Selection of officers not otherwise provided for in Constitution - Constitution Of Pennsylvania § 1
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1. Selection of officers not otherwise provided for in
2. Incompatible offices.
3. Oath of office.
4. Power of impeachment.
5. Trial of impeachments.
6. Officers liable to impeachment.
7. Removal of civil officers.
Adoption. Unless otherwise noted, the provisions of present
Article VI (formerly Article XII) were adopted December 16,
1873, 1874 P.L.3, effective January 1, 1874, and the article was
renumbered from XII to VI by proclamation of the Governor of
July 7, 1967, P.L.1063. See also proclamation of the Governor of
July 14, 1966, 1965 P.L.1945.
Prior Provisions. Former Article VI was repealed by
amendment of May 17, 1966, 1965 P.L.1928, J.R.10. The subject
matter of present Article VI was formerly contained in Articles
VI (Impeachment and Removal from Office), VII (Oath of Office)
and XII (Public Officers).
Cross References. Article VI is referred to in sections 16,
18 of Article V (The Judiciary).
§ 1. Selection of officers not otherwise provided for in
All officers, whose selection is not provided for in this
Constitution, shall be elected or appointed as may be directed
(Nov. 2, 1909, P.L.948, J.R.1; May 17, 1966, 1965 P.L.1928,
1966 Amendment. Joint Resolution No.10 renumbered former
section 1 of this article to present section 4 and amended and
renumbered section 1 of former Article XII to present section 1.
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Last modified: November 27, 2007