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MARYLAND MANUAL 173
the facilities. The office provides space and clerical services to the
Board of Barber Examiners, Board of Examining Engineers, Board
of Examining Moving Picture Machine Operators, Board of Electri-
cal Examiners and Supervisors, and Board of Commissioners of Prac-
tical Plumbing. The expenses of the office are prorated among the
several boards (Code 1957, Art. 41, sec. 221).
Appropriations 1965 1966
Special Funds $12,239 $12,448
Staff: 3.
BOARD OF BARBER EXAMINERS
President: J. William Groves, 1967
Secretary: Simon V. Avara, 1967
Treasurer: Santi B. Barranco, 1967
301 W. Preston Street, Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 837-9000
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 sub-boards 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 1965 1966
Special Funds $19,979 $39,513
Staff: None.
STATE BOARD OF EXAMINING ENGINEERS
Chairman. Roscoe Eminizer, 1967
Examiner: George D. Shriner, 1967
Secretary: John L. Lowe, 1967
301 W. Preston Street, Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 837-9000
The Board of Examining Engineers, established by Chapter 448,
Acts of 1892, consists of two members appointed by the Governor for
two-year terms. Those appointed must have had experience operating
steam engines, boilers, and stationary or portable engines. The Board
examines applicants for certificates of proficiency to operate station-
ary or portable engines in. Baltimore City, and all such certificates
must come before the Board for renewal each year. The Board also
periodically inspects all industries and places of business where
licensed engineers are employed to ensure compliance with the law
(Acts 1910, chap. 662).
Appropriations 1965 1966
Special Funds - - $9,360 $12,201
Staff: 1.

 
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