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Session Laws, 1962 (Special Session 2), House and Senate Journals
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1962] OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES 53
FIRST READING OF SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION

Senate Joint Resolution No. 1—By Senators Malkus and Weant:

A Joint Resolution of the General Assembly of Maryland directed
against the construction given by the judiciary to the Fourteenth Amend-
ment in cases concerning reapportionment of State legislatures and the
conduct of State elections.

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

RECESS

At 9: 10 o'clock P. M., on motion of Mr. Boone, the House took a
recess until 10: 30 o'clock A. M.

AFTER RECESS

At 12: 00 Noon, Legislative Day, May 29, 1962; Calendar Day May
30, 1962, the House resumed its session.

Present at roll call were the following members:

Messrs. —

Speaker, Combs, Fowler, Boyer, Joiner, Brockmeyer, Larrimore, McNulty, Ri-
dout, Whitmore, Dowell, Hance, Linton, Boone, Culver, MacDaniel, Maguire, Staten,
Tyler, Harrison, Latham, Lowe, Butler, Quinn, Bennett, Corkran, Matthews, Merry-
weather, Burkley, Harris, Mackie, Garbelman, Machen, Sasscer, Sickles, Eaton,
Risley, Hickman, Pilchard, Collins, Houck, Payne, Smelser, Burall, Virts, Davis, Getz,
Hess, Blades, Wise, Bullock, Dembowski, Kosakowski, Nowakowski, Silk, Walters,
Antonelli, Behounek, Hedrick, Panuska, Urban, Acker, Brooks, Brown, Curran,
McNeal, O'Malley, Abramson, Friedman, Rombro, Bacharach, Cardin, Mandel,
Resnick, Silver, Stark Baumann, Baynes, Bittner, Corrigan, McGuirk, Myers, Cohill,
Geiger, Grumbacher, Mason, McElwee, White, R. T., Browning, Cook, E. P., Hostet-
ler, Lee, Woodward, Cook, N. S., Driscoll, Walsh, Hahn, Hale, Magin, O'Farrell,
Clark, Murray, Caldwell, Cannon, Hanna, White, E. H., Bray, Buckel. Total—102

INTRODUCTION OF BILL

House Bill No. 16—By Mr. Hahn:

A Bill entitled: "An Act to propose an amendment to Section 5 of
Article III of the Constitution of Maryland, title 'Legislative Department*
to provide for the value of the votes of members of the House of Delegates
of Maryland and submitting this amendment to the qualified voters of
the State for adoption or rejection. "

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

QUORUM CALL

The Speaker announced a quorum call, resulting as follows:

Messrs. —

Speaker, Combs, Fowler, Boyer, Joiner, Brockmeyer, Larrimore, McNulty, Ri-
dout, Whitmore, Dowell, Hance, Linton, Boone, MacDaniel, Maguire, Staten, Tyler,
Latham, Lowe, Butler, Quinn, Bennett, Corkran, Matthews, Merryweather, Burk-
ley, Harris, Mackie, Garbelman, Machen, Sasscer, Sickles, Eaton, Risley, Hickman,


 

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