||144 COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. 337. Duty of company musicians. 338. Chief of music, duty of. 339. Commanders, furnish reports. 340. Duty of adjutant general. 341. Subject to military duty, except. 342. Erection of storage. 343. Officers to give bonds. 343*. Power of lieutenant general. Nauvoo Legion- Lieut, general. Vacancy of. Organization under lieut. general- Staff of lieut. general. Adjt. gen. department of. Commissary gen. department of- An Act to provide for the further organization of the militia of the Territory of Utah. [Approved February 5,1852.] (267.) Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah; That the militia of the Territory of Utah shall consist of one legion, to be called the Nauvoo Legion. (268.) Sec. 2. The Nauvoo Legion shall be commanded by a lieutenant general, who shall be elected by a majority of the votes given of the commissioned officers of said legion, and commissioned by the governor. In case of a vacancy occurring in the office of lieutenant general, the ranking major general shall take command until the vacancy is filled. All elections for filling the office of lieutenant general shall be ordered by the governor. (269.) Sec. 3. The organization of said legion into divisions, brigades, regiments, battalions, companies, and districts, shall be carried out under the direction of the lieutenant general. (270.) Sec. 4. The staff of the lieutenant general shall consist of heads of departments, as hereinafter provided for-three aids with the rank of colonel, two topographical engineers with the rank of colonel, a military secretary with the rank of lieutenant colonel, and two chaplains. (271.) Sec. 5. The adjutant general shall have the rank of brigadier general; and in his department there shall be to each division,a division inspector with the rank of colonel; to each brigade a brigade inspector, to serve also as a brigade major, with the rank of major ; and to each regiment, separate battalion, and district, an adjutant with the rank of captain. (272.) Sec. 6. The commissary general of subsistence shall have the rank of brigadier general; and in his department there shall be to each division, a division commissary with the rank of colonel; to each brigade, a brigade commissary with the rank of major; and to each regiment, separate battalion and district, a commissary of subsistence, with the rank of first lieutenant.