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Maryland Manual, 1950
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President: Evelyn C. Luke, 1952

L. A. Winokur, 1952; H. D. Shellenberger, 1951; W. S.
Heatwole, 1951.

W. H. Waugaman, Secretary, 1951
33 S. Centre Street, Cumberland. Telephone: Cumberland 2810

The Board of Osteopathic Examiners was established in 1914. The
Board is composed of five members appointed by the Governor from
a full list of members in good standing of the Maryland Osteopathic
Association. The term of office is for three years (Code 1939, Art. 43,
sees. 411-414).

The Maryland Board of Osteopathic Examiners on receiving appli-
cations for license to practice osteopathy within the State, investigates
the credentials of the applicant and if they meet with the require-
ments, a license is issued by the Examining Board. Two meetings are
held each year for the examining of such applicants whose credentials
will not warrant issuing of a license through the Previous Practice,
or Reciprocity Acts. The examining Board co-operates with municipal
and State officials in enforcing the laws regulating the practice.

Expenditures, 1949, Special Funds.......................................? 63.00

Appropriation, 1950, Special Funds.................................... 130.00

Staff: None


President: Edward G. Hanrahan, M.D.
Jerome Lenet, D.S.C.; S. Jack Kleger, D.S.C.
Maurice E. Walsh, G.Cp., Secretary
712 Davison Building, Baltimore 1 Telephone: Saratoga 4489

The Board of Chiropody Examiners was created in 1916. It is com-
posed of four members appointed by the Board of Medical Examiners,
one of whom shall be a member of that Board and the other three
shall be selected from the membership of the Maryland Pedic Associa-
tion. The Board examines all persons who wish to practice chiropody
in the State. Applicants must have at least two years of education in
a recognized college of arts or sciences and be graduates of a school
or college of chiropody classified "A" or "B" by the National Associa-
tion of Chiropodists. The examinations, which may be written, oral,
or practical, are given in January and July of each year. The Board
also issues annual licenses to all chiropodists engaged in active prac-
tice within the State. The Board has the power to revoke the license
of any chiropodist, after due hearing, who is charged with mal-
practice or unethical conduct (Code 1947 Supp., Art. 43, sees. 426-

Expenditures, 1949, Special Funds.....................................$404.58

Appropriation, 1950, Special Funds.................................... 500.00

Staff: None


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