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Maryland Manual, 1885
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No PRIVATE PROPERTY can, be .taken .for public use
without just compensation. Art. III, Sec. 49, Const.
DUELLIST AND THOSE WHO ASSIST in a duel are debarred
from. holding office, unless relieved by Act of Legisla-
ture. Act. III, Sec. 41, Const. ,
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY shall pass laws necessary for
the preservation of the purity of elections. Art. III,
Sec. 42, Const.
LAWS SHALL BE PASSED to protect a reasonable amount
of property of the debtor, not exceeding $500 in value,
from executive. Art. III, Sec. 44, Const..
shall be made uniform by the Legislature, and must be
raised by fees of the office; such compensation not to
exceed $3500 over office and clerical expenses. Art. III,
Sec. 45, Const.
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY shall have power to receive
from the United States, any grant or donation of land,
money, or securities, for any purpose designated by the
United States, and shall administer or distribute the
same according to the conditions of the said grant. Art.
III, Sec. 46, Const.
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY shall make provision for all
cases of contested elections not provided for in the con-
stitution. Art. III, Sec. 47, Const.
CORPORATIONS may be formed under the general in-
corporation Act; but shall not be created by special Act,
except for municipal purposes, and except on cases where
no general laws exist, providing for the creation of cor-
porations of the same general character as the corpora-
tion proposed to be created; and any Act of incorpora-
tion, passed in violation of this provision, is void. All
charters granted, or adopted, in pursuance of Sec. 48,
Art. III, Const., and all charters heretofore granted and
created, subject to repeal or modification, may be
altered from time to time, or be repealed; provided,
nothing herein contained shall be construed to extend
to banks, or the incorporation thereof. Art. III, Sec. 48,
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY has power to regulate, not in-
consistent with the constitution, all matters relating to
the Judges of Election, time, place and manner of hold-
ing elections, and of making returns thereof. Art. III, .
Sec. 49, Const. . .

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