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«Friday, January 15th, 1943. THE STATE BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS OF MARYLAND. The regular meeting of the Board was called to order by ...»

Friday, January 15th, 1943.

THE STATE BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS OF MARYLAND.

The regular meeting of the Board was called to order by

President Farley, with the following members present:

Mr. George A. Farley, President,

Mr. Sol Levinson, Vice-president,

Mr. Franklin B. Hill,

Mr. William F. Wooden,

Mr. Charles E. Delosier.

There being no corrections the minutes of the meeting held

December 11th wer^approved as read.

Mr. Elgie.D. Hawkins and Olin L. Molesworth appeared in answer to summons, and after a thorough review of Olin L. Molesworth's apprenticeship, Mr. Wooden moved, seconded by Mr. Levinson, that the apprenticeship of Olin L. Molesworth be cancelled and he be given no credit for the time registered under Elgie D. Hawkins, and that both Mr. Hawkins and Mr. Molesworth be so notified and warned against future violations of this kind. SO ORDERED.

President Farley then appointed a committee composed of the City Board members to prepare examination questions and named Mr. Levinson chairman.

Mr. Levinson moved, seconded by Mr. Delosier, that all registered apprentices be notified of the date of the next examinations. SO ORDERED.

Mr. Wooden moved, seconded by Mr. Delosier, that the next funeral director's and embalmer's examinations be held in Baltimore commencing March 1st at 10 A.M. SO ORDERED.

Mr. Wooden moved, seconded by Mr. Levinson, that the meeting now adjourn. SO ORDERED.

RECEIPTS:

Account 2 funeral director's courtesy card fees @ $5.00 10.00 Account 2 embalmer's courtesy card fees @ $5.00.. 10.00 Account funeral director's examination fee.... 65.00 Account 2 embalmer's' apprenticeship registration fees @ $5.00 10.00 Account funeral director's apprenticeship registration fee. 5.00 Account Funeral director's license fee 5.00 TOTAL RECEIPTS.... $105.00 Page #2

- Minutes January 15th, 1943 DISBURSEMENTS:

PAID DIRECT THROUGH STATE TREASURY DEPARTMENT:

LIST No. Pay Roll #3

- CHARLES E. DELOSIER, Elllcott City, Md., a/c salary as secretary £$41.66} and inspector-(f 83.34) 125.00

- MRS. ELSIE W. ALMY 87.50 212.50 LIST NO. 2 - THE C. & P. TELEPHONE CO..

.. 8.15

- LEONARD J. RUCK 216.45 224.60 TOTAL PAID DIRECT THROUGH STATE TREASURY DEPARTMENT:. $437.10

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Mr. Hill moved', seconded by Mr. Delosier, that the application of Sidney Ellis Levinson for funeral director's and embalmer's apprenticeship registration be denied because Sidney Ellis Levinson is attending -school and not serving a full time apprenticeship as required by law. SO ORDERED.

The Board' immediately started to grade examination papers.

Mr. Wooden moved', seconded by Mr. Ruck, that the meeting now adjourn to meet again on Friday, March S6th to continue grading examination- papers.' SO ORDERED.

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L. Scott Brooks - Practical - 90% Literary - 83 7/16% Chart - 75% William S. Hanna - " 75% " 77 1/2 % " 75% Mr. Wooden movedy seconded by Mr. Levinson, that those applicants who took the embalmer's- examination and received less than seventy-five "per cent'as shownon the average card, be notified that they failed to receive a passing grade. SO ORDERED.

Edward L. Landwehr - Practical - 35% Literary -60 25/32% Chart - 35%

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Secretary Monday, May 3rd", 1943.

THE STATE BOARD'OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS OF:MARYLAND.

The regular meeting of "the-Board was called to" order: by Mr. Farley.

All members having qualified Mr. Wi'lliam F. Wooden was then selected as- temporary chairman.

Immediately-upon Mr. Wooden1s assuming the chair and the following' members"being present: Mr. George A. Farley, Mr.

Sol Levinson, Mrv Edward L. Lilly; Mr. Leonard J. Ruck, Mr.

William F. Wooden and" Mr. Charles E. Delosier, Mr. Wooden called for a motion forpresident of"the Board for the ensuing two years.

Mr. Lilly movedy seconded by Mr.-Ruck, that Mr. George A.

Farley be nominated-for'the' office of President. SO ORDERED.

Mr. Levinson"moved,: seconded" by Mr.' Ruck, that the nominations be-closed "and' Mr. Farley be declared duly elected President for -the "ensuing-two" years.' SO ORDERED.

Mr.- Farley then- assumed the"chair•and immediately called for nominations- for~"the' office of Vice-president.

Mr. Levinson'movedyseconded' by Mr:- Lilly, that Mr.

William F. Wooden be nominated for the office of'Vice-president.

' SO ORDERED.

Mr. Ruck' moved,"-seconded"by Mr; Lilly, that the nominations be closed "and" Mrr Wooden be' declared duly elected Vicepresident for the"'ensuing" two years. SO ORDERED.

Mr. Ruck-moved", 'seconded' by Mr; Delosier," that Mr.

Edward L. Lilly be"-nomina:ted "for the- office of "Treasurer.

SO ORDERED.

Mr. Delosier'moved, seconded by Mr. Wooden, that the nominations be closed" and" Mr.~ Lilly be declared duly elected Treasurer for the ensuing-two years. ' SO ORDERED.

Mr. Levinson moved",- seconded by Mr: Wooden, that Mr.

Delosier be nominated-for•the office of Secretary. SO ORDERED.

