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330 ILCS 45/4

    (330 ILCS 45/4) (from Ch. 23, par. 3084)
    (Text of Section before amendment by P.A. 102-732)
    Sec. 4. Upon the taking effect of this Act, the commander of any post or camp of a military veterans organization, which shall undertake the assistance of military veterans and their families, as hereinbefore provided, before the acts of the commander, quartermaster or commandant shall be operative in any city or town, shall file with the city clerk of such city or town clerk of such town, or overseer of military veterans assistance of such town or county, a notice that said post, camp, chapter or detachment intends to undertake such assistance as is provided by this Act, and such notice shall contain the names of the assistance committee of the post, camp, chapter or detachment in such city or town, and the commander and other officers of said post, camp, chapter or detachment. And the commander of the post, camp, chapter or detachment shall annually thereafter, during the month of October, file a similar notice with the city or town clerk, or the overseer of military veterans assistance, also a detailed statement of the amount of assistance furnished during the preceding year, with the names of all persons to whom such assistance shall have been furnished, together with a brief statement in such case from the assistance committee upon whose recommendation the orders were drawn. Any person who fails or neglects so to do at the time required by this Act shall be guilty of a petty offense and fined $250 to be recovered in the name of the county in the circuit court.
(Source: P.A. 87-796.)
 
    (Text of Section after amendment by P.A. 102-732)
    Sec. 4. Upon the taking effect of this Act, the commander of any veteran service organization or any properly created Veterans Assistance Commission, which shall undertake the assistance of military veterans and their families, as hereinbefore provided, before the acts of the commander, quartermaster, or commandant shall be operative in any city or town, shall file with the city clerk of such city or town clerk of such town, or administrator of military veterans assistance of such town or county, a notice that said veteran service organization or Veterans Assistance Commission intends to undertake such assistance as is provided by this Act, and such notice shall contain the names of the assistance committee of the veteran service organization or Veterans Assistance Commission in such city or town, and the commander and other officers of said veteran service organization or Veterans Assistance Commission. And the commander of the veteran service organization or Veterans Assistance Commission shall annually thereafter, during the month of October, file a similar notice with the city or town clerk, or the administrator of military veterans assistance, also a detailed statement of the amount of assistance furnished during the preceding year, with the names of all persons to whom such assistance shall have been furnished, together with a brief statement in such case from the assistance committee upon whose recommendation the orders were drawn. Any person who fails or neglects so to do at the time required by this Act shall be guilty of a petty offense and fined $250 to be recovered in the name of the county in the circuit court.
(Source: P.A. 102-732, eff. 1-1-23.)