||90 Bond and s«cu-^ers upon the duties of his office, shall take the oath of office, for the faithful discharge of his duties, and shall give bond with sufficient surety, to be filed in the office of the Probate Judge, in the penal sum of five hundred dollars, conditioned for the faithful discharge of his office. Sec. 3. In case of any vacancy by removal or resigna- can^ythecouniion, the records of said Notary Public, together with all ty clerk to takethe papers relating to the office* shall be deposited in tile corisf0 re" office of the county Clerk, in the county in which the said Notary Public resides. Sec. 4. And in case of neglect or refusal to comply a failure to with the requisitions of this act, and of failure to transmit thhTact Scurssuc^ records as aforesaid, within the space of three months, a fine, &c the said Notary Public shall forfeit and pay a sum not less than fifty dollars, nor more than five hundred dollars; and if any executor or administrator ot any deceased Notary Public, shall neglect tb lodge such records or papers, as aforesaid, which come into his hands, in the county Clerks office, within the space of three months after the acceptance of that trust, he shall forfeit and pay a sum not less than fifty dollars, nor more than five hundred dollars; and if any person shall knowingly destroy, deface, or conceal Fine and dam any record or papers of any Notary Public, he shall forfeit ages fo" des-m and pay the above sum, arid shaH be moreover, liable to joying papers,an ac^on for damages by the party injured. Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of each and every Notary Protestation ofPublic, when any bill of exchange, promissory note, or notes,&c. other written instrument shall be by him protested, for Notice tob« non-acceptance or non-payment, to give notice, in writing given. thereof to the maker, and each and every endorser of a bill of exchange; and to the maker or makers of, and each and every security or endorser of any promissory note, or oth er written instrument, immediately after such protest shall have been made. Record of no- Sec. 6. , Each and every Notary Public shall keep a aces, c. record of al! such notices, and of the time and manner, in which the same shall >have been,served, and of the names of all the parties to whom the same were directed, and the description and amount 6f the.instrument protested; which record shall at all times, be competent evidence to prove , such notices, in any trial, before any Court in this Territory, where proof of such notice may become requisite.