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Maryland Manual, 1971-72
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Gordon P. Hallock, Director
94 College Avenue, Annapolis. 21401 Telephone: 267-5461
The Seafood Market Development Division was created by the
Board of Public Works on May 15, 1967, operating under the Depart-
ment of Chesapeake Bay Affairs. On September 1, 1970, the Division
was established as the "Seafood Marketing Authority and Division of
Market Development" of the Department of Economic and Community
Development, by Chapter 527, Acts of 1970.
The Seafood Marketing Authority is to examine all aspects of the
system by which seafood is harvested from Chesapeake Bay and other
Maryland waters continually, the method of harvesting and their
eventual delivery to the ultimate consumer. The purpose is to develop
better methods or techniques which will reduce the cost, improve the
quality and expand the market and profitability of the industry as
well as increase employment and improve the quality of the area (Code
1957, 1971 Repl. Vol., Art. 41, sec. 257-1).




General Funds
Special Funds

$ 12,000

$ 70,000

Federal Funds



Staff: 9.



Chairman: Wilson K. Barnes, 1974
Elizabeth R. Dockman, 1972; Roland C. McConnell, 1972; Frank
B. Wade, 1972; B. Floyd Flickinger, 1973; Raymond 0. McCul-
lough, 1973; Charles Francis Wilding, 1973; Spencer P. Ellis,
1974; John Sparks, 1974; C. Lease Bussard, 1975; Max Chambers,
1975; William B. Jones, 1975; Edwin F. Ball, 1976; Ruth King
Keith, 1976; Eleanora Lynn, 1976.
Bruce K. Price, Executive Director
94 College Avenue, Annapolis 21401 Telephone: 267-5046
The Maryland Bicentennial Commission, created by Chapter 458,
Acts of 1968, consists of fifteen members appointed to plan for the
commemoration of the American Revolution. Members of the Commis-
sion are appointed by the Governor for terms of five years each.
Members may be reappointed. Members of the Commission elect their
own Chairman and appoint its Executive Director.
The Commission is to give emphasis to significant events preceding
the American Revolution, the coordination of activities with similar
groups, encouragement of local bodies in developing commemorative
programs, development of scholarly publications, encouragement of
development of scenic parkways to preserve and promote Maryland's
shrines, and develop school programs. The Commission is to confer
with Federal groups, and to adopt an official flag, seal and other
such emblems.
Appropriations 1971 1972
General Funds $44,708 $50,040

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