ILLINOIS COMPLIED STATUTES
                                                   CHAPTER 40 ACT 5 ARTICLE 5
                          Article 5. Policemen’s Annuity and Benefit Fund – Cities over 500,000
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               5-101.          Creation of fund.
               5-102.          Terms defined.
               5-103.          Policemen’s annuity and benefit fund act of the Illinois Municipal Code.
               5-104.          Park Policemen’s Annuity Act.
               5-105.          Park policemen’s annuity fund.
               5-106.          Exchange of Functions Act of 1957.
               5-107.          Effective date.
               5-108.          Retirement board or the board.
               5-109.          Policeman.
               5-109.1        Gender.
               5-110.          Present employee.
               5-111.          Future entrant.
               5-112.          Active policeman.
               5-113.          Act of duty.
               5-114.          Salary.
               5-115.          Disability.
               5-116.          Withdrawal, withdrawal from service, or withdrawn from service.
               5-117.          Assets.
               5-118.          Age.
               5-119.          Injury.
               5-120.          Interest.
               5-121.          Annuity.
               5-122.          Prior service annuity.
               5-123.          Age and service annuity.
               5-124.          Present employees.
               5-125.          Present employees – Age 57 in Service.
               5-126.          Present employees – Age 50 but less than 57 in service.
               5-127.          Minimum amount of annuity of present employee.
               5-128.          Future entrants – amount of annuity.
               5-129.          Future entrants – Age 50 in service – amount of annuity.
               5-129.1        Withdrawal at mandatory retirement age-amount of annuity.
               5-130.          Future entrants – withdrawal before age 50 – amount of annuity.
               5-131.          Future entrants – Re-entry and new fixation.
               5-132.          Minimum annuity.
               5-132.2        Reversionary annuity.
               5-133.          Widow’s prior service annuity.
               5-134.          Widow’s annuity.
               5-135.          Amount of present employee’s widow’s annuity on effective date.
               5-136.          Widow’s annuity – all employees attaining age 57 in service.
               5-136.1        Notwithstanding the other provisions of this Article, the widow of a policeman;
               5-137.          Widow’s annuity – All employees – Death in service.
               5-138.          Widow’s annuity – All employees – Withdrawal after age 50.
               5-139.          Widow’s annuity – All employees – Withdrawal before age 50 and death after age 50.
               5-140.          Widow’s annuity – All employees – Withdrawal and death before age 50.
               5-141.          Widow’s annuity – Re-entry and new fixation.
               5-142.          Widow’s annuity – Determination of age of widow.
               5-143.          Widow’s annuity – Limitations after fixation.
               5-144.          Death from injury in the performance of acts of duty; compensation annuity and supplemental annuity.
               5-145.          Minimum annuity to widow of present employee or of former policeman who re-entered service.
               5-146.          Wives and widows not entitled to annuities.
               5-147.          Widow’s marriage to terminate annuity.
               5-147.1        Widows-double annuity.
               5-148.          Maximum annuities.
               5-149.          Mortality tables and interest rates.
               5-150.          Whenever the sum to a policeman’s credit for annuity for him or his widow is insufficient.
               5-151.          Child’s annuity.
               5-152.          Child’s annuity – Conditions – Amount.
               5-152.1        Parent’s annuity.
               5-153.          Death benefit.
               5-154.          Duty disability benefit; child’s disability benefit.
               5-154.1        Occupational disease disability benefit.
               5-155.          Ordinary disability benefit.
               5-156.          Proof of disability.
               5-157.          Administration of disability benefits.
               5-158.          Annuity after withdrawal while disabled.
               5-159.          Re-entry of pensioner or annuitant into service.
               5-160.          Re-entry of policeman not in service on effective date.
               5-161.          Re-entry into service after receiving refund.
               5-162.          Annuity of former policeman.
               5-163.          Refund – General.
               5-164.          Refund; re-entry into service; repayment of refund.
               5-165.          Refund – widow’s annuity contributions.
               5-166.          Refund – Transfer of city contributions.
