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on all bills Introduced In the General Assembly from 1918 to the pres-
ent. It also keeps copies of the codes and laws of other states, and it
maintains a library of books, pamphlets, reports, periodicals, and clip-
pings on matters of current public and political interest (Code 1957,
1971 Repl. Vol., Art. 40, sees. 48-53).
By Chapter 182, Acts of 1972, the Division of Statutory Revision was
created within the Department of Legislative Reference. The Division
is headed and administered by a Revisor of Statutes, appointed jointly
by the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Delegates
(Code 1967, 1971 Repl. Vol., 1972 Supp., Art. 40, sees. 63A-53D).
General Funds .................. $950,705 $1,130,257
Staff: 42.
Chairman: William S. James
Vies Chairman: Thomas Hunter Lowe
R. Bruce Alderman, Lowell R. Bowen, Francis B. Burch, David L.
Cahoon, James J. Cromwell, William P. Cunningham, Philip Dor-
sey, Jr., John C. Eldridge, S. Roland Ellison, Carl N. Everstine,
C. Edward Jones, Henry R. Laird, James McSherry, J. Michael
McWilliams, Jerrold V. Powers, Norman P. Ramsey, Roger D.
Redden, Zelig Robinson, Richard D. Rosenthal, Doris P. Scott,
Shale D. Stiller, Melvin J. Sykes, Howard J. Thomas, Charles W.
Woodward, James L. Wray.
J. Kemp Bartlett, Director
140 Main Street, Annapolis 21404 Telephone,- 267-1377
The Governor appointed this special Commission in 1970 to under-
take the first reorganization and recodification of the Annotated Code
of Maryland in more than eighty years. The Commission is to study
and undertake a formal bulk revision of the Public General Laws of
Maryland, in order to improve the organization, accessibility, utility
and clarity of laws, and to eliminate unconstitutional, obsolete and in-
consistent or conflicting statutes. The Commission is also to study and
recommend solutions to the problems of assembling and publishing
Public Local Laws, executive orders, agency regulations and other
significant legislative and executive materials. The Commission will
submit proposals and recommendations to the General Assembly from
time to time.
Staff services and support for the Commission are provided by the
Division of Statutory Revision within the Department of Legislative
Reference (Code 1957, 1971 Repl. Vol., Art. 40, sees. 63A-53D).
CHAIRMAN: William S. James, President of the Senate.
VICE CHAIRMAN: John Hanson Briscoe, Speaker of the House
of Delegates.
Ex officio members: George E. Snyder, Chairman, Finance Com-
mittee; J. Joseph Curran, Jr., Chairman, Committee on Judicial

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