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Maryland Manual, 1932
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MARYLAND MANUAL. 93

LAND LAWS COMMISSION

The Legislature of 1929, by Chapter 527, authorized the Governor
to appoint a commission of five members, of whom not more than three
should be of the same political party, to investigate the land and inheri-
tance laws of the State, and to recommend to the Governor and the Gen-
eral Assembly of 1931 revisions thereof as they deem advisable. The
Legislature of 1931, by Joint Resolution No. 16, enlarged this commis-
sion by the addition of two members, and directed, it to continue its
work Mid submit its report to the Governor and the General Assembly
of 1933. The members of the Commission are'.

B. H. Hartogensis .................................................... Baltimore City
Vernon Cook .......................................................................................Baltimore City
Walter 0. Capper ...............................................................Cumberland
0. Alexander Fairbank, Jr.................................Baltimore City
Fred. Williams . . Belair
H. Courtenay Jenifer . .. Towson
Philip L. Sykes.......... . .. .. Baltimore

MARYLAND WATER FRONT COMMISSION
Acts 1929, Chapter 522.

To investigate and recommend to the Legislature plans and policies
for the protection of the waterfront and waterways of the State against
erosion, for the improvement of said waterfront and waterways and to
cooperate in carrying into effect such plans for the development of the
waterfront property within the State as may be adopted by the Legis-
lature :

Eastern Shore;
Mayor William W. McCabe, Ocean City .......................(Democrat)

Southern Maryland:
John B. Gray, Jr., Prince Frederick .................................(Democrat)

Baltimore City:
John B. Greiner, Lexington Building, Baltimore.....( Republican)

Western Shore:
Captain Chester A. Wells, Chevy Chase...........................( Republican)

State Roads Commission:
P. Allison Morison, Salisbury .. . (Democrat)

(Representing the State Roads Commission.)

MARYLAND TRAINING SCHOOL FOR COLORED GIRLS
(Act of 1931, Chapter 367.)
BOARD OF MANAGERS

For a great many years delinquent colored girls have been com-
mitted to the Industrial Home for Colored Girls, located at Melvale.
This is a private institution, but the Governor appoints two members
on its Board of Managers, and it receives State aid. This institution is
about to be discontinued and the State will take over the care of colored
female minors. This new State institution will be known as the Mary-
land Training School for Colored Girls. It will be managed by a Board
of nine members, which is authorized to select the site for the institu-
tion and. proceed with the building, for which the last Legislature ap-
propriated $150,000. When the building has been finished this institu-

 

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