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Maryland Manual, 1983-84
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State Appeal Board
Chairperson: Vacancy
George Manis; Gilbert H. McQuay

State Treasury Building
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-3311

The State Appeal Board was established in
1933 as the "State License Bureau" (Chapter 2,
Acts of the Special Session of 1933). In 1947 the
General Assembly changed the name to the State
Appeal Board (Chapter 501, sec. 177, Acts of
1947). The Board is composed of three members
appointed by the Comptroller of the Treasury
subject to the approval of the Governor. The
Comptroller designates the Chairperson of the
Board and the Board appoints a secretary. It
hears appeals from decisions of local licensing au-
thorities in Dorchester and Somerset counties
(Code 1957, Art. 2B. secs. 61, 70, 147, 154, 177,
184). The Board meets for hearings and to hear
appeals within the time prescribed by law at the
county seat of the county in which the action
originated. The appropriation for the expenses of
the Board is included in the budget of the Alco-
hol and Tobacco Tax Division.

Board of Revenue Estimates

Bureau of Revenue Estimates

Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the Treasury
William S. James, State Treasurer

H. Louis Stettler III, Secretary of Budget and Fis-
cal Planning

Robert D. Rader, Chief, Bureau of Revenue Esti-
mates, Secretary

State Treasury Building
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-3882

The Board of Revenue Estimates and the
Bureau of Revenue Estimates were created by
Chapter 991, Acts of 1945. The Board is com-
posed of the Comptroller of the Treasury, the
State Treasurer, and the Secretary of Budget and
Fiscal Planning. It studies the findings and rec-
ommendations of the Bureau and then sends to
the Governor, for submission to the General As-
sembly, an itemized statement of anticipated reve-
nues for the succeeding fiscal year, together with
its recommendations. The Bureau studies and an-
alyzes all sources of revenue, prepares for the
Board the findings for the itemized statement of
anticipated revenue, devises equitable and eco-
nomical means of collection of such revenue, and
devises and recommends new sources of revenue.

The Chief of the Bureau of Revenue Estimates,
in conjunction with the State Comptroller's Of-
fice, prepares and submits to the members of the
General Assembly by the end of the months of
January and July in each year an itemized state-
ment showing the following information for the
six-month period ending on the next preceding
December 31 or June 30, as the case may be: 1)
estimated revenue from all sources, by funds, for
the current budget period; 2) collections for the
next preceding six-month period; and 3) amount
of revenues uncollected or over-collected (Code
1957, Art. 41, sec. 194). The appropriation for
the Bureau of Revenue Estimates is included in
the budget of the Comptroller of the Treasury.



William S. James, Treasurer
Edwin J. Schamel, Chief Deputy
Marion B. Meidenbauer, Deputy
Margaret H. Terry, Deputy
Robert L. Richter, Deputy

P. 0. Box 666

Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-3533

Under the Constitution of 1776 there were two State Treasurers—the Treasurer of the Eastern
Shore and the Treasurer of the Western Shore. In 1841 a constitutional amendment consolidated the
two offices. The present constitution provides that the Treasurer shall be elected by joint ballot of
both Houses of the General Assembly for a term of four years. The Treasurer is responsible for ac-
counting for all deposits made each day by State agencies in depositories designated and authorized by
him. The Treasurer prepares all checks drawn for disbursement of State cash funds, and he or one of
his Deputies sign these checks, which are then countersigned by the Comptroller or one of his autho-

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