RULE 023.00.95-001 - Fee Schedule

RULE 023.00.95-001. Fee Schedule

THE FOLLOWING NEW RULES AND REGULATIONS ARE PROPOSED BY THE STATE BOARD OF BARBER EXAMINERS FOR ADOPTION AT A PUBLIC HEARING MONDAY, JULY 10, 1995, AND WILL BE FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE UPON ADOPTION.

ITEM X:

The State Board of Barber Examiners shall charge and collect the following fees:

(1) For registration of a new or previously unregistered barbershop, fifty dollars ($50.00);

(2) For the annual renewal of each barbershop registration certificate, fifteen dollars ($15.00) plus five dollars ($5.00) for each additional barber if there is more than one (1) barber in the barbershop;

(3) For restoration of an expired barbershop certificate, twenty dollars ($20.00) plus five dollars ($5.00) for each additional barber if there is more than one (1) barber in the barbershop;

(4) For the examination for a certificate to practice as a registered barber, fifty dollars ($50.00), and for the issuance of a certificate to practice as a registered barber, thirty-four dollars ($34.00);

(5) For annual renewal of the certificate to practice as a registered barber and for its issuance, thirty-four dollars ($34.00);

(6) For restoration of an expired certificate to practice as a registered barber, forty-two dollars ($42.00);

(7) Reciprocity or endorsement fee, one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00);

(8) For the examination of an applicant for a certificate to practice as a barber technician, thirty-five dollars ($35.00), and for the issuance of a certificate to practice as a barber technician, thirty-five dollars ($35.00);

(9) For annual renewal of the certificate to practice as a barber technician, thirty-five dollars ($35.00);

(10) For restoration of an expired certificate to practice as a barber technician, forty-two dollars ($42.00);

(11) For a student license fee for one (1) year of barber schooling, ten dollars ($10.00);

(12) Restoration of an expired barber certificate to a previously registered barber whose license has been expired for more than three (3) years, one hundred dollars ($100.00).

(7/10/1995)

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