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Session Laws, 1956
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362                                           Vetoes

Code (1951 Edition and 1955 Supplement), title "Revenue and
Taxes", sub-title "Income Tax", to follow immediately after Section
283 (D-l) thereof, providing for the imposition of a tax at the rate
of one-half of one per centum on the net income of certain corpora-
tions, and for the disposition of the proceeds of such tax; to author-
ize and direct the said Authority and the Mayor and City Council
of Baltimore to provide by agreement for the apportionment of the
duty to perform the functions, obligations and requirements now
vested in the said Mayor and City Council by Section 6 (10) of the
Charter of Baltimore City (1949 Edition), title "City of Baltimore",
sub-title "General Powers", sub-heading "Harbor, Docks and
Wharves", by Section 6 (24A) of said Charter, title "City of Balti-
more", sub-title "General Powers", sub-heading "Port Develop-
ment", as said section was enacted by Chapter 200 of the Acts of
1951 and amended by Chapter 753 of the Acts of 1953, and by Sec-
tions 321 to 326, inclusive, and Section 641 of the Code of Public
Local Laws of Baltimore City (1949 Edition), being Article 4 of
the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland, title "Baltimore City",
sub-title "Harbor, Docks and Wharves"; relating generally to cer-r
tain officers and employees of the Mayor and City Council of Balti-
more and to their transfer to the employment of the Authority;
providing for arbitration as between the Authority and the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore in the reapportionment of the duty
to perform the said functions, obligations and requirements and in
the transfer of the said employees; terminating the power of the
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore under certain conditions to
issue or sell certain stock or certificates of indebtedness; and relat-
ing generally to the Maryland Port Authority, its powers, duties
and operations.                                                                   

April 4, 19561

Honorable John C. Luber
Speaker of the House of Delegates
State House
Annapolis, Maryland

Dear Mr. Speaker:

I am returning herewith, without my signature, House Bill No. 156.

This Bill is identical with Senate Bill No. 1, passed during the
Special Session of the General Assembly on March 8th, and which is
now Chapter 3 of the Acts of 1956.

Therefore, House Bill No. 156 is vetoed.

Sincerely,                             

(s) Theodore R. McKeldin,

Governor.
TRMcK/tk

 

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