3. Boundaries are to be recorded
And be it enacted that whensoever and so soon as the several boundaries shall have been ascertained and finally marked as aforesaid, an authorised land officer shall cause the same to be accurately delineated and expressed in figures on the maps or plans which he is directed to lay before the Governor in Executive Council in and by an Act passed in the present year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled 'An Act to provide for the Alignment of Streets in the several towns of the Colony of Western Australia', and shall enter a description of each allotment so marked in a Record Book to be kept by him for that purpose, and every such description shall be signed by him and countersigned by the Governor in Executive Council, and notice of every such entry shall be published in 3 successive 'Gazettes.'
[Section 3 amended by No. 126 of 1987 s. 19.]