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Maryland Manual, 1928
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that the Treasurer shall be elected for a term of three years, at the
next meeting of the Legislature in 1924; and thereafter at every regular
session of the Legislature, beginning with the term of the Governor, for
a period of four years, or until his successor is duly elected and qualified.

The Treasurer is the head of the Division of Deposits and Disburse-
ments, depositing daily all monies received in such banks as he may
select, with the approval of the Governor; said banks giving sufficient
bond or approved collateral security satisfactory to the Governor. All
State money is paid out upon the warrant of the Comptroller by check
issued by the Treasurer, and countersigned by the Comptroller. He is
a member of the Board of Public Works; and also a member of the
other Boards having charge of the different State Institutions.

The Comptroller and Treasurer issue all loans authorized by the
Legislature—the Treasurer signing the bonds or certificates of indebted-
ness, countersigned by the Comptroller. The Treasurer and Comptroller
are custodians of all bonds, stock, and other securities belonging to the
State, and held for the use of the different sinking funds.

The Treasurer has charge of the State's insurance and is cus-
todian of all policies covering same. The Treasurer publishes the bal-
ances in the different State depositories standing to the credit of the
State, monthly, and renders a quarterly report to the Comptroller.

(Union Trust Building, Baltimore.)

Board consists of the Governor, State Treasurer and Comptroller
of the Treasury.

Albert C. Ritchie . Annapolis

William S. Gordy, Jr... --.-- .. . Salisbury
State Treasurer:
John M. Dennis . .. - Riderwood


Joseph O. C. McCusker -..--. - .. - -- Pikesville
The Board of Public Works is created by Section 1 of Article 12
of the Constitution. Its Constitutional powers and duties are set
forth in Article 12. The General Assembly has from time to time
passed legislation imposing other duties upon the Board of Public
Works. The most important is the issuance of various State bond
issues. The Board of Public Works constitutes the third division of the
Finance Department


State Law Department, 633-49 Title Building, Baltimore.
Name. Postoffice.
The Attorney General:

Thomas H. Robinson . . . Belair
Assistant Attorneys-G'eneral:

Robert H. Archer ..- ---- Belair
Willis R. Jones .-- . --- -- Baltimore
Herbert Levy . . . - Baltimore
John Hubner Rice' '. .- -- Baltimore


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