(a) The Director of Research of the Legislative Council or the Director's designee
shall as soon as practicable after the adjournment of the General Assembly have printed
accurately in volume form, with an index thereto, copies of all bills enacted, all
resolutions enacted requiring the approval of the Governor, executive orders and proclamations
of the Governor, other than proclamations directing the repeal of corporate charters
which are promulgated pursuant to legislative enactment, municipal charters or amendments
to municipal charters adopted pursuant to a referendum and filed with the Secretary
of State pursuant to Chapter 8 of Title 22 and other legislative and executive papers
as may be required by Legislative Council. The printing of the Session Laws shall be done under contract made by the Director
of Research of the Legislative Council or the Director's designee and in accordance
with the specifications furnished by the Director. In the preparation of such Session Laws for printing, the Director of Research
of the Legislative Council or the Director's designee in conjunction with the Delaware
Code Revisors may correct obvious typographical errors but if there is any doubt as
to whether a typographical error exists, the Director of Research of the Legislative
Council or the Director's designee and the Delaware Code Revisors shall print the
law as enacted without correction.
(b) The Secretary of State shall maintain and annually promulgate in such manner as
the Secretary of State shall determine an Executive Register containing copies or
abstracts of all official acts of the Governor and an index thereto, excepting therefrom
acts and resolutions of the General Assembly.
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