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H0033...........................................................by MR. SPEAKER
                Requested by: Bureau of Occupational Licenses
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES - Amends existing law to revise provisions relating to
the renewal and reinstatement of certain professional licenses.
                                                                        
01/06    House intro - 1st rdg - to printing
    Rpt prt - to Bus
01/24    Rpt out - rec d/p - to 2nd rdg
01/27    2nd rdg - to 3rd rdg
01/28    3rd rdg - PASSED - 64-3-3
      AYES -- Andersen, Barraclough, Bauer, Bedke, Bell, Black, Block, Boe,
      Bolz, Bradford, Campbell, Cannon, Clark, Collins, Cuddy, Deal, Denney,
      Douglas, Eberle, Edmunson, Ellsworth, Eskridge, Field(23), Gagner,
      Garrett, Harwood, Henbest, Jaquet, Jones, Kellogg, Kulczyk, Lake,
      Langford, Langhorst, Martinez, McGeachin, Meyer, Miller, Mitchell,
      Moyle, Nacarrato, Nielsen, Raybould, Ridinger, Ring, Ringo, Roberts,
      Robison, Rydalch, Sali, Sayler, Shepherd, Shirley, Skippen, Smith(30),
      Smith(24), Smylie, Snodgrass, Stevenson, Tilman, Trail, Wills, Wood, Mr.
      Speaker
      NAYS -- Barrett, Crow, McKague
      Absent and excused -- Bieter, Field(18), Schaefer
    Floor Sponsor - Cannon
    Title apvd - to Senate
01/29    Senate intro - 1st rdg - to Com/HuRes
02/06    Rpt out - rec d/p - to 2nd rdg
02/07    2nd rdg - to 3rd rdg
02/10    3rd rdg - PASSED - 34-0-1
      AYES -- Bailey, Brandt, Bunderson, Burkett, Burtenshaw, Calabretta,
      Cameron, Compton, Darrington, Davis, Gannon, Geddes, Goedde, Hill,
      Ingram, Kennedy, Keough, Little, Lodge, Malepeai, Marley, McKenzie,
      McWilliams, Noble, Noh, Pearce, Richardson, Schroeder, Sorensen,
      Stegner, Stennett, Sweet, Werk, Williams
      NAYS --  None
      Absent and excused -- Andreason
    Floor Sponsor - Goedde
    Title apvd - to House
02/11    To enrol
02/12    Rpt enrol - Sp signed
02/13    Pres signed
02/14    To Governor
02/18    Governor signed
         Session Law Chapter 21
         Effective: 07/01/03

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  ||||              LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF IDAHO             ||||
 Fifty-seventh Legislature                 First Regular Session - 2003
                                                                        
                                                                        
                              IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
                                                                        
                                     HOUSE BILL NO. 33
                                                                        
                                       BY MR. SPEAKER
                       Requested by: Bureau of Occupational Licenses
                                                                        
  1                                        AN ACT
  2    RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL LICENSES; AMENDING SECTION  54-304,  IDAHO  CODE,  TO
  3        PROVIDE  DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE, TO REVISE LICENSE RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT
  4        PROVISIONS AND TO MAKE TECHNICAL  CORRECTIONS;  AMENDING  SECTION  54-507,
  5        IDAHO CODE, TO REMOVE LANGUAGE PROVIDING FOR A JULY RENEWAL DATE; AMENDING
  6        SECTION  54-515, IDAHO CODE, TO PROVIDE DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE AND TO REVISE
  7        LICENSE RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT  PROVISIONS;  AMENDING  SECTION  54-518,
  8        IDAHO  CODE,  TO  REMOVE LANGUAGE PROVIDING FOR LICENSE EXPIRATION IN JUNE
  9        AND TO ALLOW FEES TO BE PRORATED OR  REFUNDED;  AMENDING  SECTION  54-607,
 10        IDAHO  CODE, TO REVISE LICENSE RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT PROVISIONS AND TO
 11        MAKE A GRAMMATICAL CHANGE; AMENDING  SECTIONS  54-708  AND  54-815,  IDAHO
 12        CODE,  TO  PROVIDE  DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE AND TO REVISE LICENSE RENEWAL AND
 13        REINSTATEMENT PROVISIONS; AMENDING SECTION 54-1115A, IDAHO CODE, TO REVISE
 14        LICENSE RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT PROVISIONS;  AMENDING  SECTION  54-1522,
 15        IDAHO CODE, TO PROVIDE DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE, TO REVISE LICENSE RENEWAL AND
 16        REINSTATEMENT PROVISIONS AND TO PROVIDE CORRECT TERMINOLOGY; AMENDING SEC-
 17        TION  54-1608,  IDAHO  CODE,  TO  PROVIDE  DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE, TO REVISE
 18        LICENSE RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT PROVISIONS AND  TO  MAKE  A  GRAMMATICAL
 19        CHANGE;  AMENDING SECTION 54-2315, IDAHO CODE, TO PROVIDE DESCRIPTIVE LAN-
 20        GUAGE, TO REVISE LICENSE RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT PROVISIONS AND TO  PRO-
 21        VIDE  CORRECT TERMINOLOGY; AMENDING SECTION 54-2906, IDAHO CODE, TO REMOVE
 22        LANGUAGE PROVIDING EFFECTIVE DATES FOR LICENSES AND TO MAKE TECHNICAL COR-
 23        RECTIONS; AMENDING SECTION 54-2911, IDAHO CODE, TO REVISE LICENSE  RENEWAL
 24        AND  REINSTATEMENT  PROVISIONS, TO REMOVE DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE AND TO MAKE
 25        TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS; AMENDING SECTION 54-3003, IDAHO  CODE,  TO  PROVIDE
 26        DESCRIPTIVE  LANGUAGE AND TO REVISE LICENSE RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT PRO-
 27        VISIONS; AMENDING SECTION 54-3209, IDAHO CODE, TO REVISE PROVISIONS RELAT-
 28        ING TO LICENSING FEES AND LICENSE RENEWAL; AMENDING SECTION 54-3313, IDAHO
 29        CODE, TO REMOVE LANGUAGE PROVIDING EFFECTIVE DATES FOR LICENSES;  AMENDING
 30        SECTIONS  54-3316  AND  54-3415, IDAHO CODE, TO REVISE LICENSE RENEWAL AND
 31        REINSTATEMENT PROVISIONS; AMENDING SECTION 54-4114, IDAHO CODE, TO PROVIDE
 32        DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE AND TO REVISE LICENSE RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT  PRO-
 33        VISIONS;  AMENDING  SECTION 54-4209, IDAHO CODE, TO REVISE LICENSE RENEWAL
 34        AND REINSTATEMENT PROVISIONS AND TO PROVIDE CORRECT TERMINOLOGY;  AMENDING
 35        SECTION 54-4710, IDAHO CODE, TO PROVIDE DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE AND TO REVISE
 36        LICENSE   RENEWAL  AND  REINSTATEMENT  PROVISIONS;  AND  AMENDING  SECTION
 37        67-2614, IDAHO CODE, TO REVISE LICENSE RENEWAL  AND  REINSTATEMENT  PROVI-
 38        SIONS AND TO MAKE GRAMMATICAL CHANGES.
                                                                        
