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Maryland Manual, 1957-58
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The State Aviation Commission, created in 1929, is composed of
five members appointed by the Governor for three-year terms. The
Commission assists and encourages the development of aviation in
Maryland. It registers and licenses airports, air navigators, aero-
nautical schools, and instructors in the State. All licenses granted by
the Federal government to pilots living in Maryland and to aircraft
operating within the State must be registered with the Commission.
In cooperation with Federal authorities, the Commission aids in the
planning and development of airports and airport sites in Maryland
and administers Federal funds allocated for that purpose (Code
1951, Art. 1A, secs. 3-5, 14, 18, 19, 22, 23, 25-28, 31, 34, 35).

Appropriations 1957 1958

Unappropriated Special Fund

Revenue $20,571
Working Reserve 17,346
Special Funds , $25,500

Total $37,917 $25,500
Staff: 3.


Ex officio Member: Joseph F. DiDomenico, Commissioner, Depart-
ment of Labor and Industry

Appointive Members: A. L. Penniman, Owners and Users, 1957;
George P. Emerson, Boiler Insurance and Inspection Companies,
12 East Mulberry St., Baltimore 2 Telephone: Lexington 9-3596

The Board of Boiler Rules, established in 1920, is composed of
three members, two of whom are appointed by the Governor for a
term of four years; the third member is the Commissioner of Labor
and Industry. Of the appointive members of the Board, one must
be a representative of the owners and users of boilers in the State
and one a representative of a boiler insurance and inspection com-
pany licensed to do business in this State. The Board formulates
regulations governing the construction, installation, and maintenance
of boilers of over fifteen pounds to a square inch for sale or use in
Maryland and enforces such regulations (Code 1951, Art. 48, secs.
165, 166). The appropriation for the Board is included in the ap-
propriation of the Department of Labor and Industry.


Chairman: C. Morton Goldstein, 1958
Vice-Chairman: Maude B. Dorrance, 1959
Secretary: Walter S. Ringler, 1960
Elmer P. Bute, Administrative Assistant
212 N. Eutaw Street, Baltimore I Telephone: Mulberry 5-6756-57

The Board consists of a chairman, vice-chairman, and secretary,
all appointed by the Governor, by and with the consent of the Sen-
ate, for three-year terms. The Board examines or supervises the
examination of all film, excepting newsreels, to be exhibited or used
in the State of Maryland and disapproves such as are obscene or
tend in its judgment to debase or corrupt morals or incite to crimes.
The Board furnishes an official approval seal which must be dis-


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