(820 ILCS 35/5a) (from Ch. 10, par. 24)
    Sec. 5a. In the event of a failure to abide by the decisions of the Department of Labor in any case in which both employer and employes shall have joined in the application, any person or persons aggrieved thereby may file with the clerk of the circuit court of the county in which the offending party resides, or in the case of an employer in the county in which the place of employment is located, a duly authenticated copy of such decision, accompanied by a verified petition reciting the fact that such decision has not been complied with and stating by whom and in what respects it has been disregarded. Thereupon the circuit court shall grant a rule against the party or parties so charged to show cause within 10 days why such decision has not been complied with, which shall be served by the sheriff as other process. Upon return made to the rule, the court shall hear and determine the questions presented, and to secure a compliance with such decision, may punish the offending party or parties for contempt, but such punishment shall in no case extend to imprisonment.
(Source: P.A. 83-334.)