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Session Laws, 1927
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ALBERT C. RITCHIE. GOVERNOR. 1637

WHEREAS, He was again elected an Associate Judge of the
Supreme Bench of Baltimore City on the 2nd day of Novem-
ber, 1926, for the full term of fifteen years from the time of
his election and qualification, and until his successor is duly
elected and qualified, or until he shall have attained the age
of seventy years; and

WHEREAS, The said, the Honorable H. Arthur Stump, has,
since the time of his appointment, as aforesaid, discharged his
duties as Associated Judge of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore
City and acted, and is now acting, as such Associate Judge,
with conspicious ability, and will, on the 13th day of Febru-
ary, 1927, if his life is prolonged, attain the age of seventy
years, when his term of office will expire, unless, it is extended
by the General Assembly of the State by resolution pursuant
to Section 3 of Article IV of the Constitution of the State;
and

WHEREAS, The General Assembly of the State of Maryland,
reposing the fullest confidence in the ability, integrity, wisdom
and sound legal knowledge of the said Honorable H. Arthur
Stump, deems it compatible with the public welfare to extend
his term of service; therofore,

SECTION 1. Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the
State of Maryland,, That the term of service of the Honorable
H. Arthur Stump, Associate Judge of the Supreme Bench of
Baltimore City, Be and the same is hereby extended until the
Tuesday after the first Monday in November, in the year 1931,
and until his successor is elected and qualified; and

SEC. 2. Be it further likewise resolved. That this resolu-
tion is hereby declared to be an emergency law and necessary
for the immediate preservation of the public health (or safety)
and being passed by a yea and nay vote supported by three-
fifths of all the members, elected to each of the two Houses of
the General Assembly, and the same shall take effect from the
date of its passage.

Approved March 11, 1927.

 

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