A Vermont "Justice" Used to Designate Supreme Court Judges Amendment
was on the 1913 ballot
as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment
, where it was approved
, becoming Article 34
of the amendments to the Vermont Constitution
The language added to the Vermont Constitution as a result of Article 34 says:
- That wherever the words "judge" or "judges" are used in the Constitution of Vermont or amendments thereof, to designate a judge or judges of the supreme court, the words "justice" or "justices" shall be substituted therefore, as the case may require.