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15 ILCS 520/16

    (15 ILCS 520/16) (from Ch. 130, par. 35)
    Sec. 16. Daily balance statements. Each bank or savings and loan association shall on or before the last Monday of each month receive from the State Treasurer a statement showing separately the daily balances or amounts of moneys held by it under the provisions of this Act during the calendar month then next preceding; and the amounts of accrued interest thereon, one copy of which statement shall be filed in the office of the State Treasurer, and the other in the office of the receiving bank or savings and loan association,. The statement shall contain a certificate that no other fees, perquisites or emoluments have been paid to or held for the benefit of any public officer or any other person, or on account of the deposit of the moneys, and that no contract or agreement of any kind whatever has been entered into for the payment to any public officer, or any other person, of any fee perquisite or emolument on account of the deposit of the moneys. The statement to be filed in the office of the receiving bank or savings and loan association shall be verified by the oath of the cashier or of an assistant cashier of the bank or savings and loan association.
(Source: P.A. 87-510.)