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required to make an annual report to the Governor in De-
cember, which shall be sent to the Legislature with any
necessary recommendations. Art. 73, P. G. L., Sec. 23.
$15,000 shall, be applied annually under the direction
of the .Governor to place in the Institution for the
Blind, indigent blind persons who live in the county,
from which they are recommended to the Governor by
, commissioners of each county, and the Judges of the
Orphan's Court of Baltimore. Art. 33, P. G. L., Sec. 3.
THE GOVERNOR SHALL REPORT to the General Assembly
in regular session, the amount of money expended for
the indigent blind. Art. 33, P. G. L„ Sec. 6.
THE GOVERNOR MAY REMOVE any Commissioner of
Police of Baltimore on conviction of any felony. Acts
1868, Oh. 367
be printed and distributed (3,000 copies,) by the Gov-
ernor in the years in which the Legislature does not
meet. Acts 1872, Ch. 370.
DEFAULTER. Before issuing any commission the Gov-
ernor shall inquire of the Comptroller if said person is
a defaulter. A commission issued inadvertently to
a defaulter, may be vacated by writ of quo warranto.
Art. 69, P.Q.L., Sec. 3, Acts of 1856, Ch. 16.
THE GOVERNOR'S APPROVAL must be obtained to the
bonds of the Comptroller, State Treasurer, Commissioner
of the Land Office, State Wharfinger, State Agent to pay
interest on State debt, Collector of State Taxes in Bal-
timore, and all officers of executive appointment, except
where otherwise stated. Art. 22, Sec. 1, P. ff. £i., Art.
94, Sees. 2 and 6, P. ff, L., Art. 54, P. Q.L., Sec. 7, Art.
97, P. ff. L., Sec. 2, Art. 48, P. ff. L., Sec. 458.
THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH is composed of seven
persons, one of whom shall be an experienced
civil engineer, and three of whom shall be ex-
perienced physicians, to be appointed by the Gov-
ernor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, and a
secretary, as prescribed; these five, together with the
Attorney-General of the State, and the Commissioner
of Health of the City of Baltimore, who shall be ex-
officio members, shall constitute the said Board of
Health. Acts 1880, Ch. 438, Sec. 2.
THE GOVERNOR shall appoint, with the advice and

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