A county may revise and codify and print in book, pamphlet or newspaper form any general and special laws, ordinances, resolutions and rules in force in the county. The codification shall be a sufficient publication of any ordinance included in it and not previously published in a newspaper if a substantial quantity of the codification is printed for general distribution to the public. The county board may make a reasonable charge for the cost of printing and distribution of ordinances or a codification of ordinances. A copy of any ordinances adopted by the county must be furnished to the county law library or its designated depository. A county, upon request, shall be reimbursed a reasonable charge by the county law library for a copy furnished.