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Maryland Manual, 1896
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MARYLAND MANUAL. 85

Board of Health and the Governor are to form a board to inquire
into the practicability of draining marshy lands and cultivating
eucalyptus trees in malarious districts. (Acts of 1884, chapter
357. )

The Governor's and Comptroller's sanctions must be obtained
by the State Treasurer to any investment he makes of the State
sinking fund. (Acts 1884, chapter 419, section 1. )

Vacancies of judges are filled by the Governor until the next
election for members of the General Assembly. (Article 4,
section 5, Constitution. )

The Governor can designate, in case of necessity, some one to
receive bills from the Legislature for him. (Chapter 78, section
1, Acts 1884. )

The Governor shall appoint five reputable practising dentists
as a board of examiners of practitioners of dentistry. No salary.
(Chapter 150, section 2, Acts 1884. )

The Governor appoints a veterinary surgeon to examine cattle
to prevent spread of pulmonary diseases among them. The
Governor may also appoint veterinary assistants. (Chapter 157,
sections 2 and 9, Acts 1884. )

The Governor is authorized to direct the education of deaf
and dumb persons on certificate from the County Commissioners
of each county, or the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, in
the State Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb,
for a term of not over seven years, for which State pays for each
$200 per annum. (Article XXVIII, sections 2 and 1, Maryland
Code. )

The Governor is authorized to direct the education of such
blind indigent persons, over nine years, as shall be recommended
to him by the County Commissioners of each county, or the
judges of the Orphans' Court of Baltimore, in the Maryland
Institution for the Instruction of the Blind, to which the State
pays for each $300 per annum. Term of one individual not to
exceed eight years. (Article XXVIII, sections 3, 4 and 5,
Maryland Code.

The Governor is authorized by Chapter 118, Acts of 1888, to
appoint five citizens of Maryland as commissioners, to serve
without pay, to select and decide on designs for tablets or monu-
ments on the field of Gettysburg.

The Governor is authorized to appoint a notary public in the
town of Mechanicstown, Frederick county. (Acts of 1890,
chapter 12. )

The Governor is authorized to proclaim the names of electors
for President and Vice-President and Representatives in Congress
duly elected. (Acts of 1890, chapter 67. )

 

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