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Maryland Manual, 1929
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merits, leaves of absence, and other actions affecting the status of clas-
sified employees, provide for the removal of employees and hold hear-
ings when charges are filed by an appointing authority or a citizen,
prescribe the standards of performance and the form and scope of the
personnel records that appointing authorities keep, investigate the
efficiency of employees in the classified service, and make recommen-
dations tor increased efficiency and economy. The Commissioner is
also required to check payrolls in advance of the payment of salaries
to employees in the classified service, and certify to the legality of
the employment of such employees.

By Act of the General Assembly, Session of 1922, Part XVI, Chap-
ter 29, there was established the Department of State Employment and
Registration, to be composed of the State Employment Commission and
the various examining and licensing boards of the State, with such ad-
ditional boards as may hereafter be provided for, the head of this de-
partment to be the State Employment Commissioner, and to be known
as the Commissioner of State Employment and Registration.

Under the provisions of this section of the Act, the State Board of
Electrical Examiners and Supervisors and the State Board of Examiners
of Moving Picture Machine Operators, by authority of the Board of
Public Works, have their official office at the office of the State Em-
ployment Commission and transact their official business there.

The Eighth Annual Report, giving in detail the activities of the
Commission for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1928, and contain-
ing a recapitulation of the activities of previous years, has been issued
and is available for distribution upon. application to the office of the

Royal Arcanum Building, West Saratoga Street, Baltimore.
(Terms Expire 1931.)

Name. Postoffice.
Louis Reuling, Chairman ... Emerson Hotel, Baltimore
George W. Sanders, Secretary Royal Arcanum Bldg., Baltimore
John H. Glueser Baltimore

Governor appoints three for two years from appointment, one master
barber and two journeyman barbers . (Ch. 226, 1904.)*

The duties of the Barber Examiners are to examine and license all
barbers who have come into the State and all apprentices who have
served their three year term since May 1, 1904, and to see that the
barber shops that have started in business since the above date should
be run according to sanitary rules as laid down by the Board and ap-
proved by the Board of Health. Board meetings on Mondays from
2 to 5 P.M.


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