 39    Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Idaho:
                                                                        
 40        SECTION  1.  That  Section  54-304, Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby
 41    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 42        54-304.  FEES -- ISSUANCE OF LICENSES -- RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT.  Every
 43    person  applying  for examination for a license under this chapter shall pay a
                                                                        
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  1    fee equal to that charged by the national examining entity plus  a  processing
  2    fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) to the bureau of occupational licenses. In
  3    case  the applicant fails to qualify, said fee shall be retained by the bureau
  4    to cover the necessary expenses of said examination.  If  the  result  of  the
  5    examination  of  any  applicant  shall be satisfactory to the board, under its
  6    rules, it shall issue to such applicant a certificate setting forth  the  fact
  7    that  he  is a licensed architect and authorized to practice his profession in
  8    this state. The fee for reexamination shall be equal to that  charged  by  the
  9    national  examining  entity  plus  a  processing  fee  of  twenty-five dollars
 10    ($25.00). The fee for obtaining a license under the provisions of subsection 1
 11    of section 54-302A 1., Idaho Code, shall be an amount not to exceed  two  hun-
 12    dred  dollars  ($200).  The  fee  for permission under subsection 2 of section
 13    54-302A 2., Idaho Code, shall be an amount not to exceed two  hundred  dollars
 14    ($200).  The  annual  fee  for  renewal of a license shall be an amount not to
 15    exceed one hundred dollars ($100), which shall be paid to the bureau. The  fee
 16    for  reinstatement  of  any  license  shall be as provided in section 67-2614,
 17    Idaho Code. The board shall adopt fees by rule. All licenses issued under  the
 18    provisions of this chapter shall be subject to annual renewal and shall expire
 19    unless  renewed  in  the manner prescribed by the board regarding applications
 20    for renewal, continuing education, and fees. License renewal and reinstatement
 21    shall be in accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code.
                                                                        
 22        SECTION 2.  That Section 54-507, Idaho Code, be, and the  same  is  hereby
 23    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 24        54-507.  APPROVED  BARBER  COLLEGES  --  REQUIREMENTS  --  BOND. No school
 25    teaching the art or science of barbering shall operate or  be  licensed  as  a
 26    school of barbering, unless the entrance requirements are equal to those which
 27    are  required  under section 54-506, Idaho Code. An approved college may teach
 28    special courses, but as a prerequisite to graduation the college must provide:
 29        (1)  A course of instruction for barber-stylists  of  not  less  than  one
 30    thousand  eight hundred (1,800) hours and include in its course of instruction
 31    the scientific fundamentals for barbering: hygiene; bacteriology; histology of
 32    the hair, skin, nails, muscles and nerves; structure of  the  head,  face  and
 33    neck; elementary chemistry relating to sterilization and antiseptics; diseases
 34    of the skin, hair, glands and nails; massaging and manipulating the muscles of
 35    the  upper  body;  hair  cutting;  shaving;  and arranging, dressing, curling,
 36    waving, straightening, coloring, bleaching and tinting of the hair; and
 37        (2)  A course of instruction for barbers of not  less  than  nine  hundred
 38    (900)  hours and include in its course of instruction the scientific fundamen-
 39    tals for barbering: hygiene; bacteriology; histology of the hair, skin, nails,
 40    muscles and nerves; structure of the head, face and neck; elementary chemistry
 41    relating to sterilization and antiseptics; diseases of the skin, hair,  glands
 42    and nails; massaging and manipulating the muscles of the upper body; hair cut-
 43    ting; shaving; and arranging and dressing of the hair.
 44        For  the  purpose  of this chapter, a recognized approved barber school or
 45    college (hereinafter referred to as a college) shall be  understood  to  be  a
 46    college  that  has  met  with  the provisions of this chapter, and has a valid
 47    unrevoked license issued by the board, to the  effect  that  said  college  is
 48    approved by the state of Idaho.
 49        No college in the state shall advertise or use any signs or terms to indi-
 50    cate  that  the  college  is  approved,  recognized, accredited, certified, or
 51    licensed unless said college is licensed by the  board.  Every  college  shall
 52    advertise  as  a  college  and make known to the public and customers that the
 53    work is being done by students.
                                                                        
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  1        All instructors in an approved college must be licensed in  the  state  of
  2    Idaho as a barber instructor or a cosmetology instructor.
  3        Every  instructor  in  an  approved college shall devote his or her entire
  4    time during class hours to that of instructing  the  students  and  shall  not
  5    apply  his  time  to  that  of private or public practice during the school or
  6    class hours.
  7        A college furnishing satisfactory evidence  that  it  is  maintaining  the
  8    requirements  set forth in this chapter, whether located within or without the
  9    state, shall, upon the payment of the required fee, be issued a license to the
 10    effect that the college is approved by the board.
 11        A license issued to a college must be renewed annually. on July  first  of
 12    each  year.  Should  a  college fail or refuse to renew a license said college
 13    shall cease to operate if within the state of Idaho and be  removed  from  the
 14    list of the approved colleges.
 15        The board may cancel or refuse to renew a license issued to a college upon
 16    proof  that  said  college has failed or refused to meet with the requirements
 17    for approved colleges set forth in this chapter.
 18        One (1) instructor must be employed to each fifteen (15) students or frac-
 19    tional part thereof and one (1) barber instructor must be employed on a  full-
 20    time basis in each school or college.
 21        Every  school or college approved by the board shall deliver to the board,
 22    a bond to the state of Idaho in a form approved by the board,  and  renew  the
 23    same annually, in the sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000), executed by a cor-
 24    porate  surety  company  duly  authorized to do business in this state, condi-
 25    tioned that such school or college shall  continue  to  give  its  courses  of
 26    instruction,  in  accordance  with the provision of this chapter, until it has
 27    completed all such courses for which students have enrolled,  and  conditioned
 28    that  such school or college shall fully comply with all promises or represen-
 29    tations made to enrolled students as an inducement to such students to enroll.
 30    Any student so enrolled who may be damaged by reason of the  failure  of  such
 31    school or college to comply with such conditions, shall have a right of action
 32    in his or her own name, on such bonds, for such damage.
                                                                        
