the surplus.
            (iv) The Auditor General shall review the report
        
and plan provided in subsection (b)(3)(iii) and issue a determination within 90 days after receiving the report and plan, with a copy of such determination provided to the General Assembly and the Regional Transportation Authority, as follows:
                (A) In the event of a projected shortfall, if
            
the Auditor General determines that the assumptions stated in the report are not unreasonable in the aggregate and that the plan of increases in employee, retiree, dependent, or survivor contribution levels, decreases in benefit levels, or other plan changes, or any combination thereof, to be implemented over a period of not more than 10 years from each valuation date, is reasonably projected to make the actuarial present value of projected contributions and trust income plus assets equal to or in excess of the actuarial present value of projected benefits expected to be paid to current and future retirees and their dependents and survivors, then the Board of Trustees shall implement the plan. If the Auditor General determines that the assumptions stated in the report are unreasonable in the aggregate, or that the plan of increases in employee, retiree, dependent, or survivor contribution levels, decreases in benefit levels, or other plan changes to be implemented over a period of not more than 10 years from each valuation date, is not reasonably projected to make the actuarial present value of projected contributions and trust income plus assets equal to or in excess of the actuarial present value of projected benefits expected to be paid to current and future retirees and their dependents and survivors, then the Board of Trustees shall not implement the plan, the Auditor General shall explain the basis for such determination to the Board of Trustees, and the Auditor General may make recommendations as to an alternative report and plan.
                (B) In the event of a projected surplus, if
            
the Auditor General determines that the assumptions stated in the report are not unreasonable in the aggregate and that the plan of decreases in employee, retiree, dependent, or survivor contribution levels, increases in benefit levels, or both, is not unreasonable in the aggregate, then the Board of Trustees shall implement the plan. If the Auditor General determines that the assumptions stated in the report are unreasonable in the aggregate, or that the plan of decreases in employee, retiree, dependent, or survivor contribution levels, increases in benefit levels, or both, is unreasonable in the aggregate, then the Board of Trustees shall not implement the plan, the Auditor General shall explain the basis for such determination to the Board of Trustees, and the Auditor General may make recommendations as to an alternative report and plan.
                (C) The Board of Trustees shall submit an
            
alternative report and plan within 45 days after receiving a rejection determination by the Auditor General. A determination by the Auditor General on any alternative report and plan submitted by the Board of Trustees shall be made within 90 days after receiving the alternative report and plan, and shall be accepted or rejected according to the requirements of this subsection (b)(3)(iv). The Board of Trustees shall continue to submit alternative reports and plans to the Auditor General, as necessary, until a favorable determination is made by the Auditor General.
        (4) For any retiree who first retires effective on or
    
after January 18, 2008, to be eligible for retiree health care benefits upon retirement, the retiree must be at least 55 years of age, retire with 10 or more years of continuous service and satisfy the preconditions established by Public Act 95-708 in addition to any rules or regulations promulgated by the Board of Trustees. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any retiree hired on or before September 5, 2001 who retires with 25 years or more of continuous service shall be eligible for retiree health care benefits upon retirement in accordance with any rules or regulations adopted by the Board of Trustees; provided he or she retires prior to the full execution of the successor collective bargaining agreement to the collective bargaining agreement that became effective January 1, 2007 between the Authority and the organizations representing the highest and second-highest number of Chicago Transit Authority participants. This paragraph (4) shall not apply to a disability allowance.
        (5) Effective January 1, 2009, the aggregate amount
    
of retiree, dependent and survivor contributions to the cost of their health care benefits shall not exceed more than 45% of the total cost of such benefits. The Board of Trustees shall have the discretion to provide different contribution levels for retirees, dependents and survivors based on their years of service, level of coverage or Medicare eligibility, provided that the total contribution from all retirees, dependents, and survivors shall be not more than 45% of the total cost of such benefits. The term "total cost of such benefits" for purposes of this subsection shall be the total amount expended by the retiree health benefit program in the prior plan year, as calculated and certified in writing by the Retiree Health Care Trust's enrolled actuary to be appointed and paid for by the Board of Trustees.
        (6) Effective January 18, 2008, all employees of the
    
Authority shall contribute to the Retiree Health Care Trust in an amount not less than 3% of compensation.
        (7) No earlier than January 1, 2009 and no later than
    
July 1, 2009 as the Retiree Health Care Trust becomes solely responsible for providing health care benefits to eligible retirees and their dependents and survivors in accordance with subsection (b) of this Section 22-101B, the Authority shall not have any obligation to provide health care to current or future retirees and their dependents or survivors. Employees, retirees, dependents, and survivors who are required to make contributions to the Retiree Health Care Trust shall make contributions at the level set by the Board of Trustees pursuant to the requirements of this Section 22-101B.
(Source: P.A. 98-1164, eff. 6-1-15.)

