||96 I ' . ¦ • _ , . . . ... . Sec 6. If any surveyor shall survey land or lands for survey may bethe purpose of cultivation, where to irrigate it, would rob other previously cultivated lands of the needful portion ' of water, such last survey shall be void for cultivating purposes. „ ,' ,. Sbo. 7. Whenever a surveyor shall survey a piece of Surveyor to de-t -, r • • • . ' J i i i n i j i i n signate in reia-l.ancv -.ioT a joint enclosure, he shall plot, and number the I tion to fence, fence around the survey, noting the length of each per- I sons portion of- fence. \ I Sec. 8. All books, records, plots, and papers of surveys I Boo^s&c. mustmac[e within the Territory, kept by, and in the possession I be transferred „ i i t ¦ • ± i - xxi to successor, of the surveyor general appertaining to his omce, are., I hereby made the property of the said Territory, and it shall be his duty to jbransmit the same.to his successor in/ ofi^ce. 1 Sec. 9. Surveyors' fees shall be regulated as follows: I For surveying twenty acres, - - - $2,00. ;| ' lt thirty acres, - - '- 2,50 I ^ forty acres, - - ~ 3,00 " sixty acres, - - ' - 3,50 Fees* " eighty acres, - - - 4,00 " one hundred acres,-> - - 4,50 il one hundred and twenty acres, 4,76 il one hundred and sixty acres, - 5,00 " three hundred and twenty acres, 6,75 ** six hundred and,forty acres, - 8,50 and for traveling to. and.from, ten cents per mile: Provided, That if more than one piece is surveyed at the same time, in the same place and journey, the iaveling fees for mileage shall be apportioned according to equity: Pro-Fi aviso. vided, That the route to survey through, shall be bad, and ;. rough, in such case, the surveyor shall be allowed to charge in proportion, to make it equal to a good route. <;ovemorto Sec. 10, The Governor is hereby authorized to appoint .siirvevorC°Untyan^ c0mmissipn the contemplated county surveyors of this Territory, who shall continue in office during the pleasure of the Governor, or until the next general election. Approved March 3, 1852.