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Maryland Manual, 1937
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Board consists of seventeen members. Governor appoints to fill
vacancies only. (Ch. 183, 1888.)

This institution receives, trams and cares for the feeble-minded of
the State. For full particulars address the Superintendent at the In-


Commissioner of Mental Hygiene:

Dr. George H. Preston, 330 N Charles St, Baltimore.
Members of the Board:

Name Address. Term Expires.
Thomas P. Sprunt, M. D Baltimore City 1941
Robert V. Seliger, M. D. Baltimore City 1941
Waitman F. Zinn, M. D Baltimore City 1943
F. S. Robertson, M. D. Baltimore City 1943
Hugh H. Young, M. D. .Baltimore City 1940
Mrs. Allan L. Carter Baltimore City 1940

The Governor, with the consent of the Senate, appoints a Com-
missioner of Mental Hygiene and six associate members of the Board.
The Commissioner is appointed upon the recommendation of the
Associate Members and for no specified term of office.


407 Union Trust Building, Baltimore.

937 Calvert Building, Baltimore.

Director of Charities and Chairman, Samuel E. Shannahan.
Name. Postoffice. Term Expires.
Governor Harry W. Nice,

Ex-Officio Annapolis 1939
Thomas B. Finan Cumberland 1939
Sidney Hollander Baltimore (To be filled) 1937
William L. Galvin Baltimore (To be filled) 1937
Samuel E. Shannahan Easton (To be filled) 1937
Lee L. Dopkin. Baltimore 1939
Morris A. Rome Baltimore 1939

Dr. Robert H. Riley, Director State Department of Health, Ex-


J. Milton Patterson, Executive Secretary.
Harriette S. Kearfott, Chief Clerk.
Anita J Faatz, Director, Social Work Department.

Governor appoints six members of the Board of State Aid and
Chanties for terms of four years each. The Governor is a member of
the Board.

The duties of this Board are to investigate and consider State aid
to public and private institutions. It investigates all applications of
institutions for aid from the State and submits to each Legislature
a report showing the condition that it finds at each of the institutions


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