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Maryland Manual, 1950
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every three months, under the supervision of three Board members.
Examinations are both written and practical; the written examination
is held in one of the high schools of Baltimore, and the practical
examination is held in one of the vocational schools of Baltimore.
All beauty shops and schools are under the supervision of the Board
in all matters pertaining to health and sanitation (Code 1939, 1947
Supp., Art. 43, sees. 471-496).

Expenditures, 1949, Special Funds...........................$41,427.06

Appropriation, 1950, Special Funds.............................. 44,576.00

Staff: 19.


President; Kermit F. Smith, D.C., 1952
Norman E. Osborne, D.C., Secretary-Treasurer, 1951; Ed-
gar H. Northam, D.C., 1950.

2 Broadway, Hagerstown Telephone: Hagerstown 887

The State Board of Chiropractic Examiners was created by an Act
of the General Assembly in 1920. The Board is composed of three
practicing chiropractors who must be residents of the State, be gradu-
ated from a resident course in chiropractic, and have practiced chiro-
practic in the State for a period of at least five consecutive years. The
Governor appoints one member each year from a list of five names,
including the incumbent member, which list has been submitted to him
by the Maryland Chiropractic Association. Such members shall
serve for a period of three years (Code 1947, Supp. Art. 43, sec, 442;

Acts. 1949, Ch. 704).

The Board examines applicants for licenses, investigates all com-
plaints, and if necessary reports same to the States Attorney.
Expenditures, 1949, Special Funds.................................$2,086.89

Appropriation, 1950, Special Funds.............................. 3,700.00

Staff: None


Chairman: W. Twilley Malone, 1953

Lucius R. White, 1950; Louis McLane Fischer, 1951; Al-
lan Burton, Secretary-Treasurer, 1952; William F. Stone,
Jr., 1954.

T. Worth Jamison, Executive Secretary
8 E. Mulberry Street, Baltimore 2 Telephone: Lexington 3448

The Board of Examiners and Registration of Architects was estab-
lished in 1935. The five-member Board is appointed by the Gov-
ernor. The term of each member is five years; the term of one
member expiring each year. Appointees to the Board must have been
engaged in the independent practice of architecture for at least ten
years, and at least three of the members must be graduates of
approved schools of architecture. The Chairman of the Board is
designated by the Governor. The Board passes upon all matters per-
taining to the registration of architects in the State of Maryland. All


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