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Maryland Manual, 1981-82
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This Board was first established by Chapter
719, Acts of 1900. Consisting of five members,
the Board is appointed by the Governor with the
advice of the Secretary of Licensing and Regula-
tion. Three members must be currently enrolled
certified public accountants. One member must
be a full-time college professor in the field of ac-
counting at an accredited institution and hold a
Maryland certificate. One member must be a
practicing attorney at law. Each member serves a
three-year term.

The Board examines applicants for certificates
as certified public accountants, passes on applica-
tions by certified public accountants of other
states for reciprocal certificates, and enrolls certi-
fied public accountants and registered public ac-

Examinations are held in May and November
of each year. Certificates are issued by the Board
to those persons who pass the examinations or
whose applications for reciprocal certificates are
approved. The Board may for specified causes re-
voke or suspend any such certificate, registration,
or enrollment after written notice to the holder
and reasonable opportunity for a hearing. The
1970 General Assembly updated the laws that
provided for the minimum educational require-
ments to not less than a baccalaureate degree
with a major in accounting to become effective in
July 1974. The new law also gave the Board ju-
risdiction over professional ethics (Code 1957,
Art. 75A, secs. 1-23A).


Chairperson: Edward Q. Rogers, 1981

Loren L. Murray, 1982; Frank Bond, 1983;
Howard W. Wheeler, 1983; Gilbert D. Cooke,
1984; Elizabeth K. Piper, 1984; George
Bushey, 1985.

One South Calvert Street
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 659-6322

The seven-person Architectural Registration
Board, originally established as the Board of Ex-
aminers and Registration of Architects by Chap-
ter 309, Acts of 1935, adopted its present name
by Chapter 463, Acts of 1968. Members of the
Board are appointed by the Govenor with the ad-
vice of the Secretary of Licensing and Regulation
and with the advice and consent of the Senate for
five-year terms. The five architect appointees to
the Board must have engaged in the independent

practice of architecture for at least ten years, and
at least three of the members must be graduates
of approved schools of architecture. One member
represents the public. The Governor, with the ad-
vice of the Secretary of Licensing and Regulation,
designates the Chairperson.

The Board passes upon all matters pertaining
to the registration of architects in the State of
Maryland. All persons seeking to practice archi-
tecture in the State must submit their qualifica-
tions to the Board or pass its examination before
being registered and licensed to practice (Code
1957, Art. 43, secs. 515-28).


Chairperson: Jack R. Daft, 1981

John P. Donofrio, Sr., 1982; Carol Barham, 1983;
Saul E. Braunstein, Jr., 1983; Samuel G. Cro-
zier, 1983.

One South Calvert Street
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 659-6322

The Maryland State Board of Examiners of
Landscape Architects was established by Chapter
645, Acts of 1971. The Board consists of three
members appointed by the Governor upon the
recommendation of the Secretary of Licensing and
Regulation 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 landscape architec-
ture in Maryland for at least five years prior to
their appointment. The Board licenses landscape
architects who desire to practice in Maryland. It
holds examinations at least once a year and deter-
mines who may be exempt from the provisions of
the law. It may hold other meetings and hearings
as required. The Board became a part of the De-
partment of Licensing and Regulation by Section
5, Chapter 4, Acts of the Special Session of 1973
(Code 1957, Art. 56, sec. 277a).

President: Stanford D. Hess, 1984

Joseph P. Derrico, 1983; Thomas Lee Edwards,
1983; John 0. Gatton, Sr., 1984; Stanford D.
Hess, 1984; Delores O'Connell, 1984; Frank J.
Calabrese, Jr., 1985; Phillip S. Mazza, 1985.


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