 33        SECTION  3.  That  Section  54-515, Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby
 34    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 35        54-515.  RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT OF LICENSES. All  persons  required  to
 36    procure  licenses  from  the  board  of barber examiners as a prerequisite for
 37    engaging in a trade, occupation or profession, or for the operation of a  bar-
 38    ber  shop,  must  annually renew the same in accordance with the provisions of
 39    section 67-2614, Idaho Code. All licenses issued under the provisions of  this
 40    chapter  shall be subject to annual renewal and shall expire unless renewed in
 41    the manner prescribed by the board regarding applications  for  renewal,  con-
 42    tinuing  education,  and  fees.  License renewal and reinstatement shall be in
 43    accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code.
                                                                        
 44        SECTION 4.  That Section 54-518, Idaho Code, be, and the  same  is  hereby
 45    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 46        54-518.  FEES. The various fees to be paid by applicants for original reg-
 47    istrations,  original  licenses, annual renewals, and examinations as required
 48    under this chapter shall be fixed by rules of the  board  in  amounts  not  to
 49    exceed the following:
 50        (1)  Original licenses and annual renewals thereof:
 51             approved  barber  college  within  the state, original license/annual
                                                                        
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  1             renewals......................................................$200.00
  2             approved  barber  college  located  outside   the   state,   original
  3             license/annual renewals........................................100.00
  4             barbershop original license/annual renewals.....................50.00
  5             barber, original license/annual renewals........................50.00
  6             barber-stylist, original license/annual renewals................50.00
  7             teacher, original license/annual renewals.......................60.00
  8             student registration (no renewal fees required).................60.00
  9             temporary permit fee (no renewal fees required).................60.00
 10             endorsement.....................................................80.00
 11        (2)  Examination/Reexamination:
 12             barber........................................................$ 75.00
 13             teacher license examination....................................100.00
 14        All  fees shall be paid to the bureau of occupational licenses. Fees shall
 15    not be prorated or refundable. The fee for reinstatement shall be as  provided
 16    in section 67-2614, Idaho Code. All licenses expire on June 30.
                                                                        
 17        SECTION  5.  That  Section  54-607, Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby
 18    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 19        54-607.  LICENSES -- ISSUANCE -- RENEWALS --  DISPLAY.  If  the  applicant
 20    shall  pass  a satisfactory examination, and shall show that he is a person of
 21    good moral character and he possesses  the  qualifications  required  by  this
 22    chapter to entitle him to a license as a podiatrist, he shall be entitled to a
 23    license  authorizing  him to practice podiatry within the state of Idaho. Said
 24    successful applicant shall be issued his license by the board upon payment  of
 25    the original license fee which shall be the same fee as required for renewal.
 26        All  licenses  to  practice  podiatry  issued under the provisions of this
 27    chapter shall be subject to annual renewal and shall expire on the 30th day of
 28    June of each year; all licensed podiatrists are entitled to  and  shall  renew
 29    their  licenses  on or before the 1st day of July of each year; and shall make
 30    application therefor, accompanied by unless renewed in the  manner  prescribed
 31    by  the  board  regarding  applications for renewal, continuing education, and
 32    fees. License renewal and reinstatement shall be in  accordance  with  section
 33    67-2614,  Idaho Code. Aan annual renewal license fee established by board rule
 34    shall not to exceed four hundred dollars ($400) for  podiatrists.  Payment  of
 35    fees  herein  provided, and satisfactory evidence of having complied with con-
 36    tinued education requirements as established by board rules  are  a  condition
 37    precedent for issuance of a license.
 38        Every  person  to  whom  a license is granted shall have such license dis-
 39    played continuously in a conspicuous part of his office wherein  his  practice
 40    of podiatry is conducted.
 41        The  board  shall  keep  on file a register of all applicants for license,
 42    rejected applicants, and licensees.
 43        The fee for reinstatement of a license shall be  as  provided  in  section
 44    67-2614,  Idaho  Code.  All  fees  shall be paid to the bureau of occupational
 45    licenses.
                                                                        
 46        SECTION 6.  That Section 54-708, Idaho Code, be, and the  same  is  hereby
 47    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 48        54-708.  BOARD  TO  ISSUE  LICENSES  -- RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT. (1) The
 49    board shall issue licenses to practice chiropractic to persons who have quali-
 50    fied therefor in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. The board may
 51    refuse licensure if it finds that the applicant has engaged in conduct prohib-
                                                                        
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  1    ited by sections 54-704 and 54-712, Idaho Code, provided, that the board shall
  2    take into consideration the rehabilitation of the applicant and other mitigat-
  3    ing circumstances. Such licenses shall be issued after payment of the  licens-
  4    ing  fee  in  an  amount  to be fixed by the board, and such licenses shall be
  5    issued for a period of one (1) year. Licenses to practice  chiropractic  shall
  6    be  renewed  on  their expiration upon completion of a renewal application and
  7    upon payment of a renewal fee, the amount of  which  shall  be  fixed  by  the
  8    board,  which fee shall not to exceed one hundred dollars ($100). All licenses
  9    issued under the provisions of this chapter shall be subject to annual renewal
 10    and shall expire unless renewed in the manner prescribed by the board  regard-
 11    ing  applications for renewal, continuing education, and fees. License renewal
 12    and reinstatement shall be in accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code.
 13        (2)  The board may renew, on an inactive basis, the license of a physician
 14    who is not practicing chiropractic in this state. The board shall fix and col-
 15    lect an inactive license fee for such an inactive license renewal in an amount
 16    not to exceed one hundred dollars ($100) and each inactive  license  shall  be
 17    issued  for  a period of one (1) year. A physician holding an inactive license
 18    may not engage in the practice of chiropractic in this state. If  a  physician
 19    wishes  to  convert his inactive license to an active license, he must account
 20    to the board for that period of time in which he held an inactive license. All
 21    fees authorized by subsections (1) and (2) of this section shall  be  paid  to
 22    the bureau of occupational licenses.
 23        (3)  Whenever  the  board  determines  that  an applicant for a license to
 24    practice chiropractic is not qualified for such a license pursuant to the pro-
 25    visions of this chapter, the board shall notify  the  applicant  by  certified
 26    mail of its denial of licensure and the reasons for denial.
                                                                        
