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their qualifications (Code Health Occupations Ar-
ticle, sec. 14-310).

Composed of ten members, the Board includes
eight physicians in active practice elected from and
by the members of the Medical and Chirurgical
Faculty (State Medical Society). Two of these
members are elected each year to serve four-year
terms. The two remaining members are consumers
who cannot have been trained in medicine or have
financial interests in a related field. Consumer
members are appointed by the Governor on recom-
mendation of the Secretary of the Department of
Health and Mental Hygiene with the advice and
consent of the Senate.

Authorization for the Board continues until July
1, 1993 (Code Health Occupations Article, secs.
14-101 through 14-802).


Ralph M. Coan, M.D., Dianne M. Connelly,
Ph.D., Robert M. Duggan, Warren M. Ross,
M.D., Grace Wong, M.D. Terms expire 1986.

Established by Chapter 644, Acts of 1982, the
Acupuncture Advisory Council provides advice to
the State Board of Medical Examiners on the
adoption of rules and regulations concerning the
licensing of acupuncturists and the performance of
acupuncture in the State.

The Council consists of five members appointed
by the Governor. Of these, two are licensed
physicians and three are acupuncturists who are
not licensed physicians (Code Health Occupations
Article, sec. 14-605).


President: Walter G. Dabrowski, 1987

Maggie Christine Lane, 1986; Doris K. McCully,
1986; Donald V. Borgwardt, 1987; Susan A.
Cohen, 1987; Leroy 0. Dyett, 1987; George J.
Gonce, 1987; Kenneth H. Law, 1987; Stanley
Theodore Levinson, 1987; John R. Merceron,
1987; James F. Scarpelli, Sr., 1987.

201 W. Preston St.
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 383-3546

The State Board of Morticians originally was
established as the State Board of Undertakers by
Chapter 160, Acts of 1902. In 1937 the Board was
renamed the State Board of Funeral Directors and
Embalmers. The Board received its present name
by Chapter 8, Acts of 1981.

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Every person in the business of funeral directing
and embalming in the State must register with and
procure a license from the Board. The Board
renews licenses annually, and it has the power to
suspend or revoke any license. The Board makes
regulations for the enforcement of provisions in the
laws regarding funeral directing and embalming.

Upon the recommendation of the Secretary of
Health and Mental Hygiene and by and with the
consent of the Senate, the Governor appoints the
Board's eleven members for four-year terms. Nine
members are practicing licensed morticians or
funeral directors and two members are consumers
who have no training or substantial financial
interest in the profession. Five members must be
residents of Baltimore City and six must be
residents of the counties.

Authorization for the Board continues until July
1, 1992 (Code Health Occupations Article, 6-101
through 6-602).


President: Kathleen H. Sabatier, R.N., 1986

June D. Cooper, 1985; Paul J. Fineman, 1985;
Rosemarie E. Liberatore, R.N., 1985; Grace D.
Monroe, 1985; Shelley T. Goode, 1986; Mary
Esther Krum, 1986; Mickie W. Crimone, R.N.,
1987; Jane Geer, L.P.N., 1987; Madeline K.
Turkeltaub, Ph.D., 1987; one vacancy.

Donna Dorsey, Executive Director

201 W. Preston St.
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 383-2084

The State Board of Examiners of Nurses was
created in 1904 (Chapter 172, Acts of 1904,
amended by Chapter 122, Acts of 1973). The
Board examines all applicants for registration as
registered nurses and as licensed practical nurses
and issues the proper certificates. It keeps a
register of the names of all registered nurses and all
licensed practical nurses. The Board renews regis-
tered nurse and licensed practical nurse licenses
biennially. It prescribes standards for nursing
education programs and surveys such programs as
are necessary in order to meet the requirements of
the Board.

The Board cooperates with the National League
for Nursing in the preparation of its State Board
Test Pool Licensing Examinations and uses these


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