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and promotes harmony between industry and la-
bor through mediation and arbitration of labor
disputes and the holding of consent collective
bargaining elections. In addition to offering the
services of Apprenticeship and Training, the Divi-
sion is responsible for the enforcement of the fol-
lowing laws: Registration of Workshops and Fac-
tories (Code 1957, Art. 27, sees. 324-333); Boiler
and Pressure Vessel Safety (Code 1957, Art. 48,
sees. 167-180); Fee Charging Employment Agen-
cies (Code 1957, Art. 56, sees. 161-170); Arbitra-
tion of Labor Disputes (Code 1957, Art. 89, sees.
1-13); High-Voltage Live (Code 1957, Art. 89,
sees. 58-61); Smoking on Elevators (Code 1957,
Art. 89, sec. 64); Amusement Park Safety (Code
1957, Art. 89, sees. 65-81); Hours of Labor,
Workshops, Factories, etc. (Code 1957, Art. 89,
sees. 25 and 26); Occupational Safety and Health
(Code 1957, Art. 89, sees, 28-49B); Apprentice-
ship and Training (Code 1957, Art. 89, sees.
50-56); Employment of Minors—Hours of Work
in Factories (Code 1957, Art. 100, sees. 1-14);
Equal Pay for Equal Work (Code 1957, Art. 100,
sees. 55A-55H); Wage and Hour Law (Code
1957, Art. 100, sees. 81-93); Contracts for Public
Works (Code 1957, Art. 100, sees. 96-107); Wage
Payment and Collection (Code 1957, Art. 100,
sec. 94); Lie Detector (Code 1957, Art. 100, sec.
95); and Medical Questions (Code 1957, Art. 100,
sec. 95A).


Chairpenon: N. William Miller. 1982

Amusement Ride Manufacturers Representative:
Edward D. Hilbert, 1980

Carnival Owners Representative: Ralph E. Shaw,

Amusement Park Owners Representatives: Richard
E. Marchant, 1981; Charles R. Jenkins, 1982

State or County Fairs Representative: Howard M.
Mosner, 1979

Mechanical Engineer Representative: Emil
Germanos, 1981

Public Representatives: David W. Price, Jr., 1982;
Morton J. Owrutsky, 1980

203 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2252

The Amusement Safety Advisory Board was
created by Chapter 844, Acts of 1976. The Board

consists of nine members appointed by the Gov-
ernor with the advice and consent of the Senate
for six-year terms. One member represents the
amusement ride manufacturers, one the carnival
owners, two the amusement park owners, and
one the State or county fairs. One of the members
must be a mechanical engineer. Three members
represent the general public. One of the public
members is designated as the Chairperson of the

The Board advises, consults with, and makes
recommendations and proposes such reasonable
rules, regulations, and standards to the Commis-
sioner for the prevention of conditions detrimen-
tal to the public in the use of amusement rides
and attractions as the Board finds necessary for
the protection and safety of the public (Code
1957, Art. 89, sees. 65-81).


Chairperson: Sidney C. Blumenthal, 1981

Ex officio member: Harvey A. Epstein, Commis-
sioner of Labor and Industry

Appointed employee organization members:
Harold K. Ritter, 1981; Edwin K. Legg, 1983;
Bernard A. Carpenter, 1980

Appointed employer members: Salvatore John
Glorioso, 1983; Marian E. Goezte, 1983.

Public member: Joseph A. Boston, 1982

203 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 383-2255

The Apprenticeship and Training Council,
originally created by Chapter 671, Acts of 1966,
had its membership altered by 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 Chairperson.
Three members are representatives of employee
organizations, three are representatives of
employers, and one represents the general public.
Membership of the Council includes black repre-

The Council encourages the development of an
apprenticeship and training system through the
voluntary cooperation of management, labor, and
interested State agencies. In cooperation with
other States and the Federal government,

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