1032 LAWS OF MARYLAND [CH. 631
tribution of directories of licensees and copy of any rules or regula-
tions adopted by the Commission and any educational material
approved by the Commission and to require the Commission to
publish and make available an annual report covering its activities
for the preceding year.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That Sub-section 219(b), Sections 221 and 224, Sub-sections 228(a),
Sections 229, 230, 231, 232, 233 and 238 of Article 56 of the Annotated
Code of Maryland (1951 Edition), title "Licenses", sub-title "Real
Estate Brokers" be and the same are hereby repealed and re-enacted,
with amendments, to read as follows:
219. (b) "Real Estate Salesman" shall mean any person [em-
ployed either directly or indirectly by a real estate broker either on
a part or full time basis] licensed to perform on behalf of any licensed
Real Estate Broker any act or acts authorized by this sub-title to be
performed by a real estate broker.
221. (a) The Commission shall employ and may discharge at its
pleasure an Executive Secretary and such assistants as may be
necessary and do all other things deemed necessary to discharge the
duties imposed by and to effect the purposes of this sub-title. The
Executive Secretary shall possess a broad knowledge of the generally
accepted practices in the real estate business in this State and be
reasonably well informed as to the general laws governing agency
and contracts for the conveyance or leasing of real estate.
(b) The compensation of the members of the Commission, the
Executive Secretary and that of all other employees of the Commis-
sion shall be provided in the State Budget.
(c) The Chairman and Executive Secretary each shall annually
give corporate surety bond to the State of Maryland, in such sum as
the State Comptroller may prescribe, with condition that he faith-
fully perform the duties of his office and account for all funds re-
ceived under color of his office.
(d) The Commission may also employ and discharge at its pleasure
two or more field inspectors to make investigations as are required
by the provisions of Section 231 (a) of this sub-title.
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NEY GENERAL OF MARYLAND MAY APPOINT A QUALIFIED
ATTORNEY AT LAW, WHO SHALL SERVE AT THE PLEAS-
URE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL, TO REPRESENT THE
COMMISSION IN CONDUCTING HEARINGS ON CHARGES
AGAINST LICENSEES AND SAID ATTORNEY AT LAW SHALL
RECEIVE SUCH COMPENSATION AS IS PROVIDED IN THE
BUDGET OF THE COMMISSION.
224. (License Required.) (a) From and after June 1,1939, it shall
be unlawful for any person, co-partnership, association, or corpora-
tion to engage in or carry on the business of or act in the capacity of
a real estate broker or a real estate salesman within this State with-