85. Individual gifts.

Where there is a gift or devise of a given sum of money or amount of property to each member of a class, and the gift to each is wholly independent of the similar gift to every other member of the class, and can be neither augmented nor diminished, whatever the number of the other members may turn out to be, then the gift or devise may be good as to those members in fact ascertained within the limits of the perpetuity period