one copy; to the Boards of County Commissioners, each one
copy; to the State's Attorneys, each one copy; to the Regis-
ter of Wills, each one copy; to the Mayor of Baltimore City
one copy; and fifty copies to the Q-overnor for distribution
among the Governors of the several States; and the remain-
ing copies shall be retained in the State Library, subject to
the disposition of the General Assembly ;
Which was read.
Mr. Tarr, of Caroline, submitted the following amend
Insert after the word "member," the words "and the
Secretary and Assistant Secretary ;"
Which was adopted.
Mr. Rennolds submitted the following amendment:
Insert after the word "Mayor," the words, "and Board of
Which was rejected.
The order, as amended, was then adopted.
The Convention then proceeded TO the consideration of
the following order, submitted bv the Committee :
Ordered, That the Conptroller of the Treasury contract
with George Colton, printer to the Convention, for the pub-
lication of the Constitution, in pamphlet form, with title
page, full list of members, officers, and Committees, on good
paper, with covers, properly glued and stitched, the number
of fifty thousand copies, of which ten thousand ———— copies
shall he in the German language, and forty thousand in the
English, to he distributed pro rata among the members of
this Convention, for distribution among the people. The
contractor for printing to have the same done up in packages
and delivered as directed to members of the Convention
within ten days after the adjournment of this Convention.
In consideration lor the printing and distribution of the
fifty thousand copies of the Constitution aforesaid, the said
George Colton is to be paid the sum of twenty-eight hundred
dollars, and for the faithful performance of this contract the
said Colton is to give a sufficient bond therefor.
Which was read.
Mr. Dobbin submitted the following amendment:
Insert after the word "people," the following: and the
Comptroller and Treasurer are hereby instructed to publish
the Constitution in the Baltimore Gazette, the Baltimore
Sun, and the Baltimore German Correspondent."