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Session Laws, 1962 (Special Session 1), House and Senate Journals
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94 JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS [March 9

Walters, Antonelli, Holub, Panuska, Urban, Acker, Brooks, Brown, Curran, McNeal,
O'Malley, Abramson, Dixon, Friedman, Imber, Rombro, Welcome, Bacharach, Cardin,
Mandel, Resnick, Silver, Stark, Baumann, Baynes, Bittner, Corrigan, McGuirk, Myers,
Cohill, Geiger, Grumbacher, Mason, McElwee, White (R. T. ), Barbee, Cook (E. P. ),
Hostetler, Lee, Walker, Woodward, Conlon, Cook (N. S. ), Driscoll, Kelley, Reed, Walsh,
Hahn, Hale, Magin, Clark, Murray, Caldwell, Cannon, Hanna, White (E. H. ), Bray,
Buckel, Savage. Totaló117

NEGATIVEóNONE

House Bill No. 5óBy the Prince George's County Delegation:

Subject: "PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY", sub-title "GEORGE
WASHINGTON MEMORIAL PARKWAY", FOR FINANCING THE
ACQUISITION OF LANDS TO BE USED FOR A PORTION OF THE
GEORGE WASHINGTON MEMORIAL PARKWAY IN PRINCE
GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND.

Amended in the Senate.

Amendment to House Bill No. 5
By the Committee:

In line 17 of Section 464D (1) on page 2 of the third reading file bill,
in lines 4 and 21 of Section 464D (3) on page 3 of the third reading file
bill, in line 5 of Section 464D (4) on page 3 of the third reading file
bill, and in line 3 of Section 464D (5) on page 5 of the third reading
file bill, strike out in each instance the word "will" and insert in lieu
thereof the word "may".

Which amendment was read and concurred in.

Mr. Sasscer, duly seconded, moved that the House concur in the
Senate amendment.

Said motion prevailed and the Senate amendment was concurred in.
The bill, as amended, was passed by yeas and nays as follows:

AFFIRMATIVE

Messrs. ó

Speaker, Combs, Fowler, Joiner, Brockmeyer, McNulty, Melvin, Whitmore, Dowell,
Hance, Linton, Mitchell, Boone, Culver, MacDaniel, Maguire, Staten, Tyler, Harrison,
Latham, Lowe, Butler, Long, Quinn, Bennett, Corkran, Matthews, Merryweather,
Burkley, Harris, Mackie, Garbelman, Machen, Nichols, Sasscer, Sickles, Risley, Hick-
man, Pilchard, Polk, Collins, Houck, Payne Smelser, Virts, Davis, Getz, Hess, Moore,
Blades, Wise, Bullock, Dembowski, Kosakowski, Nowakowski, Silk, Walters, Antonelli,
Behounek, Holub, Panuska, Urban, Acker, Brooks, Brown, Curran, McNeal, O'Malley,
Abramson, Dixon, Friedman, Imber, Rombro, Welcome, Bacharach, Cardin, Mandel,
Resnick, Silver, Stark, Baumann, Baynes, Bittner, Corrigan, McGuirk, Myers, Cohill,
Geiger, Mason, McElwee, White (R. T. ), Barbee, Cook (E. P. ), Hostetler, Lee, Walker,
Woodward, Conlon, Cook (N. S. ), Kelley, Reed, Walsh, Hahn, Hale, Magin, Clark,
Murray, Caldwell, Cannon, Hanna, White (E. H. ), Bray, Buckel, Savage. Totaló114

NEGATIVEóNONE

House Bill No. 20óBy the Anne Arundel County Delegation:

Subject: "ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY", sub-title "CHAPTER 8.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS", TO REVISE THE LAWS LICENS-
ING AND REGULATING ELECTRICIANS.

Amended in the Senate.


 

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