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Amendments to Maryland Constitutions
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An act to alter and change such parts of the Constitution
and Form of Government as relate to the division of
Anne-Arundel County into Election Districts, and to
change the place of holding Elections in the Second
Election District of said County.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That from and after the passage of this act, the polls for the second
election district of Anne-Arundel county shall be held at
the house of Jacob Waters, near the blacksmith's shop, on the
main road leading from the city of Annapolis to the city of
Washington.
2. And be it enacted, That all that part of the second election
district of Anne-Arundel county, lying out of the city of Annapolis,
shall constitute and compose the second election district of
said county.
3. And be it enacted, That the city of Annapolis shall
constitute
the sixth election district of said county for all elections
hereafter to be held for sheriffs, electors of president and vice-
president,
and electors of the senate of this state, and for a member
of congress, which said elections shall be held by the mayor,
recorder, and aldermen of the said city, or any three or more of
them, at such place within the said city as they may appoint.
4. And be it enacted, That the mayor, recorder, and aldermen of
said city, or a majority of them, authorised to hold elections as
aforesaid, shall make return under their hands and seals, within
the time prescribed by law, of the votes taken by them at any
election held in virtue of this act, to the presiding judges of the
other election districts of said county.
5. And be it enacted, That the presiding judges of the said
election
districts, in making out their returns, shall compute and receive
as a part of the votes taken at any such election, the returns
made to them by virtue of this act, by the said mayor, recorder
and aldermen.
6. And be it enacted, That all such parts of the constitution
and form of government as are repugnant to the provisions of
this act, be and the same are hereby repealed.
7. And be it enacted, That if this act shall be confirmed by the
general assembly after the next election of delegates, in the first
session after such new election, as the constitution and form of
government direct, that in such case this act, and the alterations
and amendments of the constitution and form of government
therein contained, shall be taken and considered, and shall constitute
and be valid, as a part of the said constitution and form
of government, any thing in the said constitution and form of
government to the contrary notwithstanding.

 
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