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290 MARYLAND MANUAL.

REFERENDUMS
WASHINGTON COUNTY
Chapter 318, Acts of 1931
An Act to add a new section to Article 22 of the Code of Public
Local Laws of Maryland (1930 Edition), title “Washington County,”
sub-title “County Commissioners,” said new section to be known as
Section 149A and to follow immediately after Section 149 of said
Article, authorizing and directing the County Commissioners of Wash-
ington County to pay to the Mayor and Council or the Burgess and
Commissioners of the incorporated cities and towns in said county
certain sums of money for the repair, maintenance and/or improve-
ment of streets and roads.
For the Referred Law 7,022
Against the Referred Law 9,188

CECIL COUNTY
Chapter 510, Acts of 1931
An Act to authorize and direct the Board of County Commissioners
of Cecil County to borrow upon the faith and credit of said county to
the amount of one million dollars ($1,000,000), and to issue and sell
bonds maturing annually therefor, the proceeds thereof to be used by
the State Roads Commission of Maryland for the construction and
improvement of roads and bridges in said county; to create a board to
be known as the Road Auxiliary Board of Cecil County and defining
its powers and duties; to provide for an annual levy on the assessable
property of Cecil County to pay interest and principal on said bonds
when due.
For the Referred Law 604
Against the Referred Law 5,553

LOCAL LAWS
GARRETT COUNTY
Chapter 349, Acts of 1931
For the School Bond Issue 317
Against the School Bond Issue 4,364

KENT COUNTY
Chestertown High School Bonds
For 489
Against 3,874

TO FILL VACANCIES IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
MARYLAND CAUSED BY DEATH
For Member of House of Delegates from Allegany County, vice Henry
P. Cook, dec’d.:
Republican—Robert B. Kimble 12,388
Democrat—Howard P. Loughrie 11,323
For Member of House of Delegates from Calvert County, vice James
C. Chaney, dec’d.:
Democrat—Malcolm Grahame 1,377
Republican—Owens S. Jones 1,825
For Member of House of Delegates from Washington County, vice
Aaron K. McGraw, dec’d.:
Democrat—Junius A. Love 9,591
Republican—J. Porney Young 8,638
Candidates shown in the General Election Returns and not nomi-
nated in the Primary Election qualified by filing the necessary Cer-
tificate of Nomination in compliance with the Election Laws.


 
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