40 ILCS 5/22-102

    (40 ILCS 5/22-102) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-102)
    Sec. 22-102. Local Mass Transit District Pension Fund. The Board of Trustees created under the "Local Mass Transit District Act", approved July 21, 1959, as amended, may undertake the continuation of employee pension and retirement funds of an existing public or privately owned transportation system or systems that have been acquired by the Board, upon such terms and conditions as the Board shall determine.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-103

    (40 ILCS 5/22-103)
    Sec. 22-103. Regional Transportation Authority and related pension plans.
    (a) As used in this Section:
    "Affected pension plan" means a defined-benefit pension plan supported in whole or in part by employer contributions and maintained by the Regional Transportation Authority, the Suburban Bus Division, or the Commuter Rail Division, or any combination thereof, under the general authority of the Regional Transportation Authority Act, including but not limited to any such plan that has been established under or is subject to a collective bargaining agreement or is limited to employees covered by a collective bargaining agreement. "Affected pension plan" does not include any pension fund or retirement system subject to Section 22-101 of this Section.
    "Authority" means the Regional Transportation Authority created under the Regional Transportation Authority Act.
    "Contributing employer" means an employer that is required to make contributions to an affected pension plan under the terms of that plan.
    "Funding ratio" means the ratio of an affected pension plan's assets to the present value of its actuarial liabilities, as determined at its latest actuarial valuation in accordance with applicable actuarial assumptions and recommendations.
    "Under-funded pension plan" or "under-funded" means an affected pension plan that, at the time of its last actuarial valuation, has a funding ratio of less than 90%.
    (b) The contributing employers of each affected pension plan have a general duty to make the required employer contributions to the affected pension plan in a timely manner in accordance with the terms of the plan. A contributing employer must make contributions to the affected pension plan as required under this subsection and, if applicable, subsection (c); a contributing employer may make any additional contributions provided for by the board of the employer or collective bargaining agreement.
    (c) In the case of an affected pension plan that is under-funded on January 1, 2009 or becomes under-funded at any time after that date, the contributing employers shall contribute to the affected pension plan, in addition to all amounts otherwise required, amounts sufficient to bring the funding ratio of the affected pension plan up to 90% in accordance with an amortization schedule adopted jointly by the contributing employers and the trustee of the affected pension plan. The amortization schedule may extend for any period up to a maximum of 50 years and shall provide for additional employer contributions in substantially equal annual amounts over the selected period. If the contributing employers and the trustee of the affected pension plan do not agree on an appropriate period for the amortization schedule within 6 months of the date of determination that the plan is under-funded, then the amortization schedule shall be based on a period of 50 years.
    In the case of an affected pension plan that has more than one contributing employer, each contributing employer's share of the total additional employer contributions required under this subsection shall be determined: (i) in proportion to the amounts, if any, by which the respective contributing employers have failed to meet their contribution obligations under the terms of the affected pension plan; or (ii) if all of the contributing employers have met their contribution obligations under the terms of the affected pension plan, then in the same proportion as they are required to contribute under the terms of that plan. In the case of an affected pension plan that has only one contributing employer, that contributing employer is responsible for all of the additional employer contributions required under this subsection.
    If an under-funded pension plan is determined to have achieved a funding ratio of at least 90% during the period when an amortization schedule is in force under this Section, the contributing employers and the trustee of the affected pension plan, acting jointly, may cancel the amortization schedule and the contributing employers may cease making additional contributions under this subsection for as long as the affected pension plan retains a funding ratio of at least 90%.
    (d) Beginning January 1, 2009, if the Authority fails to pay to an affected pension fund within 30 days after it is due (i) any employer contribution that it is required to make as a contributing employer, (ii) any additional employer contribution that it is required to pay under subsection (c), or (iii) any payment that it is required to make under Section 4.02a or 4.02b of the Regional Transportation Authority Act, the trustee of the affected pension fund shall promptly so notify the Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability, the Mayor of Chicago, the Governor, and the General Assembly.
    (e) For purposes of determining employer contributions, assets, and actuarial liabilities under this subsection, contributions, assets, and liabilities relating to health care benefits shall not be included.
    (f) This amendatory Act of the 94th General Assembly does not affect or impair the right of any contributing employer or its employees to collectively bargain the amount or level of employee contributions to an affected pension plan, to the extent that the plan includes employees subject to collective bargaining.
    (g) Any individual who, on or after August 19, 2011 (the effective date of Public Act 97-442), first becomes a participant of an affected pension plan shall not be paid any of the benefits provided under this Code if he or she is convicted of a felony relating to, arising out of, or in connection with his or her service as a participant.
    This subsection shall not operate to impair any contract or vested right acquired before August 19, 2011 (the effective date of Public Act 97-442) under any law or laws continued in this Code, and it shall not preclude the right to refund.
    (h) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Article or any law to the contrary, a person who, on or after January 1, 2012 (the effective date of Public Act 97-609), first becomes a director on the Suburban Bus Board, the Commuter Rail Board, or the Board of Directors of the Regional Transportation Authority shall not be eligible to participate in an affected pension plan.
(Source: P.A. 97-442, eff. 8-19-11; 97-609, eff. 1-1-12; 97-813, eff. 7-13-12.)

40 ILCS 5/22-104

    (40 ILCS 5/22-104)
    Sec. 22-104. Delinquent contributions; deduction from payments of State funds to the employer. If an employer of participants in a pension fund or retirement plan subject to this Division fails to transmit contributions required of it by that pension fund or retirement plan by December 31st of the year in which such contributions are due, the pension fund or retirement plan may, after giving notice to the employer, certify to the State Comptroller the amounts of the delinquent payments in accordance with any applicable rules of the Comptroller, and the Comptroller must, beginning in payment year 2016, deduct and remit to that pension fund or retirement plan the certified amounts from payments of State funds to the employer.
    The State Comptroller may not deduct from any payments of State funds to the employer more than the amount of delinquent payments certified to the State Comptroller by the employer.
(Source: P.A. 99-8, eff. 7-9-15.)

40 ILCS 5/22-105

    (40 ILCS 5/22-105)
    Sec. 22-105. Application to Regional Transportation Authority Board members. This Code does not apply to any individual who first becomes a member of the Regional Transportation Authority Board on or after the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 98th General Assembly with respect to service on that Board.
(Source: P.A. 98-108, eff. 7-23-13.)

