||COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. commandant of the company within the district limits of which they reside, or by the lieutenant or non-commissioned officer of any such company, having a warrant from such commanding officer, to warn persons to attend any parade, shall give to such commanding officer, lieutenant, or noncommissioned officer, a true account of all persons lodging or boarding with them, and of their names, if known, to the end that such persons as are liable to do military duty, may be warned to rendezvous according to law. (309.) Sec. 43. If any person, of whom such account Give false ac-is so demanded, shall refuse to give such account and names, coun " or wilfully give a false account, he shall forfeit and pay twenty-five dollars. (310.) Sec. 44. For the purpose of preserving order on Exempt from the day of parade, the militia shall be considered as under arms from the rising of the sun till its setting on the same day, and shall be exempt from arrest on civil process during that time. (311.) Sec. 45. Every commandant of a company Discharge of may put under guard and return to the president of the proper court martial the names of all persons in the company who shall have discharged firearms on such day within one mile of such parade, without the order or permission of a commissioned officer of their respective company, and also arrest or put under guard, and return ths names of every commissioned or non-commissioned officer, musician or private, who shall, on such day, refuse or neglect to obey the orders of his superior officer, or to perform such military duty or exercise as may be required, or depart from his colors, post or guard, or leave the ranks without permission from his superior officer; or who shall appear on parade wearing a false face, or other unusual or ludicrous articles of dress, or any arms, weapons, or other implements or things not required by law, and which are calculated to interrupt the peaceable and orderly discharge of duty. (312.) Sec. 46. Any commander, officer of division, Disturb the brigade, regiment, separate battalion, district, or company present at any parade, is hereby authorized to put under guard or commit to prison for the day, any person or persons who shall, upon or near any parade ground, field, public highway, or any other place occupied by the militia under arms, by means of ludicrous disguises, dress, arms, and instruments, or by any other means disturb the peaceable and orderly proceedings of those under arms.