               5-167.          Refund – Widows and children.
               5-167.1.       Automatic increase in annuity; retirement from service after 9/1/67.
               5-167.2.       Retirement before 9/1/67.
               5-167.3.       Pension to survivors of female policemen.
               5-167.4.       Widow annuitant minimum annuity.
               5-167.5.       Group health benefit.
               5-168.          Financing.
               5-168.1.       The employer may pick up the employee contributions required by sections  5-167.1, 169, 170, 171 and 175.1 for salary earned after 12/31/81.
               5-169.          Contributions for age and service annuities for present employees and future entrants.
               5-170.          Contributions for widow’s annuities for present employees and future entrants.
               5-171.          Contributions for death benefit.
               5-172.          Contributions by city for duty and occupational disease disability benefits and supplemental annuity.
               5-173.          Contributions by city for ordinary disability benefits.
               5-174.          Contributions in case of certain employments in police department.
               5-175.          Contributions by city for prior service annuities and pensions under former acts.
               5-175.1.       Contributions by female policemen.
               5-176.          Cost of administration.
               5-177.          Other city contributions – Estimates.
               5-178.          Board created.
               5-179.          Board elections.
               5-180.          Board vacancy, removal and recall.
               5-181.          Board officers.
               5-182.          Board meetings.
               5-183.          Board powers and duties.
               5-184.          To supervise deductions and contributions.
               5-185.          To notify comptroller of deductions.
               5-186.          To accept gifts.
               5-187.          To invest money.
               5-187.1.       To lend securities.
               5-188.          To have an audit.
               5-189.          To authorize payments.
               5-190.          To require statements and determine service credits.
               5-191.          To issue certificate of service.
               5-192.          To submit annual report to city council.
               5-193.          To subpoena witnesses.
               5-194.          To appoint employees.
               5-194.1        To have a budget.
               5-195.          To make rules.
               5-196.          Moneys which may be held on deposit.
               5-197.          Accounting.
               5-198.          Expense reserve.
               5-199.          City contribution reserve.
               5-200.          Salary deduction reserve.
               5-201.          Annuity payment reserve.
               5-202.          Prior service annuity reserve.
               5-203.          Child’s annuity reserve.
               5-204.          Duty disability reserve.
               5-205.          Ordinary disability reserve.
               5-206.          Gift reserve.
               5-207.          Investment and interest reserve.
               5-208.          Death benefit reserve.
               5-208.1.       Automatic increase reserve.
               5-209.          Deficiencies in reserves.
               5-210.          Treasurer of fund.
               5-211.          Attorney.
               5-212.          Computation of service.
               5-213.          Credit for service in fire department.
               5-214.          Credit for other service.
               5-215.          Credit for certain contributions of park policemen.
               5-216.          When annuity or benefit not payable.
               5-217.          Policemen in territory annexed.
               5-218.          Annuities, etc. – Exempt.
               5-219.          Park Policemen’s Annuity Fund Act superseded.
               5-220.          No compensation.
               5-221.          No commissions on investments.
               5-222.          Facilities for board meetings.
               5-223.          Age stated in employment application to be conclusive.
               5-224.          Duties of city officers.
               5-225.          Duty to comply with Article.
               5-226.          Examination and report by Director of Insurance.
               5-227.          Felony conviction.
               5-228.          Administrative review.
               5-229.          General provisions and savings clause.
               5-229.1        Effective date of amendments.
               5-230.          General Assembly.
               5-231.          Persons otherwise required or eligible to participate in the Fund who elect to continue participation in the General Assembly.
               5-232.          Any active member of the Judges Retirement System of Illinois may apply for a transfer of his credits and creditable service.
               5-233.          Transfer of creditable service to Article 8, 9 or 13 fund.
               5-234.          Transfer of credits.
               5-235.          Until July 1, 1990, any active or inactive member of the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund who has been a county sheriff
                                     may apply for transfer of his creditable service accumulated under this Article to the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund.
               5-236.          Transfer to Article 14.
               5-237.          Transfer of creditable service to Article 9 fund.