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Maryland Manual, 1896
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MARYLAND MANUAL. 205

ERRATA.

Page 16, line 5, read W. H. Dewel for George W. Dowell.

Page 52, line 8, read 1876 for 1878.

Page 72, line 29, read was for is.

Page 172, lines 31 and 82, leave out "except in Baltimore city."

Page 150, line 30, read J. Nathan Childs for J. Nathan Howard.

Page 150, line 33, read W. B. Barrett for W. B. Ballington.

ADDENDA.

Twelve Notaries are authorized in Baltimore city by the Code, Article
LXVIII, section 1.

Four Notaries additional were authorized in Baltimore city by Act of
1890, chapter 7.

Four Notaries additional were authorized in Baltimore city by Act of
1892, chapter 373.

Eight Notaries additional were authorized in Baltimore city by Act of
1894, chapter 137.

In Treasury Department, page 144, read: Chief Clerk, Howard P. Orem,
of Baltimore city; Assistant Clerks, Robert Bowie, of Anne Arundel, John
Z. Bayless, of Harford.

In Comptroller's Office, page 144, in Assistant Clerks, for J. C. Wheatley,
of Kent, read William A. Tull, of Somerset.

In Third District of Queen Anne's, read W. E. Thompson, Justice of the
Peace, for Michael Keating, deceased.

OFFICERS UNDER THE NEW ASSESSMENT ACT OP 1896.—Seventy-nine
assessment districts in the State. Two assessors, at $4 per day of actual
service, are to be appointed in each district. County commissioners, sit-
ting as a board of review, have right to appoint an assessment clerk.
Appeal Tax Court of Baltimore may appoint two clerks. Where county
commissioners have annual salary, have additional per diem for assess-
ment work. Clerks in counties, $3 per day; in Baltimore city, $3.50.

ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS.—In Allegany, 3; Anne Arundel, 3; Baltimore
city, 22; Calvert, 1; Carolina, 1; Carroll, 4; Cecil, 1; Charles, 1; Dor-
chester, 2; Frederick, 8; Garrett, 1; Harford, 1; Kent, 1; Montgomery
3; Prince George's, 5; Queen Anne's, 1; Somerset, 1; St. Mary's, 2;
Talbot, 1; Washington, 9; Wicomico, 1; Worcester, 1.

Five boards of control and review, three persons, each to be appointed
in Baltimore, at $4 per day. One of the appointees to be recommended by
the political party casting next largest number of votes at the preceding
election.'

The appointments in this work are to April 18,1896.

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