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Maryland Manual, 1927
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MARYLAND MANUAL. 79


CUMBERLAND FLOOD PREVENTION COMMISSION.
(Resolution No. 15, 1927.)

Commission to consist of the following named in the resolution:
Hons. Thomas W. Koon, Charles Z. Heskitt, William A. Gunter,
Morgan C. Harris and William C. Walsh.
To investigate flood prevention plans and to confer with the au
thorities of West Virginia or special commission or committee appoint
ed by the West Virginia Legislature and conclude an agreement with
such authorities with respect to said plans and to report to the next
General Assembly the result of the proceedings of this commision.


INTER-RACIAL COMMISSION.
(Acts 1927 Ch. 559.)
To consider questions concerning the welfare of colored people resid
ing in Maryland, recommend legislation and sponsor movements look
ing to the welfare of such people and to the improvement of interracial
conditions.

WHITE MEMBERS.

Albert S. Cook, State Superintendent of Schools, ex-officio.
Ralph P. Gilmore, Baltimore.
Judge Morris A. Soper, Postoffice Building, Baltimore.
Senator George C. Peverley, Mechanicsville.
Harry E. Parkhurst, Gunther Building, Baltimore.
John R. Cary, Morris Building, Baltimore.
Louis Binder, Equitable Building, Baltimore.
Dr. J. 0. Spencer, Morgan College, Baltimore.
Mrs. George Abram Moss, Annapolis.
John J. Stump, Cumberland.

COLORED MEMBERS.

Rev. George F. Bragg, 1425 McMechen Street, Baltimore.
Jesse Nicholas, 1012 Arlington Avenue, Baltimore.
J. F. Stewart, 402 E. Church Street, Salisbury.
Truly Hatchet, 900 N. Eutaw Street, Baltimore.
Rev. E. A. Love, 31 N. 2nd Street, Annapolis.
W. L. Fitzgerald, 1208 Druid Hill Avenue, Baltimore.
Bishop A. L. Gaines, 1522 McCulloh Street, Baltimore.
T. J. Calloway, Glendale.
Mrs. Anna McMechen, 2207 McCulloh Street, Baltimore.



COMMISSION ON EQUALIZATION OF FREIGHT RATES.
(Resolution No. 10 of 1924.)
Commission of 5 to co-operate with Public Service Commission in
reclassifying agricultural products and commodities and adjusting
freight rates on farm products on short hauls within the State.

Edwin Warfield, Jr., Woodbine, Howard County.
Dr. Thomas B. Symons, College Park.
J. E. Tritt, Traffic Commissioner, Chamber of Commerce, Cumberland.
Charles T. Cockey, Jr., Pikesville.
C. S. Williams, Baltimore City.




 

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