||COMPILED LAWS OP UTAH. ures. Examine and (79.) Sec. 5. The sealer of weights and measures shall and meas- examine and test any of the before mentioned instruments for weighing or measuring, on application by any person who shall tender to him the fee which, by the preceding section, he is authorized to receive ; and he shall, in every case where be may employ labor or material in making accurate weights or measures, be entitled to extra compensation therefor, and to retain the article upon which such labor or material has been employed until such compensation be paid. Establishing general office. Auxiliary offices. Duty of persons desiring recorded mark or brand. Duties of general recorder. An Act in relation to marks and brands. [Approved January 13,1866.] (80.) Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah: That a general office for recording marks and brands shall be kept at the seat of government, and a recorder for the same shall be elected by the Legislative Assembly, whose term of office shall be four years, and until his successor is elected and qualified, unless sooner superseded by legislative election; he shall give bonds, with approved security, to the acceptance of, and filed with, the auditor of public accounts. (*) (81.) Sec. 2. There shall also be an auxiliary office in every county other than that in which the general office is located, and the duties thereof are hereby devolved on the clerks of the county courts respectively. (82.) Sec. 3. Whenever any person wishes to obtain a recorded mark or band, application therefor may be made to the general recorder direct or through the auxiliary office of the county in which the applicant resides; and it shall be the duty of the general recorder to designate the particular mark or brand to be used by such applicant and define the place and position it shall occupy on the animal, consulting always the choice or convenience of applicants, so far as may be without interfering with previously recorded marks or brands: Provided, if a character is wanted for which there is no type, the applicant shall pay the extra expense thereof. (83.) Sec. 4. The general recorder shall keep a record of all marks and brands, with the name and residence of the person owning the same, in a book suitable for the (1) As provided by an act approved Jan. 19,1866.