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Proceedings of the Senate and the House, 1973, July Special Session
Volume 711, Page 12   View pdf image
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12                           JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS                 [July 30

Senate Bill No. 370—By Senators Hall and Bailey :

An Act to repeal and re-enact, with amendments, Section 19(5) of Article
56 of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1972 Replacement Volume), title
"Licenses," subtitle "Pinball Machines and Console Machines," [[and to
add new Subsection 19(5) (E) to same. To]] to authorize the licensing
of free play and console pinball machines in certain counties of the State,
and to impose additional license fees therein in Anne Arundel County.

The President put the question: Shall the bill pass notwithstanding the
objections of the Executive?

The President announced the veto was sustained by roll call as follows:



Bailey, Bauman, Boyer, Hall, Hodges, Staszak.                                      Total—6



President, Mrs. Abrams, Bertorelli, Bishop, Blount, Bozick, Byrnes, Clark, Conroy,
Coolahan, Curran, Dalton, Emanuel, Finney, Goodman, Hoyer, Lapides, Lipin, Malkus,
McGuirk, Mrs. Nock, Pascal, Pine, Mrs. Schweinhaut, Smelser, Snyder, Staten, Steers,
Steinberg, Stone, Thomas, Mrs. Welcome, Wilson.                                        Total—33


June 1, 1973.

Honorable William S. James
President of the Senate
State House
Annapolis, Maryland

Dear Mr. President:

In accordance with Article II, Section 17, of the Maryland Constitution,
I have today vetoed Senate Bill 374.

This bill provides that the various rules, regulations or standards of
the several agencies of the Executive Department shall be invalid until
submitted to the Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative

House Bill 436, which was enacted by the General Assembly and signed
by me on May 24, 1973, accomplishes the same purposes as Senate Bill
374 and is more clearly worded. Furthermore, the sponsor of Senate Bill
374 has advised my office that he believes the language of House Bill 436
to be preferable to that of Senate Bill 374, and that, therefore, the Senate
Bill should be vetoed.

Consequently, I have decided to veto Senate Bill 374.



Which was read.


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