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Maryland Manual, 1950
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President: J. William Groves, 1951
Vincent A. Cinquegrani, Secretary, 1951
Robert M. Gerber, Treasurer, 1951

17 Guilford Avenue, Baltimore 2 Telephones: Plaza 2712
or Saratoga 4262

The Board of Barber Examiners was created in 1904. It is com-
posed of three members appointed by the Governor for two years.
The Board examines and licenses persons wishing to practice barber-
ing. Examinations for this purpose are held in Baltimore in January,
April, July, and October of each year. The Board also has the power
to inspect all barber shops and to report to the county health officer
any unsanitary conditions. The Board may suspend the license of any
barber who consistently maintains an unsanitary shop (Code 1939,
Art. 43, sees. 304-317).

Expenditures, 1949, Special Funds................................$2,741.38

Appropriation, 1950, Special Funds............ ............... 3,320.00

Staff: None


President: Dorothy F. McBride, 1952
Sister Mary Vincent Dunnigan, Secretary-Treasurer, 1952;

Elizabeth F. Norwood, 1950; Eva M. Bradley, 1951; Irene M.
Duffy, 1951.

Angela M. Shipley, Executive Secretary
1217 Cathedral Street, Baltimore 1 Telephone: Lexington 1758

The Board consists of five members appointed by the Governor for
terms of three years. As vacancies occur, the Maryland State Nurses
Association submits to the Governor the names of five of its members
from which appointees must be selected. It is the duty of the Board
to examine all applicants for registration as "Registered Nurse" and
to issue the proper certificate. It is also the duty of the Board to
examine applicants for the license "Licensed Practical Nurse," and to
issue the proper certificate. A register of the names of all nurses
registered and licensed is kept open to the public. The Board visits
hospitals, and schools of nursing, and concerns itself with the course
of study and nursing education carried on in these schools. For suffi-
cient cause, the Board, by a majority vote, may revoke any certificate
(Code 1939, Art. 43, sees. 287-296).

The Board cooperates with the National League of Nursing Edu-
cation by contributing to its test pool and using its examinations and
with. the State Board of Education by making practical use of its
Equivalent Examination.

Expenditures, 1949, Special Funds............................ $18,542.59

Appropriation, 1950, Special Funds.............................. 19,067.00

Staff: 4.


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