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Appropriations 1965 1966
Special Funds .........................................„............ $878 $878
Staff: None.
Chairman: Frederick H. Rogers, Sr„ 1968
Vice Chairman: William R. Kahl, 1966
Secretary: Ernest H. Hanhart, 1970
James R. Macredy, 1967; Wallace R. Amos, 1969.
Thomas F. Hubbard, Executive Secretary
301 W. Preston Street, Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 837-9000
The Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, estab-
lished by Chapter 752, Acts of 1939, consists of five members appointed
by the Governor for five-year terms, one term expiring each year.
Four members must be professional engineers and one a practicing
land surveyor. Land surveyors and professional engineers wishing to
practice in the State of Maryland must apply to the Board for a cer-
tificate, supplying with their application evidence of their qualifica-
tions both in experience and training. Except when a written examina-
tion is mandatory, the Board may decide whether or not a particular
applicant need take an examination. The Board publishes annually a
Roster which contains the names of those authorized to practice as
professional engineers and/or land surveyors. Through the cooperation
of the local chapters of the engineering fraternities, the Board seeks to
secure voluntary compliance 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 (Code 1957, Art. 75%,
sees. 3-20). The law was amended by Chapter 157, Acts of 1961, to
provide for an annual renewal fee of five dollars, due July I of each
year, with an additional fee for tardy registrants. The law was again
amended by Chapter 855, Acts of 1965, to define more clearly the
drainage structures which land surveyors are entitled to design (Code
1957, 1965 Supp., Art. 75%, sec. 2f).
Appropriations 1965 1966
Special Funds ............................................. $28,279 $32,937
Staff: 4.
Chairman: Melvin A. Gravitz, Ph.D., 1967
Peter T. Pompilo, Ph.D., 1966; Donald K. Pumroy, Ph.D.,
1967; Donald R. Gorham, Ph.D., 1968; Solomon Shapiro,
Ph.D„ 1968.
Julian Abrams, Ph.D., Executive Secretary
Springfield State Hospital, Sykesville 21784 Telephone: 787-2100
The practice of psychology in Maryland is regulated by the State
Board of Examiners of Psychologists, established by Chapter 748,
Acts of 1957. This Board consists of five members appointed by the
Governor from a list of nominees presented by the Maryland Psycho-
logical Association, Inc., with the advice and consent of the Senate of
Maryland (Code 1957, Art. 43, sees. 618-44). Members of the Board
serve three-year terms.

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