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Maryland Manual, 1935
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The Board consists of five members appointed by the Governor for
a term of two years, as follows: Two from nominations made by the
Electrical Contractors’ Association; one from nominations made by
the Chief, of the Municipal Electrical Inspectors 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.)

Office—1307 Court Square Building, Baltimore, Md.
Acts of 1935—Chapter 282.
Name. . Term Expires Address.
Mrs. Paul Montgomery, Chairman July 1, 1936 . Baltimore, Md.
Miss Nyna Fey July 1, 1937 Cumberland, Md.
Miss Ida S. Crouch July 1, 1938 . Easton, Md.
Clay A. Nice, Secretary . . . Baltimore, Md.

The Board of Hairdressers and Beauty Culturists and the laws cre-
ating it are intended to promote the public health and safety. The Board
is authorized to examine, register and license all persons engaged in
or teaching hairdressing or beauty culture; to secure the better educa-
tion of such persons and prevent the spread of contagious and infec-
tious diseases by promulgating rules and regulations governing the
conduct and sanitation of hairdressing and beauty culture. Practice
of hairdressing or beauty culture without registration, prohibited.
Students and apprentices must also obtain certificates of registration.
The Board appoints a secretary who shall not be a member of the
Board; and may also employ a chief inspector and two assistant in-
spectors. It may also conduct hearings, compel the attendance of wit-
nesses, administer oaths, and collect registration fees for the issuance
of licenses, with or without examination.

The members of the Board are appointed by the Governor. The
members of the first board shall serve one, two and three years, re-
spectively. from July 1st, 1935; and succeeding members shall serve for
terms of three years. Members must have at least five years’ practical
experience in hairdressing or beauty culture, shall be citizens of the
State of Maryland, and shall not be members of nor affiliated with any
establishment or concern manufacturing or selling any merchandise or
commodities used in hairdressing or beauty shops, nor be directly or
indirectly connected with any school of beauty culture; and no two
members shall serve at the same time who are graduates of the same
school of beauty culture.

The Board is self-sustaining, having as its major source of revenue,

fees collected in registration and licensing.

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