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the Maryland Horse Breeders' Association; one the mile track associa-
tions; one the half-mile track associations; and one member of the
The Committee administers the Maryland-Bred Race Program and
the Maryland-Bred Race Fund. This Fund was established by having
each thoroughbred track licensee allocate .34% of the mutuel pool of
all races conducted by it during the year. The Fund is then used as a
purse for races involving Maryland-bred horses (Code 1967, 1965
Supp., Art. 78B, sec. 16).
Appropriations 1965 1966
General Funds $ 63,245 $ 73,714
Special Funds $1,013,316 $1,013,316
Totals $1,076,561 $1,087,030
Staff: 10.
Chairman: Edward J. Dyas, Chief License Inspector
Delbert S. Null, 1966; Mac Gardiner, 1967; Ross B. Diffen-
derffer, 1968; E. Randolph Wootton, 1968; Howard N.German,
1969; William C. Harloff, 1969.
Samuel T. Abrams, Executive Secretary
301 W. Preston Street, Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 837-9000
The Real Estate Commission, originally established by Chapter 351,
Acts of 1939, had its membership expanded by Chapter 617, Acts of
1961. The Commission is now composed of seven members, one of
whom is the Chief of the State License Bureau, who acts as chair-
man. Of the remaining members, appointed by the Governor with the
advice and consent of the Senate for four-year terms, one represents
the Eastern Shore; one, Central Maryland; one, Baltimore City; one,
Southern Maryland; one, Western Maryland; and one, the State at
large. All appointive members must be citizens and residents of the
area for which they were appointed for not less than five years, and
they must have been actively engaged in the real estate business for
ten years prior to appointment. The Commission licenses all real
estate agencies, brokers and salesmen doing business, or wishing to
do business in Maryland. It has the power to revoke, refuse, or sus-
pend licenses of any agency or person for violating the State real
estate laws or for unethical conduct (Code 1957, Art. 56, sees. 212-32).
Appropriations 1965 1966
General Funds $74,377 $84,307
Staff: 8.
President and Chairman: Richard W. Case
Directors elected by member associations: Henry R. Elsnic, 1966;
Frank A. Leilich, 1966; Sidney H. Tinley, Jr., 1966; Charles E.
Orth, Jr., 1967; J. H. L. Trautfelter, 1967; Stephen A. Pretl,
1968; Henry R. Weisheit, 1968; John P. Zebelean, Jr., 1968.
Directors appointed by the Governor: Richard W. Case, 1967;
G. Edwin Kline, 1967; Robert Stocksdale, 1967.
Harry B. Wolf, Jr., Executive Vice President
1123 N. Eutaw Street, Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 727-7810

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