No governor to
hold any other office
of profit, &c.
LAWS OF MARYLAND.
2. AND BE IT ENACTED, That hereafter no governor
capable of holding any other office of profit during the time for
which he shall be elected.
|Part of articles repealed.
|| 3. AND BE IT ENACTED, That so much of the
thirty-seventh articles of the constitution and form of government
as is repugnant to, or inconsistent with, the provisions of this act,
be and the same hereby abrogated and abolished.
|If confirmed to be
a part of the constitution.
| 4. AND BE IT ENACTED, That if this act shall
be confirmed by
the general assembly, after the next election of delegates, in the
first session after such new election, as the constitution and form
of government directs, that in such case this act, and the alteration
and amendment of the constitution and form of government
therein contained, shall be taken and considered, and shall constitute
and be valid, as a part of the said constitution and form of
government, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding.
This act was confirmed by November 1809, ch. 11.
Passed June 10.
An Act for the payment of the Journal of Accounts. Lib.
2, fol. 143.
|| WHEREAS it appears by the journal of accounts of
that there is due from the state the sum of five thousand two hundred
and sixty-four dollars nineteen and one half cents,
| 2. BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly
of Maryland, That
the treasurer of the western shore shall and he is hereby authorised
and required, to pay the several persons, their executors,
administrators, assigns or order, or to such of them as shall offer
to receive the same, the several sums of current money allowed
to them respectively, as they appear to be settled and ascertained
by the said journal of accounts, out of any money now in the treasury,
or that shall come into the treasury, subject to the appropriation
of the general assembly.