 27        SECTION  7.  That  Section  54-815, Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby
 28    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 29        54-815.  RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT OF LICENSES. Upon the renewal  date  of
 30    June  30,  1965, every license or certificate of registration required by this
 31    chapter must be renewed for a period of eighteen (18) months,  thereby  making
 32    such  renewed  license or certificate of registration valid until December 31,
 33    1966. A fee of one and one-half (1 1/2) times the ordinary renewal  fee  shall
 34    be  charged  for  such  eighteen  (18) month renewal. Commencing with the year
 35    1966, eEvery license or certificate of registration required by  this  chapter
 36    must  be renewed annually, at the prescribed annual fee, on or before December
 37    31 in accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code. An expired license or  cer-
 38    tificate  may  be  reinstated. within five (5) years of the date of expiration
 39    upon payment of the reinstatement fees and the  furnishing  of  said  person's
 40    qualifications  to resume practice All licenses issued under the provisions of
 41    this chapter shall be subject  to  annual  renewal  and  shall  expire  unless
 42    renewed  in  the  manner  prescribed  by  the board regarding applications for
 43    renewal, continuing education, and fees.  License  renewal  and  reinstatement
 44    shall be in accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code. The reinstatement fee
 45    shall be the sum of the accumulated annual renewal fees for the lapsed period,
 46    plus the current renewal fee and a twenty-five dollar ($25.00) penalty.
                                                                        
 47        SECTION  8.  That Section 54-1115A, Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby
 48    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 49        54-1115A.  ANNUAL RENEWAL -- CANCELLATION -- REINSTATEMENT.  All  licenses
 50    issued pursuant to this act under the provisions of this chapter shall be sub-
 51    ject to annual renewal and shall expire on June 30 of each year; all licensees
                                                                        
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  1    shall  renew their licenses on or before July 1 of each year unless renewed in
  2    the manner prescribed by the board regarding applications  for  renewal,  con-
  3    tinuing  education,  and  fees.  License renewal and reinstatement shall be in
  4    accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code. In the event a licensee fails  to
  5    renew  a  license  as provided, the board shall immediately cancel the license
  6    following the date of delinquency; provided however, that the board may  rein-
  7    state  any  license canceled for failure to renew the same on payment of rein-
  8    statement fee shall be two hundred fifty dollars  ($250),  together  with  all
  9    fees  delinquent at the time of cancellation and the renewal fee for each year
 10    thereafter up to the time of reinstatement.
 11        Provided further, that where a license has been canceled for a  period  of
 12    more  than  five  (5)  years, the person so affected shall be required to make
 13    application to the board, using the same forms and furnishing the same  infor-
 14    mation  as required of a person originally applying for a license, and pay the
 15    same fee that is required of a person taking the examination in the particular
 16    profession in which said person holds a canceled Idaho license. Said applicant
 17    shall appear in person before the board at any regular or special meeting  for
 18    an examination, the nature of which shall be determined by the board. If after
 19    an  examination,  the  board is of the opinion that the person examined is the
 20    bona fide holder of the canceled license, is of good moral character  and,  if
 21    found  capable  of again practicing in this state the profession for which the
 22    original or canceled license was granted, the license shall be reinstated  and
 23    the holder thereof entitled to practice subject to the laws of this state.
                                                                        
 24        SECTION  9.  That  Section 54-1522, Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby
 25    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 26        54-1522.  LICENSES -- ISSUANCE -- RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT  --  RECORDING
 27    AND  DISPLAY. If the applicant shall pass a satisfactory examination and shall
 28    show that he is a person of good moral character and  that  he  possesses  the
 29    qualifications  required  in  this chapter to entitle him to be licensed as an
 30    optometrist, then, upon request, such applicant shall be entitled to a license
 31    authorizing the applicant to practice optometry in the  state  of  Idaho.  All
 32    licenses  to practice optometry shall be issued in the name of the Idaho state
 33    board of optometry with the seal thereof  attached.  All  licenses  so  issued
 34    shall  expire  on  the  thirtieth  day  of  June following the issuance of the
 35    license and all persons who practice optometry  within  the  meaning  of  this
 36    chapter  are entitled to renew and shall renew their licenses on the first day
 37    of July each calendar year All licenses issued under the  provisions  of  this
 38    chapter  shall be subject to annual renewal and shall expire unless renewed in
 39    the manner prescribed by the board regarding applications  for  renewal,  con-
 40    tinuing  education,  and  fees.  License renewal and reinstatement shall be in
 41    accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code. The failure  to  timely  renew  a
 42    license  under  this section shall require the payment of a fee of one hundred
 43    fifty dollars ($150) for a license renewal in addition to other fees which may
 44    be required, or other sanctions which may be imposed under this  act  chapter.
 45    Every person to whom a license is granted shall display the same, or a copy of
 46    the same certified to by the board in a conspicuous part of his office wherein
 47    the  practice   of optometry is conducted. It shall be unlawful for any person
 48    to practice optometry in the  state  of  Idaho  before  complying  with  these
 49    requirements.
 50        Any  person  licensed  to  practice optometry in the state of Idaho on the
 51    effective date of this act shall be eligible to renew his license on the first
 52    day of July following the effective date of this act.
                                                                        
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  1        SECTION 10.  That Section 54-1608, Idaho Code, be, and the same is  hereby
  2    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
  3        54-1608.  ATTENDANCE AT CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM -- REVOCATION OR SUS-
  4    PENSION  -- RENEWAL OF LAPSED LICENSES AND REINSTATEMENT. (1) Every individual
  5    who holds a valid license as a nursing home administrator issued by the  board
  6    under  section  54-1607(1), Idaho Code, shall annually be required to apply to
  7    the board for a renewal of license and report any facts requested by the board
  8    on forms provided for such purpose. A license not timely renewed shall be can-
  9    celed immediately All licenses issued under the  provisions  of  this  chapter
 10    shall be subject to annual renewal and shall expire unless renewed in the man-
 11    ner  prescribed  by  the  board regarding applications for renewal, continuing
 12    education, and fees. License renewal and reinstatement shall be in  accordance
 13    with section 67-2614, Idaho Code.
 14        (2)  Upon  making an application for a renewal of license, such each indi-
 15    vidual shall pay an annual license renewal fee, and at  the  same  time  shall
 16    submit  evidence  satisfactory  to the board that during the twelve (12) month
 17    period immediately preceding such application for renewal of  license  he  has
 18    successfully  attended documenting the attendance and completion of a continu-
 19    ing education program or course of study as may be provided in  the  rules  of
 20    the board.
 21        (3)  Upon  receipt of such application for renewal of license, the license
 22    fee, and the evidence required with respect to continuing education, the board
 23    shall issue a renewal of license to such nursing home administrator.
 24        (4)  The licensed nursing home administrator who fails to comply with  the
 25    provisions  of this section, and who continues to act as a nursing home admin-
 26    istrator, shall be subject to discipline by the board, in accordance with  the
 27    provisions of this act.
 28        (5)  A nursing home administrator who has been duly licensed in this state
 29    and  whose license shall not have been revoked or suspended, and whose license
 30    has expired for a period of not longer than five  (5)  years,  may  renew  his
 31    license  within  the  state upon complying with the provisions of this section
 32    for renewal of license and also filing with the board an affidavit  in  accor-
 33    dance  with the rules of the board, and payment of a one hundred dollar ($100)
 34    reinstatement fee together with fees for back years.
 35        (6)  A nursing home administrator whose license has been expired for  five
 36    (5)  or more years, must reapply for licensure under the provisions of section
 37    54-1605, Idaho Code.
                                                                        
