2018 Maryland Code
State Government
Title 2 - General Assembly
Subtitle 15 - Legislation
Part II - Procedures After Return on Final Passage
§ 2-1512. Record of chapter numbers

  • (a) Required. -- The Secretary of State shall keep, for each session, a permanent record of the bills and executive orders that the Governor delivers to the Secretary under this subtitle. The record shall be known as the record of chapter numbers.

  • (b) Record for laws. --

    • (1) The Secretary of State shall enter, in the record, the chapter number of each bill that becomes law and each executive order.

    • (2) Near the chapter number, the Secretary of State shall enter:

      • (i) the Senate bill number, the House bill number, or the executive order number;

      • (ii) a brief summary of the subject of the bill or executive order;

      • (iii) as to a bill, the date of its presentment to the Governor; and

      • (iv) the date on which the bill or order was approved by the Governor or otherwise became law.

  • (c) Record for vetoed bills. --

    • (1) After the last chapter number, the Secretary of State shall enter, by Senate bill number or House bill number, a list of the bills that the Governor vetoed.

    • (2) Near the bill number, the Secretary of State shall enter:

      • (i) a brief summary of the subject of the bill;

      • (ii) the date of presentment to the Governor; and

      • (iii) the date of veto.

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