theatrical agencies which operate in Mary-
land (Code 1957, 1972 Repl. Vol., Art. 56,
MINIMUM WAGE ADVISORY
Chairman: Herbert Goldstein, 1977
Employer representatives: Wilfred M. Sea-
borne, 1977; William F. Holin, 1981.
Employee representatives: Harry V. Brill,
1977; Thomas M. Bradley, 1979; Alma
P. Bell, 1981.
Public members: Frederic A. Jackson,
1979; Victor A. Pyles III, 1979; Mrs.
Sherman Ross, 1981.
One South Calvert Street,
The Minimum Wage Advisory Commit-
tee, established by Chapter 697, Acts of
1965, consists of nine members appointed
by the Secretary of Licensing and Regula-
tion with the approval of the Governor for
six-year terms. Three of the appointed mem-
bers are representatives of employers, three
are representatives of employees, and three
represent the general public. One of the
public representatives is designated by the
Secretary of Licensing and Regulation as
Chairman. The Committee assists the Com-
missioner of Labor and Industry in the for-
mulation of rules and regulations necessary
to implement the State minimum wage law.
The Committee must hold public hearings
every two years for the purpose of reviewing
current regulations and making recommen-
dations for change with regard to rates,
coverage or administrative regulations (Code
1957, 1964 Repl. Vol., Art. 100, sees. 81-93).
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND
HEALTH ADVISORY BOARD
Chairman: Lawrence F. Maynard, 1979
Ex officio member: Harvey A. Epstein,
Commissioner of Labor and Industry
Members representing industry: J. Melvin
Schemm, 1979; Leonard Wozny, 1982.
Members representing labor: Bernard R.
Ebberts, 1979; Leon Bielat, 1982.
Members representing the health profes-
sions: Arthur T. Hall, M.D., 1977; Don-
ald J. Roop, 1980.
Member representing agriculture: William
Member representing the Public Service
Commission: William J. Barkley, 1979.
Members representing the general public:
Alvin T. Lloyd, 1979; Harry A. Veditz,
One South Calvert Street,
The Occupational Safety and Health Ad-
visory Board, originally established by
Chapter 44, Acts of 1955, as the Occupa-
tional Safety Advisory Board, adopted its
present name by Chapter 530, Acts of 1968.
The Board had its membership reconstituted
by Chapter 59, Acts of 1973. The new
board now consists of eleven members, all
of whom are appointed by the Commis-
sioner of Labor and Industry with the ap-
proval of the Secretary of Licensing and
Regulation for six-year terms. Two of the
members represent industry, two represent
labor, two represent the health profession,
one represents agriculture, and one repre-
sents businesses regulated by the Public
Service Commission under Article 78, and
three represent the general public. The
Commissioner designates one of the public
members as the Chairman. The members
are selected upon the basis of their experi-
ence and competence in the field of occu-
pational safety and health. Both of the
members representing the health profes-
sions are recommended for appointment by
the Secretary of the Department of Health
and Mental Hygiene. The Secretary of the
Department of Agriculture recommends for
appointment the member representing agri-
culture. The Chairman of the Public Service
Commission recommends for appointment
the member representing businesses regu-
lated by the Public Service Commission.
The Occupational Safety and Health
Advisory Board formulates and proposes to
the Commissioner of Labor and Industry
such reasonable rules and regulations, or
modifications, amendments or repeals of
rules and regulations, for the prevention of