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Maryland Manual, 1935
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The Governor appoints, for a term of two years from the first day
in May, three skilled plumbers of Baltimore City, who, with the Com-
missioner of Health of Baltimore City and one member of the State
Board of Health, comprise the Board. (Ch. 436, 1910.)

The law of Maryland requires that those who may desire to engage
in or work at plumbing shall first secure a certificate of their com-
petency. It is the duty of this Board to examine those so engaged
and to ascertain whether or not they are entitled to a certificate.

The Board holds meetings regularly twice a week from February
1st to June 1st of each year for the renewing of and issuing of licenses
and special meetings during the balance of the year.

Master and journeyman certificates are given upon a successful
answer to a written and practical examination.

In Anne Arundel County there funotions a plumbing commission
authorized by Chapter 402 of the General Assembly 1935.

Mercantile Trust Building, Baltimore.
Name. Term Expires. Postoffice.
Edw. 3. Stegman (Chairman) 1937 Baltimore
Charles 0. Hall .1938....Baltimore
3. Wallace Bryan (Sec’y-Treas.) 1936

3. Richard Wilkins ..1937..... Baltimore
W. 0. Weyforth 1937 Baltimore

The Governor appoints three Certified Public Accountants (one
each year) for terms of three years each, together with one attorney
for a term of two years, and one economist (selected from a list of
three names submitted by the President of Johns Hopkins University)
for a term of two years (Chapter 585, 1924; Bagby s Annotated Code
of Public General Laws of Maryland, Article 75-A).

The duties of this Board are to examine applicants for certificates
as Certified Public Accountants. Examinations are held once a year,
usually in November, and are conducted according to the Board’s rules
and regulations. The names of those persons who pass the examina-
tions are transmitted by the Board to the Governor, and to such
persons the Governor issues certificates. The Governor may revoke
any such certificate for cause.

506 Old Town Baak Building, Baltimore, Md.
Chapters 111, 226, 565, 572, Acts 1935
Chapter 575, Acts 1924.
(All terms expire May, 1937)
Ex-Officio Members:
Dr. H. H. Riley . Director, State Board of Health
Dr. Huntington Williams Hefilth Commissioner of Baltimore

Dr. Wm. H. F. Warthen Asst. Health Commissioner of Balto.

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