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Maryland Manual, 1900
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.STATE GOVERNMENT. 155

Company; one a President of a Savings Bank; one a President of a
Building and Loan Association; one a member of the Baltimore Bar,
and one in his discretion. The duties of this Commission are to ex-
amine the laws relating to the above corporations and report to the
Legislature of 1902 any amendments thought necessary. (Chapter 154,
1900).

EXAMINERS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS.

J. Southgate Lemmon..................Baltimore City.......................1901

Clayton C. Hall...........................Baltimore City.......................1902

Max Teichman.............................Baltimore City.......................1901

Frank Blacklock..........................Baltimore City...................... 1902

The Governor appoints four as follows: Two shall be public account-
ants appointed from a list of six names proposed by the Maryland
Association of Public Accountants, one for one year and one for two
years; and two practicing attorneys, one for one year and one for two
years. At the expiration of these terms successors shall be appointed
for two years. (Chapter 719, 1900).

BOARD OF SIDEPATH COMMISSIONERS.

The Governor appoints five, one for one year, one for two years, one
for three years, one for four years and one for five years, and on the
expiration of these terms one annually for the term of five years. No
confirmation. No salary. (Chapter 658, 1900).

W. Easton Williams.....................Baltimore City....................... 1901

Harry V. Casey...........................Baltimore City.......................1902

Roswell W. Graves......................Baltimore County...................1903

James P. Curley..........................Prince George's County..........1904

J. D. Murray.............................. Howard County.....................1905

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION.

Superintendent of Public Education—

M. Bates Stevens...................Caroline County.....................1904

The Governor, with the consent of the Senate, appoints one for a
term of four years from the first Monday in May, and until successor
is appointed and qualified. (Chapter 428, 1900).

AGENT TO COLLECT MARYLAND CLAIMS AGAINST THE
UNITED STATES.

L. Allison Wilmer........................Charles County.

The Governor appoints an agent to collect the claims of the State of
Maryland against the United States, growing out of the furnishing and
equipping of Maryland troops for the volunteer army in the Spanish-
American War. (Chapter 438, 1900).

The Governor is authorized to appoint some suitable person to col-
lect the claims of the State against the United States existing prior to
the year 1898. This agent receives fees, but in no case is to receive
more than 30 per cent, of collections. (Chapter 296, 1900).


 

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