2-7 LEGISLATIVE PRINTING, RECORDS AND JOURNALS
LEGISLATIVE PRINTING, RECORDS AND JOURNALS
Compilation, printing, and distribution of legislative manual.
Contents of legislative manual.
Prefiling of bills and resolutions with Legislative Research Council--Rules for
Numbering, printing and disposition of prefiled bills--Date of introduction.
Contract covering printing of prefiled bills and resolutions.
Committee introduction of bills and resolutions.
Officers to keep legislative journals--Custody and disposition of bills and documents.
Time of delivery of daily legislative journals--Penalty for delay--Waiver.
Permanent journals as official record of proceedings.
Time of delivery of permanent journals--Distribution and price.
Certified copies of journals as prima facie evidence of proceedings.
Time allowed for printing of bills and resolutions.
Fees for copies of bills and journals--Mailing fees--Disposition.
Certification and filing of printed bills and resolutions--Judicial notice.
Engrossment of bills and amendments.
Enrollment of bill after passage by both houses.
Presentation of bill to Governor--Filing with secretary of state--Photocopy to code
Certificate of conformity by Legislature in form and style.
Veto of bills passed before last four session days--Message to house of origin--Reconsideration--Filing with secretary of state.
Veto of bills too late for return to Legislature--Transmittal to secretary of state.
Bills becoming law without Governor's signature or objections.
Forfeiture of office on conviction of legislator--Disqualification from public office.
Preservation of recordings of legislative session by South Dakota Public