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least five years' practical experience in hair-
dressing or beauty culture. They may not
be affiliated with any firm manufacturing
or selling any merchandise or commodity
used in beauty shops, nor be directly or
indirectly connected with any school of
beauty culture. No two members shall serve
at the same time who are graduates of the
same school of beauty culture.
The Board examines, licenses, and regis-
ters all persons engaged in or teaching hair-
dressing and beauty culture within the State.
It supervises all beauty shops and schools of
beauty culture in the State. It holds exam-
inations, both practical and written, once
every month or more often when necessary.
The examinations are usually held in Balti-
more (Code 1957, 1971 Repl. Vol., Art.
43, sees. 539-55).
Staff: 6.
Chairman: Thomas J. Rohe III, 1980
Secretary/Treasurer: Paul J. Goldberg, 1980
Nicholas S. Capecci, 1979; Vacancy, 1979;
Charles A. John, Jr., 1980.
One South Calvert Street,
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2446
The Board of Electrical Examiners and
Supervisors, established in 1906, consists of
five members appointed by the Governor
with the advice of the Secretary of Licensing
and Regulation for two-year terms. Three
members of the Board are practical electri-
cians licensed in the City of Baltimore, one
of whom is a member of the International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers of Mary-
land. The other two members represent the
general public. All members of the Board
must be residents of Baltimore City. The
Board examines all persons for certificates
of proficiency as master electrician. No one
may install electrical lighting or wiring, or
conductors for electrical light, heat, or
power except under the supervision of a
licensed master electrician. The Board also
adopts regulations for placing, installing,
and operating electrical wires, appliances,
and apparatus in Baltimore City (Public

Local Laws of Baltimore City, 1969, Art.
3, sees. 1-18).
Staff: None.
Chairman: John H. Thornton, 1977
Nicholas D. Karavedas, 1977; Harold
Krauthamer, 1977; Edward Moran, 1977;
John H. Thornton, 1977.
Secretary: Milton E. Amoss, 1977
One South Calvert Street,
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2447
The Board of Examining Engineers, es-
tablished by Chapter 448, Acts of 1892, had
its membership altered by Chapter 599, Acts
of 1966. The Board now consists of five
members and a Secretary, all appointed by
the Governor with the advice of the Secre-
tary of Licensing and Regulation for two-
year terms. Three members must have had
experience operating steam engines, boilers,
and stationary or portable engines. The
Board examines applicants for certificates
of proficiency to operate stationary 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 (Public Local Laws of Baltimore
City, 1969, Art. 4, sees. 1-6).
Staff: None.
Chairman: Robert P. Bushman, 1978
Samuel S. Dyke, 1977; Adna R. Bond,
1979; Nancy Erwin, 1979; Charles
Shearin, 1979; John F. Davis, 1980; Er-
nest P. Ogden, Jr„ 1981.
One South Calvert Street,
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2090
The State Board of Registration for For-
esters, created by Chapter 638, Acts of
1972, examines licenses and registers per-
sons wishing to engage in the practice of
forestry in Maryland.

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