(215 ILCS 5/140) (from Ch. 73, par. 752)
    Sec. 140. Vouchers for disbursements.
    No domestic company shall make any disbursement of one hundred dollars or more unless the same be evidenced by a voucher or receipt signed or check endorsed by or on behalf of the person receiving the money and describing the consideration for the payment, and if the expenditure be in connection with any matter pending before any legislative or public body or before any department or officer of any state or government the voucher shall describe the nature of the matter and the interest of the company therein, or if such voucher cannot be obtained, the expenditure shall be evidenced by affidavit describing its character and object and stating the reasons for not obtaining such voucher, receipt or check.
(Source: Laws 1937, p. 696.)