||94 nations or otherwise may justify, to establish a free Pr«« school, school Institution for the benefit of orphans, and other indigent worthy persons. Sec. 14.' The Secretary and Treasurer shall each pre-Keport. ttent a fuj| an(^ eXp]ieit repOrt in writing of the situation, funds, and doings of the University in their several departments, on the first of December in each year, to the Secretary of State, Approved Feb. 28th, 1850. AN ORDINANCE In relation to County Recorders. PASSED BT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, MARCH 2flD, 1850. Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the General Assembly of the State of Deseret, That a County Recorder shall be elect-How elected, ed at the usual place of holding Elections in each organized County of this State1, whose term of office shall be four years, and until his successor is qualified. Sec. 2. The Recorders in their respective counties onh k. Bo»d. shall take an oath of office, and give bond and security to be approved by the County Court, and filed in the County Clerk's office. Duti«f. Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of Recorders in their re- spective Counties, to provide themselves with good and well bound books siiitable for the purpose, and record therein all transfers or conveyances of Land or Tenements, and all other Instruments of writing and Documents suitable, necessary and proper to be recorded in a fair and legible manner. Dutiet. Sec. 4. The Recorders in their respective Counties shall also procure and keep a suitable book for the purpose of recording town and city plats, and plats of all surveys of lands, roads, and surveys of public Avorks, "whenever ? the same shall be permanently located, and being within their respective Counties. Sec, 5. The books- of. record shall be indexed in alphabetical order, and free to the examination of all persons, and upon the filing of any paper for record, the Recorder shall endorse upon the back thereof the time of receiving it.