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Commission refers charges or complaints made by
itself or others to the Board tor hearings The Board
hears all matters referred to it and submits its
findings and recommendations to the Commission
The Commission names one of its members as
Board chair Authorization for the Board continues
until July 1,2002 (Code Business Occupations and
Professions Article, sees 17 325, 17 326)

STATE COMMISSION OF
REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS
William G Bowen, Chair, 1995
Charles P Kazlo, Executive Director
(410) 333 6590

The State Commission of Real Estate Appraisers
was created in 1990 to license real estate appraisers
(Chapter 594, Acts of 1990) Any person who
wishes to provide real estate appraisal services in
Maryland must be licensed by the Commission
The Commission's nine members are appointed
to three-year terms by the Governor with the advice
of the Secretary of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation
and Senate advice and consent Nominated by the
Commission, the Executive Director is appointed by
the Secretary of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation
Authorization for the Commission continues until
July 1, 2003 (Code Business Occupations and Pro
tessions Article, sees 16 101 through 16 802)

LICENSURE OF SECONDHAND PRECIOUS
METAL OBJECT DEALERS & PAWNBROKERS
Dennis L Gnng, Executive Director
(410) 333 6322

In 1981, the Secretary of Licensing and Regula-
tion was authorized to license every individual dealer
in secondhand precious metals and gems in the State
(Chapter 436, Acts of 1981) This licensure was
extended in 1982 to cover pawnbrokers in those
jurisdictions not having local licenses Since 1995, the
Secretary of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation has
been responsible for these duties (Code Business
Regulation Article, sees 12 101 through 12-601)

LIC ENSURF OF SPORTS AGENTS
Dennis L Gnng, Director
(410) 333 6322

In 1988, the Secretary of Licensing and Regula
tion was authorized to hcense sports agents recruiting
athletes in Maryland and to suspend or revoke such
licenses after a hearing (Chapter 695, Acts of 1988)
The statute imposes certain duties on sports agents
regarding the filing of contracts, disclosure of fee
schedules, contract cancellation, advertising, prohib
ited activities, and record keeping Since 1995, the
Secretary of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation has
been responsible for these duties (Code Business
Regulation Article, sees 4-401 through 4 426)

DIVISION OF RACING

Kenneth A Schertle, Executive Director

501 St Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21202—2272 (410) 333 6267

The Division of Racing originated in 1980 as the
Division of Sports and Recreation and was reorgan
ized under its present name in 1985 The Division
of Racing oversees the work of the Maryland Rac
ing Commission The Maryland Racing Commis
sion, through the Division of Racing, regulates
thoroughbred and harness horse racing

MARYLAND RACING COMMISSION

Vacancy, Chair
(410)333 6267

The Maryland Racing Commission was formed
in 1920 (Chapter 273, Acts of 1920) It licenses all
persons, associations, or corporations that hold any
horse racing meet within the State where racing is
permitted for any stake, purse, or reward The
Commission makes all regulations governing the
races It may also regulate the size of a purse, the
price of admission, or the charge made for any
article or service sold at the meets All persons
engaged in racing in Maryland under assumed
names must register with the Commission for per-
mission to use such names The Commission may
revoke or suspend the license of any person or
corporation engaged in racing within the State who
violates the racing laws or Commission rules For
jockeys it licenses to ride thoroughbred horses, the
Commission secures workers' compensation msur
ance coverage on a blanket basis
The Commission's nine members are appointed
tor four year terms by the Governor with Senate
advice and consent The Governor names the chair
The Secretary of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation
appoints the Executive Director Authorization for
the Commission continues until July 1, 2001
(Code Business Regulation Article, sees 11 201
through 11 214)

MARYLAND BRED RACE FUND
ADVISORY COMMITTEE

John P McDamcl, Chair, 1996
(410)333 6267

In 1962, the Maryland Bred Race Fund Ad
visory Committee began administering the
Maryland Bred Race Program and the Mary
land Bred Race Fund (Chapter 137, Acts of
1962) The Fund is supported by an assessment
on each thoroughbred track licensee of a portion
of the mutuel pool of all its horse races during
the year The Fund is then apportioned between
a purse for races involving Maryland bred horses
and awards given to breeder, owner, and stallion
for horses bred in Maryland

 

 



 
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