||COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. 153 rant may, at any time thereafter, within three years from the time of imposing the fines, issue a new warrant against any delinquent, or renew the former warrant from time to time as it may become necessary. (316.) Sec. 50. Division, brigade, regimental, battal- Jt^ ion, and district commanders, ordering courts martial, are hereby held responsible that all fines, collected by virtue of the decision of such courts martial, shall be paid into the public treasury of the Territory; and are moreover held responsible for the amount of fines failing to be collected through their negligence. (317.) Sec. 51. The battalion of life guards in Salt Lake Life guards. county shall be an independent battalion, not attached to any brigade or division, and shall be subject at all times to the call of the governor and lieutenant general. Said corps may adopt such rules for the regulation of equipage, size of horses, uniform, or any rules for the benefit of said corps, that will not contravene any legislative enactment, and subject to the approval of the lieutenant general. (318.) Sec. 52. Said battalion may assemble for muster when may and drill eight days in each year, six days of which shall be as specified by the commandant of the battalion. Fines for delinquencies at such musters shall be the same as assessed for delinquencies in other company musters. (319.) Sec. 53. Commandants of companies of grena- S^ay^if11" diers, riflemen, or any other uniform or volunteer company, out musters. may, with their consent, call out their respective companies, not to exceed five days in the year, in addition to the musters and drills provided by law for the whole militia of the Territory; subject to the same fines as for other company musters provided by law; and may also adopt such rules as will be wholesome and beneficial to their respective companies, and will not contravene any legislative enactment. (320.) Sec. 54. Precedence of companies in regiments Precedence of or separate battalions, and of regiments or separate battalions in brigades or districts shall be governed by superiority of discipline, and by regularity of attendance on parades, independent of letter of company, number of regiment, or date of commanding officer's commission; and shall be decided : of companies by regimental or battalion commanders, and of regiments or separate battalions, by brigade or district commanders, subject to reference to the lieutenant general.