RULE 023.00.99-001 - Fee Regulations

RULE 023.00.99-001. Fee Regulations

17-20-208. Fees Act 749, 1995

(a) The State Board of Barber Examiners shall by regulation establish reasonable registration fees, renewal fees, examination fees and such other fees as it deems necessary and appropriate to fulfill its duties.

THE FOLLOWING FEES WERE ESTABLISHED AT A PUBLIC HEARING OCTOBER 12, 1998, AND FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE.

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

(1) For registration of a new or previously unregistered barber shop, seventy dollars ($70.00);

(2) For the annual renewal of each barbershop registration certificate, twenty- five dollars ($25.00) plus ten ($10.00) for each additional barber if there is more than one (1) barber in the barber shop;

(3) For restoration of an expired barbershop certificate, fifty dollars ($50.00) plus ten dollars ($10.00) 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, seventy- five dollars ($75.00), and for the issuance of a certificate to practice as a registered barber, forty dollars ($40.00);

(5) For annual renewal of the certificate to practice as a registered barber and for its issuance, forty dollars ($40.00);

(6) For restoration of an expired certificate to practice as a registered barber, sixty- five dollars ($65.00);

(7) Reciprocity of endorsement fee, two hundred dollars ($200.00);

(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 ($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, twenty-dollars ($20.00)

(b) A duplicate certificate will be issued upon the filing of a statement covering the loss of certificate, certified by the oath of the applicant, and by submitting one (1) signed photograph, and the payment of a fee of five dollars ($5.00) for the issuance of the duplicate certificate. Each duplicate certificate shall have the word "Duplicate" stamped across the face thereof and will bear the same number as the original certificate that is was issued in lieu of.

(c) Funds thus realized shall be expended for:

(1) The payment of the salary of the Executive Secretary of the State Board of Barber Examiners;

(2) The per diem salary of the members of the State Board of Barber Examiners and their necessary expenses incurred;

(3) Salary of registered barber inspectors and stenographers;

(4) Retainer fees for attorneys;

(5) Publication of the Barber Law;

(6) Investigation of violations of the Barber Law; and

(7) Such other purposes as may be directed by the board.

Registered Barber New Fee

$40.00

Registered Barber Renewal Fee

$40.00

Registered Barber Restoration Fee

$65.00

Registered Barber Exam Fee

$75.00

Reciprocity Fee

$200.00

New Barber Shop Fee

$70.00

Barber Shop Renewal fee

$25.00

Additional Barber Fee

$10.00

Barber Shop Restoration Fee

$50.00

Student License Fee

$20.00

Shop List Fee

$75.00

Insufficient Check Fee

$22.00

APPEARANCES

Patricia Vanausdall Bell, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General, 323 Center Street, Suite 200, Little Rock, Arkansas 72201, appearing on behalf of the Board.

PROCEEDINGS

MR. LITTLE: Today is Monday, October 12, 1998.

This is a meeting of the State Board of Barber Examiners -- a public meeting specifically called to receive comments from the public concerning a proposed price structure change, and everybody, I believe, has been handed a copy of the proposed changes.

Do any of you feel that there's any need to go over these? Do you understand what you have in your hand?

There's no one here but Board members today. No member of the public is here to have a comment.

Charlie, do you want to go through them?

Ms. Bell, do you think it's necessary to go through each one of them? Everybody has a copy.

MS. BELL: No, sir, I don't believe there is.

For the purposes of the record we might provide the court reporter with a copy as an exhibit.

MR. LITTLE: We've done that.

[The document referred to was marked as Board 's Exhibit No. 1 for identification.]

MS. BELL: Alright. I don't think there'd be any need, especially since there's no questions.

MR. LITTLE: Is there any comment from any of the Board members?

[No response.]

MR. LITTLE: Anything anyone would want to ask?

[No response.]

MR. LITTLE: We've gone over and over and over this.

MR. KIRKPATRICK: Yes, we have.

MR. LITTLE: Okay, then there are some other things that we wanted to consider.

MR. KIRKPATRICK: You'll probably need to --

MS. CAMPBELL: We need to make a motion.

MR. KIRKPATRICK: -- make a motion.

MR. FRENCH: I'll make a motion that we accept it as it's written.

MS. CAMPBELL: I'll second.

MR. LITTLE: Okay, a motion's made by Mr. French and seconded by Shari Campbell.

Any other comments?

[No response.]

MR. LITTLE: Those in favor of the motion please say aye.

MR. FRENCH: Aye.

MR. WINSTEAD: Aye.

MS. CAMPBELL: Aye.

MR. LITTLE: Those opposed.

[No response.]

MR. LITTLE: Hearing none, then the mot ion carries. Now, I think, Charlie, you had asked the attorney to research a couple of other items. do you want to bring them up now or do you want to --

MR. KIRKPATRICK: Well, you might just wait until we get--

MR. LITTLE: Let us have just a few comments off the record and then we'll get back on the record.

