Chapter 539, Acts of 1974. The Council
consists of seven members, appointed by the
Governor with the advice of the Secretary
of Licensing and Regulation and with the
advice and consent of the Senate for four
year terms. The Governor designates the
Chairman. Three members are representa-
tives of employee organizations, three are
representatives of employers, and one repre-
sents the general public. Membership of the
Council includes black representation.
The Council encourages the development
of an apprenticeship and training system
through the voluntary cooperation of man-
agement, labor and interested State agencies.
In cooperation with other States and the
Federal government, the Council formulates
policies for the overall apprenticeship pro-
gram, formulates and adopts standards of
apprenticeship which safeguard the welfare
of apprentices, registers apprentices under
approved apprenticeship agreements, pro-
vides guidance and counsel on the estab-
lishment of other forms of on-the- job
training and performs such other functions
as the Governor may direct or as may come
within the scope of the Council (Code 1957,
1969 Repl. Vol., 1975 Supp., Art. 89, sees.
BOARD OF BOILER RULES
Chairman: James B. Bullock, 1978
Ex officio member: Harvey A. Epstein,
Commissioner of Labor and Industry
Appointed members: John J. B arranger,
1977; Thomas S. Patterson, 1977; Wil-
liam M. Goodwin, 1980; A. L. Penni-
man, Jr., 1980; Charles H. Shreeve, Jr.,
One South Calvert Street,
The Board of Boiler Rules, originally
established by Chapter 676, Acts of 1920,
had its membership enlarged by Chapter
430, Acts of 1969, and by Chapter 732,
Acts of 1973.
The new Board is composed of seven
members appointed by the Governor with
the advice of the Secretary of Licensing and
Regulation and with the advice and consent
of the Senate. Of the appointed members,
one must represent the owners and users of
power boilers, one must represent the own-
ers and users of heating boilers, one must
represent the owners and users of pressure
vessels, one must represent the manufac-
turers or assemblers of boilers or pressure
vessels, one must represent a company li-
censed to insure boilers or pressure vessels,
one must be a mechanical engineer on the
faculty of a recognized engineering college,
and one must be a licensed professional en-
gineer having boiler or pressure vessel
The Board formulates definitions, rules
and regulations for the safe construction,
use, installation, maintenance, repair and
inspection of boilers and pressure vessels
for sale or for use in Maryland (Code 1957,
1971 Repl. Vol., 1975 Supp., Art. 48, sees.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ADVISORY
Chairman: Edward W. Hearn, 1977
Representing the employment agencies:
Maynard Z. Dressner, 1977; Michael J.
Ames, 1979; Arnold Goldberger, 1980.
Representing the general public:
Albert Kaufman, 1977; Norman Kolod-
ner, 1979; Vera Le Cato, 1980.
One South Calvert Street,
The Employment Agency Advisory
Board, established by Chapter 431, Acts of
1969, consists of seven members appointed
by the Commissioner of Labor and Industry
with the approval of the Secretary of Li-
censing and Regulation for four-year terms.
Three members represent employment agen-
cies, while four represent the general public.
The Secretary of Licensing and Regulation
designates one of the public members to
serve as the Chairman.
The Board assists the Commissioner of
Labor and Industry in the formulation of
rules and regulations applying to the licens-
ing, regulation and inspection of private,
fee-charging employment agencies, including