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Section 15-303 - Particular qualifications for different kinds of certificates and permits.

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§ 15-303. Particular qualifications for different kinds of certificates and permits.(a)First-class mine foreman certificate of competence.- An applicant for a first-class mine foreman certificate of competence shall produce evidence satisfactory to the examining authority that he is at least 18 years of age and a citizen of the State or of another state that accords similar privileges to a citizen of Maryland. He shall furnish a verified history of his experience in mining employment, showing in detail the several mines in which he has worked, their location, the particular occupation followed during a period of at least five years, and in particular his knowledge of and extent of experience with gaseous mines. Each applicant shall pay an examination fee of $5 to the State.(b)Permit of competence.- An applicant for a "permit of competence" shall produce evidence satisfactory to the examining authority that he is qualified by experience to take the examination for the permit.(c)Fire-boss certificate of competence.- An applicant for a fire-boss certificate of competence shall produce evidence satisfactory to the examining authority that he is a resident of the State, or of another state that accords similar privileges to a resident of Maryland, and at least 18 years of age. He shall furnish a verified history of his experience in mining employment, showing in detail the several mines in which he has worked, their location, the particular employment followed during a period of at least 3 years, and, in particular, his knowledge of and extent of experience with gaseous mines. Each applicant shall pay an examination fee of $3 to the State. [An. Code 1957, art. 66C, § 510; 1973, 1st Sp. Sess., ch. 4, § 1; 1980, ch. 418, § 1; 1982, ch. 52; 1995, ch. 488, § 2.]
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  • § 15-303. Particular qualifications for different kinds of certificates and permits.
     

    (a)  First-class mine foreman certificate of competence.- An applicant for a first-class mine foreman certificate of competence shall produce evidence satisfactory to the examining authority that he is at least 18 years of age and a citizen of the State or of another state that accords similar privileges to a citizen of Maryland. He shall furnish a verified history of his experience in mining employment, showing in detail the several mines in which he has worked, their location, the particular occupation followed during a period of at least five years, and in particular his knowledge of and extent of experience with gaseous mines. Each applicant shall pay an examination fee of $5 to the State. 

    (b)  Permit of competence.- An applicant for a "permit of competence" shall produce evidence satisfactory to the examining authority that he is qualified by experience to take the examination for the permit. 

    (c)  Fire-boss certificate of competence.- An applicant for a fire-boss certificate of competence shall produce evidence satisfactory to the examining authority that he is a resident of the State, or of another state that accords similar privileges to a resident of Maryland, and at least 18 years of age. He shall furnish a verified history of his experience in mining employment, showing in detail the several mines in which he has worked, their location, the particular employment followed during a period of at least 3 years, and, in particular, his knowledge of and extent of experience with gaseous mines. Each applicant shall pay an examination fee of $3 to the State. 
     

    [An. Code 1957, art. 66C, § 510; 1973, 1st Sp. Sess., ch. 4, § 1; 1980, ch. 418, § 1; 1982, ch. 52; 1995, ch. 488, § 2.] 
     

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