||157 fence, it shall be the duty of the accuser to prefer his charge in writing, on affirmation, and present it to the commanding officer of the district, separate battalion, regiment, brigade or division to which the accused belongs; or if such commanding officer is himself the accuser, the charge shall be made out by him in the same manner; and such original charge shall be forwarded by said commanding officer, with his suggestions, or remarks and signature, to the Adjutant General's office. It shall be the duty of the Lieutenant General, within thirty days after the receipt of such charge at the Adjutant General's office to order a general Court Martial, to consist of not more than twenty-three, nor less than nine members, to be detailed as equally from the several districts of the Legion, as the good of the service will allow, for the investigation of the case and the trial of the accused: Provided, Thatproviso. nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to prevent courts of inquiry being called in the respective districts, separate battalions, regiments, brigades, or divisions, for the investigation of any charge preferred against any officer, non-commissioned officer, musician, or private, in such command. Sec. 66. It shall be the duty of every officer, noncommissioned officer, musician, or private, preferring a charge against another, to accompany such charge with a specification which will contain a full and explicit explanation of the offences of which the accused is charged. TITLE FOURTH. FURTHER PROVISIONS FOR THE ORGANIZATION AND REGULATION OlF THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT. Sec. 67. The Lieutenant General may raise and or- , m i i i • i i ti • j n < ,1 m. Band of music gamze a band, which shall consist ot not more than fifty members, and shall be officered by a Captain, and to every sixteen members, one Lieutenant and one Sergeant. Sec. 68. The Brigadier General of each brigade ofcavalry band. cavalry, may raise and organize a band with brass instruments, which shall consist of not more than twenty-five members, and shall be officered by a captain, a first lieutenant, and an orderly sergeant, subject to the order of the division or district commander.