||156 COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. ferred against any officer, non-commissioned officer, musician, or private, in such command. (332.) Sec. 66. It shall be the duty of every officer, noncommissioned officer, musician, or private, preferring a charge against another, to accompany such charge with a specification which will contain a full and explicit explanation of the offenses of which the accused is charged. Band of music. (333.) Sec. 67. The lieutenant general may raise and organize a band, which shall consist of not more than fifty members, and shall be officered by a captain, and to every sixteen members, one lieutenant and one sergeant. cavalry band. (334.) Sec. 68. The brigadier general of each brigade of cavalry, may raise and organize a band with brass instruments, which shall consist of not more than twenty-five members, and shall be officered by a captain, a first lieutenant, and an orderly sergeant, subject to the order of the division or district commander. * infantryband. (335.) Sec. 69. The brigadier general of each brigade of infantry may raise and organize a band, with such instruments as will be suitable for the use and service of the corps, wlr'ch shall consist of not more than twenty-five members, and shall be officered by a captain, a first lieutenant, and an orderly sergeant, subject also to the orders of the division or district commander. (336.) Sec. 70. The bands herein provided for shall be subject to the same rules., laws, and restrictions, as other volunteer companies of the legion. Duty of com- (337.) Sec. 71. Company musicians shall be subject to cians.musl the same rules, laws, restrictions, &c, as non-commissioned company officers, at company muster or drills. When regiments or separate battalions are consolidated, it shall be the duty of the principal musicians of the respective regiments or battalions, to consolidate and take charge of the company musicians, which, when consolidated, shall form the regimental or battalion band of the regiment or battalion to which they belong. cwefofmusic, (338.) Sec. 72. It shall be the duty of the chief of music to furnish each chief of the band, and each principal musician in his department with a copy of all the calls, marches, and quicksteps, to be uniformly used throughout the legion; the expense of which shall be paid out of the Territorial treasury. And it shall further be his duty to see that the same calls are adopted correctly and uniformly throughout the legion.