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(40 ILCS 5/9-112)
(from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 9-112)
"Salary": Annual salary of an employee under this Article as follows:
(a) Beginning on the effective date and prior to July 1, 1947 $3000
shall be the maximum amount of annual salary of any employee to be
considered for the purposes of this Article; and beginning on July 1,
1947 and prior to July 1, 1953, said maximum amount shall be $4800; and
beginning on July 1, 1953 and prior to July 1, 1957 said maximum amount
shall be $6,000; and beginning on July 1, 1957, salary shall be based upon the actual sum paid and reported to the Fund, exclusive of
overtime and extra service.
(c) Where the county provides lodging, board and laundry service for
an employee without charge and so reports to the Fund while the employee is receiving such lodging, board and laundry service, his salary shall be considered to be $480 a
year more for the period from the effective date to August 1, 1959 and
thereafter $960 more than the amount payable as salary for the year, and
the salary of an employee for whom one or more daily meals are provided
by the county without charge therefor and are reported by the county to the Fund while the employee is receiving such meals shall be considered to be $120 a
year more for each such daily meal for the period from the effective
date to August 1, 1959 and thereafter $240 more for each such daily meal
than the amount payable as his salary for the year.
(d) For the purposes of ordinary disability, salary shall be based upon the rate reported to the Fund at the date of disability and adjusted to reflect the actual hours paid during the prior year.
(Source: P.A. 98-551, eff. 8-27-13.)