(20 ILCS 1815/74) (from Ch. 129, par. 302)
    Sec. 74. Whenever the sentence of a general court martial is or includes imprisonment in a county jail, and the sentence has been approved by the Governor, The Adjutant General shall issue a warrant of commitment, directed to the sheriff of the county wherein the defendant resides, who shall take the defendant to the county jail mentioned in the warrant and make return thereof to The Adjutant General.
    All such warrants of commitment shall be accompanied by a copy of the finding of the court, as approved by the officer ordering the warrant, certified as a true copy by The Adjutant General, and shall be sufficient authority to the sheriff of the county to imprison the convicted person.
    If the sentence is or includes imprisonment in a military guard house, it shall be executed by order of the officer approving the sentence.
(Source: Laws 1951, p. 1999.)