[Discussion off the record.]

MR. LITTLE: We're back on the record.

Okay, it's in order for someone to make a motion that we --

MR. WINSTEAD: Make a motion and I'll second it.

MR. LITTLE: Welly I can't make a motion. Somebody else has to make the motion.

The motion concerns keeping animals out of the shop.

MR. KIRKPATRICK: And reptiles.

MR. LITTLE: And reptiles.

MR. FRENCH: I'll make a motion that we keep animals and reptiles out of the shop.

MR. WINSTEAD: And I'll second that motion. I'm Homer Winstead.

MR. LITTLE: Any other discussion about it?

[No response.]

MR. LITTLE: Those in favor say aye.

MR. WINSTEAD: Aye.

MS. CAMPBELL: Aye.

MR. FRENCH: Aye.

MR. LITTLE: Opposed.

[No response.]

MR. LITTLE: Okay, the motion carried.

Then the next motion would be concerning the things we discussed about fines. We'd be able to fine people on the spot if they choose not to come to a hearing.

MS. BELL: If they waive a hearing, right.

MR. LITTLE: If they waive a hearing, they can pay a fine in lieu of coming to a hearing. We need a motion to that effect.

MS. CAMPBELL: I'll make a motion.

MR. LITTLE: A second?

MR. FRENCH: I'll second it.

MR. LITTLE: Any discussion on the motion and the second?

[No response.]

MR. LITTLE: All those in favor say aye.

MS. CAMPBELL: Aye.

MR. WINSTEAD: Aye.

MR. FRENCH: Aye.

MR. LITTLE: Opposed.

[No response.]

MR. LITTLE: The motion carried.

What else?

MR. FRENCH: Barber poles.

MR. LITTLE: Do we need a motion on the barber poles?

MR. KIRKPATRICK: We need a motion that we trademark them.

MR. LITTLE: Okay, then a motion to trademark the barber pole is in order.

MS. CAMPBELL: I'll make a motion to have the trademark.

MR. LITTLE: I need a second.

MR. WINSTEAD: I'll second it.

MR. LITTLE: Mr. Winstead seconded.

Any discussion?

[No response.]

MR. LITTLE: All those in favor say aye.

MS. CAMPBELL: Aye.

MR. FRENCH: Aye.

MR. WINSTEAD: Aye.

MR. LITTLE: All opposed.

[No response.]

MR. LITTLE: All have voted for that.

Anything else?

[No response.]

MR. LITTLE: Anything else we need to discuss?

[No response.]

MR. LITTLE: Then if there's nothing else we need to discuss, I'll entertain a motion that we adjourn.

MS. CAMPBELL: I make a motion to adjourn.

MR. WINSTEAD: Second it.

MR. LITTLE: Alright, we're adjourned .

[Whereupon, at 1:35 p.m., the public hearing was adjourned.]

BOARD'S EXHIBIT NO. 1:

REQUEST FOR CHANGE IN FEE SCHEDULE 1999-2001 BIENNIUM

CURRENT FEE STRUCTURE

  

PROPOSED CHANCE

  

FEE

EST. RECEIPTS

AUTHORIZlNG

  

FEE

     

DESCRIPTION

AMOUNT

1998-99

ACT/ CODE CITE

  

AMOUNT

EST. RECEIPTS

REASON FOR CHANGE

1999-2000

2000-2001

Registered Barber

New Fee

$34.00

$ 9,078.00

Act 749 of 1995

  

$40.00

$10,680.00

$10,680.00

To add needed revenue

Registered Barber

Renewal Fee

$34.00

$57,800.00

"

"

  

$40.00

$68,000.00

$68,000.00

"

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Registered Barber

Restoration Fee

$42.00

$19,950.00

"

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$65.00

$30,875.00

$30,875.00

"

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Registered Barber

Exam Fee

$50.00

$13,350.00

"

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$75.00

$20,025.00

$20,025.00

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Reciprocity

Fee

$150.00

$ 3,000.00

"

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$200.00

$ 4,000.00

$ 4,000.00

"

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New Barber Shop

Fee

$50.00

$ 4,000.00

"

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$70.00

$ 5,600.00

$ 5,600,00

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Barber Shop

Renewal Fee

$15.00

$11,820.00

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$25.00

$19,700.00

$19,700.00

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Additional Barber

Fee

$ 5.00

$.2,670.00

"

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$10.00

$ 5,340.00

$ 5,340.00

"

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Restoration Fee

$20.00

$ 3,800.00.

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$50.00

$ 9,500.00

$ 9,500.00

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Student License

Fee

$10.00

$ 2,670.00

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$20.00

$ 5,340.00

$ 5,340.00

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Shop List

Fee

$15.00

$120.00

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$75.00

$600.00

$600.00

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Insufficient Check

Fee

$15.00

$300.00

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$22.00

$440.00

$440.00

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(5/24/1999)

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