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OF THE PASSING AND PUBLICATION OF LAWS AND JOURNALS

have a seal

Bill Clerks to ment backing to same and to initial, seal or stamp each

and every page of each and every bill so passed and present them to the presiding officers of the two Houses for their signatures, and to certify with the Secretary of Senate and Clerk of the House on the backing of each bill or resolution that such bill or resolution is the same as that which passed both Houses, and they will then de

liver the same to the Chairmen of the Committee on To be clerks to passed bills of their respective Houses. Said Bill Clerks Passed Bills in addition to the duties herein prescribed shall be Clerks

of the Committees on passed bills.

Committees op

When bill or resolution is

substituted for

When bill or In case a Bill or Resolution is amended or substituted amended" or before final passage the Passed Bill Committee shall

have the same re-typewritten or re-printed and said corrected copy shall be considered the original for certification and filing.

livered to Goyernor

Bills to be de- Section 4. It shall be the duty of the Chairmen of the

Committee on passed bills to deliver the same to the Governor and take his receipt therefor.

Pussed Bills
Com. to report

Section 5. It shall be the duty of the Chairmen of the Chairmen of

Sort Committee on passed bills to report to their respective

Houses the bills so delivered.

law without Executive approval

Bills becoming Section 6. It shall be the duty of the Chairmen on

passed bills to report to their respective Houses any bills that may become laws without the Governor's signature, in accordance with Section 18, Article 3 of the Constitution of the State of Delaware, and the House in whichi said "Act or resolution originated shall file under the hands of the presiding officer and clerk the said acts or resolutions with the Secretary of State, whose duty it shall be to publish the same as a law the same as if the Governor had signed it.

OF THE PASSING AND PUBLICATION OF LAWS AND JOURNALS

pproved bills.

Section 7. It shall be the duty of the Chairmen of said to repo Committees on passed bills to report at least weekly to appr their respective Houses the acts and joint resolutions that have been signed by the Governor.

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OF THE PASSING AND PUBLICATION OF LAWS AND JOURNALS

CHAPTER 13.

OF THE PASSING AND PUBLICATION OF LAWS AND JOURNALS

AN ACT Providing for the employment by the General Assembly of

a Document Clerk and prescribing his duties.

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Section 1. That there shall be selected by Concurrent Resolution of both Houses of the General Assembly at each regular session thereof, a person who shall be known as Document Clerk who shall serve the General Assembly during the period of its regular session.

ed bills

To have custo- Section 2. The Document Clerk shall have custody of dy of all print

all printed bills before the General Assembly and charge of the distribution and mailing thereof, according to direction of members of the General Assembly on Concurrent Resolutions of the General Assembly passed from

time to time and in addition thereto he shall attend the To attend pri private entrance to the rooms of the General Assembly

adnitting only such persons as shall have the right of admission by entrance.

vate entrance to Assembly Chambers

Compensation

Section 3. The compensation of the Document Clerk shall be fixed by the Joint Claims Committee.

Approved March 19, A. D. 1913.

OF THE PASSING AND PUBLICATION OF LAWS AND JOURNALS

CHAPTER 14.

OF THE PASSING AND PUBLICATION OF LAWS AND JOURNALS

AN ACT to Amend an Act providing for a method of Recording,

Filing and Certifying all Acts and Resolutions passed by the
General Assembly.

WHEREAS, this General Assembly passed an Act providing for a method of Recording, Filing and Certifying all Acts and Resolutions passed by the General Assembly, said Act being approved by the Governor on the twelfth day of February, A. D. 1913, and

WHEREAS, in carrying into effect the details of said Act it is found inexpedient to re-typewrite or re-print a Substitute Bill, therefore

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Section 1. That the last paragraph of Section 3 of said Act be amended by striking out the said last paragraph and inserting in lieu thereof the following: “In Bills amended case a Bill or Resolution is amended before final passage passage to be the Passed Bill Committee shall have the same re-type-re-typewritten written or re-printed, and said corrected copy shall be considered the original for certification and filing.”

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Approved March 7, A. D. 1913.

OF THE PASSING AND PUBLICATION OF LAWS AND JOURNALS

CHAPTER 15.

OF THE PASSING AND PUBLICATION OF LAWS AND JOURNALS

AN ACT to Amend Chapter 9, Volume 21, Laws of Delaware.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa-
tives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Section 1. Amend Chapter 9, Volume 21, Laws of Del-
aware, by adding an additional Section, which shall be
known as Section 4 and shall read as follows:

Secretary of

hereafter all

Section 4. That the Secretary of State shall hereafter
State to print print as a part of the volumes provided for under Chap-
proclamations ter 9, Volume 21, Laws of Delaware, all the proclama-
of Gov. as part
of session laws tions of the Governor of the State of Delaware that are

issued from time to time; provided, that the session laws
of 1913 shall include all proclamations of the Governor
issued on or after January 1st, 1913, until the day the
session laws of 1913 go to print.

Biennial ser-
sions of General
Assembly to be

designated

Provided further, that the Secretary of State is auth-
sions of General orized and he is hereby directed to ascertain the number
numerically of regular sessions held by the General Assemblies of

the State of Delaware, and that the General Assembly of
the State of Delaware now in session shall be officially
known by that number, and that all subsequent Biennial
Assemblies shall be designated by number in sequence
thereafters and be it further provided, that this method

of designation shall be used in all official references and
designation to in reference to General Assemblies of the State of Dela-
cial references ware in the future.

Method of

Approved March 26, A. D. 1913.

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