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Maryland Manual, 1914-15
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Garrett Building, Baltimore.

(All Terms Expire 1916.)

Name. Postoffice.
Harry P. Skipper. ................................. .Chestertown
Chas. W. Melville. ................................... .Sykesville
Hart B. Noll. .................................... .Ellicott City
The Governor, with the consent of the Senate, appoints three for

a term of two years from the first Monday in May. (Bagby Code,
Art. 58, Sec. 1.)

The duties of the Board are, as far as possible, to protect the health
of the domestic animals of the State from exotic, contagious or infectious
diseases, and glanders in horses.

It is also its duty to have inspected, at least once a year, without
notice to the owner, or those in charge of dairies, or parties supplying
milk, premises in which cows are kept, and if such premises are found
in an unsanitary condition, the said Board may prohibit the sale and
shipment of milk from such premises until such time as such premises
shall conform to the rules laid down by the Board.

This Board is also authorized and empowered to prohibit the im-
portation of domestic animals into the State of Maryland whenever, in
their judgment, such measures may be necessary for the proper pro-
tection of the health of the domestic animals of the State, and to
make and enforce rules and regulations governing such traffic as may
from time to time be required.

Loch Raven, Maryland.
(All Terms Expire February, 1915.)

James A. Gary, Jr...................................Baltimore
Three vacancies.

Governor appoints four annually in the month of February. (Bagby
Code, Art. 27, Sec. 574.)

Boys are taught printing, carpentering, iron working, tailoring, farm-
ing, trucking and floral culture. The instruction is equally divided
between school and shops. Shop work is only used for instruction.

Inmates are received on commitment from Juvenile or any Court, or
Justice of the Peace. Boys may also be boarded here.

Communications should be addressed to I. G. Ferris, Acting
' Superintendent, Lock Raven, Md.


Name. Postoffice. Term Expires.
William Walters. ............. .Midland. .................. .1916

Governor, with consent of Senate, appoints one for two years from the
date of his appointment. (Ch. 134, 1902.)

The Mine Inspector is charged with the duty of requiring compli-
ance with the laws of the State regulating the operation of mines as
regards safety to employees, ventilation and drainage.


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