40 ILCS 5/22-106

    (40 ILCS 5/22-106)
    Sec. 22-106. Application to Suburban Bus Board members. This Code does not apply to any individual who first becomes a member of the Suburban Bus Board on or after the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 98th General Assembly with respect to service on that Board.
(Source: P.A. 98-108, eff. 7-23-13.)

40 ILCS 5/22-107

    (40 ILCS 5/22-107)
    Sec. 22-107. Application to Commuter Rail Board members. This Code does not apply to any individual who first becomes a member of the Commuter Rail Board on or after the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 98th General Assembly with respect to service on that Board.
(Source: P.A. 98-108, eff. 7-23-13.)

40 ILCS 5/22-108

    (40 ILCS 5/22-108)
    Sec. 22-108. Application to Chicago Transit Authority Board members. This Code does not apply to any individual who first becomes a member of the Chicago Transit Authority Board on or after the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 98th General Assembly with respect to service on that Board.
(Source: P.A. 98-108, eff. 7-23-13.)

40 ILCS 5/Art. 22 Div. 2

 
    (40 ILCS 5/Art. 22 Div. 2 heading)
DIVISION 2. FIRE INSURANCE
PATROLMEN PENSION FUNDS

40 ILCS 5/22-201

    (40 ILCS 5/22-201) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-201)
    Sec. 22-201. Creation of fund. In each city, village and incorporated town, whose population exceeds 50,000 and having a paid fire insurance patrol, boards of underwriters may create a pension fund, in the manner prescribed in this Division, for the benefit of disabled or retired fire insurance patrolmen, and of the widows and children of deceased patrolmen.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-202

    (40 ILCS 5/22-202) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-202)
    Sec. 22-202. Terms defined. The terms used in this Division for the purposes of this Division shall have the meanings ascribed to them in Sections 22-203 to 22-205, inclusive, except when the context otherwise requires.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-203

    (40 ILCS 5/22-203) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-203)
    Sec. 22-203. Fire Insurance Patrolmen Pension Fund Act of the Illinois Municipal Code. "Fire Insurance Patrolmen Pension Fund Act of the Illinois Municipal Code": Division 10 of Article 10 of the Illinois Municipal Code.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-204

    (40 ILCS 5/22-204) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-204)
    Sec. 22-204. Board of Trustees. "Board of Trustees": Board of Trustees of the fire insurance patrolmen's pension fund authorized by this Division.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-205

    (40 ILCS 5/22-205) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-205)
    Sec. 22-205. Fund. "Fund": The fire insurance patrolmen's pension fund authorized by this Division.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-206

    (40 ILCS 5/22-206) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-206)
    Sec. 22-206. Persons to whom Division applies. This Division shall apply to all persons who are now or shall hereafter become members of the uniformed force of such fire insurance patrol, and all such persons shall be eligible to the benefits secured by this Division, but shall not apply to any other employees of the said fire insurance patrol.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-207

    (40 ILCS 5/22-207) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-207)
    Sec. 22-207. Retirement pension. Whenever any member of the said fire insurance patrol has served 25 years or more in such patrol (the last 2 years of which shall have been continuous), has reached the age of 50 or 55, and is no longer in the service as a member of the fire insurance patrol, he shall be entitled to a monthly pension as follows:
    (a) If he is age 50 or over but less than 55 and has retired or has been discharged for any cause, a monthly pension equal to 40% of the wages or salary received by him at the date of retirement or discharge;
    (b) If he is age 55 or over and has retired or has been discharged for any cause, a monthly pension equal to 50% of the wages or salary received by him at the date of retirement or discharge.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-208

    (40 ILCS 5/22-208) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-208)
    Sec. 22-208. Widow's and children's pension. Whenever any active member of the fire insurance patrol or any former member of the fire insurance patrol who has retired on pension under the provisions of this Division dies his widow or his child or children under 16 years of age shall be entitled to pension payable monthly as follows:
    (a) To the widow of a deceased active member, 12 1/2% of the salary of such member at the time of death, but not less than $30;
    (b) To the widow of a deceased member who has retired under the provisions of this Division, and which widow was married to such member at the date of his retirement 25% of the pension such member was receiving at the time of death, but not less than $30;
    (c) To any child or children under 16 years of age of a deceased active member or a deceased member who had retired under the provisions of this Division, $25 until such child or children shall reach the age of 16. Payment for the benefit of such minor child or children may be made to such person or persons and in such manner as the Board of Trustees shall in their sole discretion determine.
    The amount of such pensions or payments shall be uniform with respect to all widows of deceased patrolmen, and with respect to all children of deceased patrolmen.
    The amount of any future payments to be made to widows and children of deceased patrolmen who were receiving payments prior to July 7, 1955, shall be determined in accordance with this section.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-209

    (40 ILCS 5/22-209) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-209)
    Sec. 22-209. Pension ceases on marriage. No pension provided for in Section 22-208 shall be paid to any widow of a deceased member or former member of a fire insurance patrol after she has remarried after the decease of such member or former member.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-210

    (40 ILCS 5/22-210) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-210)
    Sec. 22-210. Duty disability pension. Whenever a member of the fire insurance patrol, while in the performance of his duty, becomes physically or mentally permanently disabled by reason of service in such fire insurance patrol, to such an extent as to necessitate his retirement from service in the fire insurance patrol, he shall be paid from the fund monthly a pension of 50% of his monthly salary or wages at date of retirement.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-211

