(5 ILCS 590/15)
(from Ch. 1, par. 7165)
Cession of concurrent jurisdiction with respect to certain
land within the United States Army Charles Melvin Price Support Center.
(a) Consent of the State of Illinois is given to the United States of
America for the acquisition of concurrent jurisdiction over certain lands
containing 36.12 acres, more or less, within the boundaries of the United
States Charles Melvin Price Support Center, County of Madison, Granite City, Illinois.
(b) Consent is given and jurisdiction ceded over all lands affected by
this Section, upon the express condition that the State of Illinois shall
retain a concurrent jurisdiction with the United States in and over the
property so far as that the execution of all civil and criminal processes
that may issue under the laws or authority of the State of Illinois shall
be allowed thereon on application to the officer of the United States in
charge thereof in the same way and manner as if such consent had not been
given or jurisdiction ceded, except so far as such processes may affect
real or personal property of the United States.
(c) The concurrent jurisdiction hereby acquired by the United States,
acting by and through the Secretary of the United States Department of the
Army, under and pursuant to the powers and authorities contained in Title
10, United States Code, Section 2683, and all acts supplementary thereto
and amendatory thereof, and the concurrent jurisdiction hereby reserved and
retained by the State of Illinois, shall vest upon the filing of a notice
of acceptance by the State of Illinois, acting by and through the Governor
of the State of Illinois, under and pursuant to the powers and authorities
contained in the statutes of Illinois.
(d) The concurrent jurisdiction hereby acquired by the United States of
America, and reserved and retained by the State of Illinois, shall continue
no longer than the United States owns the subject land.
(Source: P.A. 87-514.)