||154 COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. Macs for ad- (321.) Sec. 55. All fines collected for additional corn- ters. party musters other than what is provided for the whole militia, may be appropriated for the benefit of the company, separate battalion or regiment in which the fine is collected, in providing said company, separate battalion or regiment, with colors, music, or such other decorations or equipments as may be f5r the general good of the company. Fines how ap- (322.) Sec. 56. All fines not otherwise provided for, shall be paid into the public treasury of the Territory, and shall be appropriated to procure blanks of returns, rolls, &C, required in the several military departments, for the establishment of a military school, or for such other purposes that may tend to promote the general welfare of the military cause as the lieutenant general may direct. District mus- (323.) Sec. 57. In addition to the musters and drills of tGrs' companies, two days in the year, there shall be a muster,. drill, and inspection of arms, of district commands one day, between the first day of May and the last day in September, in each year; the time, and service to be performed, to be prescribed by the lieutenant general or district commander. (324.) Sec. 58. All officers of militia shall be commissioned by the governor. (325.) Sec. 59. Non-commissioned company officers shall appolnte<LCers be appointed by the commanders of companies, and may be removed by them without consent of a court martial. (326.) Sec. 60. All commissioned officei excepted) shall be elected by a majority of of the commands to which they are attached. officers (326.) Sec. 60. All commissioned officers (staff officers excepted) shall be elected by a majority of the votes given commissions, (327.) Sec. 61. Commissions of officers shall be forwarded to the persons for whom they are intended, as soon as issued, by the adjutant general; and it shall be the duty of all persons receiving the same, to acknowledge such receipt by letter as soon as received, and state his acceptance or non-acceptance of the same. If the appointment and commission are not accepted, the commission shall immediately be returned. power of (328.) Sec. 62. Commanders of divisions, brigades, martial. regiments, separate battalions, or districts, may call courts martial for the trial of all officers, non-commissioned officers, musicians, and privates, in their respective commands, and shall have power to enforce, mitigate, or repeal the decis- ions of gucn courts martial: Provided, that no capital punishment shall be inflicted, nor a commissioned officer dismissed or cashiered, by the sentence of said courts martial.