Statement of the Condition of the NRtional Guard of Ur.ah,
September 15th, 1895.
1. Official designation of troops;
1. National Guard of Utah.
2. Strength - (A) Authorized. (B) Organized. (C) Per cent attend
ing oamp, (D) Liable to military duty, census 1890.
2. (A) 4,691: namely. General, Field and Staff 69; IS companies
of infantry, 2,664; 24 troops of cavalry, 1,776; ? batteries of light artillery, 182; - (B) 1,022, namely.
General Field and Staff, 28; 16 companies of Infantry,
72.6; a troops of cavalry, 140; 2 batteries of light artillery, 105; signal corps, 25; - (C) No encampment on
account of luck of appropriation; (D) Population of Utah
1890 was about 206,000; Census 1895, 248,000. County
assessors are required to make a list of all persons subject to military duty - their reports not yet received.
3, Number, organization and stations of brigades, regiments and
8, One brigade, with headquarters at Salt Lake City, known as
the "First Brigade National Guard of Utah;" comprising
the organized force, except the staff of the commander-
The First Regiment, of infantry, with headquarters Rt
Salt Lake City, consists of _ battalions, of 4 companies
each - battalion headquarters of this regiment are;
First Battalion Salt Lake City; Second Battalion, Tooele;
Third Battalion, Mount Pleasant.
The Second regiment of Infantry consists of one batta-