Minutes, Nauvoo Legion, 15 October 1842

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under the Title of Ordinance No. 4.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Court Martial of the Nauvoo Legion in General Court Assembled, that any private or noncommissioned officer residing without the City Corporation, may leave the Company to which he belongs, at any time, whenever he shall produce satisfactory evidence that he has enrolled himself in the millitia company in the precinct in which he resides.
Sec. 2. Each Regimental or Battalion Adjutant shall receive annually from the treasury of the Legion, two dollars for each company in his respective Regiment or Battallion, provided he shall keep a correct <​record​> of all the Regimental or Battalion Orders, revise semiannually in the months of April, before the Cohort drill, and in the month of September before the Legion drill, the roll of commissioned and non-commissioned officers, and make return thereof to the respective Brigadier Generals; also attend all company elections and keep the record thereof furnish blank returns for each commandant of companies, for Company, Battalion, Regimental, Cohort, and Legion parades, and deliver them to said commandants before said days of parade.
Sec. 3 The Record Book of said Adjutants shall be open to the inspection of the field and general officers. [p. 30]
under the Title of Ordinance No. 4.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Court Martial of the Nauvoo Legion in General Court Assembled, that any private or noncommissioned officer residing without the City Corporation, may leave the Company to which he belongs, at any time, whenever he shall produce satisfactory evidence that he has enrolled himself in the millitia company in the precinct in which he resides.
Sec. 2. Each Regimental or Battalion Adjutant shall receive annually from the treasury of the Legion, two dollars for each company in his respective Regiment or Battallion, provided he shall keep a correct record of all the Regimental or Battalion Orders, revise semiannually in the months of April, before the Cohort drill, and in the month of September before the Legion drill, the roll of commissioned and non-commissioned officers, and make return thereof to the respective Brigadier Generals; also attend all company elections and keep the record thereof furnish blank returns for each commandant of companies, for Company, Battalion, Regimental, Cohort, and Legion parades, and deliver them to said commandants before said days of parade.
Sec. 3 The Record Book of said Adjutants shall be open to the inspection of the field and general officers. [p. 30]
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