AN ACT relating to the Seals of Notaries Public and Commissioners Of Deeds.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met,
SECTION 1. That every notary public or commissioner of deeds shall, after the first day of July, 1873, use, in the transaction of official business, a seal so engraved as to make an impression that will show distinctly the name official title, date of appointment, and term of office of such officer.
SECTION. 2. That the Recorder of Deeds in and for each and record words found every county of this State, in addition to the text of every deed, or other paper recorded by him, according to law, shall record therewith, in a legible manner, the words found upon the impression made by the seal of the officer before whom such deed or other paper was executed.
Passed at Dover, March 13, 1873.