4.09.   Recording of Ordinances and Resolutions.
   Each ordinance or resolution shall be recorded in a book or other record prescribed by Council, established and maintained for that purpose. The Clerk of Council or a duly authorized deputy to said Clerk shall, upon the request of any person and upon the payment of a fee, as established by Council, certify true copies of any ordinance or resolution, which certified copies shall be admissible as evidence in any court.