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Maryland Manual, 1945-46
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Dr. Hurlbert Young, Secretary, 4106 Garrison Blvd. 15 — Baltimore
Dr. John H. Engel .. .. .. .......... ......... —.. .....Baltimore
Dr. John D. Gadd .... ............. ... .... ..Towson

The Governor appoints five for four years from the first Monday in
May. (Bagby Code, Art. 43, Sec. 136.)

The State Veterinary Medical Board is authorized to issue licenses
entitling the holders thereof to practice veterinary medicine and surg-
ery in the State of Maryland. It shall be unlawful for any person or
persona to practice veterinary medicine or surgery in the State of
Maryland without having previously obtained a diploma from a col-
lege duly authorized to grant such to students of veterinary medicine
and surgery and who shall also pass a satisfactory examination be-
fore the State Veterinary Medical Board. The Board is required to
examine all diplomas as to their genuineness, and each applicant shall
submit to a theoretical and practical examination before the Board.
It is the duty of the Board to keep a register of all practitioners
qualified to practice veterinary medicine and surgery or any branches
thereof in the State, and have said register open to the public at all
reasonable hours.


Office: Calvert Building, Baltimore 2, Maryland

Acts of 1936—Chapter 282.
Telephone: MUlberry 3843

Mrs. Clara E. Taylor, Chairman ..... ......1946.... .. Annapolis
Mrs. E. Pearl Drechsler............. ........1947 Baltimore
Mrs. Mary H. Duvall, Secretary — .... .... Baltimore
Mrs. Marie E. Schuster, Chief Inspector .. .. —......Baltimore

The Board of Hairdressers and Beauty Culturists is authorized
to examine, register and license all persons engaged in or teaching
hairdressing or beauty culture; to secure the better education of such
persons and prevent the spread of contagious and infectious diseases
by promulgating rules and regulations governing the conduct and
sanitation of hairdressing and beauty culture. Practice of hairdress-
ing 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 inspectors. It
may also conduct hearings, compel the attendance of witnesses,
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, for
terms of three years. Members must have at least five years' prac-
tical 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 mer-
chandise 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 sources of revenue
fees collected in registration and licensing.


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