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Maryland Manual, 1950
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sponsors of boxing and wrestling matches a fee equal to ten percent
of the gross gate receipts (Code 1939, 1947 Supp., Art. 56, eecs.

Expenditures, 1949 .........--.........--.........-$20,865.16

Appropriation, 1950 (Special funds) ........................ 31,095.00

Staff: 4.



Chairman: Charles Z. Heskett, 1952
William W. Gavin, Jr., 1951; Robert Gould, 1950;

August B. Haneke, 1950; Richard S. Boutelle, 1950.
Richard A. Jamison, Director of Aeronautics
Ward B. Coe, Jr., Counsel
922 Munsey Building, Baltimore 2 Telephone: Saratoga 4751

The State Aviation Commission, created in 1929, is composed of five
members appointed by the Governor for a term of three years. It is
the purpose of the Commission to assist and encourage the develop-
ment of aviation in Maryland. Airports, air navigators, aeronautical
schools and instructors in the State are registered and licensed by
this agency. All licenses granted by the federal government to pilots
living in Maryland and to aircraft operating within the State must
be registered with the Commission. In cooperation with federal
authorities, the Commission aids in the planning and development of
airports and airport sites in Maryland and administers federal funds
alloeted for that purpose (Acts 1949, Ch. 422).

Expenditures Appropriations

1949 1950
General Funds .......-$ 53,325.47 $ 18,665.00
Special Funds ...---. 25.00
Federal Aid ........... 1,015,895.00 602,000.00

Total ....... ....--$1,069,245.47 $620.665.00
Staff: 3.



Joseph F. DiDomenico, Commissioner,
Department of Labor and Industry
A. L. Penniman, 1952
George P. Emerson, 1950
12 East Mulberry Street, Baltimore 2 Telephone: Lexington 3596

The Board of Boiler Rules was established in 1920. It is composed
of three members two of whom are appointed by the Governor for a
term of three years; the third member of the Board being the Com-
missioner of Labor and Industry. Of the appointive members of the


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