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Maryland Manual, 1904
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186 MARYLAND MANUAL.

GENERAL MEASURERS AND INSPECTORS OF OYSTERS.

William Pohler..............................Baltimore City.... ..........1906
Andrew J. Berger................... ......Baltimore City...............1906
John W. Ringrose................. ..... ..Baltimore City.............. 1906
Thomas H. Tankersley.................,.Baltimore City...............1906
William J. Kennedy...................... Baltimore City,..............1906
Chris. C. Sterling..........................Crisfield.......................... 1906
Wade H. Bedsworth......... ......... ...... Nanticoke..... .................1906
William G. Caulk............................St Michaels.................... 1906
William S. Dawson........................Oxford........ ...................1906
William P. Baldwin......................... Annapolis........................ 1906
John H. Branzel......... ............ .........Annapolis......... ...............1906
Walter Sherman.............................. Cambridge ......... ..... ......1906
Philemon Geoghegan..... .......... ......Cambridge...... ................1906
The Governor is authorized at each session of the General Assembly
to appoint fifteen General Measurers and Inspectors of Oysters, as
follows: Five for Baltimore city, two for Annapolis, one for Oxford,
one for Tilghman's Island, one for St. Michael's, three for Cambridge,
one for Nanticoke and one for Crisfield. (Chapter 380, Section 57,
1900.)

These officers supervise the measuring of oysters in bulk in order to
prevent the sale of small or unculled oysters, and generally to assist
in the enforcement of the Oyster Laws.

STATE GAME: WARDEN— Office, Cumberland, Md.

State Game Warden,

John W. Avirett...... ........................Allegany County.............1906
The State Game Warden is appointed by the Governor for a term of
two years from the first day in April. (Chapter 346, 1904).

The State Game Warden is authorized, with the approval of the
Governor, to appoint Deputy Game Wardens for the several counties
of the State who are to assist him in enforcing the Game and Fish
Laws.

FISH COMMISSIONERS.

James D. Anderson......For Eastern Shore......Somerset County......1906
Charles F. Brooke...... .For Western Shore.....Montgomery County..1906

The Governor, with the consent of the Senate, appoints two Fish
Commissioners, for a term of two years from the first Monday in May,
one for the Eastern and one for the Western Shore of the State. (Chapter
150,1874.)

The Fish Commissioners have charge of the artificial propagation of
fish and the stocking of the waters of the State.

STATE FIRE MARSHAL— Office, Baltimore.

State Fire Marshal,

William C. McAfee...........................Baltimore City...... ........1906
Assistant,

Lloyd McGill..................................Frederick County........ ...
The State Fire Marshal is appointed by the Governor, with the
consent of the Senate, for a term of two years from the first Monday
in May. The Assistant is appointed by the Fire Marshal. (Chapter
248,1894.)

The State Fire Marshal is required to investigate all fires occuring
in the State to which his attention is called, with a view of discover-
ing the cause thereof. He is especially charged with the duty of
investigating incendiary fires, and the prosecution of the guilty parties.

 

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