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Maryland Manual, 1948-49
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MARYLAND MANUAL 361.

For the purpose of this Article only the word "officers"
shall be construed to include those holding positions and
other places of employment in the State and county gov-
ernments whose terms are fixed by law, but it shall not
include any appointments made by the Board of Public
Works, nor appointments by the Governor for terms of
three years..

SEC. 12. The General Assembly, at the regular session
of the year nineteen hundred and twenty-four, shall make
such changes in the primary and general election laws, and
otherwise, as may be necessary to carry out the provisions
of this Article. There shall be no election for State or
county officers in the year nineteen hundred and twenty-
five..

SEC. 13. In the event of any inconsistency between the
provisions of this Article and any of the other provisions
of the Constitution, the provisions of this Article shall pre-
vail, and all other provisions shall be repealed or abrogated
to the extent of such inconsistency..

VOTE ON THE CONSTITUTION.

For the purpose of ascertaining the sense of the people
of this State in regard to the adoption or rejection of this
Constitution, the Governor shall issue his proclamation
within five days after the adjournment of this convention,
directed to the Sheriffs of the City of Baltimore and of the
several counties of this State, commanding" them to give
notice in the manner now prescribed by law in reference to
the election of members of the House of Delegates, that an
election for the adoption or rejection of this Constitution
will be held in the City of Baltimore, and in the several
counties of this State, on Wednesday, the eighteenth, day
of September, in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven,
at the usual places of holding elections for members of the
House of Delegates in said city and counties. At the said
election the vote shall be by ballot, and upon each ballot
there shall be written or printed the words, "For the Con-
stitution," or "Against the Constitution," as the voter may
elect; and the provisions of the laws of this State relating
to the holding of general elections for members of the House
of Delegates, shall in all respects apply to and regulate the
holding of the said election. It shall be the duty of the
judges of election in said city and in the several counties of
the State to receive, accurately count and duly return the
number of ballots so cast for or against the adoption of this.

 

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