||LAWS OF UTAH. 235 And for the true and faithful performance of all and every of the covenants, and agreements above mentioned, the parties to these presents bind themselves, each, unto the other, in the penal sum of dollars, as fixed and settled damages, to be paid by the failing party. Iu witness whereof the parties to these presents have hereunto set their hands and seals, the day and year first above written." Signed, sealed arid delivered I A. B. in the presence of | O. D. E. F. G. H. (L. s. 1 \ L. s. / 4. Agreement to cultivate land on shares. This agreement, made the day of, (&c.), between A, B., of, (&c.), and C. I). of, (&c), witnesseth: That the said A. B. agrees that he will break up, properly prepare, and sow with wheat, all that field belonging to the said C. D., lying immediately north of the dwelling-house and garden of the said C. D., in the town of, aforesaid, and containing twenty acres or thereabouts, on or before the twenty-fifth day of September next; that "when the said crop, to be sown as aforesaid, shall be in fit condition, he will cut, harvest and safely house it in the barn of said C. D.; and that he will properly thrash and clean the same, and deliver one-half, being the produce thereof, to the said C. D., at the granery near his dwelling-house, as aforesaid, on or before the day of , in the year 18 It is understood between the parties, that one-half of the seed wheat is to be found by the said C. D.; that the said A. B. is to perform all the work and labor necessary in the premises, or cause it to be done; and that the straw is to be equally divided between the parties, within ten days after the wheat shall have been thrashed as aforesaid. In witness, &c, as in 3. ' . . ¦.£¦&.'' 5. Protest ofbill for non-acceptance. United States of America, "\ Territory of Utah, j sa# O-n the day of , 18 , at the request of A. B., [insert the name of the hdlde'f, or-endorser, or endorsee], I, D. E., a Notary Public, duly admitted and sworn, dwelling in the" ; of , in the Territory aforesaid, did present the original «( bill of exchange,'hereunto annexed, to F. G., the drawee therein named, for accept- •' ance,*who refused to accept the same: Whereupon I, the said Notary, at the request• -, aforesaid, did protest, and by these presents do. publicly and solemnly protest, as ;,; against all others whom it doth or may concern, for exchange, re-exchange, and all r costs, damages and interest already incurred aud to be hereafter incurred, for want of acceptance of the same: . Thus done and protested in the of aforesaid. In testimony of the truth, D. E., Notary Public.