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to comply with certain provisions of the Act
(Code 1957, Art. 23, sees. 144-161LL).

BOARD OF BUILDING, SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
COMMISSIONERS

Chairperson:'W. Thomas Gisriel, 1981

John M. Balder, 1983; David R. Millard, 1979;
Broadus E. Sawyer, 1983; Mark L. Palmer,
1980; John F. Pasko, 1981; Jay FitzGerald,
1981; Charles K. Rittenhouse, 1981; Frank L.
Hewitt, Jr„ 1982.

One South Calvert Street
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2314

The Board of Building, Savings and Loan As-
sociation Commissioners consists of nine
members appointed by the Governor with the ad-
vice of the Secretary of Licensing and Regulation
and with the advice and consent of the Senate for
four-year terms.

Each of the members must have been a resident
and registered voter of the State of Maryland for
at least five years immediately preceding his ap-
pointment. Five of the members must have been
engaged as officers or directors of, or attorneys
for, a building, savings and loan association, the
principal place of business of which is located in
this State, for at least five years prior to their ap-
pointment, Three of the industry members must
have been actively engaged as officers or directors
of, or attorneys for, a building, savings and loan
association chartered or incorporated under the
laws of the State of Maryland, the free share
accounts of which are not insured by the United
States government. Two of the industry members
must have been actively engaged as an officer or
director of, or attorney for, an association, the
free share accounts of which are insured by the
United States government. The remaining four
members of the Board are selected from the pub-
lic at large. The public members must not have
served during the twelve months prior to their
appointment as officers of, directors of, or
attorneys for, any association, and shall not serve
in that capacity while they are members of the
Board.

The Board recommends the names of three
persons qualified to be Director to the Secretary
of Licensing and Regulation. The Board also has
full power to advise and make recommendations
to the Director on questions within the scope of
his authority; to submit to the Secretary of

Licensing and Regulation proposed amendments
to the building, savings and loan association laws;
to establish methods and standards to be used in
making examinations of associations for the eval-
uation of assets of associations and for advertis-
ing and promotional activities by the associations;
and to make, adopt, modify, and amend such
rules and regulations as may be reasonable and
necessary (Code 1957, Art. 23, sees. 144-161LL).

MARYLAND STATE BOARD OF
CENSORS

Chairperson: George J. Andreadakis, 1979
Vice Chairperson: Vacant
Secretary: MaiyA.van, 1981
Consumer Member: Vacant

One South Calvert Street
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2310

This Board, established by Chapter 209, Acts of
1916, adopted its present name by Chapter 402,
Acts of 1970, The Board consists of a chairperson,
vice chairperson, secretary, and a consumer mem-
ber, all appointed by the Governor with the advice
and consent of the Senate for three-year terms.

The Board examines or supervises the examina-
tion of all films or views, excepting newsreels, to be
exhibited or used in the State of Maryland, and
disapproves all films that are obscene.

The Board furnishes an official seal that must
be displayed on the screen prior to the picture be-
ing shown (Code 1957, Art. 66A).

COMMISSIONER OF CONSUMER
CREDIT

Alan T. Fell, Commissioner
George L. Raybum, Assistant Commissioner

One South Calvert Street
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-3656

The office of the Commissioner of Consumer
Credit was originally established as the Adminis-
trator of Loan Laws, an independent agency, by
Chapter 289, Acts of 1941, superseding a similar
office established under the jurisdiction of the
Bank Commissioner (Chapter 741, Acts of 1939).
It adopted the name of Commissioner of Small
Loans by Chapter 402, Acts of 1970, and its
present name by Chapter 457, Acts of 1974. The



 
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