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Maryland Manual, 1969-70
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(c) This section is alternative to, and cumulative with,
the methods of retirement and removal provided in Sections
3 and 4 of this Article, and in Section 26 of Article III of
this Constitution.
The Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals shall be the
administrative head of the Judicial system of the State. He
shall from time to time require, from each of the judges of
the Circuit Courts for the several counties, of the Supreme
Bench of Baltimore City, of the District Court and of any
intermediate courts of appeal, reports as to the judicial
work and business of each of the judges and their respec-
tive courts. He may, in case of a vacancy, or of the illness,
disqualification or other absence of a judge or for the
purpose of relieving an accumulation of business in any
court assign any judge except a judge of the Orphans'
Court to sit temporarily in any court except an Orphans'
Court. Any judge assigned by the Chief Judge of the Court
of Appeals pursuant to this section shall have all the power
and authority pertaining to a judge of the court to which
he is so assigned; and his power and authority shall con-
tinue with respect to all cases (including any motion, or
other matters incidental thereto) which may come before
him by virtue of such assignment until his action thereon
shall be completed. In the absence of the Chief Judge of the
Court of Appeals the provisions of this section shall be
applicable to the senior judge present in said Court of
Appeals. The powers of the Chief Judge under the afore-
going provisions of this section shall be subject to such
rules and regulations, if any, as the Court of Appeals may
make. The Court of Appeals from time to time shall make
rules and regulations to revise the practice and procedure
in and the administration of the appellate courts and in the
other courts of this State, which shall have the force of law
until rescinded, changed or modified by the Court of Ap-
peals or otherwise by law. The power of courts other than
the Court of Appeals to make rules of practice and proce-
dure, or administrative rules, shall be subject to the rules
and regulations prescribed by the Court of Appeals or
otherwise by law.
Part VI.District Court
The District Court shall have the original jurisdiction
prescribed by law. Jurisdiction of the District Court shall
be uniform throughout the State; except that in Montgom

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