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Session Laws, 1961 (Special Session), House and Senate Journals
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County shall levy annually, at the time taxes are levied for general
county purposes, a tax upon all the property assessed for county
tax purposes, within the said County, in an amount sufficient to
meet the principal and interest of said bonds so long as any of them
shall be outstanding; provided, however, that if the interest matures
on any one or more of said issues before the annual levy, or before a
sufficient amount of taxes levied for the purposes of paying said
interest is collected, the said County Commissioners may pay said
interest out of the proceeds of the sale of said issue or issues. The
County Commissioners shall offer said bonds for sale to the highest
bidder by sealed bids delivered at a place and time mentioned and
described in one or more advertisements inserted in at least two
newspapers published in said County, and in papers in nearby cities
as directed by the County Commissioners. The said Commissioners
may adopt such rules and regulations relating to said bonds and
offering as they may deem advisable. The proceeds derived from
the sale of said bonds up to and including the sum of $600, 000. 00 shall
be paid to or for the use of Anne Arundel General Hospital in the
City of Annapolis for the purposes in this Act specified. "

Which amendment was read and concurred in.

Amendment No. 3—In line 1 of Section 2 on Page 2 of the third
reading file bill, strike out the numeral "2" and insert in lieu thereof
the numeral "4".

Which amendment was read and concurred in.

Mr. Boone, duly seconded, moved that the House concur in the
Senate amendments.

Said motion prevailed and the Senate amendments were concurred

The bill, as amended, was passed by yeas and nays as follows:


Messrs. —

Speaker, Combs, Fowler, Boyer, Joiner, Brockmeyer, Larrimore, McNulty, Melvin,
Ridout, Whitmore, Dowell, Linton, Mitchell, Boone, Culver, MacDaniel, Maguire, Staten,
Tyler, Harrison, Latham, Lowe, Long, Parks, Quinn, Bennett, Corkran, Matthews,
Merry-weather, Burkley, Harris, Mackie, Garbelman, Machen, Nichols, Sasscer, Sickles,
Eaton, Risley, Hickman, Pilchard, Polk, Collins, Houck, Smelser, Utterback, Virts, Getz,
Hess, Moore, Davis, Blades, Wise, Bullock, Dembowski, Kosakowski, Nowakowski, Silk,
Walters, Antonelli, Holub, Panuska, Urban, Acker, Brooks, Curran, Gallagher, McNeal,
O'Malley, Abramson, Dixon, Friedman, Robinson, Rombro, Welcome, Bacharach, Cardin,
Mandel, Resnick, Silver, Stark, Baumann, Baynes, Bittner, Corrigan, McGuirk, Myers,
Cohill, Coss, Geiger, Huyett, Mason, McElwee, Barbee, Cook, (E. P. ), Lee, Walker,
Woodward, Cook, (N. S. ), Kelley, Reed, Walsh, Hahn, Hale, Magin, O'Farrell, Clark,
Murray, Caldwell, Cannon, Hanna, White, Bray, Buckel, Savage. Total—118


The Secretary of State appeared and delivered a message from the


Annapolis, Maryland, June 9, 1961.
Mr. Speaker and Members of the House of Delegates:

This is to express my thanks and appreciation to all of you for the
excellent work you have done in this special session.


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