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976                              LAWS OF MARYLAND                      [CH. 571

floor leader of the minority party and six additional members to be
appointed by the President and approved by a majority vote of the
Senate.

(2)    From the House of Delegates: The Speaker, the chairman
of the ways and means committee, the chairman of the judiciary
committee, the floor leader of the minority party and six additional
members to be appointed by the Speaker of the House and approved
by a majority vote of the House.

Said six appointees from the Senate and six from the House of
Delegates shall be appointed during the 1959 Session of the General
Assembly and during each regular session thereafter to serve until
the beginning of the next regular session, or appointment of their
successors. As far as possible such appointments shall be so dis-
tributed as to make the Council representative of all sections of the
State and of the relative party membership in each house. The
President of the Senate shall be chairman of the Council, and the
Speaker of the House shall be vice-chairman. The Director of the
State Department of Legislative Reference shall be the secretary and
the director of research of the Council.

(3)    Any vacancy occurring in the membership of the Council
other than in the offices of chairman and vice-chairman while the
General Assembly is not in session shall be filled by appointment of
the President of the Senate from among the members of the Senate, if
the vacancy is caused by the resignation or death of a member of the
Council from the Senate, and by the Speaker of the House of Dele-
gates, if the vacancy is caused by the resignation or death of a member
of the Council from the House of Delegates, the appointments to be
made in accordance with the provisions of subsection (1) and (2). If
the vacancy in the membership of the Council is caused by the resig-
nation or death of the chairman or vice-chairman, the vacancy in
such membership shall be filled by the members of the Council from
the membership of the Senate or the House of Delegates, as the case
may be. In case of vacancy in the office of chairman, the vice-
chairman shall become chairman and the members of the Council
shall elect one of its members vice-chairman in his stead; and in the
case of a vacancy in the office of both chairman and vice-chairman,
the members of the Council shall elect one of its members chairman
and one of its members vice-chairman.

Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That Section 8B of Article 23A
of said Code (1965 Supplement), title "Corporations—Municipal,"
subtitle "In General," subheading "Municipal Codes," be and it is
hereby repealed and re-enacted, with amendments, to read as follows:

8B.

Whenever the mayor and city council, by whatever name known, of
any municipal corporation in this State publishes or issues in printed,
mimeographed or similar duplicated form a code or compilation con-
taining all or a portion of the municipal charter, the mayor and
council shall deposit copies free of charge with the following State
agencies: Hall of Records Commission, one copy; State Library, one
copy; State Department of Legislative Reference, four copies.

 

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