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Maryland Manual, 1921-22
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MARYLAND MANUAL. 169

INSPECTORS OF HAY AND STRAW.
(All Terms Expire 1922.)

Orrick M. Ensor................. Eastern Scales........ Cockeysville
Charles H. Elkins. ............. ..Western Scales ....... .Baltimore
Charles P. Anger. .............. ..Northwestern Scales .......Baltimore

Governor, with consent of Senate, appoints four for two years
from 1st Monday in May. (Ch. 123, 1898, Sec. 552.)

MEASURER OF WOOD CARTS.
(Term Expires 1922.)
Preston B. Usilton...................................... Baltimore

Governor, with consent of Senate, appoints one for two years from
1st Monday in May. (Ch. 123, 1898.)

LIQUOR LICENSE COMMISSIONERS.

Note:—There being no further duties for the purposes for which this
Board was created, by reason of the enactment of the Federal
Prohibition Law, no appointments thereon were made by the Gov-
ernor in 1920.

Joseph Y. Brattan, Chairman......................Baltimore
John M. Kerr. .................................... Baltimore

The Commission under the State law consists of three members.
On the adoption of the Prohibition amendment to the Federal Consti-
tution two of the former commissioners resigned. Joseph Y. Brattan
continued in office without pay until the decision of the Court of Ap-
peals was rendered declaring that despite the Constitutional amend-
ment all persons or concerns dealing in liquors in this State under the
Volstead law were still required to obtain Maryland licenses. In the
interest of economy at the request of the Board of Estimates of Bal-
timore Governor Ritchie decided to reappoint Mr. Brattan as chairman
of the board, and further named Mr. Kerr to membership with the
understanding that he was to attend to the clerical duties of the
board, leaving vacant the position, of third member of the board and
obviating the necessity of employing clerical help.

AUCTIONEERS.
(All Terms Expire 1922.)

Herbert Hammond ............................300 Equitable Bldg.
Otis Thomas Butterworth. ....................... .4711 Homer Ave.
Benjamin Shapiro .................................. 529 Title Bldg.
H. J. King. ..........................................4 N. High St.
Joel C. Zalis.....................................248 Harrison St.
Frank F. Myers................................223 W. Fayette St.
George Rubin ................................ 2215 E. Lombard St.
Samuel Lasch ..................................... Equitable Bldg.
Harry Macy ........................................ Stewart Bldg.
Robert Fox ...................................... .Alhambra Apts.

 

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