    (40 ILCS 5/22-211) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-211)
    Sec. 22-211. Ordinary disability benefit. Whenever a member of the fire insurance patrol, while in the service of the fire insurance patrol, becomes physically or mentally permanently disabled from any cause not necessarily connected with his service in the fire insurance patrol, so as to necessitate his retirement from service in the fire insurance patrol, he may be retired by the Board of Trustees, and he may, in the discretion of said Board be paid monthly from the fund such sum as the said Board of Trustees shall determine, not exceeding a sum equal to 50% of his monthly wages or salary at the date of retirement.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-212

    (40 ILCS 5/22-212) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-212)
    Sec. 22-212. Physical examination. No person shall receive any pension or benefits under Sections 22-210 or 22-211 of this Division unless he is found to be physically or mentally permanently disabled upon examination by a medical officer designated by the Board of Trustees.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-213

    (40 ILCS 5/22-213) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-213)
    Sec. 22-213. Duties after retirement. The Board of Trustees, upon recommendation of the chief officer of the fire insurance patrol shall have the power to assign former members of the fire insurance patrol who are receiving a retirement pension under the provisions of this Division to the performance of light duties in said patrol without additional compensation.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-214

    (40 ILCS 5/22-214) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-214)
    Sec. 22-214. Reduction of pension. The pension or benefits provided for in Sections 22-207, 22-210 or 22-211 may be reduced by the Board of Trustees in an amount not exceeding 50% of any sums which a retired member of a fire insurance patrol receives under any Act of Congress or under a statute of any state providing for old age benefits, social security, unemployment insurance or other like benefits but excluding any payments of the United States or any State by reason of military or naval service.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-215

    (40 ILCS 5/22-215) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-215)
    Sec. 22-215. Financing. The Board of Trustees shall assess each member of the fire insurance patrol not to exceed 5% of his wages or salary, which assessment shall be uniform as to all members of the patrol. The amount so assessed shall be deducted and withheld by the Board of Underwriters, or the committee of the Board of Underwriters having charge of the fire insurance patrol, from the pay of each such member of the patrol at such times as the members of the patrol shall be paid their wages or salaries, and shall be at once paid into the pension fund.
    The Patrol Committee of the Board of Underwriters of such city, village or incorporated town, shall also set aside and pay into such pension fund not to exceed 10% of all moneys paid to such Board of Underwriters by insurance companies for sustaining the fire insurance patrol. Such percentage shall not be less than twice the percentage of the assessment against the members of the patrol.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-216

    (40 ILCS 5/22-216) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-216)
    Sec. 22-216. Board created. A board, composed of the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, manager, chairman of the patrol committee, vice-chairman of the patrol committee and the chief officer of the fire insurance patrol of the Board of Underwriters of such city, village or incorporated town, shall be and constitute the Board of Trustees to control and manage the fund. The Board shall be known as "The Board of Trustees of the Patrolmen's Pension Fund".
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-217

    (40 ILCS 5/22-217) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-217)
    Sec. 22-217. Board officers. The Board of Trustees shall elect from their number a president, a secretary and a treasurer, and may elect from their number a vice president, an assistant secretary and an assistant treasurer. The vice president, assistant secretary and assistant treasurer, if elected, shall have all the powers and duties provided in this Division for the president, secretary and treasurer, respectively.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-218

    (40 ILCS 5/22-218) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-218)
    Sec. 22-218. Powers and duties of Board. The Board shall have the powers and duties stated in Section 22-219 to 22-225, inclusive, in addition to the other powers and duties provided in this Division.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-219

    (40 ILCS 5/22-219) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-219)
    Sec. 22-219. To control and manage fund. To have exclusive control and management of the pension fund.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-220

    (40 ILCS 5/22-220) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-220)
    Sec. 22-220. To determine benefits. To hear and decide all applications for pensions or benefits under this Division. The decision of the board of trustees on applications shall be final and conclusive and not subject to review or reversal except by the board of trustees upon application for that purpose.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-221

    (40 ILCS 5/22-221) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-221)
    Sec. 22-221. To accept gifts. To receive gifts and donations to the fund from all sources, including rewards in moneys, fees, gifts and emoluments, that shall be paid or given for or on account of extraordinary services by the fire insurance patrol or any member thereof (except when allowed to be retained by such member or given to endow a medal or other permanent or competitive award). Also to accept any gifts or donations of money from the Board of Underwriters from any of its funds in addition to the sums required to be paid into the pension fund under this Division.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-222

    (40 ILCS 5/22-222) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-222)
    Sec. 22-222. To invest funds. To invest funds coming into their hands in the name of the Board of Trustees of the patrolmen's pension fund, in such investments as may be made by a trustee of a trust fund under the laws of the State of Illinois and as may be approved by the Board of Trustees. No personal liability of the trustees or any of them shall attach by reason of any such investments made in good faith.
    No bank or savings and loan association shall receive investment funds as permitted by this Section, unless it has complied with the requirements established pursuant to Section 6 of "An Act relating to certain investments of public funds by public agencies", approved July 23, 1943, as now or hereafter amended. The limitations set forth in such Section 6 shall be applicable only at the time of investment and shall not require the liquidation of any investment at any time.
(Source: P.A. 83-541.)

