(215 ILCS 165/20) (from Ch. 32, par. 614)
    Sec. 20. The funds of any health services plan corporation shall be handled in accordance with the following rules:
    (a) All loans made to original capital of the corporation may be repayable only out of earned surplus.
    (b) The funds of the corporation may be invested in accordance with the requirements provided by law for the investment of funds of life insurance companies and may also be invested in equipment of the corporation provided such investment in equipment shall not exceed more than 30% of the total admitted assets. The value of such equipment shall be depreciated at a rate as rapidly as is provided under the Internal Revenue Code.
    (c) Every health services plan corporation, after its first fiscal year of doing business, shall accumulate and maintain a special contingent reserve over and above its reserves and liabilities at the rate of 2% annually of its subscription income net of reinsurance so long as the special contingent reserve does not exceed 8% of its annual net income for the preceding 12 month period. Additional accumulations shall no longer be required at such time that the total special contingent reserve is equal to $1,500,000.
(Source: P.A. 90-794, eff. 8-14-98.)