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Maryland Manual, 1930
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MARYLAND MANUAL. 441

the regular term at the election to be held on the Tuesday
next after the first Monday of November, nineteen hundred
and twenty-six. The terms of all State and county officers
heretofore elected by qualified voters, and whose successors
would not be elected until the Tuesday next after the first
Monday of November, nineteen hundred and twenty-seven,
shall remain unchanged; their successors shall be elected
for a term of three years at the elections to be held on the
Tuesday next after the first Monday of November, nineteen
hundred and twenty-six, but shall not take office until the
expiration of the full term for which their predecessors have
been elected; and their successors shall be elected for the
regular term at the election to be held on the Tuesday next
after the first Monday of November, nineteen hundred and
thirty. Nothing herein shall affect the terms of any judge
of the Circuit Court of the several circuits, the member of
the Court of Appeals from Baltimore City or any member
of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City; if the term of any
such judge shall expire in a year in which no election for
members of the General Assembly is held, the Governor shall
appoint a person duly qualified to fill said office, who shall
hold the same until the next general election for members
of the General Assembly, when a successor shall be elected
for the term elsewhere provided. The terms of all State and
county officers heretofore appointed for terms which will not
expire until during the year nineteen hundred and twenty-
five, nineteen hundred and twenty-six, nineteen hundred and
twenty-seven or nineteen hundred and twenty-eight shall be
reduced by one year, and their successors shall be appointed
for the terms now provided by law in the years nineteen
hundred and twenty-four, nineteen hundred and twenty-five,
nineteen hundred and twenty-six or nineteen hundred and
twenty-seven, respectively, in the event that the term of
any officer appointed by the Governor with the advice and
consent of the Senate shall expire in the year nineteen hun-
dred and twenty-five or twenty-six, the Governor shall have
power to appoint a successor, who shall serve for the full
term subject to confirmation by the Senate at the regular
session to be held under this Article in the year nineteen
hundred and twenty-seven.

SEC. 6. The General Assembly shall meet on the first
Wednesday of January, nineteen hundred and twenty-four,
for a regular session, and shall not meet again for a regular
session until the first Wednesday of January, nineteen hun-
dred and twenty-seven, and the General Assembly shall
meet on the same day in every second year thereafter and at
no other time, unless convened by proclamation of the Gov-
ernor.

 

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