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Maryland Manual, 1934
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Prince George’s 488
Prince George’s, referring to Laurel 390
Washington 490
St. Mary’s 388
St. Mary’s 40
In Caroline County (Acts 1933, Ch. 523), in Carroll County (Acts
1933, Ch. 525) and in Garrett County (Acts 1933, Ch. 524) the sale of
beer was made subject to a referendum at the special election of Sep-
tember 12, 1933. At this election Caroline County and Carroll County
voted for the Beer Law and Garrett County voted against it. At the
same election Washington County, under the Act of 1933, Chapter 114,
voted to repeal the Prohibition and Local Option Laws of that county.
In Montgomery County, Chapter 466 authorizes a referendum from
January 1, 1934, to May 1, 1934, on the petition of twenty per cent of
the registered voters of certain specified voting sub-divisions for the
exemption of the same from the application of the State-wide law.
In Prince George’s County, the licensing is controlled by a Board
of Beer License Commissioners, appointed by the Governor with the
advice and consent of the Senate when in session, and the members of
the Board are as follows:
Name Address
Henry L. Morris(Dem.) Upper Marlboro
Mrs. Mary W. Browning (Dem.) Lanham
W. H. Brooke (Rep.) Upper Marlboro

In Baltimore City the subject is regulated by Chapter 491 of the
Acts of 1933. This chapter provides for a Board of Licensing Commis-
sioners, appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the
Senate, and the members of the Board, whose terms are for two years
each, are as follows:
Name Address
Frederick A. Dolfield, Chairman Baltimore
Robert A. Sindall, Commissioner Baltimore
John M. Knox, Commissioner Baltimore
Harry C. Sanner, Executive Secretary Baltimore
Miss Helen C. Bardoff, Assistant Secretary Baltimore
(Office, 213 City Hall, Baltimore.)

The license fee authorizes sales both on and off thie premises, and
is $50.00 a year.
The above laws were superseded by the Alcoholic Beverage Legis-
lation, passed by the Special Session of 1933, which is outlined on
Page 302.

As soon as this law was passed by Congress and signed by the
President, Governor Ritehie appointed the Maryland Public Works Com-
mittee, whose duty it is to recommend projects to the Federal Govern-
ment to be financed from the Federal appropriation in accordance with
the terms thereof.
The members of this committee are as follows:
W. Frank Roberts, Chairman Baltimore
Governor Albert C. Ritchie Annapolis
Hon. Millard E. Tydings Washington
Hon. P. L. Goldshorough Washington


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