||132 COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. Not record transfers thereto. The recorder shall certify on each instrument of writing recorded by him, the book, page and date of the record. (222.) Sec. 4, The county recorder shall not record any Sicate ofesur- land to any person on application or by transfer, until a vey" certificate of the survey has been produced that such land has been surveyed, and such certificate of survey has been approved and countersigned by one or more of the selectmen of the county. Time allowed (223.) Sec. 5. Two years shall be allowed, to persons land aftersur- having land surveyed, to enclose the same, and in all cases vey< where labor is expended upon dams, canals, embankments, aqueducts, or otherwise, for the purpose of irrigating said land,amounting to the sum of five dollars per acre,it shall entitle the holder of said certificate of survey to lawful possession: Provided, that where companies or associations for irrigating purposes are formed or may hereafter be formed for the improvement of lands, individuals composing said companies or associations shall not lose any right by such associations, but shall be entitled to equal privileges, in the provisions of this act, with individual enterprise; said title shall not be invalidated or nullified, whether said lands be enclosed with fence or not. (l). Sec. 6. (2) An Act authorizing certain officers to appoint deputies. [Approved February 16,1870.] (224.) Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Leg-pototmda6pu-p' islatim Assembly of the Territory of Utah: That the ties" clerks of the various courts, and county recorders of this Territory are hereby authorized to appoint deputies, for whose acts they shall be responsible. (225.) Sec. 2. Said deputies shall have power to per- form all the acts and duties which the principals have right to perform in their official capacities, and to demand and receive the same fees as their principals for so doing. certain offi-totmdap' power of dep-i (1) Amendment of Jan. 18,1867. (2) Repealed Feb. 20,1874.