PUBLIC DEFENSE AND VETERANS' AFFAIRS
FIRST LIGHT BATTERY, NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS
113-A:3 Uniforms and Insignia.
The First Light Battery, New Hampshire Volunteers, may adopt and use as its own such of the insignia, uniforms, flags, banners, arms and accoutrements, and the traditional forms and ceremonies, of its lineal predecessor as designated in RSA 113-A:1, as shall be deemed appropriate; and the adjutant general is hereby authorized to place in the custody of said battery, under appropriate restrictions as to use, storage and preservation, authentic relics of the Civil War period owned by the state, including, but not limited to, small arms and artillery pieces. The First Light Battery, New Hampshire Volunteers, is authorized to accept, from any sources whatsoever, gifts and contributions of funds and articles of personal property, whether outright or in trust, and may execute, with the approval of the adjutant general, instruments necessary to carry out the purposes of any gifts made in trust.
Source. 1959, 201:1, eff. Sept. 21, 1959.