An Act concerning the Publication of the Laws.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met, That the Secretary of State be and he is hereby directed to exclude from the publication of the laws of this State all acts of incorporation, and other acts of a private nature, unless such acts contain a provision directing their publication.
SECTION 2. That in the publication of the acts of the present session of the Legislature the Secretary of State shall exclude all acts of incorporation, and acts of a private nature, except acts incorporating railroad companies, towns and banks, and the supplements to said acts.
SECTION 3. That the Secretary of State is hereby authorized and directed to demand and receive for the use of the State, on certifying any act of incorporation, the sum of twenty dollars, when the capital stock of such incorporation shall exceed fifty thousand dollars, and ten dollars when the capital stock shall not exceed fifty thousand dollars; and on certifying any other act or resolution of a private nature, he shall demand and receive, for the use of the State, a fee of ten dollars.
SECTION 4. That it shall not be lawful for the Clerks of the two Houses of the Legislature, or either of them, hereafter to give or permit copies of such acts as are referred to in the foregoing sections to be taken, unless the certificate of the Secretary of State is appended thereto.
Passed at Dover, February 17, 1866.