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Maryland Manual, 1938
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person designated by him to serve in his stead; one (1) of whom shall
be the Attorney-General of Maryland, or a person designated by him,
in his stead.

The Commission on Interstate Compacts shall consider the question
of interstate compacts between and among the several States of the
Union, and is hereby authorized to consult, confer and negotiate with
the authorized representatives of the several States of the Union upon
all questions relating to proposed interstate compacts for the purpose
of making recommendations thereon to the General Assembly at the
next regular session thereof, or at any special session prior thereto.


Upon the recommendation of the President of the United States
and the National Conference on Street and Highway Safety, Bureau
of Public Roads, Department of Agriculture; this commission was
appointed by Governor Nice at the request of the Automobile Trade
Association of Maryland, The Automobile Club of Maryland and other
civic organizations, in order that they might study the automobile
laws of the State and recommend to the Governor and General Assem-
bly such changes and any new legislation they consider advisable.

Members of the Commission for Revision of Maryland

Motor Vehicle Laws

John E. Raine, Chairman of Revision, 1200 St. Paul Street; Auto-
mobile Trade Association of Maryland.

William Randolph, Secretary of Revision; 1200 St. Paul Street.
Judge Robert F. Stanton, Fayette and Fallsway; Commissioner of


D. Marshall Schroeder, Guilford Ave. and 21st St.; Deputy Commis-
sioner of Motor Vehicles.

Paul L. Holland, 1701 Munsey Building; Chief Engineer—P. S. C.
Nathan L. Smith, Federal Reserve Bank Bldg.; State Roads Com-

Preston D. Callum, Keyser Building; Baltimore Safety Council.
George A. Dornin, 819 Hawthorne Road; Grand Juriors Association.
Henry B. Potter, 803 Court Square Bldg.; Baltimore Transit Co.
Palmer C. Nickerson, 816 Baltimore Life Bldg.; Automobile Club of


Thomas F. Comber, Johns Hopkins University.
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.
Norton L. Dods, 1114 North Eutaw St.; Society of Automotive Engi-
George E. Keneipp, 810 N. Charles St.; Manager Keystone Automobile


Joseph Davidson, 400 Key Highway; Maryland Motor Truck Assn.
John A. White, 313 Gittings Ave..; Highways Users Conference of

Judge William F. Laukaitis, Fallsway and Fayette Sts.; Chief Justice

Traffic Court.
Edward McK. Johnson, Guilford and 21st Sts.; Captain of Maryland

State Police..

Dr. Horace E. Flack, Director, Department of Legislative Reference,
Baltimore; Consultant.


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