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AMENDMENT TO CONSTITUTION.

joint resolution

: shall on the final vote be entered on the journal; and the No bill, or : yeas and nays of the members on any question shall, at to pass unless the desire of any member, be entered on the journal. No taken ble sene bill or joint resolution, except in relation to adjournwithout con ment, shall pass either House unless the final vote shall murparity of all have been taken by yeas and nays, nor without the con

currence of a majority of all the members elected to each House."

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Approved February 28, A. D. 1913.

AMENDMENT TO CONSTITUTION.

CHAPTER 2.

AMENDMENT TO CONSTITUTION.

AN ACT to amend Section 19, Article 2, of the Constitution of the

State of Delaware.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met, (two-thirds of all the members of each House concurring therein) :

Article 2, of

amended

Section 1. That Section 19, Article 2, of the Constitu- Sec. 19. tion of the State of Delaware, be amended by adding to Constitution the end thereof the following words “provided, however, that the Geenral Assembly may by a vote of twothirds of all the members elected to each House pass laws relating to the laying out, opening, alteration or maintenance of any road or highway which forms a continuous road or highway extending through at least a portion of the three counties of the State.”

Approved March 17, A. D. 1913.

AMENDMENT TO CONSTITUTION.

CHAPTER 3.

AMENDMENT TO CONSTITUTION.

AN ACT proposing certain amendments to Article IV of the Con

stitution of this State, relating to the number of Judges constituting a quorum in the Superior Court, the Court of General Sessions and the Court of Oyer and Terminer, the sessions of said courts, and the distribution of the business therein, respectively.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met,

ticle (two-thirds of all the members elected to each House Constitution agreeing thereto):

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Section 1. That Section 5 of Article IV of the Constitution of this State be, and the same is, hereby amended

by striking out all of said Section after the first paranatencourt graph thereof and substituting therefor the following No more than new paragraph, to wit:

“The said five judges shall designate those of their number who shall hold the said Courts in the several Counties. No more than three of them shall sit together in any of the said Courts. In each of the said Courts the Chief Justice when present shall preside, and in his absence the senior Associate Judge present shall preside.

One shall constitute a quorum in the said Courts, respectively, except in the Court of Oyer and Terminer, where three shall constitute a quorum, and except in the Superior Court sitting to hear appeals from the Orphans' Court or a Register's Court, when two shall constitute a quorum, and except in the Court of General Sessions sitting to try cases of prosecution under Section 8 of Article V of this Constitution or sitting to hear

AMENDMENT TO CONSTITUTION.

and adjourn

contested applications for license to sell intoxicating one may open liquors, when two shall constitute a quorum. One judge Court may open and adjourn any of said Courts."

Section 2. That Article IV of the Constitution of this Article 4 furthState be, and the same is, hereby amended by strikingers out all of Section 6 thereof and substituting therefor the following new Section 6, to wit:

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“Section 6. Subject to the provisions of Section 5 of Two or more this Article, two or more sessions of the Superior Court, be held at or Court of General Sessions, or one or more sessions of same time each of the said Court, or one Session of the Court of Oyer and Terminer and one or two of either, or one of each of the other of the said courts may at the same time be held in the same County or in different counties, and the business in the several counties may be distributed and apportioned in such manner as shall be provided by the rules of the said courts respectively.".

Approved March 12, A. D. 1913.

OF THE SOVEREIGNTY, JURISDICTION AND LIMITS.

CHAPTER 4.

OF THE SOVEREIGNTY, JURISDICTION AND LIMITS.
AN ACT in relation to the title of lands taken or held by Sussex

County.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Sussex County Section 1. Whenever it shall be necessary for the name of The County of Sussex to take or hold the title to any real esfor the use of tate the same shall be taken and held in the name of “The

State of Delaware for the use of Sussex County.

to hold title in name of "The State of Del.,

Sussex Co."

Section 2. Any Trustee or Trustees now holding

de lands for the use of Sussex County is hereby authorized to convey same and directed to convey the same in fee simple to “The

State of Delaware for the use of Sussex County."

Trustee or Trustees now holding lands

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