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Maryland Manual, 1931
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appointee shall be a resident and to consist of six members of whom three
shall be residents and taxpayers of that portion of the District within
Montgomery County and three to be residents and taxpayers of that por-
tion within Prince George's County. The Chairman of The Washington
Suburban Sanitary Commission shall be ex officio a member of this
commission and charged to the allotment of the county of which tie
shall be a resident. The first appointments shall be made on or before
May 1st, 1927, for terms of five years for the five appointive members
except that the terms of two of first appointees for Montgomery and
Prince George's Counties respectively shall be for six years each. The
annual salary of the chairman shall be $3,000 and of the other five
members $300.00, payable monthly, provided, however, that the salary
of the Commissioner who is Chairman of The Washington Suburban
Sanitary Commission shall be in addition to salary received by him in
latter capacity, a Secretary-Treasurer shall be paid an annual salary ot
$2,000.00, a General Counsel a salary of $2,400 per annum. The Sec-
retary-Treasurer and the General Counsel shall be residents of the
county in which the Chairman does not reside. Offices shall be main-
tained in both Montgomery and Prince George's County. The Commis-
sion shall publish annually in at least one newspaper in Montgomery
and Prince George's County a full and true account of its receipts,
disbursements, etc., which shall have been audited by The State Auditor

The duties of the commission shall consist of planning, guiding and
accomplishing a co ordinated, comprehensive, adjusted, systematic and
harmonious development of the district's highways, parks and other
public places and public works, the acquisition of land for these pur
poses and the construction, maintenance and operation necessary there

Office, 812 Tower Building, Washington, D. C.

Name Address
Irvin Owings Hyattsville, Prince George's Co.

Thomas Hampton 109 Chevy Chase Drive, Bethesda

General Counsel.
J. Bond Smith 311 Eastern Ave., Takoma Park

Member Ex-Officio:
T. Howard Duckett . . ... . Hyattsville


James H. Cissel...... ... .. . ........Silver Spring
Robert G. Hilton ... .. ... Rockville
George P. Hoover . . ... West Lenox Road, Chevy Chase
George N. Palmer .. . - Seat Pleasant


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