2-7-20. Presentation of bill to Governor--Filing with secretary of state--Photocopy to code counsel. The original copy of each enrolled bill shall be signed by the president of the Senate, secretary of the Senate, speaker of the House of Representatives, and chief clerk of the House of Representatives and presented to the Governor. If the Governor approves the bill, the Governor shall sign and transmit it to the secretary of state who shall deliver a photocopy of the signature page to the code counsel to be used in preparing copy for session laws. The secretary of state shall provide a permanent form of binder for the original enrolled bills and the bills vetoed with the veto message attached. The secretary of state shall also provide the code counsel with a photocopy of the signature page of each vetoed bill and the veto message.
Source: SDC 1939, § 55.0606; SL 1953, ch 284; SL 1968, ch 201, § 9; SL 1974, ch 24, § 1; SL 1979, ch 15, § 2; SL 1997, ch 19, § 2.