||COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. 157 (339.) Sec. 73. It shall be the duty of commanders of districts to furnish the adjutant general with certified copies of all orders issued by them, or by division, brigade, regimental, or separate battalion commanders in their districts, as well as with the proceedings and results of all courts martial, called and held in their districts, and with all papers and communications that may be of service in preserving a full and correct history of the legion. (340.) Sec. 74. The adjutant general shall perform the duties of inspector general; and it shall be his duty to inspect the troops of each district, at least once in each year, unless otherwise ordered by the lieutenant general. (341.) Sec. 75. All free male citizens of this Territory shall be subject to military duty, within thirty days after their arrival in any military district of the Territory ; except the governor, secretary of the Territory, judges of the supreme, district, and probate courts, selectmen, members and officers of both houses of the Legislature, within twenty days before and after each sitting of the Legislature ; the United States marshal and attorney ; and such others as may be exempted by the governor, and have received a certificate of exemption from the adjutant general. (342.) Sec. 76. The quartermaster general is hereby authorized and instructed to take measures immediately for the erection of a suitable building for the storage and preservation of the public arms, ammunition, wagons, and other ordnance, camp equipage, and property designed for the use and benefit of the legion ; and also to cause said property, arms, &c, to be put in immediate repair. And he is further authorized to draw on the Territorial treasury, for the necessary amount to be expended in accomplishing the same. (343.) Sec. 77. The adjutant general, the quartermaster general, commissary general, and all others entrusted with public property, are hereby required to give bonds with approved security, which bonds with security to be approved by the Territorial secretary, and filed in his office, conditioned for the faithful discharge of their duties. (343*.) Sec. 78. The lieutenant general shall have power to increase or lessen the limits of military districts, and organize new districts; also to give instructions, when necessary, for the enrollment and organization of new companies, and make such arrangements for the general good of the legion, as he may find necessary, which will be compatible with the provisions of the law. Commanders furnish reports. Duty of adjt. general. Subject to military duty, except. Erection of storage. Officers give bonds. Power of lieut. general.