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Proceedings of the House, 1876
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1280 JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS [Mar. 28,
The bill entitled an Act to repeal Sections 51, 52 and 53,
of Article 16, of the Code of Public General Laws, title
"Chancery," sub-title "Injunction," and re enact the same
with amendments,
Was read a third time and passed by yeas and nays as
follows:
AFFIRMATIVE.
Messrs.
Smith, Speaker, Gwynn, McGlone,
Dunbar, Cockey, Stewart,
Mattingly, Neal, Chaisty,
Boyer, Purnell, Hess,
Usilton, Onley, Harig,
Robinson, Riggs, Sanders,
Hooper, Hinks, Scott,
Baldwin, Rutledge, Farrow,
Whitelock, Boyle, Ranger,
Curtis, Vandiver, Jones.
Given, Culbreth, Rawlings,
Fitzjarrell, Goldsborough, Brooke,
Laukford, Rusk, Brown,
Ford, Berkemeier, Donaldson,
Waters, of Dor., Lewis, Clark,
Snowden, McWilliams, Gordy,
Hance, Hoblitzell, Browning—51
NEGATIVE—None.
Said bill was then returned to the Senate.
The bill entitled an Act to repeal Section 177, of Article
93, of the Code of Public General Laws, title ''Testamentary
Law," sub-title "Guardian and Ward," and re-enact the
same with amendments,
Was read a second time and ordered to be engrossed for a
third reading,
Mr. Neal, Chairman of the Committee on Elections, sub-
mitted the following
REPORT.
To the Honorable, the House of Delegates of Maryland:
The Committee on Elections of the House of Delegates of
Maryland, to whom was referred the memorial of certain
citizens of Baltimore, praying that the election of members
of this House, held in the 1st Legislative District of that
city, on November 2nd, 1875, be declared null and void, re-
spectfully report:
Your Committee find that the memorialists are the candi-
dates presented by the Reform party at the recent election to
be voted for as members of this House. Before presenting


 
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