 38        SECTION 11.  That Section 54-2315, Idaho Code, be, and the same is  hereby
 39    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 40        54-2315.  ADMINISTRATION  BY  BUREAU  OF  OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES -- FEE FOR
 41    RENEWAL OF LICENSE -- RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT. This  act  chapter  shall  be
 42    administered  by  the  bureau of occupational licenses. The fee for renewal of
 43    license shall be a fee as established by board rule not to exceed two  hundred
 44    twenty-five  dollars  ($225)  per annum. All licenses  issued under the provi-
 45    sions of this chapter shall be subject to  annual  renewal  and  shall  expire
 46    unless  renewed  in  the manner prescribed by the board regarding applications
 47    for renewal, continuing education, and fees. License renewal and reinstatement
 48    shall be in accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code.
                                                                        
 49        SECTION 12.  That Section 54-2906, Idaho Code, be, and the same is  hereby
 50    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
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  1        54-2906.  LICENSING  OF  APPLICANTS -- FEE -- RECIPROCAL LICENSING -- FEE.
  2    (a1) The board shall issue a license to each applicant without  discrimination
  3    who  passes  an  examination as provided in section 54-2907, Idaho Code, meets
  4    the other requirements of this chapter, and remits a license fee. The  license
  5    fee  and renewal fees shall be established by board rule and shall be at least
  6    twenty dollars ($20.00) but not more than two hundred  fifty  dollars  ($250).
  7    The license shall be effective until June 30 of the year following the year in
  8    which it was issued.
  9        (b2)  Whenever  the  board  determines that another state has requirements
 10    substantially equivalent to or higher than those in effect  pursuant  to  this
 11    chapter  and  that such state has a program equivalent to or stricter than the
 12    program for determining whether applicants pursuant to this chapter are quali-
 13    fied to engage in the practice of fitting of and dealing in hearing aids,  and
 14    provided  such  other state will license without examination and upon substan-
 15    tially the same conditions an applicant holding a license  issued  under  this
 16    chapter  pursuant  to  sections 54-2906 and 54-2911, Idaho Code, the board may
 17    issue licenses to applicants  who  hold  current,  unsuspended  and  unrevoked
 18    licenses  to fit and sell hearing aids in such other state and pay the license
 19    fee as established by board rule.
                                                                        
 20        SECTION 13.  That Section 54-2911, Idaho Code, be, and the same is  hereby
 21    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 22        54-2911.  ANNUAL  RENEWAL  OF  LICENSES  -- CONTINUING EDUCATION -- FEE --
 23    GRACE PERIOD -- REINSTATEMENT FEE. (a1) A license issued  under  this  chapter
 24    shall  expire on June 30 of the year following the year in which it was issued
 25    All licenses issued under the provisions of this chapter shall be  subject  to
 26    annual renewal and shall expire unless renewed in the manner prescribed by the
 27    board  regarding  applications  for  renewal,  continuing education, and fees.
 28    License renewal and reinstatement shall be in accordance with section 67-2614,
 29    Idaho Code.
 30        (b2)  Each person who engages in the practice of fitting of and dealing in
 31    hearing aids shall, on or before June 30 the expiration of his license, submit
 32    an application and pay to the board a license fee for a renewal of his license
 33    and shall keep such license posted in his office or established place of busi-
 34    ness at all times.
 35        (c)  A thirty (30) day grace period shall be allowed after June 30, during
 36    which time licenses may be renewed on payment  of  the  required  fee  to  the
 37    board.  After expiration of the grace period, the board may renew such license
 38    upon payment of a reinstatement fee of twenty-five dollars  ($25.00)  together
 39    with  all  delinquent renewal fees and the person providing evidence of satis-
 40    factory completion of all continuing education requirements. The grace  period
 41    shall  only  be applicable to the obtaining of a license renewal and shall not
 42    constitute authorization to engage in the practice of fitting of  and  dealing
 43    in  hearing  aids.  If  a license is not renewed within three (3) years of its
 44    expiration, the applicant shall apply  for  a  license  pursuant  to  sections
 45    54-2906, 54-2907 and 54-2909, Idaho Code.
 46        (d3)  Each person who engages in the practice of fitting of and dealing in
 47    hearing  aids shall annually comply with the continuing education requirements
 48    not to exceed ten (10) hours annually, in courses approved by  the  board  for
 49    continuing education hours.
                                                                        
