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Maryland Manual, 1935
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is limited to eight students in these various subjects relating to local
problems, while an effort is made to keep the registration down to
five members in each class. Students are accepted on the basis of
interest and scholarship, an effort being made to eliminate all except
grade “A” students. All research problems are associated with wild
life of the State. Original work rather than formal classes is en-

Prior to 1926 the fresh water work was supported by State appro-
priations and only a limited amount of propagation could be accom-
plished. Since that time the Angler’s License Fund was inaugurated
which relieved the State from support in this direction, and the rev-
enue from this source has made possible the following:

Enlarging and improving the Lewistown Hatchery at
Frederick County, and leasing and operating in connection
with the above named hatchery the White Rock and Richey
Camp rearing stations.
The purchase and construction of a 50 acre large mouth
bass and crappie station at Fairlee, Kent County, where
since 1929, 700,000 bass and crappie have been distributed,
mostly in the waters of the Eastern Shore.
The purchase of sixteen acres in connection with the
Lewistown Hatchery for the purpose of the propagation of
small mouth bass. Four and three quarters acres were com-
pleted and operated this season, with an output of 206,000
Bass from two to three inches.
The purchase of land and the construction of Bear Creek
Station, Garrett County, that has produced yearly since
1928, 20,000 trout, ranging in size from 7 to 14 inches and
which hnve been stocked in the waters of Garrett County.
The leasing and operation of the Cushwa Rearing Station
since 1929, where thousands of trout from 7 to 26 inches are
stocked yearly in suitable waters of Washington County.

Steady progress is being made in the development, propagation and
restoration of fish life to the interest of the angler and those inter-
ested in conservation work.

Deputy Commanders.
Dist. Name Address. Vessel.
A. S. Creighton Cambridge, Steamers DuPont, McLane
lst—G. F. Akers Rock Hall Power Boat Murray
G. T. Whaland ..Rock Hall Chester River Boat*
2nd—James G. Ruth Grasonville Power Boat Talbot
3rd—G. 0. Haddaway Wittman Power Boat Dorchester
W. J. Haddaway Neavitt Power Boat Queen Anne
Anderton Hubbard Oxford Tred Avon River Boat*
William I. Haddaway Claiborne Miles River Boat*
C. A. Bromwell Madison Power Boat Calvert
Robert J. Parks Crocheron Power Boat St. Mary’s
D. C. Kinnamon Cambridge Power Boat Tangier
4th—E. A. Taylor Bivalve Power Boat Nanticoke
Edward Armiger Fairmount Wicomico River Boat

for season only.

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