CHAPTER 4. THE LEGISLATURE.

§4-1-14. Copies of enrolled bills mailed to courts; effect.

The clerk of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Delegates, acting jointly, shall mail, to the judges of the Supreme Court of Appeals and judges of the circuit, common pleas, intermediate and criminal courts of this state, copies of enrolled bills of a general nature, taking effect from their passage; and enrolled copies of municipal charters and acts of a local nature shall be furnished only to courts of the local jurisdiction. Copies of enrolled bills furnished in accordance with this section shall bear the stamp of the clerks of the two houses, showing the date that each act becomes effective, and the enrolled bills so furnished and attested shall be regarded by the courts of this state as having the same force and effect as any and all other laws.