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Maryland Manual, 1971-72
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Licensing and Regulation who is appointed by the Governor with the
advice and consent of the Senate, The Deputy Secretary is appointed
by the Secretary with the approval of the Governor and serves at the
pleasure of the Secretary. The two Assistant Secretaries are appointed
by and serve at the pleasure of the Secretary.
The Department consolidated over thirty State agencies and boards
responsible for licensing and regulating businesses, professions, and
trades. The Secretary of Licensing and Regulation is also responsible
for the administrative and operational procedures relating to bud-
geting, purchasing, personnel and planning for his office, as well as
the other agencies, commissions and boards which comprise the De-
partment. Included in the new Department of Licensing and Regula-
tion are the following agencies, hoards and commissions; Maryland
Architectural Registration Board, the State Athletic Commission, the
Bank Commission, the Banking Board, the Bank Regulation Board,
the Board of Barber Examiners, the Board of Boiler Rules, the
Division of Building, Savings and Loan Associations, the State Board
of Cosmetologists, the Board of Electrical Examiners and Super-
visors, the Board of Examining Engineers, the Board of Examiners
for Hearing Aid Dealers, the Maryland Home Improvement Commis-
sion, the State Board of Inspection of Horse Riding Stables, the In-
surance Division, the Apprenticeship and Training Council, the Em-
ployment Agency Advisory Board, the Minimum Wage Advisory Com-
mittee, the Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Board, the Ad-
visory Council of Prevailing Wage Rates, the Board of Examiners of
Maryland Pilots, the Maryland State Board of Censors, the Board of
Examining Moving Picture Machine Operators, the State Board of
Commissioners of Practical Plumbing, the State Board of Registra-
tion for Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors, the
Maryland State Board of Public Accountancy, the Maryland Racing
Commission, the Maryland-Bred Race Fund Advisory Committee, the
Real Estate Commission, the Real Estate Hearing Board, and the
Commissioner of Small Loans. The same act which created the De-
partment of Licensing and Regulation abolished the Central Licensing
Office (Code 1957, 1971 Repl. Vol., Art. 41, sees. 221-221E).
Appropriations 1971 1972
General Funds $274,381 $331,097
Staff: 17.
Chairman: Edward Q. Rogers, 1976
Stanley H. Arthur, 1972; Carson M. Cornbrooks, 1973; Wil-
liam T. Booth, 1974; Charles B. Soule, 1975.
Jackson P. Ketcham, Executive Secretary
One South Calvert Street, Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2008
The five-man Architectural Registration Board, originally estab-
lished as the Board of Examiners and Registration of Architects by
Chapter 309, Acts of 1935, adopted its present name by Chapter 463,
Acts of 1968. Members of the Board are appointed by the Governor
with the advice of the Secretary of Licensing and Regulation and with
the advice and consent of the Senate for five-year terms, the term of
one member expiring each year. Appointees to the Board must have
engaged in the independent practice of architecture for at least ten
years, and at least three of the members must be graduates of ap-
proved schools of architecture. The Governor with the advice of the

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