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Maryland Manual, 1979-80
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The Board was assigned to the Department of
Licensing and Regulation by Section 5, Chapter
4, Acts of the Special Session of 1973, effective
January 1, 1974 (Code 1957, Art. 56, sees.


Chairperson:A.W. Hagedom, 1981
Secretary: Lloyd S. Bowling, 1983

Bobby Shockley, 1982; Thorns A. Fisher, 1984;
Dr. James Gerlach, 1984.

One South Calvert Street
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2446

The Board of Examiners for Hearing Aid
Dealers, created by Chapter 634, Acts of 1969,
consists of five members appointed by the Gov-
ernor with the advice and consent of the Senate
for five-year terms. The Governor designates the
Chairperson. One member must be licensed to
practice medicine in Maryland and hold a cer-
tificate of qualification from the American
Board of Otolaryngology. One member must
hold a certificate of competence in audiology
from the American Speech and Hearing Associ-
ation and have had at least four years of paid
work experience in audiology prior to his ap-
pointment. The remaining three members must
be persons experienced in the sale of hearing
aids and be recommended by the Maryland
members of the Hearing Aid Dealers Associa-
tion of Maryland, the District of Columbia, and

The Board registers and regulates persons fur-
nishing hearing aids. It also tests audiometric
testing equipment and inspects the facilities of
persons who practice the fitting of hearing aids
(Code 1957, Art. 43, sees. 725-742).


Chairperson: W. Robert Wallis, 1982

H. Morton Rosen, 1981; J. Thomas Requard,
1982; John L. Knott, Sr„ 1979; Louis P.
Mathews, 1980.

Thomas H. Eminizer, Executive Director

One South Calvert Street
Room 1601
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-4043

The Maryland Home Improvement Commis-
sion, established by Chapter 133, Acts of 1962,
currently consists of six members appointed by
the Governor with the advice of the Secretary of
Licensing and Regulation for four-year terms.
Two members must be from the construction in-
dustry, one from the field of finance, and two
from the general public. The Commission licenses
and regulates contractors and salesmen in the
home improvement industry, investigates com-
plaints filed by homeowners against individuals
operating as home improvement contractors, and
takes administrative/criminal actions where
violations of the law are found (Code 1957, Art.
56, sees. 245-269).


Chairperson: Jacqwlme Spell, 1980
Secretary: Virginia B. Thackery 1980

Frank Amsden, 1980; Richard Anderson, 1980;
M. Michael Swindle, 1980.

One South Calvert Street
Baltimore 21202 Telephone; 383-2447

The Board of Inspection of Horse Riding
Stables was created by Chapter 474, Acts of
1968. The Board consists of five members
appointed by the Governor with the advice of the
Secretary of Licensing and Regulation for four-
year terms. Of the members one shall be a duly
qualified and licensed veterinarian, two shall be
officers of a county humane society, one shall be
an owner of a licensed stable, and one shall be a
member of the public. The members of the Board
shall select their chairperson. All the members of
the Board shall serve without compensation, but
shall be allowed expenses incurred in the perfor-
mance of their duties in accordance with the stan-
dard travel regulations.

The Board makes all necessary rules and
regulations for the proper performance of their
duties. It also provides for the filing of
applications for licenses and makes rules and
regulations for the qualifications of applicants.
The Board may appoint a qualified inspector
and it may designate officers of County Humane
Societies, Societies for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals, and licensed veterinarians to act as
its agent and to make routine inspections.

The Board is empowered to license all horse
riding stables where one or more horses or
ponies are let for hire to be ridden or driven,

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