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Maryland Manual, 1902
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Inspectors of Tobacco shall commence on the first Mon-
day of March next ensuing their appointment.

Dyer v. Bayne, 54 Md. 87. Smoot v. Somerville, 59 Md. 84.
Merrill v. School Commrs. Garrett Co., 70 Md. 269. Commrs.
Calvert Co. v. Hellen, 72 Md. 603. Sappington v. Slade, 91 Md.


Sec. 14. If a vacancy shall occur during the session of
the Senate, in any office which the Governor and Senate
have the power to fill , the Governor shall nominate to
the Senate, before its final adjournment, a proper person
to fill said vacancy, unless such vacancy occurs within
ten days before said final adjournment.

Smoot v. Somerville, 59 Md, 84,

Vacancy dur-
ing session.

Sec. 15. The Governor may suspend or arrest any mil-
itary officer of the State for disobedience of orders or
other military offence; and may remove him in pursuance
of the sentence of a. Court Martial; and may remove for
incompetency or misconduct, all civil officers who re-
ceived appointment from the Executive for a term of

Cantwell v. Owens, 14 Md., 215. Harman v. Harwood, 58
Md , J. Townsend v. Kurtz, 83 Md., 331. School Commrs, v.
Goldsborough, 90 Md., 195.

Courts mar-

Sec. 16. The Governor shall convene the Legislature,
or the Senate alone, on extraordinary occasions; and
whenever from the presence of an enemy, or from any
other cause, the Seat of Government shall become an
unsafe place for the meeting of the Legislature, he may
direct their sessions to be held at some other convenient

Extra sessions
of Legisla-

Sec. 17. To guard against hasty or partial legislation
and encroachments of the Legislative Department upon
the co-ordinate, Executive and Judicial Departments,
every Bill which shall have passed the House of Dele-
gates, and the Senate shall, before it becomes a law, be
presented to the Governor of the State; if he approve
he shall sign it, but if not he shall return it with his
objections to the House in which it originated, which
House shall enter the objections at large on its Journal
and proceed to reconsider the Bill; if, after such recon-

Veto power.

sideration, three-fifths of the members elected to that
House shall pass the Bill, it shall be sent with the
objections to the other House, by which it shall like-
wise be reconsidered, and if it pass by three-fifths of
the members elected to that House it shall become a

Vetoed bills:
bow passed.

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