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Maryland Manual, 1971-72
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members must be professional engineers and one a professional land
surveyor. Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and
Property Line Surveyors wishing to practice in the State of Maryland
must apply to the Hoard for a certificate, supplying with their appli-
cation evidence of their qualifications both in experience and training.
The Board publishes annually a Roster which contains the names of
those authorized to practice as Professional Engineers, Professional
Land Surveyors and Property Line Surveyors and issues an annual
report to the Secretary of Licensing and Regulation. The Board is a
member of the National Council of State Boards of Engineering Ex-
aminers, which aids in the reciprocal licensing of engineers and seeks
to promote uniform standards of licensing in all States.
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.
However, the Board has specific powers of enforcement. These include
the investigation of charges as well as the hearing of complaints of
violations of the registration law, the power to subpoena witnesses
and the submission of documents or other pertinent data, and the
power to apply for relief by injunction to enforce the provisions of
the law or to restrain any violation of it (Code 1957, 1969 Repl. Vol.,
1970 Supp., Art. 751/2).
Appropriations 1971 1972
Special Funds . $61,436 $65,230
Staff: 5.
Chairman: Harvey T. Casbarian, C.P.A., 1973
Benjamin L. King, C.P.A., 1972; Thomas F. Cardegna, C.P.A.,
Academician, 1974; Daniel E. Klein, Jr., LL.B., 1974.
Secretary-Treasurer: Joseph A. Naegele, C.P.A., 1974
602 Keyser Building, Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2090
This Board was first established by Chapter 719, Acts of 1900. Con-
sisting of five members, the Board is appointed by the Governor, with
the advice of the Secretary of Licensing and Regulation. Three mem-
bers must be certified public accountants, currently enrolled to prac-
tice as such. One member must be a full-time college professor in the
field of accounting at an accredited institution and hold a Maryland
certificate. One member must be a practicing attorney at law. Each
member serves a three-year term.
The Board examines applicants for certificates as certified public
accountants, passes on applications by certified public accountants of
other states for reciprocal certificates, and enrolls certified public
accountants and registered public accountants and registered partner-
ships to practice public accountancy in Maryland.
Examinations are held in May and November of each year. Certifi-
cates are issued by the Board to those persons who pass the examina-
tions, or whose applications for reciprocal certificates are approved.
The Board may for specified causes revoke or suspend any such cer-
tificate, registration or enrollment, after written notice to the holder
and reasonable opportunity for a hearing (Code 1957, 1965 Repl., Vol.,
Art. 75A). The 1970 General Assembly updated the laws which pro-
vided for the minimum educational requirements to not less than a
baccalaureate degree with a major in accounting to become effective
in November 1974. The new law also gave the Board jurisdiction over
professional ethics (Chapter 677, Acts of 1970).

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