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172 MARYLAND MANUAL.

The above Commission is appointed by the Governor, tinder the provisions
of Chapter 844, Acts of 1914, extended by Chapter 376, 1916, for
the purpose of making a survey of the public schools, normal schools,
elementary and secondary schools, the academies and colleges, the agricul-
tural and professional and other higher institutions of learning receiving
aid from the State, to study the administration of these institutions, to
consider the appropriations made for them by the State, to investigate
the expenditure of the funds so appropriated, to study the general edu-
cational system of the State and to report its finding, and recommenda-
tions, to the Governor, who shall transmit the same to the General Assem-
bly of 1918.

MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE TRUSTEES.

College Park, Md.

Nome. Tern Expires. Postoffice.
Henry Holzapfel. .............. 1917 ............... Hagerstown
B. John Black..... ............ .1918 ................... .Roslyn
W. W. Skinner. ................ 1919 .............. .Kensington
Albert W. Sisk.. .............. .1920 .................. .Preston
Carl R. Gray. ................. 1921.................. .Baltimore
Frank J. Goodnow. ........... .1922. ................. .Baltimore
John M. Dennis................ 1923 . . . ............. Riderwood
Robert Grain...................1924................. Baltimore
Samuel M. Shoemaker........... 1925 ................. Eccleston

The Governor, with the consent of the Senate, appoints nine
Trustees for a term of nine years from the first Monday in June.

The first appointments are made for terms of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
and 9 years and as these terms expire a successor is appointed for a
full term of nine years. (Oh. 372, 1916.)

This Board of Trustees displaces the old Board of Trustees of the
Maryland Agricultural College.

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.
College Park, Md.

The personnel of this Board is the same as that of the Maryland
State College of Agriculture. (Ch. 225 and 391, 1916.)

WASHINGTON SUBURBAN SANITARY COMMISSION.

This Commission consists of three members, one appointed by the
Governor, one appointed by the County Commissioners of Prince George's
County, and one appointed by the County Commissioners of Montgomery
County, the latter two upon the recommendation of the State Board of
Health, for a term of two years from the 15th day of June. (Ch. 313,
1916.)

Appointed by the Governor:

J. William Bogley. .......................... .Friendship Heights
Appointed by Montgomery County:

William T. Curtis. .................................. Chevy Chase
Appointed by Prince George's County:
Not yet appointed.

 

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