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The State Board of Barber Examiners, created by Chapter 226,
Acts of 1904, consists of three members appointed by the Governor
for two-year terms. Members of the Board must have been barbers
for the last five years prior to their appointment.

The Board examines and registers all applicants for barber licenses
in the State of Maryland. It has authority to appoint subboards to
assist in its inspection and licensing activities. The clerical services of
the Board are provided by the Central Licensing Office.

All expenses of the Board are met by a special fund, the revenues
of which are derived from fees collected under the provisions of the
law. All surplus revenues of the Board at the end of the year must
be paid into the State Treasury (Code 1957, Art. 43, sees. 311-325).

Appropriations 1961 1962

Special Funds $11,087 $14,527
Staff: None.


President: Lewis P. Gundry, M.D.
Irving Mahler, D.S.C.; Jerome Lenet, D.S.C.
S. Jack Kleger, D.S.C., Secretary

408 South Division, Salisbury Telephone: Pioneer 9-6363

The Board of Chiropody Examiners, created by Chapter 173, Acts
of 1916, consists of four members appointed by the Board of Medical
Examiners. One must be a member of the Board of Medical Examiners
and the other three must be selected from the membership of the
Maryland Chiropody Association. The Board examines all persons who
wish to practice chiropody in the State. Applicants must hove 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 Association 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 practice within the State. The Board may revoke
the license of any chiropodist, after a hearing, who is charged with
malpractice or unethical conduct (Code 1957, Art. 43, sees. 481-98).

Appropriations 1961 1962

Special Funds $615 $615
Staff: None.


President: Lewis S. Tawney, Sr., D.C., 1962
Vice President: Arnold R. Tolley, D.C., 1964
Secretary-Treasurer: Adam D. Baer, D.C., 1963

22 Broadway, Frostburg Telephone: Overbrook 9-5355

The State Board of Chiropractic Examiners, created by Chapter 666,
Acts of 1920, consists of three practicing chiropractors who must be
residents of the State, be graduated from a resident course in chiropractic,
and have practiced chiropractic 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,


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