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Maryland Manual, 1935
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John G. Schilpp, First National Bank Bldg.; Baltimore Bar Assn.
Wendell D. Allen, 1209 Calvert Bldg.; Maryland Bar Association.
W. W. Cloud, 508 E. Preston St.; Taxicab Association.
George 0. Pooley, Gen. Supt. of Supplies and Motor Vehicle Equip.,
C. & P. Telephone Co., Elgin Ave. Garage.; Society of Auto-
motive Engineers.
G. P. Knox, 810 N. Charles St.; Manager Keystone Automobile Club.
Joseph Davidson, 400 Key Highway; Motor Truck Owners Assn.
Mr. John White, 20 E. Lexington St.; Highways Users Conference of
Judge J. Abner Saylor, Fallsway and Fayette Sts.; Chief Justice
Traffic ‘Court.
Major Enoch B. Garey, Havre de Grace, Md.; Superintendent of Md.
State Police.


The acts of 1931, Chapter 323, authorized the appointment by the
Governor of a Magistrate for Juvenile Causes in each of the counties
of the State, except Allegany, Washington and Baltimore Counties,
provided the Board of County Commissioners decide to have such a
Magistrate, and fix and make provision for the payment of the Magis-
trate’s salary.
This law also requires the Governor to appoint a Juvenile Court
Committee for each of the counties to which the law applies. When
one of these counties decides to have a Magistrate for Juvenile
Causes, then it is the duty of the Juvenile Court Committee for that
county to recommend to the Governor qualified persons for the posi-
tion, and after the Magistrate has been appointed the Committee from
time to time is to advise with the Magistrate in respect to the selec-
tion of probation officers and other matters.
In each county the Juvenile Court Committee consists of five mem-
bers, whose terms are four years each.
The Juvenile Court Committees appointed by the Governor for
each of the counties covered by the law are as follows:


(Term Expires)
George E. Rullman ....1937 Annapolis
William Lehr ...1937 Brooklyn
Mrs. Edna Payne 1939 Annapolis
Louis J. DeAlba. ....1939 Glen Burnie
Mrs. Joseph Bigelow 1939 Annapolis

Mrs. Clarence Davis - 1937 Solomons
Mrs. Barnes Lusby 1937 Olivet
Mrs. Edward Briscoe 1939 Prince Frederick
Mrs. Arthur DoweIl 1939 Prince Frederick
Mrs. Clarence Hutchins .. 1939 Barstow
Jacob 0. Williams - ..1937 Federalsburg
Howard Harris ......~ 1937 Preston
D.Thompson Swing 1939 Ridgely
Mrs. Harry H. Nuttle 1939 Denton
J.Spencer Lapham ......1939 Goldsboro

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