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Maryland Manual, 1938
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and the transfer accordingly made on the books thereof, and
the certificate or other evidence cancelled; but the Legisla-
ture may make provisions tor the loss of certificates, or
other evidences of the debt; and may prescribe, by law, the
manner in which the Treasurer shall receive and keep the
moneys of the State.*

SEC. 4. The Treasurer shall render his accounts quarterly
to the Comptroller, and shall publish monthly, in such news-
papers as the Governor may direct, an abstract thereof,
showing the amount of cash on hand, and the place or places
of deposit thereof; and on the third day of each regular ses-
sion of the Legislature he shall submit to the Senate and
House of Delegates fair and accurate copies of all accounts
by him from time to time, rendered and settled with the
Comptroller. He shall at all times submit to the Comp-
troller the inspection of the money in his hands, and per-
form all other duties that shall be prescribed by law.

SEC. 5. The Comptroller shall qualify and enter on the
duties of his office on the third Monday of January next suc-
ceeding the time of his election, or as soon thereafter as
practicable. And the Treasurer shall qualify within one
month after his appointment by the Legislature.

SEC. 6. Whenever during the recess of the Legislature
charges shall be preferred to the Governor against the
Comptroller or Treasurer for incompetency, malfeasance in
office, wilful neglect of duty, or misappropriation of the
funds of the State, it shall be the duty of the Governor forth-
with to notify the party so charged, and fix a day for a
hearing of said charges; and if from the evidence taken,
under oath on said hearing before the Governor, the said
allegations shall be sustained, it shall be the duty of the
Governor to remove said offending officer and appoint an-
other in his place, who shall hold the office for the unexpired
term of the officer so removed.


County Commissioners—Surveyor—State Librarian—Com-
missioner of the Land Office—Wreck Master.

SECTION 1. County Commissioners shall be elected on
general ticket of each county by the qualified voters of the
several counties of the State, on the Tuesday next after the
first Monday in the month of November, commencing in the
year eighteen hundred and ninety-one; their number in each

'Thus amended by the Acts of 1929, Chapter 133, and adopted by the people
of the State at the November election of 1930.


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