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The Annotated Code of the Public General Laws of Maryland, 1924
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1494 ARTICLE 41.

availed of by any of such divisions as needed, to the end that the clerical
and stenographic forces in each of the said divisions may he reduced to the
minimum required.

1922, ch. 29, sec. 10 (p. 43).

11. Any appropriation in the Budget for the fiscal years ending, respec-
tively, September 30, 1923, and September 30, 1924, made to or for the
use or benefit of any officer, board, commission, department or other govern-
mental agency abolished or superseded by the terms of this Act, shall be
held and considered an appropriation to or for the use or benefit of the
officer, board, commission, department or other governmental agency to
whom or to which the rights, powers, duties, obligations or functions of the
aforesaid agency so abolished or superseded are by this Act, in whole or in
part, transferred, or who or which succeeds to the same; and this shall be
the case whether this Act or the Budget Bill is enacted first.

1922, ch. 29, sec. 11 (p. 43).

12. Any law enacted at the Session of 1922 of the General Assembly of
Maryland which amends or enacts any provisions of law relating to any
officer, board, commission, department or other governmental agency abol-
ished, superseded or affected by this Act, or to the powers or duties thereof,
shall be taken and held as applying to the officer, board, commission, depart-
ment or other governmental agency to whom or to which the rights, powers,
duties, obligations or functions of the aforesaid agency so abolished, super-
seded or affected are transferred, in whole or in part, or who or which
succeeds to the same; and this shall be the case whether such law or this
Act is enacted first.

1.
The Executive Department.

1922, ch. 29 (p. 43).

13. The head of the Executive Department shall be the Governor of
the State, who in addition to the rights, powers, duties, obligations and
functions now or hereafter conferred by law, shall also have supervision and
direction over the officers and agencies hereby or hereafter assigned to the
Executive Department.

Governor's Advisory Council.

1922, ch. 29 (p. 73).

14. For the purpose of promoting co-ordination and effective super-
vision over the conduct of the State Government, the following shall con-
stitute an Advisory Council for the Governor:

The State Comptroller

The State Treasurer

The Attorney General

The Chairman of the State Board of Education

 

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