40 ILCS 5/22-223

    (40 ILCS 5/22-223) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-223)
    Sec. 22-223. To retain principal of investments. Except as provided in Section 22-232 the Board of Trustees shall have the right and power, in their sole discretion, to provide that the principal of invested funds shall be held intact and that each beneficiary of the benefit, pensions and payments provided in this Division shall receive only such equal percentage of such monthly benefits, pensions and payments as the income from the invested funds and the moneys received in accordance with Section 22-215 of this Division, shall be sufficient to provide. Nothing in this Section shall be held to require an increase in any benefit, pension or payment provided for in this Division.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-224

    (40 ILCS 5/22-224) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-224)
    Sec. 22-224. To keep records. To keep full and complete records of all its meetings and proceedings.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-225

    (40 ILCS 5/22-225) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-225)
    Sec. 22-225. To make rules. To make all necessary rules and regulations for the discharge of its duties.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-226

    (40 ILCS 5/22-226) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-226)
    Sec. 22-226. Deposit of moneys and property. All moneys, securities and other property belonging to the fund shall be deposited in such depository as the Board of Trustees shall order, and shall be at all times subject to the control of such board.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-227

    (40 ILCS 5/22-227) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-227)
    Sec. 22-227. Treasurer. The treasurer of the Board of Trustees shall keep books and accounts concerning the fund in the manner prescribed by the Board of Trustees. The books and accounts shall always be subject to the inspection of the Board of Trustees or any member thereof.
    The treasurer and assistant treasurer, if one be elected, shall each, within 10 days after his election or appointment, execute a bond to the Board of Underwriters, with good and sufficient security, in such penal sum as the Board of Trustees shall direct, to be approved by the Board of Trustees, conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of his office and that he will safely keep, hold and truly account for all moneys and property which may come into his hands as such treasurer or assistant treasurer, and that upon the expiration of his term he will surrender and turn over to his successor all unexpended moneys and all property which may have come into his hands as treasurer or assistant treasurer of such funds. Such bonds shall be filed in the office of the Board of Underwriters. In case of a breach of the same or of the conditions thereof suit may be brought on the same in the name of such Board of Underwriters for the use of such Board or of any person or persons injured by such breach.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-228

    (40 ILCS 5/22-228) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-228)
    Sec. 22-228. Moneys - How paid. All moneys ordered to be paid from the pension fund shall be paid by the treasurer or assistant treasurer of said Board of Trustees only upon warrants signed by the president or vice president of the said Board and countersigned by the secretary or assistant secretary thereof. No warrant shall be drawn except by order of the Board of Trustees and duly entered in the records of the proceedings of the Board of Trustees.
    In case the pension fund or any part thereof shall be deposited in any savings and loan association or bank or loaned, all interest on money which may be paid on account of any such loan or deposit shall belong to and constitute a part of such fund. The treasurer shall have no power to loan or deposit such fund or any part thereof unless authorized by the Board of Trustees.
(Source: P.A. 83-541.)

40 ILCS 5/22-229

    (40 ILCS 5/22-229) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-229)
    Sec. 22-229. Annual report of trustees. During the month of January in each year the Board of Trustees shall make a report to the Board of Underwriters of the condition of the pension fund as of the close of the preceding calendar year.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-230

    (40 ILCS 5/22-230) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-230)
    Sec. 22-230. Fund exempt from seizure. No portion of the pension fund shall, either before or after its order of distribution by such Board of Trustees to such disabled or retired members of the fire insurance patrol or to the surviving spouse or such minor child or children of the deceased, be held, seized, taken, subject to, or detained or levied on by virtue of any judgment, interlocutory or other order, or any process or proceeding whatever of or issued by any court of this State for the payment or satisfaction in whole or in part of any debt, damages, claim, demand or judgment against such member or surviving spouse or minor child or children but the fund shall be kept secure and distributed for the purpose of pensioning the persons named in this Division, and for no other purpose whatsoever.
(Source: P.A. 83-346.)

40 ILCS 5/22-231

    (40 ILCS 5/22-231) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-231)
    Sec. 22-231. Discontinuance of fire insurance patrol - Trustees of fund. If the Board of Underwriters of any such city, village or incorporated town, at any time after creating a pension fund as provided in the Fire Insurance Patrolmen's Pension Fund Act of the Illinois Municipal Code or this Division, shall discontinue the operation or sustaining of a paid fire insurance patrol, the persons constituting the Board of Trustees of such pension fund shall continue as such trustees until the second annual meeting of the Board of Underwriters following the effective date of discontinuing the operation of the paid fire insurance patrol. At the second annual meeting of the Board of Underwriters following the discontinuance of a paid fire insurance patrol, trustees shall be selected composed of the president, secretary and treasurer of the Board of Underwriters, and 4 trustees to be appointed by the President of the Board of Underwriters and confirmed by the directors of the Board of Underwriters, all of whom shall be officers of insurance companies who are or have been contributors to the Patrolmen's Pension Fund. All of such trustees shall have their principal place of business in the city, village or incorporated town in which the Board of Underwriters has its principal office. The president, secretary and treasurer of the Board of Underwriters, acting as trustees, shall continue as trustees during their respective terms of office as officers of the Board of Underwriters. The 4 trustees appointed by the President of the Board of Underwriters shall serve for terms of 2 years and until their successors are appointed and confirmed. Vacancies occurring by reason of death, disability or resignation of a trustee shall be filled in the same manner in which the 4 trustees, not officers of the Board of Underwriters, are selected.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-232