 50        SECTION  14.  That Section 54-3003, Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby
 51    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
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  1        54-3003.  QUALIFICATIONS -- EXAMINATIONS -- BOARD -- CERTIFICATES OF  REG-
  2    ISTRATION  --  FEES  -- RECIPROCITY -- EXEMPTIONS -- INDIVIDUALS, PARTNERSHIPS
  3    AND CORPORATIONS -- RESTRICTION ON USE OF NAME -- SEAL.  (a)  Application  and
  4    practice.  In order to safeguard human health and property, and to promote the
  5    public welfare, any person in either public or private capacity practicing  or
  6    offering  to  practice  landscape  architecture for hire, shall be required to
  7    submit evidence that he is qualified to so practice and  shall  be  registered
  8    under the provisions of this act.
  9        (b)  Qualifications.  For  license as a landscape architect, evidence must
 10    be submitted to the board that the applicant:
 11        (1)  is eighteen (18) years of age or older;
 12        (2)  has, before admission to the examination,  completed  the  course  of
 13        study  in  and been graduated from a college or school of landscape archi-
 14        tecture approved by the board. He shall also submit, before  admission  to
 15        the  examination,  evidence  of  actual  practical experience in landscape
 16        architectural work of grade and character satisfactory to the board.  Each
 17        complete  year  of  study  in such approved college or school of landscape
 18        architecture may be accepted in lieu of one (1) year of  such  experience,
 19        and the applicant must submit evidence of sufficient additional acceptable
 20        experience  to  total four (4) years of combined education and experience.
 21        In lieu of graduation from an accredited college or  school  of  landscape
 22        architecture,  and the practical experience in addition thereto, an appli-
 23        cant may be admitted to the examination upon  presenting  evidence  of  at
 24        least  four  (4) years of actual, practical experience in landscape archi-
 25        tectural work of a grade and character satisfactory to the board.
 26        (c)  Examinations. Examinations for the license shall be held by the board
 27    at least once each year, provided that applications shall have  been  received
 28    during  the  time announced. The board shall adopt rules covering the subjects
 29    and scope of the examinations at the times  designated.  Every  applicant  for
 30    license  as  a landscape architect shall be required, in addition to all other
 31    requirements, to establish by written  examination  his  competency  to  plan,
 32    design,  specify,  and  supervise the installation of landscape projects. Each
 33    written examination may be supplemented by such oral examinations as the board
 34    may determine.
 35        (d)  The board. There is hereby created in the department of  self-govern-
 36    ing  agencies  an  Idaho  state board of landscape architects. The board shall
 37    consist of three (3) landscape architects.  Members  of  the  board  shall  be
 38    appointed by the governor and must be residents of this state, have the quali-
 39    fications  of landscape architects required by this act, and after the initial
 40    board is organized be licensed hereunder. The terms  of  the  members  of  the
 41    board first appointed shall expire as follows:
 42        Two (2) members two (2) years later, one (1) member three (3) years later.
 43    Thereafter,  appointments  shall be for four (4) year terms. Each member shall
 44    hold office until the appointment and qualification of his  successor.  Vacan-
 45    cies  occurring  prior  to    the  expiration  of  the term shall be filled by
 46    appointment in like manner for the unexpired term. The board  may  by  written
 47    agreement authorize the bureau of occupational licenses to act as agent in its
 48    interest, and shall have the power to make such rules as shall be necessary in
 49    the  performance of its duties. The board shall elect, at its first meeting of
 50    every calendar year, from its members, a president, and a secretary who may or
 51    may not be a member of the board. The secretary shall hold such office at  the
 52    pleasure of the board and shall receive a salary fixed by the board. In carry-
 53    ing  out the provisions of this act, all members of the board shall be compen-
 54    sated as provided by section 59-509(m), Idaho  Code.  Payment  of  travel  and
 55    other expenses shall be made from the occupational licenses fund.
                                                                        
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  1        (e)  Revenue  --  renewal  and reinstatement. Certificates of registration
  2    shall expire on the last day of June  following  their  issuance  or  renewal.
  3    Renewal  may  be  effected during the month of June by payment to the board of
  4    the required fee.
  5        (1)  In case any registrant fails to pay the  renewal  fee  before  thirty
  6        (30)  days  after  the  due date, the renewal fee shall be the current fee
  7        plus an amount set by the board; provided, that  any  registrant  in  good
  8        standing,  upon  fully retiring from landscape architectural practice, may
  9        withdraw from practice by giving written  notice  to  the  board  and  may
 10        thereafter  resume  practice  at any time upon payment of the then current
 11        renewal fee. Any registrant, other than a properly withdrawn licensee, who
 12        fails to renew his registration for a period of one (1) year may be  rein-
 13        stated  only on reexamination as is required for new registrants, or reci-
 14        procity. The board shall issue  a  receipt  to  each  landscape  architect
 15        promptly upon payment of the annual license fee. All licenses issued under
 16        the  provisions  of  this  chapter  shall be subject to annual renewal and
 17        shall expire unless renewed in the manner prescribed by the board  regard-
 18        ing  applications  for  renewal,  continuing  education, and fees. License
 19        renewal and reinstatement shall be in  accordance  with  section  67-2614,
 20        Idaho Code.
 21        (2)  Amounts.  The  amount  of  fees  shall  be as determined by the board
 22        within the following stated limits:
 23             (A)  The application fee not to exceed one hundred dollars ($100).
 24             (B)  The fee for examination to be established by board rule  not  to
 25             exceed  that charged by the council of landscape architectural regis-
 26             tration board plus a twenty-five dollar ($25.00) processing fee.
 27             (C)  The fee for an original certificate and the annual  license  fee
 28             not to exceed one hundred twenty-five dollars ($125).
 29        (3)  Refund. Fees shall be nonrefundable.
 30        (4)  Deposit.  All fees received under the provisions of this act shall be
 31        deposited in the state treasury to the credit of the occupational licenses
 32        fund and all costs and expenses incurred by the board under the provisions
 33        of this act shall be a charge against and paid from  said  fund  for  such
 34        purposes, and the funds collected hereunder shall be immediately available
 35        for  the  administration of this act, the provisions of any other law not-
 36        withstanding. In no instance will the occupational licenses fund be  obli-
 37        gated to pay any claims which in aggregate with claims already paid exceed
 38        the income to the occupational licenses fund which has been derived by the
 39        application of this act.
 40        (5)  Appropriation.  The money paid into the occupational licenses fund is
 41        continuously appropriated to the board for expenditure in the manner  pre-
 42        scribed herein to defray the expenses of the board and in carrying out and
 43        enforcing the provisions of this act.
 44        (f)  Reciprocal  provisions.  The  board may certify for registration with
 45    limited examination an applicant who is  legally  registered  as  a  landscape
 46    architect  in  any  other state or country whose requirements for registration
 47    are at least substantially equivalent to the requirements of this state.
 48        (g)  Exemptions.
 49        (1)  None of the provisions of this act shall prevent employees  of  those
 50        lawfully practicing as landscape architects from acting under the instruc-
 51        tion, control or supervision of their employers.
 52        (2)  None  of  the provisions of this act shall apply to the business con-
 53        ducted in this state by any horticulturist, nurseryman, or landscape nurs-
 54        eryman, gardener, landscape gardener,  landscape  designer,  or  landscape
 55        contractor,  as  these  terms  are  generally  used,  or any other person,
                                                                        
