(40 ILCS 5/11-202) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 11-202)
    Sec. 11-202. City contribution reserve. Amounts contributed by the city for age and service annuity, widow's annuity and supplemental annuity (except those contributed in lieu of deductions from the salary of an employee who receives duty disability benefit), and all amounts transferred to this reserve from the investment and interest reserve, shall be credited to this reserve.
    An individual account shall be kept in this reserve for each employee and each widow for which the city shall contribute for supplemental annuity to which city contributions shall be credited.
    When the annuity for an employee or his widow is fixed, and when supplemental annuity for a widow first becomes payable, the amount in this reserve for such annuity shall be transferred to the annuity payment reserve.
    If the credit in this reserve of any employee who withdraws from service before he attains age 65 is in excess of that required for his age and service annuity, or in excess of that required for widow's annuity (either or both), such amounts shall be retained in this reserve and improved by interest at the effective rate until the employee becomes age 65, or applies for annuity, or dies, whichever occurs first. Any such amounts shall then be used to reduce city contributions.
    With respect to employees whose wages are funded as participants under CETA, the board may elect to establish a separate manpower program reserve or account for funds made available by the federal government towards the employer's contribution. The manpower program reserve will be administered as is the City contribution reserve, except that where at variance it will be administered in accordance with the rules and regulations established by the Secretary of the United States Department of Labor or his designee.
    At the time that employees previously funded as participants under CETA lose their participant status and obtain unsubsidized employment with the employer, unsubsidized employment with another employer provided that benefits are portable, or obtain vesting status, as defined by the Secretary of Labor or his designee, a transfer of funds equivalent to the amount of contributions made for such employees will be made out of the manpower program reserve. For prior CETA participants who continue as employees in public service which is covered by a participating retirement system, the sums will be credited to the regular City contribution reserve.
(Source: P.A. 81-1536.)