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Session Laws, 1935
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tion, and eliminating the requirement that the Attorney
to the County Commissioners render legal assistance to
the County Treasurer.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That Section 199 of Article 16 of the Code of
Public Local Laws of Maryland (1930 Edition), title
"Montgomery County, " sub-title "County Treasurer, " be
and it is hereby repealed and re-enacted, with amendments,
to read as follows:

199. There shall be a Treasurer of Montgomery Coun-
ty, who shall be a resident and qualified voter of said
county, and not less than twenty-five years of age on the
date of his election; he shall be elected at the general elec-
tion held in said Montgomery County in November,
1938, and shall hold his office for the term of four years
from the first Tuesday of May next succeeding the date of
his election, and upon the expiration of his term his suc-
cessor shall be elected in the manner provided in this sec-
tion. The County Commissioners of Montgomery County
are hereby directed to provide the Treasurer with suitable
office space in the Court House at Rockville. The County
Treasurer is hereby authorized to appoint in addition to
the appointments now allowed by law, his own attorney or
attorneys, whose aggregate salary shall not exceed one
thousand two hundred ($1, 200. 00) dollars per annum, one
clerk whose annual salary shall not exceed one thousand
three hundred ($1, 300. 00) dollars, and a private stenog-
rapher at a salary not exceeding one thousand
three hundred ($1, 300. 00) dollars per annum. The
Treasurer shall devote his personal attention to the
duties of the office, and the County Treasurer's office shall
be open for the transaction of business during the business
hours of each week during his term, excepting legal holi-
days. The County Commissioners are hereby authorized
and directed to pay the County Treasurer such sums of
money as may be required each year for postage, station-
ery and other incidental office expenses, and to pay the
salaries of the attorney or attorneys, the above mentioned
clerk and the private stenographer of said County Treas-
urer; provided however that the present County Treasurer
shall hold office until his successor is duly elected and

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That this Act is here-
by declared to be an emergency law and necessary for the
immediate preservation of the public health and safety,


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