||67 and record so made by him ; and one dollar for each transfer that he shall make, to be paid by the vendor or vendee in the case: Provided, That nothing in this act shall be so construed as to prevent the vendor and verf-dee from making the transfer themselves. But no transfer shall be valid unless it be recorded as is prescribed in the first section of this act. Sec. 3. The county Recorder shall not record any land to any person on application or by transfer, until a certifi-Certificate of cate of the survey has been produced that such land hassurvey# been surveyed, and such certificate of survey has been approved and countersigned by one or more of the select men in the county. Sec. 4. One year shall be allowed to persons having land surveyed,to enclose and fence said land; and on their Lands must be failing to enclose said land within one year, their title to^j^ nuiu*Ic said land shall be nullified; and such land shall be declared^, common, and may be surveyed to any person applying for the same. Approved, March 6, 1852. ACT IN RELATION TO ESTATES OF DECEDENTS. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, That any person of'fullWi11*' age and sound mind, may dispose, by will, of all his property, except what is sufficient to pay his debts, or what is allowed as homestead or otherwise to wife or family; property subsequently acquired may also be devised. Sec. 2. Personal property may be bequeathed by ver-Verbal bal will, if witnessed by two competent witnesses; all other wills to be valid must be in writing, witnessed by two^? competent witnesses, and signed by the testator> or by some person in his presence and by his express direction. , Interest of pos- Sic. 3. Posthumous children unprovided for by theS°Uf cW1"