||145 stores, belonging to this Territory, as the Lieutenant General may find it necessary to appoint, not exceeding one to each District. Sec. 8. In the Paymaster General's Department,therePa shall be a Paymaster General with the rank of Colonel; todeparSfenf o" each Division a Division Paymaster with the rank of Major; to each Brigade a Brigade Paymaster with the rank of Captain; and to each Regiment, separate Battalion,and District, a Paymaster with the rank of first Lieutenant. Sec. 9. In the hospital department, there shall be a Burgeon General with the rank of Colonel; to each Divisp ion a Surgeon of Division with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel; to each Brigade a Surgeon of Brigade with the rank of Major; to each Regiment a Surgeon with tlie rank of Captain; and to each separate Battalion and District, a Surgeon's Mate with the rank of second Lieutenant. Sec. 10. In the Color Department there shall be two Color Bearers General with the rank of Captain; and^em!*61*11 to each Regiment and separate Battalion two Sergeant Color Bearers. Sec. 11. In the Music Department there shall be aMusic dc an chief of Music with the rank of Colonel; and to each Regi-mem. ment, separate Battalion, and District, a principal Musician, with the rank of Sergeant Major. Sec. }2. There shall be to each Regiment a Sergeant Major and a Quartermaster Sergeant. Sec. 13. The chief of each Staff Department shall, under the direction of the Lieutenant General, have com-^JJ^f epart~ mand over all subordinate officers in his department, and shall, from time to time, issue orders and instructions for their government and practice. Sec. 14. It shall be the duty of the Adjutant General to furnish the subordinate officers of his department, andoS?0 J the chief of each of the other departments, all blank forms of returns, precepts, warrants, and proceedings necessary in each department, at the expense of the Territory. Sec. 15. Heads of departments shall be appointed by the Lieutenant General.