The Military Code of Utah, ch. 53, § 53, 1894 Utah Laws 64, 76-77.

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  • 1894

        "SEC. 53. It shall not be lawful for any body of men whatever, other than the regular organized vol­unteer militia of this Territory, and the troops of the United States, to associate themselves together as a military company or organization, or to drill or parade with arms in any city or town of this Territory; and Provided, that students in educational institutions where military science is a part of the course of in­struction, may, with the consent of the Governor, drill and parade with arms in public under the superin­tendence of their instructors, and may take part in any regimental or brigade encampment under com­mand of their military instructor; and, while so en­camped shall be governed by the provisions of this act. They shall report and be subject to the com­mandant of such encampment; Provided, further, that nothing herein contained shall be construed so as to prevent benevolent or social organizations from wearing swords."

Full Text (Subscription Required): The Military Code of Utah, ch. 53, § 53, 1894 Utah Laws 64, 76-77.

Laws of the Territory of Utah, Passed by the Legislative Assembly at its Thirty-First Session, Held at Salt Lake City, The Capital of Said Territory, Commencing January 8th,  A. D. 1894, and Ending March 8th, A. D. 1894 (Salt Lake City, UT: Star Printing Company, 1894), 76-77. Chapter 53—Militia, An Act to Provide for the Organization and Government of the Territorial Militia, and Entitled “The Military Code of Utah,” § 53. Approved March 8, 1894.