Public Act 100-1174
HB3274 EnrolledLRB100 09349 SLF 19511 b

    AN ACT concerning State government.
    Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly:
    Section 5. Property. The State of Illinois owns the
following real property, commonly known as the Hardin County
Work Camp at the mailing address RR 1 Box 99, Cave-In-Rock, IL
62919, situated in the County of Hardin and described as
    Beginning at a concrete right of way marker in the West (W)
    right of way of Illinois State Route No. 1, which is
    located South Fifteen Degrees East Two Hundred Thirty-Six
    S. 15 degrees E. (236) feet of the intersection of the
    South (S) right of way line of a Forest Service Trail and
    the West (W) right of way line of Illinois State Route No.
    1. Thence West (W) Six Hundred (600) feet to steel stake;
    thence South (S) One Thousand One Hundred and Thirty
    (1,130) feet to a steel stake set in the North (N) line of
    an old road. (The North West (NW) Corner of Southeast
    Quarter (SE1/4) of Southwest Quarter (SW1/4) is located Two
    Hundred Ninety-Three (293) feet North (N) and Five Hundred
    Twenty-Seven (527) feet West (W) of this point.) Thence
    North Seventy-One Degrees Zero Minutes East Four Hundred
    Eighty-Two (N. 71 degrees - 00' E. 482) feet to a steel
    stake near a white oak in the North (N) line of an old
    road; thence East (E) Two Hundred Forty-Seven (247) feet to
    a steel stake in the West (W) right of way line of Illinois
    State Route No. 1; thence following the West (W) right of
    way line of Route 1 to the point of beginning,
    All of this Tract is located in the East Half (E1/2) of the
    South West Quarter (SW1/4) of Section Twenty-Five (25),
    Township Eleven (11) South, Range Nine (9) East of the
    Third Principal Meridian, and contains Fifteen and
    Three-Tenths (15.3) acres.
    EXCEPTING all ores, minerals and mineral substances of
    every kind and character beneath and underlying the above
    described premises at a depth of greater than One Hundred
    Twenty-Five (125') feet from the surface of the earth, as
    reserved in prior deeds.
    Section 10. Conveyance.
    (a) Upon the payment of the sum of $1 to the State of
Illinois, and subject to the conditions set forth in subsection
(b), the Director of Corrections, on behalf of the State of
Illinois and the Department of Corrections, shall convey by
quitclaim deed all right, title, and interest of the State of
Illinois and the Department of Corrections in and to the real
property described in Section 5 to the County of Hardin.
    (b) The quitclaim deed to the County of Hardin shall state
on its face and be subject to the conditions that the real
property shall be used by the County of Hardin for a public
purpose and that if the County of Hardin ceases to exist or if
the real property is used for any purposes other than a public
purpose, then title shall revert without further action to the
State of Illinois.
    Section 15. Recording. The Director of Corrections shall
prepare one or more quitclaim deeds to convey the real
property. The Director may also record a certified copy of this
Act. Each quitclaim deed shall reference this Act and contain
the reversionary language from subsection (b) of Section 10.
All documents of conveyance shall be recorded in the county in
which the land is located.
    Section 99. Effective date. This Act takes effect upon
becoming law.