Code of Maryland Regulations
Subtitle 16 - BOARD OF BARBERS
Chapter 09.16.02 - Barber Shops - Owner Responsibility

Universal Citation: MD Code Reg Owner Responsibility

The holder of a barber shop permit is responsible for:

A. The condition and operation of the shop in compliance with the laws and regulations governing the practice of barbering;

B. Displaying a sign containing the name and nature of the establishment, in at least 3-inch bold display-type lettering, on the outside of the premises in full view of the street or public walkway unless otherwise directed by the Board;

C. Displaying, in full view of the public:

(1) The shop permit;

(2) A zoning certification or other approval for the practice of barbering on the premises; and

(3) A condensed version of the laws and regulations regarding the licensing and regulation of individuals authorized to perform services in a barber shop, and owners of a barber shop, as provided by the Board;

D. Ensuring that all employees of the shop are properly licensed or registered;

E. Ensuring that an employee does not perform services beyond the scope of the applicable license or registration;

F. Employing a sufficient number of master barbers who are qualified to supervise the training of apprentices to ensure that each apprentice being trained in the shop is individually supervised and trained.

(Regulation .02B, C amended effective May 31, 1999 (26:11 Md. R. 854))
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