||COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. 133 An Act to regulate surveyors and surveying. [Approved March 3,1852.] (226.) Sec, 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah: That the office of County Surveyor, be and hereby is created ; and that there shall be a county surveyor to be elected in each county by the qualified voters at the next general election, whose term of office shall be two years, and until his successor in office shall be qualified. (227.) Sec. 2. The county surveyor shall, before entering upon the duties of his office, take an oath of office, and give bonds and security, to be approved by the probate judge, and to be filed in the office of the clerk of the probate court. (228.) Sec. 3. The county surveyor shall, within thirty days after completing any survey, make true copies or diagrams of the same, and transmit one to the surveyor general, and one to the county recorder ; and give a certificate of such survey to the person for whom it was made, describing the tract, block or lot, and number of acres contained; and such certificate shall be title of possession to the person or persons holding the same. (229.) Sec. 4. Where any survey has been made within this Territory, and the bounds cannot be identified, and disputes arise between rightful claimants, respecting said lines and bounds, the parties so in dispute, or either of them, may, by aotifying the other party, of his, her, or their intention, have a re-survey of said lines so in dispute, to be re-surveyed by either the surveyor general, or the county surveyor, at the option of the party, or parties so requiring such re-survey. Should the parties or either of them be dissatisfied with such re-survey, they, or either of them, may, at his, her, or their expense, have another re-survey by both the surveyor general and county surveyor, whose duty it shall be to make the re-survey as near like the former survey as they can, and such re-survey shall be final, and establish such bounds. (230.) Sec. 5. Where any transfer shall be made of any surveyed lands, or part or parts thereof, it shall be the duty of the transferer to certify in writing such transfer to the person to whom the transfer is made, with a full description of what part or parts, how much or length of line or lines, and number of acres, and the person or persons to whom County surveyors. Term of office. Bond and oath. To whom copies of survey transmitted. When re-survey may be had. Duty of person transferring surveyed lands.