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Session Laws, 1962 (Special Session 2), House and Senate Journals
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18 JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS [May 25

House Bill No. 2—By the Speaker:

A Bill entitled: "An Act to propose an amendment to Section 5 of
Article III of the Constitution of Maryland, title 'Legislative Department',
revising the provisions concerning the membership of the House of
Delegates and the representation of the several political sub-divisions
therein, and submitting this amendment to the qualified voters of the
State for adoption or rejection. "

Approved by the Rules Committee and referred to the Committee
on Judiciary.

RECESS

At 11: 45 o'clock A. M., on motion of Mr. Boone, the House took a
recess until 1: 30 o'clock P. M.

AFTER RECESS

At 1: 30 o'clock P. M., the House resumed its session.
Present at roll call were the following Members:

Messrs. —

Speaker, Fowler, Boyer, Joiner, Brockmeyer, Larrimore, McNulty, Melyin, Ri-
dout, Whitmore, Dowell, Hance, Linton, Mitchell, Boone, Culver, MacDaniel, Ma-
guire, Staten, Tyler, Latham, Lowe, Butler, Long, Quinn, Bennett, Corkran, Mat-
thews, Merry weather, Harris, Mackie, Garbelman, Machen, Nichols, Sasscer, Sickles,
Eaton, Risley, Pilchard, Polk, Collins, Davis, Hess, Moore, Bullock, Dembowski,
Kosakowski, Nowakowski, Silk, Antonelli, Behounek, Hedrick, Panuska, Urban,
Acker, Brooks, McNeal, O'Malley, Abramson, Rombro, Cardin, Mandel, Resnick,
Silver, Stark, Baumann, Baynes, Bittner, Corrigan, McGuirk, Myers, Cohill,
Grumbacher, Mason, McElwee, White, R. T., Browning, Cook, E. P., Hostetler, Lee,
Cook, N. S., Driscoll, Reed, Walsh, Hale, Magin. Caldwell, White, E. H., Bray,
Buckel, Savage. Total—92

VETOED BILLS

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

Annapolis, Md., April 6, 1962.

Honorable George W. Della
President of the Senate
State House
Annapolis, Maryland

Dear Mr. President:

I am advised that as a result of a Constitutional Amendment adopted
by the voters of our State in 1960, it is unnecessary for me to return to
your Honorable Body my veto messages on Bills passed during the 1962
Session and subsequently vetoed by me.

However, as a courtesy to you and the other members of the Senate,
I am making available to you copies of all of my veto messages in order
that your Body will be fully familiar with my reasons for taking the
action that I have taken on vetoed Bills.

I have today > vetoed Senate Bill No. 35. This Bill pertained to
Inheritance Tax on small estates, consisting solely of two or less motor
vehicles.


 

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