||LAWS OF UTAH. 19S Sec. 25.-Courts Martial are hereby empowered to make provisions for enforcing their decisions in the collection of fines. Commanding officers, ordering Courts Martial, shall have power to mitigate or repeal their decisions. Such mitigation or repeal must be through a published order assigning the reason. . Sec. 26.-Elections for all commissioned officers shall be as ordered by the Lieutenant General. Sec. 27.-All military orders shall be numbered, to commence and terminate with the vear or with the compaign. Those issued by the Lieutenant General shall be in two series, general and special. General orders are such as pertain to the Legion generally; special orders pertain to particular corps, districts, departments or individuals, and may be addressed to such by the Lieutenant direct. Orders issued from the Head Quarters of Divisions, Brigades, Regiments, separate Battalions or Districts shall be simply styled "Orders," copies of which shall be filed in the Adjutant General's office. Sec. 28.-The publication of orders from the Lieutenant General, in any public newspaper of the Territory, shall be a lawful notice. Sec. 29.-An Ordnance department is hereby created, under the charge of the Chief of Ordnance. It shall consist of one Lieutenant Colonel, one Major, three Captains and five First Lieutenants. Sec. 30.-The corps of Topographical Engineers, under the charge of the Chief of the corps, shall consist of two Lientenant Colouels, three Majors, five Captains, five First Lieutenants and five Second Lieutenauts. Sec. 31.-The Lieutenant General shall appoint the officers who shall constitute the Ordnauce and Topographical corps, and may increase or lessen the .number of either at discretion. Sec. 32.-The Adjutant General shall keep his offices in Great Salt Lake City, until otherwise directed by the Lieutenant General, and shall preserve therein reports of the doings of the various departments of the Legion, and may call on the proper officers for their reports, when necessary. He shall also furnish to the Governor a report of the strength and condition of the forces of the Territory, on or before the first day of Decemher in each year. Sec. 33.-The Lieutenant General is authorized to adopt, through general orders, any regulations not contravening any provision herein contained, that he may deem essential to the good of the service. Daniel H. Wells, Lieutenant General. ~) James Ferguson, Adjt. Gen'l. A. P. Rockwood, Com'y Gen'l. Geo. D. Grant, Brig'r Gen'l. Cav. H. B. Clawson, Aid-de-Oamp. L. W. Hardy, Division Com'y. W. H. Kimball, Lt. Col. Cavalry. William Hyde, Lt. Col. Infantry. R. T. Burton, Major Life Guards. Hosea Stout, Attorney General, TL T. 'July, 1857. - Nauvoo Legion. CHAPTER CXXXIX. An ACT to repeal an Act entitled " An Act creating an agent to receive and manage the Agriculture*,/. Fund of the Territory. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah: That ''an act creating an agent to receive and manage the Agricultural Fund of the Territory," approved Janmiry 20, 1865, is hereby repealed. Approved December 18, 1865.