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Session Laws, 1958, (Special Session 2), House and Senate Journals
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26 JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS [June 13

The bill was read the third time and passed by yeas and nays as
follows:

AFFIRMATIVE

Messrs.—

Speaker, Combs, Raley, Harris (R. B.), Kirkland, Melvin, Ridout, Tawney, Wade,
Whitmore, Dowell, Hance, Jenkins, Parran, Boone, Brewster, Culver, Jackson, Maguire,
Staten, Harrison, Lowe, Quinn, Riggin, Simpkins, Adams, Bennett, Brinsfield, Corkran,
Mackie, Loveless, Machen, Nichols, Sasscer, Sickles, Wilkinson, Eaton, Risley, Polk,
Stevens, Derr, Harris (S. P.), Payne, Virts, Utterback, Hatem, Moore, Tydings, Blades,
Hughes (H.), Dabrowski, Milanicz, Mrozinski, Nowakowski, Silk, Walters, Antonelli,
Bartos, Hedrick, Mach, Urban, Acker, Brooks, Buffington, Culotta, Kenney, McNeal,
Abramson, Cole, Priedman, Hatchett, Pollack, Robinson, Bacharach, Mandel, Silver,
Baynes, Corrigan, Hodges, Loose, Myers (W. J.), Ankeney, Berkson, Bloom,
Brewer, Huyett, Porter, Gude, Lee, Schweinhaut, Woodward, Cook, Driscoll, Hughes
(G. R.), Williams, Reed Barnes, Kahn, Smith, Murray, Cannon, Larmore, Edwards,
Glotfelty. Total—104

NEGATIVE—NONE
Said bill was then sent to the Senate.

INTRODUCTION OF SENATE BILLS
Senate Bill No. 1—By The President:

A Bill entitled "An Act to add a new Section 19A to Article 95A of the
Annotated Code of Maryland (1957 Edition), title 'Unemployment Insur-
ance Law', sub-title 'Reciprocal Arrangements', to follow immediately
after Section 19 thereof, authorizing and directing the Executive Director
of the Department of Employment Security to enter into an agreement on
behalf of the State of Maryland with the United States Secretary of Labor
acting on behalf of the United States, whereunder the Department of Em-
ployment Security of the State of Maryland will act as agent of the United
States to carry out and fully participate in the provisions of the "Tempo-
rary Unemployment Compensation Act of 1958' (Public Law 441, 85th
Congress) under such conditions, rules and regulations as are specifically
contemplated by said 'Temporary Unemployment Compensation Act of
1958'."

The bill was read the first time and referred to the Committee on Rules.

Senate Bill No. 2—By The President:

A Bill entitled "An Act making an emergency appropriation for the
payment of the expenses of the General Assembly of Maryland for the
Second Extraordinary Session of 1958."

The bill was read the first time and referred to the Committee on Rules.

REPORT OF RULES COMMITTEE

On motion of Mr. Boone, duly seconded, and two-thirds of the
members-elect voting in the affirmative, the rules were suspended by yeas
and nays as follows for the purpose of reporting Senate Bill No. 1.

AFFIRMATIVE

Messrs.—

Speaker, Combs, Raley, Harris (R. B.), Joiner, Kirkland, Melvin, Ridout, Tawney,
Wade, Whitmore, Dowell, Hance, Jenkins, Parran, Boone, Brewster, Culver, Jackson,
Maguire, Staten, Harrison, Lowe, Quinn, Riggin, Simpkins, Adams, Bennett, Brinsfield,
Corkran, Mackie, Loveless, Machen, Nichols, Sasscer, Sickles, Wilkinson, Eaton, Risley,
Polk, Stevens, Derr, Harris (S. F.), Payne, Smelser, Virts, Utterback, Hatem, Moore,
Blades, Hughes (H.), Dabrowski, Milanicz, Mrozinski, Nowakowski, Silk, Walters, An-
tonelli, Bartos, Hedrick, Mach, Urban, Acker, Brooks, Buffington, Culotta, Kenney,

 

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