||44 with the orders of that Court, the appeal shall be taken to the next term of the District Court in the County, or next nearest County, where the same shall beholden, if there be ten days between the day when the judgment was rendered, and the day of the sitting of the District Court. • Time in which onurproceed- &®G' 32. Within twenty days from the day of the apings must bo peal, and within five days in the case mentioned in the last paragraph of the preceding section, the Clerk of the Probate Court is required to file a transcript of the proceedings in the matter in which the appeal is taken, authenticated by the seal of the Probate Court with the Clerk of the District Court, who shall enter the same among the cases pending in that Court. Transcripts of the records and copies of the papers pertaining to the Probate Court, may be certified and signed by either the Clerk or the Judge. Sec. 33. The Probate Judges in their respective Counties shall appoint a Clerk, who shall keep his office at the County seat, and who shall attend all sessions of the Probate Court, as also sessions of the county court, for the a fun recordP transaction of County business. It shall be the.duty of the Clerk of the Probate Court, to keep a full and true record of all the proceedings in the Probate Court in session, enter-* ing distinctly each step in the progress of any proceedings; but such record shall be equally valid if made by the Judge. irictand probate to report gEa 34, The Clerks of the District Courts and of the } annually to tbnT, t . ^ , , • i it i , l secretary of ti^Probate Courts respectively, are hereby required to report Territory. to the Secretary' of the Territory, on or before the first Monday of November of each year, the number of convictions for all crime, and misdemeanors, in their respective Courts, for the year preceding such report, shall show the character of the offence, and the sentence of punishment, the occupation of the convict, whether he can read or write, and his general habits, and also the expenses of the County for criminal prosecution during the year, including but distinguishing the compensation of the Prosecuting Attorney. The Clerks aforesaid shall also forward to the Secretary, copies of all reports made, of decisions, and opinions, which shall be reported, or filed in his office. '