    (40 ILCS 5/22-232) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-232)
    Sec. 22-232. Discontinuance of fund. If the Board of Underwriters of any such city, village or incorporated town, at any time after creating a pension fund as provided in the Fire Insurance Patrolmen's Pension Fund Act of the Illinois Municipal Code or this Division shall discontinue the operation or sustaining of a paid fire insurance patrol and shall thereafter determine that there is, and if in fact there is, no person entitled to receive a benefit, pension or payment thereunder, and that there is no person eligible to receive, or who may become eligible in the future to receive such benefit, pension or payment thereunder, then the Board of Underwriters, with the consent of the Board of Trustees of the patrolmen's pension fund, may terminate the pension fund.
    Thereupon the treasurer of the pension fund, upon the order of the Board of Trustees, shall refund and pay to all members of the uniformed force of the firemen's insurance patrol in the service at the time of such discontinuance of the operation or sustaining of such fire insurance patrol, from the pension fund, such sums of money as they have actually contributed to the pension fund, if there shall then be sufficient money in the fund to pay the same.
    If there be not sufficient money then in the fund to make refund of such payments in full, then such reimbursement shall be made to each of such members in such equal proportion as the funds available shall be sufficient to make. After such refund of all such payments has been made as aforesaid, all moneys, securities and property of every kind in or belonging to the pension fund shall be turned over to the Board of Underwriters, as and to become the sole property of the Board of Underwriters, for its own sole use and benefit.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/Art. 22 Div. 3

 
    (40 ILCS 5/Art. 22 Div. 3 heading)
DIVISION 3. POLICEMEN AND FIREMEN DEATH ALLOWANCE,
MEDICAL CARE AND HOSPITAL TREATMENT

40 ILCS 5/22-301

    (40 ILCS 5/22-301) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-301)
    Sec. 22-301. Payments to families or dependents of policemen and firemen killed or fatally injured. The corporate authorities of any city or village by general ordinance may provide for the payment of an allowance of money to the family or dependents of any policemen or firemen employed by such city or village in case he is killed or fatally injured while in the performance of his duties. Such allowance shall not exceed $15,000. It shall be payable only in case the injury arises from violence or other accidental cause and death is directly due to such cause and results within one year after such injury.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-302

    (40 ILCS 5/22-302) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-302)
    Sec. 22-302. Beneficiaries of allowance. Any payment of death allowance made hereunder shall be made as follows:
    (a) If there is a widow and minor child or children, then in equal parts to the widow and minor child or children;
    (b) If there is no widow but there is a minor child or children, then to the minor child or children in equal parts;
    (c) If there is no minor child or children but there is a widow, then the entire allowance to the widow;
    (d) If there is no widow or minor child, then to the next of kin actually dependent on the deceased at the time of his death.
    Provided, that in paying any allowance aforesaid any parent that is actually dependent on the deceased at the time of his death shall be entitled to share in such benefits on the same basis as the minor children of the deceased; and a female unmarried child of full age or a male child of full age that is physically or mentally disabled and wholly dependent on the deceased for support at the time of his death, shall be entitled to the use and benefit of such allowance in the same manner and to the same degree as a minor child.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-303

    (40 ILCS 5/22-303) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-303)
    Sec. 22-303. Conservation of allowance. The corporate authorities of any such city or village may make provision by ordinance for the conservation of the money paid under the foregoing sections of this Division and the income therefrom through the means of a duly accredited National or State bank acting as trustee of the fund created thereby and making payments therefrom at stated intervals to such family or dependents.
    In the event any such corporate authorities shall make provision by ordinance for the conservation of the money by the naming of a State or National bank to act as trustee, such ordinance may specify the general classes of securities, including tax warrants, in which such trustee may invest such fund. It shall be unlawful for the trustee to invest the same in any other class of securities except such as are so specified.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-304

    (40 ILCS 5/22-304) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-304)
    Sec. 22-304. Source of payment. The allowance of money to be paid in accordance with the foregoing provisions of this Division may be paid:
    (a) from a fund created and maintained out of the corporate revenues of such city or village in such manner as the corporate authorities may direct, or
    (b) by means of group insurance taken out by such city or village for the benefit of the families or dependents of policemen and firemen in a regularly accredited legal reserve life insurance company with premiums to be paid out of the corporate revenues of the city or village.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-305

    (40 ILCS 5/22-305) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-305)
    Sec. 22-305. Certificate of clerk or other officer. Upon the death of a policeman or fireman who is killed or fatally injured while in the performance of his duty, the city or village clerk, as the case may be, or any officer of such city or village authorized by the corporate authorities of such city or village to act in lieu of such clerk, shall make out a certificate in such form as may be prescribed by ordinance. Such certificate shall set forth the facts which caused the death, and shall have attached the certificate of the attending physician or the chief health officer of the city or village, stating that such death was the result of violence or accident. The certificates shall be filed with the treasurer of the city or village if the allowance is to be paid out of the corporate fund set apart for that purpose. If insurance has been taken out the certificates shall be forwarded to the life insurance company liable therefor. Upon the presentation of said certificates, payment shall be made out of such fund or by such life insurance company, as the case may be, to the executor or administrator of the estate of such policeman or fireman, or to the bank acting as the trustee for such purpose if such trustee has been provided for by ordinance.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-306

    (40 ILCS 5/22-306) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-306)
    Sec. 22-306. The corporate authorities of any city or the village may provide by ordinance that in case of an accident resulting in an injury to or death of a policeman or fireman in the employ of such city or village while in the performance of his duties, the officer at the head of the department or such other officer as may be designated may secure and provide proper medical care and hospital treatment for any such policeman or fireman. The city or village may incur the expense aforesaid and appropriate and pay for the same.
    If any such accident shall be due to the negligence of some person or corporation that would be liable in damages therefor, the city or village may recover any expense of medical care and hospital treatment expended by it from the person or corporation liable.
    The corporate authorities of any city or village may provide by ordinance for the payment by said city or village of all or any part of the cost of a hospital plan or medical-surgical plan, or both, for the dependents of any policeman or fireman killed in the line of duty or who dies as the result of duty connected injuries, and for any policeman or fireman and his dependents, provided his retirement is caused by a duty injury or occupational disease disability and for any policeman and fireman and his dependents, provided he has reached compulsory retirement age or has served in the employ of the city or village for at least 20 years. "Dependent" as used in this paragraph shall mean the wife of the policeman or fireman and his minor children less than 20 years of age and living at home and dependent on the policeman or fireman for support.
    This amendatory Act of 1971 does not apply to any city or village which is a home rule unit.
(Source: P.A. 77-754.)

