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Session Laws, 1984
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3378

LAWS OF MARYLAND

Ch. 726

selected only from those applicants certified by the Association
of Maryland Pilots; and if upon examination such applicant shall
appear to the Board of sufficient ability, skill and experience,
such applicant shall be granted one of four kinds of warrants of
appointment and licenses under seal, according to the
qualification of such applicant, thereby authorizing such
applicant for one year from the date of such warrant either to
pilot vessels of any draught, or vessels not exceeding 30 foot
draught, or vessels not exceeding 24 foot draught, or vessels not
exceeding 17 foot draft, and such applicant receiving such
warrant and appointment shall thereafter be reported a lawful
pilot.]

[9.] 7.

(A)  The Board of Examiners may make such rules and orders
for the government and regulation of pilots licensed by them as
they may think proper, not contrary to the provisions of this
article; and they may, by their order, deprive any pilot of his
license or suspend him for a limited time for breaking such rules
or orders or omitting anything required by the same or for acting
in any manner contrary thereto. And if any pilot so suspended or
deprived shall during the time of such suspension or deprivation
take upon himself to conduct or pilot any vessel, he shall
forfeit and pay one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00), for each
offense to the Board of Pilot Examiners. The moneys forfeited
herein and in [§ 8] § 6 shall be thereafter paid to the
Association of Maryland Pilots.

(B)  THE BOARD OF EXAMINERS SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
LICENSING AND DISCIPLINING OF PILOTS AND FOR THE SAFETY OF
PILOTAGE SERVICES, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE ISSUE OF PILOT
FATIGUE.

[14.

The Board of Examiners of Maryland Pilots is authorized and
directed to establish, at just and reasonable rates, pilotage
fees and charges, and no pilot shall demand or receive any
greater, lesser or different compensation for rendering pilotage
service than the rates established by the Board of Examiners of
Maryland Pilots pursuant to this section.

Before the Board of Examiners of Maryland Pilots shall
establish or prescribe any such pilotage fees or charges, it
shall hold a public hearing after giving due notice of the time
and place; and, for determining just and reasonable fees and
charges, the Board of Examiners of Maryland Pilots shall give
consideration to the following:

(a)  Draft, dimensions and tonnage of the vessel piloted.

(b)  Difficulty and inconvenience of the particular service
and the skill required to render such service.

 

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