(20 ILCS 1815/66)
(from Ch. 129, par. 294)
A general court martial has authority and jurisdiction to try
officers and enlisted men for any of the offenses enumerated in Sections 53
to 60, each inclusive.
Upon the conviction by a general court martial of any officer, warrant
officer, or enlisted man of any of the offenses enumerated herein, the
general court martial may recommend one or more of the following
punishments: Dishonorable discharge, reduction of noncommissioned officers
to the ranks, reprimand, fine not exceeding $100.00, imprisonment not
exceeding thirty days in a military guard house or in the county jail of
the county in which the immediate organization of the accused is
permanently located, or both such fine and imprisonment.
(Source: Laws 1951, p. 1999.)