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authorizes or regulates the maximum amount

of indebtedness which may be incurred by

the code county. Public local laws enacted

by the General Assembly under this section

prevail over any public local laws enacted

by the code county under other sections

in this Article.

See. 9. A code county shall not levy

See Sections 7.01-7,04, beginning at p. 89.

any type of tax, license fee, franchise tax,

or fee which was not in effect or authorized

in the code county at' the time it came

under the provisions of this Article, until

an express authorization of the General

Assembly has been enacted for this pur-

pose by a general law which in its terms

and effect applies alike to all code counties

in one or more of the classes provided for

in Section 5 of this Article.

Sec. 10. All laws enacted by the General

Assembly and in effect when this Article

was added to the Constitution shall remain

in effect until amended or repealed under

this Constitution. Every public local law

enacted, amended, or repealed by a county

under the provisions of this Article pre-

vails over the previous public local law,

except to the extent it is subject to an

applicable law enacted by the General As-



Section 1. The Governor, the Comp-

See Section 4.25, Board of Review, p. 32.

troller of the Treasury, and the Treasuier,

shall constitute the Board of Public Works

in this State. They shall keep a journal

of their proceedings, and shall hold regular

sessions in the City of Annapolis, on the

first Wednesday in January, April, July and

October, in each year, and oftener, if neces-

sary; at which sessions they shall hear and

determine such matters as affect the Public

Works of the State, and as the General

Assembly may confer upon them the power

to decide.

Sec. 2. They shall exercise a diligent

and faithful supervision of all Public Works

in which the State may be interested as

Stockholder or Creditor, and shall appoint

the Directors in every Railroad and Canal

Company, in which the State has the legal

power to appoint Directors, which said

Directors shall represent the State in all

meetings of the Stockholders of the respec-

tive Companies for which they are ap-

pointed or elected. They shall require the



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