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bers must have had at least three years' ex-
perience in this business and must have re-
sided in Baltimore City for at least two
years immediately before their appoint-
ments (Chapter 216, Acts of 1949). The
Board examines, licenses, and supervises
operators of moving picture machines in
Baltimore City only. Applicants are eligible
for examination after six months work
under a licensed operator, and examina-
tions are both written and practical. The
Board has power to suspend and revoke li-
censes, which must be renewed annually.
It must meet at least once a month.
Staff: None.
Chairman: Jack R. Daft, 1978
Saul E. Braunstein, Jr„ 1977; Cyril B. Pau-
mier, Jr., 1977; Janet Philippe, 1977;
Spencer P. Ellis, 1979.
One South Calvert Street,
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2090
The Maryland State Board of Examiners
of Landscape Architects was established by
Chapter 645, Acts of 1971. The Board con-
sists of three members appointed by the
Governor upon the recommendation of the
Secretary of Natural Resources with the
advice and consent of the Senate for three
year terms. The Board chooses its own
officers. Members must be registered land-
scape architects of recognized standing and
must have engaged in the practice of land-
scape architecture in Maryland for at least
five years prior to their appointment. The
Board licenses landscape architects who de-
sire to practice in Maryland. It holds exam-
inations at least once a year and determines
who may be exempt from the provisions of
the law. It may hold other meetings and
hearings as may be required. The Board
became a part of the Department of Licens-
ing and Regulation by Section 5, Chapter
4, Acts of the Special Session of 1973
(Code 1957, 1972 Repl. Vol., 1975 Supp.,
Art. 56, sec. 277a).
Staff: None.

Chairman: Frederick W. DeJong, 1977
Secretary: Benjamin J. Taylorson, 1977
Treasurer: Earl Bocabella, 1977
Harry C. Argo, 1977; Helen Burwell, 1977;
George Christ, 1977; Morris Oseroff,
1977; Thomas E. Pierson, 1977; Reese
W. Warner, 1977.
One South Calvert Street,
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2447
The first board for the examining and
licensing of plumbers in Maryland was es-
tablished by Chapter 439, Acts of 1886,
with jurisdiction limited to Baltimore City.
The General Assembly established the pres-
ent Commission by Chapter 436, sec. 186,
Acts of 1910, and enlarged its membership
by Chapter 675, Acts of 1965. Its jurisdic-
tion includes all of the State. The Board is
composed of seven members appointed bi-
ennially by the Governor with the advice of
the Secretary of Licensing and Regulation
and the advice and consent of the Senate
for two-year terms. One member must be
from Southern Maryland, one from the
Eastern Shore, two from Baltimore City,
one from the area including Allegany,
Washington, Garrett, Frederick and Mont-
gomery counties, and two from the area
including Carroll, Baltimore and Harford
counties. The Commission examines and
certifies journeymen and master plumbers
and serves as the regulatory agency for the
plumbing trade and business (Code 1957,
1971 Repl. Vol., 1975 Supp., Art. 43, sees.
Staff: 1.
Chairman: Walter K. O'Loughlin, 1977
Vice Chairman: Fred H. Rogers, Sr., 1978
Sally Ann Gelman, 1979: Earl L. Hagan,
1979; Draper K. Sutcliffe, 1979; Paul D.
Belz, 1980; Carl L. Redd, 1981.
One South Calvert Street,
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2136

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