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Maryland Manual, 1969-70
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1006 ADDENDA AND ERRATA
The Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and
Public Health
Baltimore 21218
The Governor appointed this special eight-member advisory
committee in 1969 to study the effects of DDT and other
pesticides in Maryland in an effort to determine whether more
rigid controls or even a complete prohibition of the chemicals
used in pesticides is needed. The committee is to make its
report by January 1970 together with. its recommendations for
any tighter controls needed to regulate the use of pesticides.
The committee is also attempting to compile more data on the
residual effects of pesticides on Maryland's people, wildlife,
fish, livestock, and crops.
PUBLICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE
William H. Adkins II; Vladimir A. Wahbe; Frank A. DeFilippo.
The Governor appointed this special committee in 1969 to
screen all State-published brochures for any possible racial
slurs. The committee has issued a directive _ to all State
agencies requiring each to submit all non-technical brochures
and pamphlets to it prior to printing.
COMMISSION ON THE STATE TAX STRUCTURE
Chairman: Edwin S. Mills
Henry Aaron; Carl F. Christ; Richard W. Case; Joseph
Sherbow; Lawrence N. Woodworth; Donald E. Hood; Benjamin
F. Marsh; Henry A. Heinmuller, Jr.; James P. Slicher.
Department of Political Economy,
The Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore 21218
The Governor appointed this special study commission in
1969 to examine the needs and sources of new taxes and to
propose, if necessary, broad reforms of the State's tax struc-
ture. The commission will also consider the State's long-term
tax revenues in relation to its expenditures and the relation-
ship between the finances of local units of government and
those of the State. The commission is expected to report to
the 1971 Session of the General Assembly.
The address of the Status of Women commission is 5411
Harvest Moon Lane, Columbia 21403.
p. 265 The first two sentences of the second paragraph under Greater
Baltimore consolidated Food Market Authority should read:
The Authority consists of two ex officio members and five
appointed members. The ex officio members are the Director
of the Agricultural Extension Service of the University of
Maryland and the comptroller of the Treasury.
p. 266 Under Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning commission
read Vacancy for Mrs. Benjamin E. Cosca, 1973, Robert
E. Brennan, for Vacancy, 1972,

 
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