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of which ten days notice at the least, excluding
the day of notice and the day of election, shall be
given.
Sec. 7. And be it enacted, That so much of the thirty-seventh
article of the constitution as provides that
no senator or delegate to the General Assembly, if he
shall qualify as such, shall hold or execute any office
of profit during the time for which he shall be
elected, shall be and the same is hereby repealed.
SEC. 8. And be it enacted, That no senator or delegate
to the General Assembly, shall during the time
for which he was elected, be appointed to any civil office
under the constitution and laws of this State, which
shall have been created, or the emoluments thereof
shall have been increased during such time; and no senator
or delegate, during the time he shall continue to
act as such, shall be eligible to any civil office whatever.
SEC. 9. And be it enacted, that at the election for
delegates to the General Assembly, for the December
session of the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and
thirty-eight, and at each succeeding election for delegates,
until after the next census shall have been taken
and officially promulgated, five delegates shall be elected
in and for Baltimore city, and one delegate in and
for the city of Annapolis, until the promulging of the
census for the year eighteen hundred and forty, when
the city of Annapolis shall be deemed and taken as a
part of Anne Arundel county, and her right to a separate
delegation shall cease; five delegates in and for
Baltimore county; five delegates in and for Frederick
county, and four delegates in and for Anne Arundel
county, and four delegates in and for each of the several
counties respectively, hereinafter mentioned, to wit:
Dorchester, Somerset, Worcester, Prince George's,
Harford, Montgomery, Carroll and Washington; and
three delegates in and for each of the several counties
respectively, hereinafter next mentioned, to wit: Cecil,
Kent, Queen Ann's, Caroline, Talbot, Saint Mary's,
Charles, Calvert and Allegany.
SEC. 10. And be it enacted, That from and after the
period when the next census shall have been taken and
officially promulged, and from and after the official
promulgation of every second census thereafter,

 
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