The secretary of state may in his or her discretion transmit copies of acts, resolutions
and reports published by him or her to any state, territory, province, or country
which extends a similar privilege to the state library and, upon recommendation of
the state librarian, he or she shall send in exchange to a designated depository in
the state, territory, province, or country, in accordance with the provisions of § 29-1-5, copies of acts, resolutions and reports published by him or her. The secretary of state may also transmit to any official receiving publications, in
accordance with § 43-2-5, copies of publications issued under authority of the state, and in his or her custody,
to replace volumes, which have been mutilated or have become defective, upon receipt
of the mutilated or defective volume in exchange.
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