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Maryland Manual, 1950
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persons seeking to practice architecture in the State must submit to
an examination or provide satisfactory evidence of their qualifications
to the Board before being registered and licensed to practice (Code
1939, Art. 43, sec. 459).

Appropriation, 1950, Special Funds..
Expenditures, 1949, Special Funds....
Staff: 2 (part time)

... 5,500.00


Chairman: S. S. Steinberg, 1951

John W. Gore, Secretary, 1953; G. M. Hebbard, 1952; J.
R. Baker, 1950; A. E. Pohmer, 1954.
1101 Key Highway, Baltimore 30 Telephone: Plaza 8418

The Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors was
established in 1939. The Board consists of five members appointed by
the Governor for terms of five years, four of whom shall be profession-
al engineers and one a practicing land surveyor, the term of one mem-
ber expiring each year. Land surveyors and professional engineers
wishing to practice in the State of Maryland must apply to the Board
for a certificate, supplying with their application evidence of their
qualifications both in terms of experience and training. Except when
the passing of a written examination is mandatory, it is within the
discretion of the Board whether or not a particular applicant need
take an examination. Through the cooperation of the local chapters of
the engineering fraternities, the Board seeks to secure voluntary com-
pliance with the law and the maintenance of the ethical standards of
the profession. The Board is a member of the National Council of
State Boards of Engineering Examiners which aids in the reciprocal
licensing of Engineers and seeks to promote uniform standards of
licensing in all States (Acts 1949, Ch. 604).

Expenditures, 1949, Special Funds.................................$2,000.58

Appropriation, 1950, Special Funds................................. 2,795.00

Staff: None


Chairman W. Richard Ferguson, M.D., 1954
H. Alvan Jones, M.D., 1953; R. H. Riley, M.D., Dr. P.H.,
1952; Wetherbee Fort, M.D., 1950; George H. Yeager, M.D.,

Clemens W. Gaines, Secretary
2411 N. Charles Street, Baltimore 18 Telephone: Belmont 4280

The Board of Physical Therapy Examiners was created by the Gen-
eral Assembly in 1947. The Governor appoints five members. This
Board examines, registers, and licenses physical therapists. Of the
original appointees one was appointed for a term of one year, one
for a term of two years, one for a term of three years, one for a
term of four years, and one for a term of five years. In the future,
appointments will be made for terms of five years and members are
to be selected from lists submitted by the Medical and Chirurgical
Faculty of Maryland (Acts 1949, Ch. 569).


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