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Session Laws, 1937 Special Session
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HARRY W. NICE, GOVERNOR. 65

18. REMOVAL TO ANOTHER COUNTY. Any applicant who has
moved into the county in which he applies within one year
prior to application, shall be deemed, for all purposes of this
Article, a resident of the county in which he last previously
resided. No recipient may transfer his residence from one
county to another without the written consent of the County
Departments of both counties, which consent shall not transfer
liability for his assistance to the county into which he shall so
remove.

19. ANNUAL APPROPRIATIONS. As long as the Federal Gov-
ernment continues to appropriate and make available funds on
a matching basis of fifty per centum of all money expended for
Old Age Assistance, the County Commissioners of each county
and the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore shall annually
levy or appropriate a sum of money sufficient to provide for one-
sixth of all assistance paid or to be paid within said county or
city. In the event of the withdrawal of the participation of
the Federal Government, the County Commissioners of each
county and the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore shall
annually appropriate a sum of money sufficient to provide for
one-third of all assistance paid or to be paid in said county
or city. Provided, however, that the County Commissioners of
each county and the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore City
shall not be obligated to pay ont any sums as assistance in ex-
cess of one-third of the total of all assistance paid or to be paid
within said county or city hereunder, except to the extent that
funds may be available in the State Treasury.

As long as the Federal Government continues to appropriate
and make available funds on a matching basis of fifty per cent
of all money expended for Old Age Assistance, the State De-
partment shall allocate funds to each county and the City of
Baltimore to the extent of five-sixths of the amount expended
for Old Age Assistance for each person receiving old age as-
sistance under the provisions of this Article. In the event the
Federal Government discontinues grants in aid for Old Age
Assistance, the State shall allocate funds to each county and
the City of Baltimore to the extent of two-thirds of the amount
expended for assistance under this Article. Estimates shall be
presented quarterly by the County Departments to the State
Department, and, when approved, warrants shall be issued
monthly by the State Comptroller, payable to the proper fiscal
officers of the respective counties and of Baltimore City, or to
the County Departments as the Board of State Aid and Chari-
ties may direct, covering the allocations made to the respective
County Departments.

20. No FEES TO BE PAID. No person shall make any charge
or receive any fee for representing an applicant or recipient of

 

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