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146 MARYLAND MANUAL.

GEOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC SURVEY.

Name. Postoffice.

Commission.

Governor Phillips Lee Goldsborough. .................. .Cambridge
Comptroller Emerson C. Harrington. .................. .Cambridge
President of the Johns Hopkins University. ............ .Baltimore
President J. H. Pattison, Md. Agri. Col., Secretary.... College Park

Scientific Staff.

William Bullock Clark, Director and State Geologist. .... .Baltimore
E. B. Matthews, Assistant State Geologist. .............. .Baltimore
W. W. Crosby, Chief Engineer.......................... Baltimore
Charles K. Swartz, Assistant. ......................... Baltimore
Edward W. Berry, Assistant. .......................... .Baltimore
B. L. Miller, Assistant................................. Baltimore
J. F. Singewald, Jr., Assistant. ....................... .Baltimore

The Commission consists of the Governor, Comptroller, President of
the Maryland Agricultural College and President of the Johns Hopkins
University, who appoint a Geologist of established reputation. (Ch, 51,
1896.) (Ch. 129,1898.)

The State Geological and Economic Survey is established for the
purpose of examining the geological formations of the State of Mary-
land with reference to their economic products, and for the preparation of
reports and maps illustrating the character and distribution of the mineral
resources. It likewise carries on work in hydrography, forestry, terrestrial
magnetism, and the mapping of the agricultural soils in co-operation with
the National Government. Tin most important feature of this joint work
is the preparation and publication of a topographic map of the State on
the scale of I mile to I inch.

HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT, STATE— College Park, Md.
Name. Postoffice.

State Entomologist:

Prof. Thomas B. Symons............................ College Park
State Pathologist:

Prof. J. B. S. Norton.............................. College Park
State Horticulturist:
Vacancy.

The State Horticultural Department is an adjunct of the Maryland
Agricultural College, and has charge of the suppression and eradication
of all plant diseases and insect pests,

The Department consists of a State Entomologist, a State Pathologist
and a State Horticulturist, who shall be respectively the Professor of
Entomology, the Professor of Pathology and the Professor of Horticul-
ture of the Maryland Agricultural College. (Ch. 289, 1898.)

HEALTH, STATE BOARD OF.

No. 6 East Franklin Street, Baltimore.
Name.

Ex-officio Members:

Dr. John S. Fulton................................... Secretary
Dr. Nathan R. Gorter................ ... .Commissioner of Health
Hon. Edgar Allan Poe. ........................ .Attorney General

 

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