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The Annotated Code of the Public General Laws of Maryland, 1939
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General Provisions.

or to be continued and completed

1-2. Executive and administrative de-

by department taking over its


powers, rights, etc.

3. All officers, boards, etc., to be in one

7. Orders, rules, etc., to continue unless

of executive and administrative de-

revoked, etc.


8. Contracts and obligations to be per-

4. Transfer of power, functions, books,

formed by successor.


9. Exemptions from merit system law to

5. Persons in classified service in depart-


ment abolished or superseded, eli-

10. Co-operation and co-ordination of

gible in superseding department.

work; reduction of force.

6. Hearings, prosecutions, etc., continued

11. Powers, etc., transferred.

1 As to the authority of the Governor as commander-in-chief of the militia, see art. 65,
sec. 6, et seq.

As to the taking of the oath by the Governor, see art. 70, sec. 1.

As to the Governor's issuing commissions to persons elected to office after inquiry of
the comptroller, see art. 69, sec. 3, and art. 33, sec. 132.

As to the executive department, see art. 2 of Md. Constitution.


Executive I


12. Governor head of.

36. Waiver of extradition proceedings.

37. Non-waiver by State.


38. Right of asylum.

13. Definitions.

39. Interpretation.

14. Fugitives from justice.

40. Severability; uniform law.

15. Form of demand.


16. Governor may investigate.
17-18. Extradition of persons imprisoned,

41. Governor's advisory council.
42. Custody of great seal; when to be


used; bills to be sealed with; how

19. Governor's warrant of arrest.
20. Manner and place of execution.
21. Authority of arresting officer.

bills to be approved.
43. Signature to accompany sealing of all
public documents.

22. Rights of accused.

44. Signing and sealing patents.

23. Penalty.

45. May seal certified copies of laws and

24. Confinement.


25. Arrest prior to requisition.

46. To issue death warrants.

26-27. Commitment; bail; condition of

47. May remit forfeited recognizances,



28. Extension of time of commitment.

48. Not part belonging to an informer.

29. Forfeiture of bail.

49. Nolle prosequi, terms of granting.

30. Persons under criminal prosecution.

50. May remit fine imposed by court-

31. Guilt or innocence.


32. Recall of warrant.

51. May summon witnesses in case of

33. Fugitives from State.

complaint against civil or military

34. Application for requisition.

officers, whom he may remove or

35. Immunity from service of process.



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