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for Baltimore City shall have the power tc appoint a
Deputy and sach other Assistants as the Supreme Bench of
[Batimore] BALTIMOBE City may authorize or approve and
until otherwise provided by the General Assembly, the
said State's Attorney, Deputy and Assistants shall
receive the following annual salaries: State's Attorney,
seven thousand five hundred dollars; Deputy state's
Attorney, five thousand dollars; Assistant State's
Attorneys, four thousand dollars each; said salaries, or
such salaries as the General Assembly may subsequently
provide and such expenses for conducting the office of
the Stare's Attorney as the Supreme Bench of Baltimore
City may authorize or approve shall be paid by the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to the extent that the
total of them exceeds the fees of his office, or as the
General Assembly shall otherwise provide, and the Hayor
and City Council of Baltimore shall not be liable for
appearance fees to the State's Attorney.
[[SECTION 4.]1 SECTION 5. AND BE IT FURTHEP
ENACTED, That the aforegoing section hereby proposed as
an amendment to the Constitution of Maryland, at the next
general election to be held in this State in November,
1976, shall be submitted to the legal and qualified
voters thereof for their adoption or rejection in
pursuance of directions contained in Article XIV of the
Constitution of this State. At that general election,
the vote on this proposed amendment to the Constitution
shall be by ballot, and upon each ballot there shall be
printed the words "For the Constitutional Amendments" and
"Against the Constitutional Amendments," as now provided
by law. Immediately after the election, all returns
shall be made to the Governor of the vote for and against
the proposed amendment, as directed by Article XIV of the
Constitution, and further proceedings had in accordance
with Article XIV.
Approved May 17, 1976.
CHAPTER 546
(Senate Bill 817)
AN ACT concerning
Temporary Assignment of Former Judges
FOR the purpose of granting the Chief Judge of the Court
of Appeals, upon majority approval of the Court of
Appeals, the authority to assign temporarily certain
former Judges to sit in any State Court, with an
exception; and submitting this amendment to the
qualified voters of the State of Maryland for their


 
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