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Session Laws, 1908 Session
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He shall, at the expense of the State, when necessary, cause
the militia law, the military regulations of the State and
Articles of War of the United States to be printed, indexed
and bound in proper and compact form and distributed to
the commissioned officers of the National Guard, sheriffs,
clerks of Circuit Courts of the counties, and to the clerk of the
Superior Court of Baltimore City, one copy to each; and to
each commissioned officer and headquarters he shall issue one
copy of the necessary text-books and of such annual reports
concerning the militia as the Governor may direct, (c) He
shall cause to be prepared and issued all necessary blank
books, blank forms and notices required to carry into full effect
the provisions of this chapter. All such books and blanks
shall be and remain the property of the State, (d) The seal
now used in the office of the Adjutant General shall be the seal
of his office and shall be delivered by him to his successor.
(e) The Adjutant General may have one Assistant Adjutant
General of the grade of Colonel, whose salary shall be fifteen
hundred dollars per annum, and the said sum is hereby appro-
priated for that purpose annually, and the Comptroller is
hereby directed to draw his warrant on the Treasurer, who is
hereby directed to pay the same in equal monthly instalments;
and the necessary clerks and employees, not exceeding four,
and as many laborers as may be required from time to time.
The Assistant Adjutant General shall be at the time of his
appointment an officer in active service in the militia of the
State, or shall have served in the National Guard for at least
three years. He shall be appointed and commissioned by the
Governor upon the recommendation of the Adjutant General,
and shall be entitled to all rights and privileges granted to
officers of the National Guard in this chapter. The clerks and
employees shall be appointed and the laborers hired by the
Adjutant General. The Assistant Adjutant General shall aid
the Adjutant General by the performance of such duties as
may be assigned to him, and shall, in case of absence or
inability of the Adjutant General, perform all or such portion
of the duties of the Adjutant General as the Governor or Adju-
tant General may expressly delegate to him. (/) In order that
the National Guard of the State shall receive the benefit of
the funds provided by Congress, it shall be the duty of the
Adjutant General of the State to submit to the proper United
States authorities a plan of proposed field or camps service
of instructions, prepared by the Governor and Commander-in-
Chief for the ensuing year, with an estimate of the funds re-
quired for payment, subsistence and transportation of the
National Guard participating therein, said estimate to furnish


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