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(330 ILCS 85/) Service Recognition Board Termination Act.

330 ILCS 85/0.01

    (330 ILCS 85/0.01) (from Ch. 126 1/2, par. 62m)
    Sec. 0.01. Short title. This Act may be cited as the Service Recognition Board Termination Act.
(Source: P.A. 86-1324.)

330 ILCS 85/1

    (330 ILCS 85/1) (from Ch. 126 1/2, par. 63)
    Sec. 1. The books, records and documents of the Service Recognition Board, which have been transferred to the Archives Division of the State Library for permanent filing, shall be confidential and shall be shown only upon the authorization of the Governor.
(Source: Laws 1967, p. 4071.)

330 ILCS 85/3

    (330 ILCS 85/3) (from Ch. 126 1/2, par. 65)
    Sec. 3. Any person who had a claim which would have been compensable by the Service Recognition Board except that during the period for filing claims such person was ineligible by reason of a dishonorable discharge from service, who prior to July 1, 1953, has or shall have such discharge reviewed and has obtained or shall obtain an honorable discharge, and any person who had an amended or supplemental claim pending before the Service Recognition Board on May 20, 1953 but had not by that date submitted sufficient evidence upon which the Service Recognition Board could pay the amended or supplemental claim shall be entitled to have such claim considered by the Court of Claims and to have an award on the same basis as if his claim had been fully considered by the Service Recognition Board.
(Source: Laws 1955, p. 226.)