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Maryland Manual, 1896
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MARYLAND MANUAL. 87

The Governor is authorized to appoint a treasurer for Calvert
county. Term, two years. Salary, commissions. Bond, $30, 000.
(Act of 1890, chapter 183; Act of 1892, chapter 64. )

The Governor was authorized to appoint an arbitrator on the
part of this State to ascertain and fix the true boundary line be-
tween the States of Maryland and West Virginia. (Acts of
1892, chapter 159. )

The Governor is authorized to appoint a board of supervisors
of elections for Baltimore city. Salary, $1, 800. Term, two
years. No bond. (Acts of 1892, chapter 194. )

The Governor is authorized to appoint, by and with the advice
and consent of the Senate, boards of school commissioners for
each county. Salary limited to $100. No bond. Term, six
years. (Act of 1892, chapter 3^1. ) In Baltimore, Carroll,
Frederick and Washington counties the boards consist of six
members; three in the other counties.

The Governor is authorized, by and with the advice and con-
sent of the Senate, to appoint four additional coroners for
Baltimore city. (Acts of 1892, chapter 373. )

The Governor is authorized to appoint two engineers, of not
less than ten years' practical experience, as a board of examining
engineers. Bond, $3, 000 each. Salary, $1, 500 each. Clerk,
$1, 000. Term, two years. (Act of 1892, chapter 448. )

The Governor is authorized to appoint biennially, by and with
the advice and consent of the Senate, if in session, if not, then
the Governor alone, three persons, only two of whom shall be of
one political party, in each county, as Boards of Supervisors of
Elections. No bond. Salary, $50. (Chapter 701, Acts of 1892. )

The Governor is authorized to select the Police Justices to sit
at the station houses in Baltimore. (Act of 1892, chapter 651. )

The Governor is authorized to appoint a Fire Marshal of the
State, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. Bond,
$5, 000. Salary, $2, 500. Clerk, $1, 200. Term, until his suc-
cessor is appointed and qualified. (Acts of 1894, chapter 248. )

The Governor is authorized to appoint a "State Veterinary
Medical Board" of five, in good standing in some school of
veterinary medicine. Term four years; who shall hold office
until there successors are appointed and qualified. No salaries
or fees. No bond. (Act of 1894, chapter 273. )

The Governor is authorized to appoint, by and with the advice
and consent of the Senate, thirty auctioneers for the city of
Baltimore. No bond, no salary. (Acts of 1S94, chapter 474)

The Governor is authorized to appoint special policemen for
the Friendly Inn of Baltimore city. (Act of 1894, chapter 541. )

The Governor is authorized, with consent of the Senate, to
appoint one register of voters in the several counties of the

 

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