||The State of Deseret 239 vided, the Brand applied for has not previously been recorded to some other person, and to furnish to any person desiring it a certificate of his or her Brand, recorded by him, free of charge. Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the Recorder to keep exposed in his office, or at some public place near the Temple Block, a faithful copy of all Marks or Brands, recorded by him, and the names of the owners of said Brands. Sec. 5. The Recorder's fees, for recording any Mark or Brand on his record, shall not exceed fifty cents, for each Mark or Brand recorded. Sec. 6. That William Clayton be appointed the Recorder of Brands, according to the provisions of this Ordinance. Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of the Recorder, to furnish a printed copy free of charge, of all Marks, Brands, and record of Brands, to every individual applying for the same, and having a certificate of record, as speedily as possible after the entry of one hundred Brands, also to repeat the same on the completion of the entry of every succeeding hundred. Sec. 8. Any person finding cattle or any animals intended in this Ordinance having Recorded Brands in any enclosure, or any place where they may be doing damage, shall immediately secure and take good care of the same, and search diligently, and restore the animal or animals to the owners, who shall be liable for all reasonable cost, and damages: and if the owner cannot be found after diligent search, said animals may be driven to the Stray Pound. Sec. 9. It shall be the duty of every person selling or disposing of any animal having a Recorded Brand, to reverse the same on said animal; but if any person shall alter or deface, any Recorded Brand, on any animal; or place, or cause to be placed his own, or other brand on any animal not belonging to said individual; he or they shall be subject to any or all the penalties of this Ordinance, together with further punishments, applicable to felonious offenses, at the discretion of the Court, having jurisdiction. Sec. 10. Be it further ordained, that whenever horses, mules, cattle, cows, or other stock having Recorded Brands, are put in the Stray Pound, it shall be the duty of the overseers of the Stray Pound to use due diligence to ascertain the names of the owners of said stock, both by reference to the Record of Brands and otherwise; and to notify the owners of the same if known; or publish the same with the marks or brands in four public places of the city, within three days from the time, said stock are put in the Pound. Sec. 11. Any officer or individual, violating any provision of this Ordinance, shall be liable to a penalty of not less than one dollar, nor more than one thousand, at the discretion of the Court, having jurisdiction thereof.