||178 COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. Duty of pound-keeper. unclaimed registered? be t££ngno" (405.) Sec. 4. Each precinct poundkeeper shall receive ^^ good care of all animals committed to his charge, and use due diligence to find the owner or owners thereof, by record of brands and otherwise, and shall receive and file all bills of damage, duly presented, and enter the amounts in the pound book, which shall be open to the inspection of the public; he shall not deliver any animal to the owner until all costs and damages are paid or satisfactorily arranged for. (406.) Sec. 5. Any animal remaining unclaimed two days from the time of commitment, shall be registered in the pound book, which registration shall set forth when received, from whom, where found, amount of damage done, kind of animal, approximate age and color, stripes, marks, brands and such other description as may aid the owner to find his animals; true copies of which the poundkeeper shall post up, within three days from the time of its being impounded, in two of the most conspicuous places in his precinct, stating that if it be not claimed and taken away within five days thereafter, said animal will be forwarded to the nearest district pound as provided in section three of Animals to be this act. It shall be the duty of said precinct pound- keeper to deliver to the district poundkeeper all animals remaining unclaimed as above set forth, together with all bills of costs and damages that may have accrued thereon. (407.) Sec, 6. The district poundkeeper shall receive and receipt for all animals delivered to him by precinct poundkeepers, and enter upon his registry when said animal or animals were received, from what pound or person; amount of damage and cost, together with a full and complete description of each animal, including marks, brands and approximate age. (408.) Sec 7. Each poundkeeper shall provide forage or pasturage, or place said animals m the care of a responsible person, and the poundkeeper of each district pound shall forthwith advertise for sale by posting notices in two of the most conspicuous places in his district and by advertising one or more times in some newspaper having general circulation in this Territory, all animals delivered to him by precinct poundkeepers, and such as may have been in his custody, as provided in section five of this act. Notice of sale. Said notices shall state the time and place of sale, and that if not claimed and taken away within ten days from the date thareof, he will expose them at public sale and sell District p cords, etc. trict pound- keeper.