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Session Laws, 1970
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Marvin Mandel, Governor                            871

4-1.

The Governor, with the advice of the Secretary of Licensing and
Regulation,
shall biennially appoint, in and for the City of Baltimore,
three engineers who have had not less than ten years' practical
experience in running steam engines, boilers and appliances pertain-
ing to stationary or portable engines, and who have been residents
of this State for not less than five years next preceding the date
of their appointment, who shall constitute and be known as the
"Board of Examining Engineers." The Board of Examining Engi-
neers shall be a part of the Department of Licensing and Regulation.
The parties so appointed, before entering on their duties, shall make
oath before the Clerk of the Superior Court of Baltimore City that
they will faithfully perform the duties of their office without fear,
partiality or favor; and that they will not during their term of office,
accept any money, gift, gratuity or consideration from any person,
and shall give bond to be approved by the Comptroller of the State,
in the sum of three thousand dollars each, for the faithful discharge
of their duties; and before entering on said discharge of their said
duties; the said inspectors shall provide themselves with an office in
a proper location in the City of Baltimore, and shall give notice by
publication for at least five days through the two daily papers having
the largest circulation in said city, of the time and manner in
which they will make the examination hereinafter provided for.
The exercise or performance of all powers, authority, duties and
functions vested in the Board by the provisions of this subtitle, shall
be subject to the power and authority of the Secretary of Licensing
and Regulation as set forth in Article 41 of the Annotated Code of
Maryland, or elsewhere in the laws of this State.

Sec. 25. And be it further enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland,
That Section 3-1. of the Code of Public Local Laws of
Baltimore City being Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws
of Maryland (1969 Edition), title "Article 4óCode of Public Local
Laws of Maryland," subtitle "Electrical Apparatus and Wiring," be
and it is hereby repealed and reenacted, with amendments, to read
as follows:

3-1.

The Governor, with the advice of the Secretary of Licensing and
Regulation,
shall appoint a board subject to the advice and consent
of the Senate which shall be known as the Board of Examiners and
Supervisors, consisting of five (5) persons, for the purpose of ex-
amining into the qualifications and capabilities of all persons who
are engaged or desire to engage in the business of Master Electrician
as defined in Section 3-5. of this Article. The Board of Examiners
and Supervisors shall be a part of the Department of Licensing and
Regulation.
The board so appointed shall be competent practical
electricians of Baltimore City and shall be selected as follows: one
(1) from nominations made by the Electrical Contractors' Associa-
tions of Maryland, one (1) from nominations made by the Interna-
tional Brotherhood of Electrical Workers of Maryland, one (1) from
nominations made by the Chief of the Municipal Electrical Inspectors
of Baltimore City, one (1) from nominations made by the Maryland
Fire Underwriters Rating Bureau, and one (1) person residing in
Baltimore City, who shall be a practical journeyman electrician who
has served at the business for a period of not less than ten years

 

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