4 Laws of Maryland [Ch. 2
one hundred and twenty (120) days after the end of the fiscal year for
which said Statement is made, file the same with the State Fiscal
Research Bureau as hereinabove required. Upon the receipt of any
such Statement of Financial Condition, properly executed, the State
Fiscal Research Bureau shall examine the same, and upon being satis-
fied that said Statement of Financial Condition complies with the pro-
visions of this sub-title, it shall file said Statement of Financial Con-
dition in a special file reserved for such Statements, which shall be
[at all times] available for inspection by any resident of the State
of Maryland for a period of three years. Any person may request a
certified copy of any of the Statements of Financial Condition so
filed, and upon pre-payment of a fee of Two Dollars, the State Fiscal
Research Bureau shall cause such certified copy to be prepared and
delivered to the person making such request. After three years
said Statements of Financial Condition may be disposed of in ac-
cordance with the provisions of Sections 153 and 154 of this Article.
129. Each of the said Treasurers or other authorized financial
officers subject to the provisions of this sub-title shall be personally
liable to a penalty, collectible in the name of the State of Maryland
in the amount of Ten Dollars a day, for every day or fraction thereof,
after the lapse of the time limit prescribed by Section  128 of
this Article, said Treasurer or other authorized financial officer shall
be in default in the filing of the Statement of Financial Condition re-
quired by Section  128 of this Article, but if such statement
shall, in the opinion of the State Fiscal Research Bureau, be in-
complete or inadequate, then the State Fiscal Research Bureau shall
give notice by registered mail to such Treasurer or other authorized
financial officer, of the items wherein said statement is incomplete or
inadequate, and if such Treasurer or other financial officer shall not
within ten days from the date of said notice file a complete and
adequate statement, he shall be deemed in default and liable to the
penalty herein prescribed.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That this Act shall take effect
June 1, 1957.
Approved January 28, 1957.
(Senate Bill 25)
AN ACT to repeal and re-enact, with amendments, Section 19 of
Article 64A of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1951 Edition),
title "Merit System", providing that the Commissioner of Personnel
shall be required to publish only one notice of every open examina-
tion, but may, in his discretion, publish such notice more often, if
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