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96 MARYLAND MANUAL

ATLANTIC STATES MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION

Chapter 435—1941

"The Governor is hereby authorized and directed to execute a com-
pact on behalf of the State of Maryland with any one or more of the
States of Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New
York, New Jersey, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, South Caro-
lina, Georgia, Massachusetts and Florida and with such other States
as may enter into the compact, the purpose of which is to promote the
better utilization of the fisheries, marine, shell and anadromous, of
the Atlantic seaboard by the development of a joint program for the
promotion and protection of the fishing industry. Also by the pre-
vention of the physical waste of the fisheries from any cause.
Albert W. Woodfield, Member House of Delegates..............Galesville
Edwin Warfield, Jr., Chairman Tidewater Fisheries.............Woodbine
Carl Veach ...... .................................. .......................Cambridge

The Maryland Commission to consist of three members, one of
whom shall be the Commission of Conservation; one of whom shall
be a member of the Legislature and a member of the Commission on
Interstate Cooperation and the third member shall be appointed by
the Governor. The member so appointed by the Governor must be
with the advice and consent of the Senate. The term of the member
appointed by the Governor shall be for three years from June 1, 1941.
The sum of $700.00 is hereby appropriated for the expenses of the
Commission created by this Act."

THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Munsey Building, Baltimore 2, Maryland

Telephone: LExington 7510

Name Term Expires Postoffice
Steuart Purcell, Chairman............1947..... ...................Baltimore
Arthur H. Brice..................................... .....1961 ..............................Betterton
Charles B. Bosley...................... 1949................... Baltimore County
Frank Harper, Executive Secretary............................ ....Baltimore
Robert France Gen. Counsel— .......... 1951.. ............ Baltimore
Philip H. Dorsey, Jr., People's Coun..1949........... .....Leonardtown
Paul L. Holland, Chief Engineer...... .......... .......... Baltimore
John C. Masson, Chief Auditor........ ................ Baltimore

The Public Service Commission of Maryland was created by Chapter
180 of the Acts of 1910, effective April 5, 1910, and amended by
Chapter 992, Acts of 1945.

The Governor appoints the three members of the Commission, one
of whom he designates as Chairman. The term of office is six years,
and the term of one Commissioner expires every two years. The
Governor also appoints the General Counsel to the Commission for a
term of six years and appoints the People's Counsel for a term of
four years.

The Commission has jurisdiction over steam and electric rail-
roads, street railways and common carriers generally, including all
railroad corporations, express companies, sleeping car companies,
steamboat, power boat and ferry companies, and toll bridges as well
as motor vehicles engaged in the public transportation of passengers
and freight. The Commission also has jurisdiction over gas com-

 

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