1. Men, upon entering the service, are required to procure a
good outfit consisting of horse, saddle, Winchester,
six-shooter, rope, and bedding. It shall be maintained in good
order continuously as long as they remain in the service.
2. Each Ranger is required to perform his full amount of camp
duty, such as cooking, herding horses and any and all of the
regular routine camp work. This must be strictly observed and
any complaint substantiated shall be sufficient grounds for a
dismissal from the service.
3. Each member of the Ranger force is expected to look out for
and care for and take interest in the preservation of all State
property; and especially the pack saddle, pack blankets and pack
rope must be kept hanging together and not be molested by the
men for their own use in any way, but in some designated place
understood by the men it must be kept so that it may be readily
found any time even of a dark night when we might be leaving in
4. Men are expected to keep their quarters, at least, in a
reasonably clean and neat condition. No one need even apply for
a position in this company that is not sober, honest and of a
good moral character.