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Proceedings and Debates of the 1864 Constitutional Convention
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NEGATIVE.

Messrs. Hatch, Parker,

Abbott, * Horsey, Purnell,

Annan, Jones, of Cecil, Russell,

Audoun, Keefer, ' Schlosser,

Baker, Kennard, Sneary,

Carter, King, ' Swope,

Cunningham, Larsh, Thomas,

Cushing, Mayhugh, Todd,

Dellinger, Mullikin, Valliant,

Farrow, Murray, Wickard,

Galloway, Negley, Woodenó32.

So the question upon its adoption was decided in the
negative.

Upon the aforegoing question, Mr, Stockbridge refused to
vote.

The question recurring upon the adoption of the report of
the Committee.

Mr. Thomas submitted the following amendment:

Strike out all after the word "Maryland, " and insert the
words "the said Constitution shall contain an elaborate index
prepared with reference to articles and sections, and also to
the page. The said Constitution shall be printed in the best
style, (with side notes, ) on fair white paper, with large fair
type, and well bound, and shall contain the names of the
members of this Convention, and a certificate of the Clerk of
the Court of Appeals that it is a true copy of the Constitution
passed by this Convention; and the cost shall not exceed two
dollars per copy, and the State Librarian shall distribute said
copies of the Constitution as follows:

One copy to each member of the Convention, to the Governor,
Lieutenant Governor, Comptroller, Treasurer, Attorney Gen-
eral, Adjutant General, Superintendent of Public Education
and Commissioner of Land Office, each one copy; to the
Judges and Clerks of. the Circuit Courts and the Courts of
Baltimore city each ode copy; to the Judges and the Clerk of
the Court of Appeals each one copy; to the Orphans' Courts
of the State each one copy; to the State's Attorneys each one
copy; to the Register of Wills each one copy; to the Boards of
County Commissioners each one copy; to the Mayor of Balti-
more city one copy, and fifty copies to the Governor for dis-
tribution among the Governors of the several States.

And the remaining copies shall be retained in the State
Library, subject to the disposition of the General Assembly. "

 

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