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Maryland Manual, 1907-08
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tions, and enforce the execution of the Laws; but shall
not take the command in person, without the consent of
the Legislature.
Scholle v. State, 90 Md. 733.
Duties. Sec. 9. He shall take care that the Laws are faithfully
Appointments. Sec. 10. He shall nominate, and by and with the ad-
vice and consent of the Senate, appoint all civil and mil-
itary officers of the State, whose appointment or election
is not otherwise herein provided for; unless a different
mode of appointment be prescribed by the Law creating:
the office.
Davis v. State, 7 Md. 151. Cantwell v. Owens, 14 Md. 215.
Scholle v. State, 90 Md. 743-
during recess,
Sec. ii. In case of any vacancy during the recess of
' the Senate, in any office which the Governor has power
to fill, he shall appoint some suitable person to said office,
whose commission shall continue in force until the end of
the next session of the Legislature, or until some other
person is appointed to the same office, whichever shall
first occur; and the nomination of the person thus ap-
pointed during the recess, or of some other person in his place,
shall be made to the Senate within thirty days
after the next meeting of the Legislature.
Watkins v. Watkins, a Md. 341. Cantwell v. Owens, 14 Md. 315-
Smoot v. Somerville, 59 Md. 84. Kroh v. Smoot, 62 Md. 178.
Ash v. McVey, 85 Md. 119. Sappington v. Slade, 91 Md. 645-
School Commissioners v. Goldsborough, 90 Md. 204.
Rejection by
Sec. 12. No person, after being rejected by the Senate,
shall be again nominated for the same office at the same
session, unless at the request of the Senate; or be ap-
pointed to the same office during the recess of the Legis-
Townsend v. Kurtz, 83 Md. 331.
Time of nomi-
Term of office.
Sec. 13. All civil officers appointed by the Governor
and Senate, shall be nominated to the Senate within fifty
days from the commencement of each regular session of
the Legislature; and their term of office, except in cases
otherwise provided for in this Constitution, shall com-
mence on the first Monday of May next ensuing their ap-
pointment, and continue for two years, (unless removed
from office), and until their successors, respectively,
qualify according to Law; but the term of office of the

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