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  1        including, but not limited to, their right to plan and supervise  in  con-
  2        nection  therewith,  except  that no such person shall use the designation
  3        "landscape architect," "landscape architecture," or any description  tend-
  4        ing  to  convey the impression that he is a registered landscape architect
  5        unless he is registered as provided in this act.
  6        (3)  This act shall not apply to architects, professional engineers, geol-
  7        ogists, and land surveyors, licensed to practice their respective  profes-
  8        sions.
  9        (h)  Act applies to natural persons only.
 10        (1)  All  certificates  of registration shall be issued to natural persons
 11        only but nothing contained in this act shall  prevent  a  duly  registered
 12        landscape  architect from performing his services for a corporation, firm,
 13        partnership, or association.
 14        (2)  Partners. Each partner in a partnership of landscape architects shall
 15        be registered to practice. Subject to this requirement, a  partnership  of
 16        landscape architects may use a partnership name if such name consists of:
 17             (A)  The names of two (2) or more landscape architects.
 18             (B)  The  names  of  one or more landscape architects and one or more
 19             professional engineers, architects, or planners.
 20        (3)  Any person applying to the licensing official of any county  or  city
 21        for  a  business  license  to practice landscape architecture shall at the
 22        time of such application exhibit to such licensing  official  satisfactory
 23        evidence  under  the  seal of the board and the hand of its secretary that
 24        such applicant possesses a current registration. The license shall not  be
 25        granted  until  such  evidence is presented, any contrary provision of any
 26        special act or general act notwithstanding.
 27        (i)  Qualifications for practice -- seal:
 28        (1)  No  person  shall  use  the  designation  "landscape  architect"   or
 29        "landscape architecture," or advertise any title or description tending to
 30        convey  the  impression  that  he  is a landscape architect, or practicing
 31        landscape architecture, unless  such  person  is  a  registered  landscape
 32        architect.  Every holder of a registration certificate shall display it in
 33        his principal office, place of business, or place of employment.
 34        (2)  Every landscape architect shall have a seal approved  by  the  board,
 35        which  shall  contain  the  name  of the landscape architect and the words
 36        "Registered Landscape Architect, State of Idaho," and such other words  or
 37        figures  as  the  board may deem necessary and prescribe. All drawings and
 38        title pages of specifications, prepared by  such  landscape  architect  or
 39        under  the  supervision of such landscape architect, shall be stamped with
 40        the aforesaid seal. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to permit
 41        the seal of a landscape architect to serve as a substitute for the seal of
 42        a licensed architect, a licensed professional engineer or a licensed  land
 43        surveyor.
                                                                        
 44        SECTION  15.  That Section 54-3209, Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby
 45    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 46        54-3209.  FEES -- LICENSING -- DURATION OF LICENSES. Each person  licensed
 47    to  practice  social  work  shall pay to the bureau of occupational licenses a
 48    license fee, not to exceed seventy-five dollars ($75.00) as determined by  the
 49    rules  of  the  board,  on  July 1 of each year for the following fiscal year.
 50    Licenses shall expire on the last day of the month  of  June  following  their
 51    issuance  and  shall become invalid after that date. All licenses issued under
 52    the provisions of this chapter shall be subject to annual  renewal  and  shall
 53    expire unless renewed in the manner prescribed by the board regarding applica-
                                                                        
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  1    tions  for  renewal,  continuing  education,  and  fees.  Renewal may shall be
  2    effected in accordance with the requirements of section 67-2614, Idaho Code.
                                                                        
  3        SECTION 16.  That Section 54-3313, Idaho Code, be, and the same is  hereby
  4    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
  5        54-3313.  LICENSING.  A  denturist  license shall be valid for a period of
  6    one (1) year, whereupon a renewal license will be issued upon payment  of  the
  7    renewal  fee  and  the  submission of proof of the completion of not less than
  8    twelve (12) hours continuing education accredited by the board during the  one
  9    (1)  year immediately preceding the date of application for renewal. A license
 10    issued effective as of a date other than July 1 will be valid  until  midnight
 11    June  30  next following the date it was issued. The license shall bear on its
 12    face the address where the licensee's denturist services will be performed.
                                                                        
 13        SECTION 17.  That Section 54-3316, Idaho Code, be, and the same is  hereby
 14    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 15        54-3316.  RENEWAL  OR  REINSTATEMENT OF LICENSE. All licenses issued under
 16    the provisions of this chapter shall be subject to annual  renewal  and  shall
 17    expire unless renewed in the manner prescribed by the board regarding applica-
 18    tions  for renewal, continuing education, and fees. Renewal or License renewal
 19    and reinstatement of a license shall be  governed  by  the  provisions  of  in
 20    accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code.
                                                                        
 21        SECTION  18.  That Section 54-3415, Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby
 22    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 23        54-3415.  RENEWAL OR REINSTATEMENT OF LICENSE.  Renewal  or  reinstatement
 24    of  licenses  shall be governed by the provisions of All licenses issued under
 25    the provisions of this chapter shall be subject to annual  renewal  and  shall
 26    expire unless renewed in the manner prescribed by the board regarding applica-
 27    tions  for  renewal, continuing education, and fees. License renewal and rein-
 28    statement shall be in accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code.
                                                                        
 29        SECTION 19.  That Section 54-4114, Idaho Code, be, and the same is  hereby
 30    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 31        54-4114.  TERM OF LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE -- RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT. Any
 32    license  or  certificate  for  the practice of residential and/or general real
 33    estate appraisal shall expire on June 30, and shall become invalid on  July  1
 34    unless renewed prior to the expiration date All licenses issued under the pro-
 35    visions  of  this  chapter shall be subject to annual renewal and shall expire
 36    unless renewed in the manner prescribed by the  board  regarding  applications
 37    for renewal, continuing education, and fees. License renewal and reinstatement
 38    shall be in accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code.
                                                                        
 39        SECTION  20.  That Section 54-4209, Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby
 40    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 41        54-4209.  CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION LICENSURE -- ATTENDANCE AT  CONTINU-
 42    ING  EDUCATION PROGRAM -- REVOCATION OR SUSPENSION -- RENEWAL OF LAPSED REGIS-
 43    TRATIONS LICENSES. -- REGISTER OF APPLICATIONS. (1) Every individual who holds
 44    a valid license as a residential or  assisted  living  facility  administrator
 45    issued  qualifies  for  licensure by the board under section 54-4208(1), Idaho
                                                                        