40 ILCS 5/22-306.1

    (40 ILCS 5/22-306.1) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-306.1)
    Sec. 22-306.1. (a) If a physician, medical facility or other provider of medical treatment receives notice from a municipality that, pursuant to an ordinance enacted under Section 22-306 or under its home rule powers, the municipality is willing to assume liability for all or part of the medical expenses of a policeman or firefighter injured in the line of duty, and if the provider consents to such assumption of liability by the municipality for all or part of the cost of the medical services being provided, then the policeman or firefighter shall thereupon cease to be liable to the provider for any charges for which liability has been assumed by the municipality, and the provider may not thereafter attempt to collect such charges from the policeman or firefighter, nor from the family or estate thereof.
    (b) With respect to any liability assumed by a municipality under subsection (a) of this Section, interest on the unpaid amount thereof shall begin to accrue 90 days after receipt of proof of claim by the municipality (or its agent or insurer if it so directs), at the rate established for judgments in the Code of Civil Procedure.
    (c) Pursuant to paragraphs (h) and (i) of Section 6 of Article VII of the Illinois Constitution, this Section specifically denies and limits the exercise by a home rule unit of any power which is inconsistent herewith, and all existing laws and ordinances which are inconsistent with this Section are hereby superseded. This Section does not preempt the concurrent exercise by home rule units of powers consistent herewith.
(Source: P.A. 84-845.)

40 ILCS 5/22-307

    (40 ILCS 5/22-307) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-307)
    Sec. 22-307. Common law rights barred. Whenever any city or village enacts an ordinance pursuant to this Division, no common law right to recover damages against such city or village for injury or death sustained by any policeman or fireman while engaged in the line of his duty as such policeman or fireman, other than the payment of the allowances of money and of the medical care and hospital treatment provided in such ordinance, shall be available to any policeman or fireman who is covered by the provisions of such ordinance, or to anyone wholly or partially dependent upon such policeman or fireman, or to the legal representative of the estate of such policeman or fireman, or to anyone who would otherwise be entitled to recover damages for such injury or death. Nothing in this Division 3 relieves any municipality with a population under 500,000 of its duties under the Workers' Compensation Act or the Workers' Occupational Diseases Act. Nothing in this Division 3 prevents any policeman or fireman in a municipality with a population under 500,000 from recovery under the Workers' Compensation Act or the Workers' Occupational Diseases Act.
    If any action against such city or village to enforce a common law right to recover damages for negligently causing the injury or death of any policeman or fireman is pending, for trial or on appeal, at the time this Division shall come in force or is so pending at the time such ordinance is enacted, the amount of any award or allowance of money made pursuant to such ordinance shall not be paid while such action is so pending and shall be reduced, before payment, by the amount of any judgment obtained against such city or village in such pending action; or such allowance of money, if already paid, together with all moneys expended pursuant to such ordinance for medical care and hospital expenses, may be set off against such judgment, either in such pending action or through other appropriate action by such city or village.
(Source: P.A. 90-525, eff. 11-12-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-308

    (40 ILCS 5/22-308) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-308)
    Sec. 22-308. Action by city or village against third party. Where the death of a policeman or fireman for which an award or allowance of money is payable by any city or village under any ordinance enacted pursuant to the provisions of this Division, was not proximately caused by the negligence of such city or village, and was caused under circumstances creating a legal liability for damages on the part of some person other than such city or village, then legal proceedings may be taken against such other person to recover damages notwithstanding such award or allowance by such city or village. If the action against such other person is brought by the personal representative of such deceased policeman or fireman, and judgment is obtained and paid, or settlement is made with such other person, either with or without suit, then the amount received by such representative shall be deducted from such award or allowance. Such city or village may have or claim a lien upon any judgment or fund out of which such representative might be compensated from such third party, for any moneys paid out of such award or allowance previous to such judgment or settlement.
    Where action is brought by the representative of a deceased policeman or fireman, the personal representative shall forthwith notify such city or village by personal service or registered mail, of such fact and of the name of the court in which such suit is brought, filing proof of such notice in such action. Such city or village may, at any time thereafter, join in said action upon its own motion, and proper orders of court after hearing and judgment shall be made for the protection of such city or village. No release or settlement of claim for damages by reason of such death, and no satisfaction of judgment in such proceedings, shall be valid without the written consent of such city or village or of any board of trustees authorized by ordinance to administer the fund herein created, excepting that such consent shall not be required where such city or village has been fully indemnified or protected by Court order.
    Where the personal representative of such deceased policeman or fireman fails to institute a proceedings against such third person at any time prior to 3 months before said action would be barred at law, such city or village may in its own name, or in the name of the personal representative, commence a proceeding against such other person for the recovery of damages on account of such death. From any amount so recovered such city or village shall pay to the personal representative of such deceased policeman or fireman all sums collected from such other person by judgment or otherwise in excess of the amount of any award or allowance of money paid or to be paid under this Division, and such costs, attorney's fees and reasonable expenses as may be incurred by such city or village in making such collection or in enforcing such liability. No payment shall be made by such city or village on account of any award or allowance of money made under the provisions of any ordinance enacted pursuant to this Division, during the pendency, for trial or on appeal, of such suit for damages unless such city or village is fully protected in such suit by Court order.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/Art. 22 Div. 4

