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Miley, 1992; Donald L. Stegner, 1992; one
vacancy.

501 St. Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21202 333 6322
toll free: 1-800-492-7521

The State Board of Master Electricians was
created as the Maryland Statewide Electrical
Licensing Board in 1984 (Chapter 731, Acts of
1984). The Board received its present name in 1988
(Chapter 648, Acts of 1988). The Board examines
and licenses master electricians desiring to work on
a statewide or multi-county basis.
With Senate advice and consent, the Governor
appoints the Board's nine members. Six are master
electricians and three represent the public. Mem-
bers serve three-year terms (Code Business Oc-
cupations and Professions Article, sees. 6-101
through 6-702).

BOARD OF EXAMINING ENGINEERS
Lawrence L. Vallario, Chairperson

Appointed by Governor with advice of Secretary of
Licensing & Regulation: David G. Hardove, Jr.,
1990; Walter T. Srankowski, 1992; two vacancies.

501 St. Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21202 333-6322
toll free: 1-800-492-7521

The Board of Examining Engineers dates to
1892 (Chapter 448, Acts of 1892). The Board
examines applicants for certificates of proficiency to
operate stationary or portable engines in Baltimore
City Certificates must be renewed biennially The
Board also may inspect industries and places of
business where licensed engineers are employed to
ensure compliance with the law.
The Governor appoints the Board's five mem-
bers with the advice of the Secretary of Licensing
and Regulation. Three members must be engineers
with at least ten years of practical experience operat-
ing steam engines, boilers, and stationary or port-
able engines. Members serve three-year terms
(Public Local Laws of Baltimore City, 1969, Art. 4,
sees. 1-6).

STATE BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL
ENGINEERS
Robert W. Davies, Chairperson, 1991

Appointed by Governor with advice of Secretary of
Licensing & Regulation and Senate advice & consent:
Benjamin L. Harris, 1988; John E. Harms, 1992;
Joyce S. Ottenheimer, 1992; Melvin Hotz, 1994;
DavidS.Pearl.l995.

501 St. Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21202 333-6322
toll free: 1-800-492-75 21

The State Board for Professional Engineers was
established as the State Board of Registration for
Professional Engineers in 1939 (Chapter 752, Acts
of 1939). The Board received its present name in
1989 (Chapter 3, Acts of 1989). Professional en-
gineers, corporations, and partnerships wishing to
practice in Maryland must apply to the Board for a
certificate. Upon application, they must furnish
evidence of their qualifications both in experience
and training.
The Board enforces provisions of the registration
law and restrains any violation of it. The Board can
investigate charges as well as hear complaints of
violations, subpoena witnesses, require the submis-
sion of documents or other data, and apply for relief
by injunction.
The Board has six members appointed to five-
year terms by the Governor with the advice of the
Secretary of Licensing and Regulation. Two mem-
bers represent the public. Four members are profes-
sional engineers who may be selected from lists of
nominees recommended by the Maryland Chapter
of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the In-
stitute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, or the
American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Authorization for the Board continues until July 1,
1993 (Code Business Occupations and Professions
Article, sees. 14-101 through 14-602).

STATE BOARD OF FORESTERS
Tunis J. Lyon, Chairperson, 1991

Appointed by Governor with Senate advice & consent:
John Houser, 1989; W. Allen Jones, Jr., 1992; Robert
C. Webster, Jr., 1992; Earl Sheble, 1993; Henry C.
Daniels, 1994; M. Teresa Dickerson-Batchelor, 1994.

501 St. Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21202 333-6322
toll free: 1-800-492-7521

The State Board of Foresters began, in 1972, as
the State Board of Registration for Foresters (Chap-
ter 638, Acts of 1972). The Board was assigned to
the Department of Licensing and Regulation in
1974 (Chapter 4, Acts of the Special Session of
1973) and received its present name in 1989 (Chap-
ter 3, Acts of 1989). The Board examines and licen-
ses persons in the practice of forestry in Maryland.
The Board consists of seven members appointed
to five-year terms by the Governor with Senate
advice and consent. Five members must be registered
professional foresters appointed from nominees of
the Maryland Chapter, Society of American
Foresters. They must have engaged in the practice
of forestry for at least ten years prior to appointment.
Authorization for the Board continues until July 1,
1994 (Code Business Occupations and Professions
Article, sees. 7-101 through 7-602).

 



 
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