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Maryland Manual, 1973-74
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It will be obvious to every reader of the MARYLAND MANUAL
that a book of this size, scope and magnitude can never be wholly
accurate even on the date it appears. The very last changes were made
in proof late in December of 1973. But at that time, while to the best
of our knowledge the book was believed to be accurate as of that date,
other parts of the book, for example the section dealing with the
General Assembly, are felt to be accurate only through November
16, 1973. In addition, the Legislative section may still be subjected to
revision by the Courts. The final boundaries of the legislative districts
for the election of the members of the General Assembly for the 1974
elections have not as yet been completely determined. The map with the
description of these districts is based upon the plan submitted by the
Governor in January of 1973. Both of these at press time do not reflect
the possible changes which may be made in the near future by the
Court of Appeals. Further, the suit challenging the election of the
Chairman of the Republican State Central Committee of Maryland has
not as yet been heard. Finally, the names of individuals and the State
agencies represented in this addenda section have not been indexed
with the rest of the book. The reader of the following will please take
these facts into consideration.
pp. 72, Read Herbert H. Rosenbaum, Deputy Secretary, Department
74 of Health and Mental Hygiene vice Richard A. Batterton,
now the Director of the Office of Energy Policy.
Joseph R. Noll has been appointed the Assistant Secretary
for Administration in the Department of Health and Mental
Hygiene to replace Mr. Rosenbaum.
p. 85 Under Henryton Hospital Center read Deloris M. Miller,
p. 81 Montrose School for Girls is now known as The Montrose
p. 86 Read the Highland Health Facility instead of Baltimore City
Hospitals "D" Building.
p. 102 Under Commission on Medical Discipline read Jerome J.
Collier, 1974.
p. 117 Under Fisheries Administration, the first sentence in para-
graph 3 should read: Part of the Administration's Tidewater
Fishery Management Program included planting 6.8 million
bushels of oyster shells for propagation purposes.
Under Wildlife Adminstration the second paragraph should
read: Among its duties is the management of thirty-five wild-
life areas encompassing 102,587 acres.
p. 128 Under the membership of the Land Recreation Committee
read Adna R. Bond, Forest Service.
p. 132- Under Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission and the
133 Potomac River Fisheries Commission read Fisheries Adminis-
tration instead of Department of Chesapeake Bay Affairs.
p. 137 Under State Planning Commission read Sidney H. Tinley, Jr.
p. 139 Under Department of Employment and Social Services read
David T. Mason, Secretary of Employment and Social Services

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