Mr. Lilly moved,- seconded by Mr. Levinson, that the nominations be" closed"-and "Mr. Delosier be declared duly elected Secretary for the ensuing-two years. SO ORDERED.





Mr. Wooden-moved","" seconded by Mr. Lilly, that Mr.

Delosier be appointed "inspector"for two years. SO ORDERED.

Immediately"after the "election of officers the minutes of the mee'ting-held'^April 9th"were read and approved.

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Secretary Monday, October 4th, 1943.

THE STATE BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS OF MARYLAND.

The special meeting of the Board was called to order by

President Farley, with the following members present:

Mr. George A. Farley, President, Mr. William F. Wooden, Vice-president, Mr. Sol Levinson, Mr. Leonard J. Ruck, Mr. Charles E. Delosier.

There being no corrections, the minutes of the meetings held Spetember 11th and September 84th were approved as read.

Mr. Wooden moved, seconded by Mr. Levinson, that a copy of the committee's report on the survey of Charles G. Cooper's Mortuary, which was inspected, upon request of the War Production Board, be forwarded to the War Production Board, a copy of which report is in Charles G. Cooper's file. SO ORDERED.

Mr. Wooden moved, seconded by Mr. Delosier, that the application of Carl Hess for change of apprenticeship registration from Frank J. Cowan to William M. Mareck be approved. SO ORDERED.

Ralph Dolby appeared in answer to a request sent both him and Francis Petuskis to explain why Francis Petuskis' apprenticeship registration should not be cancelled by reason of the report of the inspector, which showed that he was not serving a full time apprenticeship.

Francis Petuskis did not appear but had previously mailed the Board a postcard stating that he was in the armed services.

This card together with statements made by Mr. Dolby are in the file of Francis Petuskis.

Mr. Delosier moved, seconded by Mr. Ruck, that the apprenticeship registration of Francis Petuskis be cancelled and no credit be given for time that he had been registered. SO ORDERED.

Roy K. Petticord, Eleanor Taveau, Elven Frazier and Ralph Dolby, accompanied by their attorney, John H. Hessey, appeared in answer to a request of the Board to show causes why their funeral director's or embalmer's apprenticeship registrations should not be cancelled by reason of the report of the inspector, which showed that they were not serving a full time apprenticeship.

The Board then called Roy K. Petticord, Ralph Dolby and attorney Hessey into the hearing room, and attorney Hessey then filed a form of protest against continuation of the hearing, in as much as his clients had not had proper notice for what. purpose they had been summoned.

After reading attorney Hessey's petition the Board requested that they leave the room, and after a thorough discussion, Mr.

Delosier moved, seconded by Mr. Ruck, that the hearing be postponed Page #2

- Minutes October 4th, 1943 until such time that due notification of the charges can be given to the above named apprentices. SO ORDERED.

After calling attorney Hessey into the hearing room and informing him of the Board' decision and discussing same with him, Mr.

Hessey agreed to waive any technicalities arising out of improper notifications and agreed to continue with the hearing as scheduled.

After filing a statement waiving rights to proper notifications the Board proceeded to call Mr. Petticord and Mr. Dolby back into the hearing room and proceeded with the hearing.

Mr. Petticord was then read the inspector's report and after hearing statements of Mr. Petticord, copy of which is in the file, Mr. Delosier moved, seconded by Mr. Ruck, that the funeral director's apprenticeship registration of Mr. Petticord be cancelled and no credit be given for time registered.

Mr. Hessey, in the presence of Mr. Dolby, was then read the inspector's report on Mrs. Taveau and Mr. Frazier, and then Mr.

Dolby made statements which were corroborated by attorney Hessey, copy of which are in the files.

After hearing these statements Mr. Wooden moved, seconded by Mr. Ruck, that the funeral director's apprenticeship registration of Elven Frazier be suspended until such time as he starts to assist in the directing and conducting of funerals, at which time said funeral director's apprenticeship registration be reinstated. SO ORDERED.

Mr. Wooden moved, seconded by Mr. Ruck, that the case of Mrs. Taveau, on testimony offered the Board by Mr. Dolby and attorney Hessey, be considered in proper order and her apprenticeship be continued. Copy of the above proceedings are in the files of Mrs.

Taveau. SO ORDERED.

Mr. Ruck moved, seconded by Mr. Levinson, that the meeting now adjourn. SO ORDERED.

RECEIPTS: August Account 3 Funeral Director's Courtesy Card, fees @ |5.00 15.00 Account 3 Embalmer's Courtesy Card fees @ $5.00.. 15.00 Account Funeral Director's renewal license fee... 5.00 Account Funeral Director's apprenticeship re-registration fee 5.00 Account Embalmer's apprenticeship re-registration fee 5.00 TOTAL RECEIPTS FOR AQGUST... f.45.00 Page #3

- Minutes October 4th, 1943 RECEIPTS; September Account Funeral Director's license fee 5.00 Account 2 Embalmer's apprenticeship registration fees @ *5.00 10.00 Account Funeral Director1s apprenticeship registration fee 5.00 TOTAL RECEIPTS FOR SEPTEMBER £20.00

DISBURSEMENTS;

" TAIL r;. TE TREASURY DEPAi T:

LIST No. Pay Roll #3

- CHARLES E. DEL0SIER, Ellicott City, Md.j a/c salary as Secretary (£41.66) and inspector ($83.34).. 125.00

- ELSIE W. ALMY 120.00 245.00 TOTAL PAID DIRECT THROUGH STAT1 SURY DEPART... $245.00

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