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terms shall expire, as provided by the Constitution of eighteen hundred and seventy-five, or the laws of this state.

  1. This Constitution shall be submitted to the qualified electors of this state for ratification or rejection, as authorized and required by an act of the general assembly of this state, entitled "An act to provide for holding a convention to revise and amend the Constitution of this state," approved the eleventh day of December, nineteen hundred; and no elector shall be deprived of his right to vote at the election to be held for such purpose by reason of his not being registered.
  2. That instead of the publication as required by the act to provide for holding a convention to revise and amend the Constitution, approved the eleventh day of December, nineteen hundred, the governor of this state is hereby authorized to take such steps as will give general publicity and circulation to this Constitution in a manner as economical as practicable.
  3. The salaries of the executive and judicial and all other officers of this state, who may be holding office at the time of the ratification of this Constitution, and the payment of the present members of the general assembly, shall not be affected by the provisions of this Constitution. Done by the people of Alabama, through their delegates in convention assembled in the hall of the house of representatives, at Montgomery, Alabama, this, the third day of September, Anno Domini nineteen hundred and one.

    John B. Knox, President

    Attest: Frank N. Julian, Secretary

    David C. Almon,
    W. A. Altman,
    John T. Ashcraft,
    W. H. Banks,
    J. H. Barefield,
    W. H. Bartlett,
    J. Robert Beavers,
    C. P. Beddow,
    D. S. Bethune,
    Samuel Blackwell,
    Burwell Boykin Boone,
    Leslie E. Brooks,
    Cecil Browne,
    Thomas L. Bulger,
    John D. Burnett,
    John F. Burns (1875- 1901),
    John A. Byars,
    H. W. Cardon,