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Maryland Manual, 1934
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The Board consists of five members appointed by the Governor for
a term of three years, as follows: Two from nominations made by the
Electrical Contractors’ Association; one from nominations made by
the Chief of the Municipal Electrical Tnspectors of Baltimore; one
from nominations made by the Association of Fire Underwriters of
Baltimore City, and one a journeyman electrician. (Ch. 244, 1906.)
The duty of this Board is to examine all applicants for license as
"Master Electrician." No person, firm or corporation, is permitted
by law to install, erect or repair electrical wiring, or conductors used
for electric light, heat, or power until a license has been issued to them
as a Master Electrician by the Board of Examiners after an examina-
tion according to the rules and regulations adopted by said Board.
Also, the Board has the right to adopt rules and regulations for the
placing, installing and operating electrical wires, appliances, apparatus
or construction in, upon or about buildings in the City of Baltimore.
(See Sec. 4 of the Act.)

Address: Frederick A. Kloch 1172 Cleveland St., Baltimore.
Name Term Expires.
Dr. L. Hickman Veterinarian 1937
Conrad Einschutz Master 1936
William Beatty Journeyman 1937
Frederick A. Kloch Journeyman 1937
John J. Miller .Master 1937

The Governor appoints five members of this Board for four years
from the date of tneir appointment. One shall be a Veterinarian, two
shall be Master Rorseshoers and two shall be Journeyman Horse-
shoers. (Ch. 491, 1898.)

It is the duty of this Board to hold regular meetings in the months
of May and November in each year, for the examination of persons
desiring to practice horseshoeing, as Journeymen or Master Horse-
shoers. The requirements of said examiners shall be furnished to all
persons desiring to be examined for such certificates, and the appli-
cant, if on examination shall be found to possess the said require-
ments, lie shall be granted a certificate by this Board upon the pay-
ment of a fee of two dollars.

Court of Appeals, Annapolis, Md.
Name Postoflice.
Alexander Armstrong (Chairman)Hagerstown
F. W. C. Webb Salisbury
Jesse N. Bowen (Secretary) ......................Baltimore
The Board consists of three members appointed by the Court of
Appeals for terms of three years, and a member of the Board is ap-
pointed annually.

All applications for admission to the Bar are referred by the Court
of Appeals to the State Board of Law Examiners. (Annotated Code,
Artlele 10, Section 2.)


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