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  1    Code, shall immediately upon issuance thereof be deemed  registered  with  the
  2    board  and  be  issued a certificate of registration license. Thereafter, such
  3    individual shall annually be required to apply to the board for a recertifica-
  4    tion of registration license renewal and report any  facts  requested  by  the
  5    board on forms provided for such purpose. All licenses issued under the provi-
  6    sions  of  this  chapter  shall  be subject to annual renewal and shall expire
  7    unless renewed in the manner prescribed by the  board  regarding  applications
  8    for renewal, continuing education, and fees. License renewal and reinstatement
  9    shall be in accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code.
 10        (2)  Upon  making  an  application  for a recertification of registration,
 11    such license renewal, each individual shall pay an annual registration renewal
 12    fee, and at the same time shall submit evidence proof of the  satisfactory  to
 13    the  board that during the twelve (12) month period immediately preceding such
 14    application for recertification of registration he has successfully attended a
 15    completion of the required continuing education program or course of study  as
 16    may be provided in the rules of the board.
 17        (3)  Upon  receipt of such the renewal application, for recertification of
 18    registration, the registration required fee, and the  evidence  required  with
 19    respect to proof of continuing education, the board shall issue a recertifica-
 20    tion  of registration to such residential or assisted living facility adminis-
 21    trator current license.
 22        (4)  The license of a residential or assisted living facility  administra-
 23    tor who fails to comply with the provisions of this section, and who continues
 24    to  act  as  a residential or assisted living facility administrator, shall be
 25    suspended or revoked by the board, in accordance with the provisions  of  this
 26    chapter.
 27        (5)  A  residential or assisted living care facility administrator who has
 28    been duly licensed and registered in this state and whose  license  shall  has
 29    not have been revoked or suspended, and whose registration license has expired
 30    for  a  period  of  not  longer than five (5) years, may reregister within the
 31    state upon complying with the provisions of this section  for  recertification
 32    of  registration and also apply for the reinstatement of his license by filing
 33    with the board an affidavit application together with proof of having met  the
 34    continuing  education  requirement  within  the previous twelve (12) months in
 35    accordance with the rules of the board, and payment of  a  twenty-five  dollar
 36    ($25.00)  reinstatement fee together with the renewal fees for back all lapsed
 37    years.
 38        (6)  A residential or assisted living facility administrator whose license
 39    has been expired for five (5) or more years, must reapply for licensure  under
 40    the provisions of section 54-4206, Idaho Code.
 41        (75)  The  board shall maintain a register of all applications for licens-
 42    ing and registration of residential or assisted living care facility  adminis-
 43    trators,  which  register shall show: The place of residence, name and address
 44    of each applicant, the name and address of employer or business connection  of
 45    each  applicant,  the date of application, complete information of educational
 46    and experiential qualifications, the action taken by the board license   issue
 47    date,  the  serial license number, of the license and of registration certifi-
 48    cates issued to the applicant the certificate issue date, the  date  on  which
 49    the  board  reviewed  and acted upon the application, and such other pertinent
 50    information as the board may deem necessary.
                                                                        
 51        SECTION 21.  That Section 54-4710, Idaho Code, be, and the same is  hereby
 52    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 53        54-4710.  EXPIRATION AND RENEWAL -- REINSTATEMENT. (1) All licenses or and
                                                                        
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  1    certifications issued under the provisions of this chapter shall be subject to
  2    annual renewal and shall expire unless renewed in the manner prescribed by the
  3    rules  of  the  board,  upon  payment  of a renewal regarding applications for
  4    renewal, continuing education, and fees.  License  renewal  and  reinstatement
  5    shall be in accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code.
  6        (2)  The  board  shall establish the following fees relating to licensing,
  7    which fees shall be established in an amount that is sufficient to defray  all
  8    costs necessary for the administration of this chapter:
  9        (a)  Initial license;
 10        (b)  Renewal of license fee;
 11        (c)  Initial fee for certification;
 12        (d)  Initial acupuncture technician certificate;
 13        (e)  Renewal acupuncture technician certificate;
 14        (f)  Inactive license and certification fees;
 15        (g)  Late renewal fees.
                                                                        
 16        SECTION  22.  That Section 67-2614, Idaho Code, be, and the same is hereby
 17    amended to read as follows:
                                                                        
 18        67-2614.  RENEWAL OR REINSTATEMENT OF LICENSE.  All  persons  required  to
 19    procure  licenses  from  the bureau of occupational licenses as a prerequisite
 20    for engaging in a trade, occupation, or profession  must  annually  renew  the
 21    same  by  July  first  of each year prior to the license holder's birthday. No
 22    less than thirty (30) days prior to the renewal date of a license  the  bureau
 23    shall  send to the mailing address of record a bureau approved application for
 24    renewal that shall be completed by the licensee and submitted  to  the  bureau
 25    with  the  required  fee  and confirmation of the completion of any continuing
 26    education that may be required. For the renewal period beginning July 1, 2003,
 27    the required license renewal fee shall be 1/365 of the annual renewal  license
 28    fee  as  determined  by  the board for each day until the next birthday of the
 29    licensee. The required fee for all subsequent annual  renewals  shall  be  the
 30    amount  set  forth  in  the laws and rules of the governing board. All persons
 31    required to procure facility licenses from the bureau of occupational licenses
 32    as a prerequisite for operating a place of business in which a trade,  occupa-
 33    tion  or  profession  is  practiced shall annually renew the same prior to the
 34    anniversary of the original issue date of the license. For the renewal  period
 35    beginning  July  1,  2003,  the required facility license renewal fee shall be
 36    1/365 of the annual renewal fee determined by the board for each day until the
 37    next anniversary date of the license issue date. The required fee for all sub-
 38    sequent annual renewals shall be the amount set forth in the laws and rules of
 39    the governing board. In case of failure so to renew a  license  prior  to  the
 40    expiration  date,  the  bureau shall immediately cancel the same following the
 41    date of delinquency expiration: provided, however, that the bureau  may  rein-
 42    state any license canceled for failure to renew the same on payment of no less
 43    than  twenty-five  dollars ($25.00) as may be determined by law or board rule,
 44    together with all fees delinquent and documentation of the completion  of  any
 45    continuing  education required at the time of cancellation and the renewal fee
 46    for each year thereafter up to the time of reinstatement.
 47        Provided further, that where a license has been canceled for a  period  of
 48    more  than  five  (5)  years, the person so affected shall be required to make
 49    application to the bureau, using the same forms and furnishing the same infor-
 50    mation as required of a person originally applying for a license, and pay  the
 51    same fee that is required of a person taking the examination in the particular
 52    profession in which said person holds a canceled Idaho license. Said applicant
 53    shall appear in person before the bureau at any regular or special meeting for
                                                                        
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  1    an  examination,  the  nature  of  which shall be determined by the bureau. If
  2    after an examination, the bureau is of the opinion that the person examined is
  3    the bona fide holder of the canceled license, is of good moral character  and,
  4    if  found  capable  of again practicing in this state the profession for which
  5    the original or canceled license was granted, the license shall be reinstated.
  6    and the holder thereof entitled to practice subject to the laws of this state.

Statement of Purpose / Fiscal Impact


         STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

                            RS 12379C1

67-2614 changing the renewal date from annual to the birth date of
the applicant.  Each code affected by this change is: 54-4806, 54-
4710, 54-304, 54-507, 54-515, 54-518, 54-708, 54-815, 54-3415, 54-
3313, 54-3316, 54-2906, 54-2911, 54-3003, 54-3006, 54-1115A, 54-
1608, 54-1522, 54-607, 54-2315, 54-4209, 54-4114, and 54-3209.






         FISCAL IMPACT

There will be no impact on General or Dedicated Funds.








CONTACT
Name:    Rayola Jacobsen
Agency:  Occupational License, Bureau
Phone:   334-3233

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