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Maryland Manual, 1934
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Sanitary Commission shall be in addition to salary received by him In
latter capacity, a Secretary-Treasurer shall be paid an annual salary of
$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
harmonous 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
George N. Palmer Seat Pleasant, Prince George’s Co.

Thomas Hampton 109 Chevy Chase Drive, Bethesda

General Counsel.
J. Bond Smith,
7059 Eastern Ave., Takoma Park, Montgomery County

Appraiser and Land Purchasing Officer:
Curtis Walker Chevy Chase

Chief Engineer:
Irving C. Root Silver Spring

Member Ex-Officio:
T. Howard Duckctt Hyattsville

Richard F. Green Roekville
Frederic P. Leo Bethesda
Lacy Shaw Silver Spring
Frank B. Smith Mt. Rainier
Park Commissioner:
Lacy Shaw Silver Spring


(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
Albert S. Cook, State Superintendent of Schools, ex-officio.
Thomas J. S. Waxter, 423 E. Hamburg St., Baltimore.
Harry B. Parkhurst, Iglehart Building, Baltimore.
Ralph P. Gilmore, Overlen.


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