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" Government officials shall not require leave of absence in order to enter the Diet. When a member of the Diet accepts a salaried office of the Empire, or a salaried office in one of the States of the Confederation, or accepts any office of the Empire... "
Prince Bismarck: The German empire - Page 606
by Charles Lowe - 1885
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Dept. of State - United States - 1877
...absence in order to enter the Reichstag. When a member of the Reichstag accepts a salaried office of tfte Empire, or a salaried office in one of the states of the Union, or accepts any office of the Empire, or of a state, with which a higher rank or salary is connected,...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 1

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1878
...require a leave of absence in order to enter the Reichstag. When a member of the Reichstag accept» a salaried office of the Empire, or a salaried office in one of the states ot the Union, or accepts any office of the Empire, or of a state, with which a higher rank or salary...
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Publications of the University of Pennsylvania: Political ..., Issues 1-8

Economics - 1886
...14 in Baden, 6 in Hesse, south of the River Main, and the total number shall consequently be 382.* Article 21. Government officials shall not require...involving higher rank or salary, he shall forfeit his * Including, that is to say, those deputies returned by the States of the North German Confederation....
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The Federal Constitution of Germany: With an Historical Introduction

Constitutional law - 1890 - 43 pages
...14 in Baden, 6 in Hesse, south of the River Main, and the total number shall consequently be 382.* Article 21. Government officials shall not require...the Diet, but may recover his place in the same by a new election. . Article 22. The proceedings of the Diet shall be public. Truthful reports of the...
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The Convention Manual of Procedure, Forms and Rules for the Regulation of ...

New York (State). Constitutional Convention - Constitutional conventions - 1894
...Wurtemburg, 14 in Baden, 6 in Hesse, south of the Eiver Main, and the total number shall consequently be 382. When a member of the Diet accepts a salaried office...Confederation, or accepts any office of the Empire of a State involving higher rank or salary, he shall forfeit his seat and vote in the Diet, but may...
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Modern Constitutions: Part I ..., Part 1

Constitutions - 1901 - 127 pages
...397 by the addition of 15 members from Alsace-Lorraine. Article 21. — Officials shall not need a leave of absence in order to enter the Diet. When...or accepts any office of the Empire, or of a State, with which a higher rank or salary is connected, he shall forfeit his seat and vote in the Diet, but...
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Modern Constitutions, Volume 1

Constitutions - 1901 - 127 pages
...397 by the addition of 15 members from Alsace-Lorraine. Article 21. — Officials shall not need a leave of absence in order to enter the Diet. When...or accepts any office of the Empire, or of a State, with which a higher rank or salary is connected, he shall forfeit his seat and vote in the Diet, but...
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The Framework of Union: A Comparison of Some Union Constitutions

Basil Kellett Long, Sir Richard Chaffey Baker - Constitutions - 1908 - 207 pages
...14 in Baden, 6 in Hesse, south of the River Main, and the total number shall consequently be 397.* Article 21. Government officials shall not require...the Diet, but may recover his place in the same by a new election. Article 22. The proceedings of the Diet shall be public. Truthful reports of the proceedings...
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The Framework of Union: A Comparison of Some Union Constitutions

Basil Kellett Long, Sir Richard Chaffey Baker - Constitutions - 1908 - 207 pages
...by the States of the North German Confederation. Fifteen me1njc1a are elected fn nn Alsace-Lorraine. When a member of the Diet accepts a salaried office of the Empire, or a salaried off1ce in one of the States of the Confederation, or accepts any office of the Empire or of a State...
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Principles of Constitutional Government

Frank Johnson Goodnow - Constitutional history - 1916 - 396 pages
...shall not require leave of absence in order to enter the Reichstag. When a member of the Reichstag accepts a salaried office of the Empire, or a salaried...salary, he shall forfeit his seat and vote in the Reichstag, but may recover his place in the same by a new election. ART. 22. The proceedings of the...
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