 
    (40 ILCS 5/Art. 22 Div. 4 heading)
DIVISION 4. NATURE OF PENSION FUNDS -
CONTRIBUTIONS AND PAYMENTS

40 ILCS 5/22-401

    (40 ILCS 5/22-401) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-401)
    Sec. 22-401. Pension fund - body politic and corporate. Any annuity and benefit fund, annuity and retirement fund or retirement system, heretofore or hereafter created by the legislature of the State of Illinois for the benefit of employees of the State or of any county, city, town, municipal corporation or body politic and corporate, located in the State of Illinois and functioning pursuant to legislative enactment, to which the State or any such county, city, town, municipal corporation or body politic and corporate is required to contribute by way of tax levies, appropriations from the corporate fund, or otherwise, and by whatever name such annuity and benefit fund, annuity and retirement fund or retirement system may be called, is hereby declared to be a pension fund and to be a body politic and corporate under the title specified in the law creating such fund, limited to the performance of the duties set out in the law creating such fund. The trustees of each fund are hereby declared to be the officials of such body politic and corporate, vested with the powers and duties set out in said law.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-402

    (40 ILCS 5/22-402) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-402)
    Sec. 22-402. Purpose of fund. Each such pension fund is hereby declared to be created in the public interest and for the general welfare of the State, and pursuant to the governmental powers of the State, separate and apart from the corporate purposes of the State, and of any county, city, town, municipal corporation or body politic and corporate in the State, and in which such pension fund is empowered to operate by virtue of the terms and provisions of the law creating such pension fund.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-403

    (40 ILCS 5/22-403) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-403)
    Sec. 22-403. Tax levy - nature of obligation. Any tax heretofore or hereafter levied for the benefit or purposes of any such pension fund by the tax-levying body authorized by the law creating such fund to levy such tax, and any payment or contribution to such fund made by the State, or by any county, city, town, municipal corporation or body politic and corporate located in the State, is hereby declared to be so levied or so contributed for governmental purposes under such law, and not for the corporate purposes of such tax-levying body, or of the State, or of any county, city, town, municipal corporation or body politic and corporate of the State, irrespective of the nature or character of the duties performed or services rendered by any employee member of any such pension fund. This section shall not apply to any tax levies heretofore adjudicated by the Supreme Court of this State. Any pension payable under any law hereinbefore referred to shall not be construed to be a legal obligation or debt of the State, or of any county, city, town, municipal corporation or body politic and corporate located in the State, other than the pension fund concerned, but shall be held to be solely an obligation of such pension fund, unless otherwise specifically provided in the law creating such fund.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-404

    (40 ILCS 5/22-404) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-404)
    Sec. 22-404. Obligation for expenditures. Expenditures made and expenses incurred in connection with the administration of any pension fund shall not be construed to be a debt imposed upon the State or upon any county, city, town, municipal corporation or body politic and corporate of the State, to be paid out of taxes levied for corporate purposes. Such expenditures and expenses shall be held to be the obligation of such pension fund exclusively, as a body politic and corporate, unless otherwise specifically provided in the law creating such pension fund.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/22-405

    (40 ILCS 5/22-405) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-405)
    Sec. 22-405. Employees of two or more municipal corporations. Employees of two or more municipal corporations having the same territorial limits and the same taxpayers, or of two or more bodies politic and corporate having the same territorial limits, may be included in and become members of any pension fund operating in any one of such municipal corporations, or of such bodies politic and corporate, and shall be entitled to all the benefits of such pension fund, whenever the terms and provisions of the law creating such pension fund shall so provide.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161.)

40 ILCS 5/Art. 22 Div. 5

 
    (40 ILCS 5/Art. 22 Div. 5 heading)
DIVISION 5. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PENSION
FUND DIVISION IN DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE
(Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97)

40 ILCS 5/22-501

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501)
    Sec. 22-501. (Repealed).
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 161. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.1

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.1) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.1)
    Sec. 22-501.1. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 80-906. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.2

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.2) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.2)
    Sec. 22-501.2. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.3

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.3) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.3)
    Sec. 22-501.3. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.4

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.4) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.4)
    Sec. 22-501.4. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.5

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.5) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.5)
    Sec. 22-501.5. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.6

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.6) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.6)
    Sec. 22-501.6. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.7

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.7) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.7)
    Sec. 22-501.7. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.8

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.8) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.8)
    Sec. 22-501.8. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.9

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.9) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.9)
    Sec. 22-501.9. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.10

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.10) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.10)
    Sec. 22-501.10. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.11

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.11) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.11)
    Sec. 22-501.11. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.12

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.12) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.12)
    Sec. 22-501.12. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.13

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.13) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.13)
    Sec. 22-501.13. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-501.14

    (40 ILCS 5/22-501.14) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-501.14)
    Sec. 22-501.14. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 83-861. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)

40 ILCS 5/22-502

    (40 ILCS 5/22-502) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 22-502)
    Sec. 22-502. (Repealed).
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 1035. Repealed by P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)