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Maryland Manual, 1950
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Faculty (State Medical Society) and the other representing the
Maryland State Homeopathic Medical Society. Each Board consists
of eight members appointed by their respective societies, two being
elected each year to serve for a term of four years. All members must
be engaged in the actual practice of medicine (Code 1939, Art. 43,
sec. 117).

The function of the Boards is to test the fitness of physicians for
the legal practice of medicine in this State and to issue licenses to
those qualified. The Boards may revoke the license of any physician
who forfeits the privilege of practicing medicine. Candidates for
licenses applying to the Board representing the Medical and Chirur-
gical Faculty must be graduates of medical schools approved by the
American Medical Association and the Association of American Medi-
cal Colleges. Graduates of foreign medical schools must present di-
plomas from medical schools offering medical education equivalent
to that given in approved medical schools of the United States. Each
candidate from a foreign medical school is considered individually.
The qualification for practice is determined either by written examina-
tion given by the Boards, or by recognition of a license obtained after
a written examination in a reciprocating State, or by endorsement of
a certificate of the National Board of Medical Examiners (Acts 1949,
Ch. 682). Examinations are held in June and December of each year.

Expenditures Appropriations

1949 1950
Board of Examiners (MCF),

Special Funds ...........................$12,323.77 $13,910.00

Homeopathic, Special Funds...... 256.50 189.00

Staff: 2.


Chairman: Ernest E. Green, 1951
Harry W. Hauf, 1951
Lowney D. Young, Secretary
221 East North Avenue, Baltimore 2 Telephone: Saratoga 8317

The Board of Examining Engineers was established in 1892. The
Board is composed of two members appointed by the Governor for
terms of two years. The appointees must have had experience operat-
ing steam engines, boilers, and stationary or portable engines. The
Board examines applicants for certificates of proficiency to operate
stationary or portable engines in Baltimore City. All certificates so
issued must be renewed annually by the Board. The members of the
Board periodically inspect all industries and places of business where
licensed engineers are employed to determine their compliance with
the law. The Board meets Tuesdays and Fridays from 7 P. M. to 9
P. M. (Acts 1910, Ch. 662).

Expenditures, 1949, Special Funds.................................$6,318.56

Appropriation, 1950, Special Funds................................. 6,480.00

Staff: 3


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