||122 COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. ing distinctly each step in the progress of any proceedings; but such record shall be equally valid if made by the judge. Sec. 33. (1) Sec. 34, 35. (2) An Act providing for the election of probate judges. [Approved February 20,1874.] Judges elected (173.) Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legis-fortwo years. ianve Assembly of the Territory of Utah: That on the first Monday, in August, A. D. 1874, and every two years thereafter, there shall be elected by the qualified voters of the several counties of Utah Territory, one Probate Judge for each county, whose term of office shall be for two years and until his successor in office is duly elected and qualified. Toquaiify (174.) Sec. 2. The probate judges before entering upon ty days. the duties of their offices, and within twenty days from the date of their election, shall qualify as provided for in the two [next] succeeding sections [section]. tatlelnS (175.) Sec. 3. The probate judge shall give a bond for 15,000. the faithful performance of his official duties in the penal sum may be sum °^ nve thousand dollars, which amount may be in-mcreased. creased by the selectmen of the county to any sum not exceeding twenty thousand dollars, with at least two sufficient sureties, who are residents of the county, and worth the sum for which they become liable, over and above all their debts and liabilities in property not exempt from execution, me^with6 wni°h sa-id- k°n(l shall be approved by, and filed with the urernty treas" coimty treasurer; and shall take and subscribe an oath to the effect that he will honestly and faithfully perform the duties of the office on which he is about to enter, which oath shall be attached to, and filed with said bond: Provided, that so much of section twenty-tbree of an act in relation to the judiciary, approved January 19th, 1855, as conflicts with this act, is hereby repealed. (11 Bepealed, as it is inconsistent with an act of Congress. See p. 53. (2) Bepealed by an act of the Legislative Assembly approved Jan. 8,186(5.