ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS — LICENSE TO PRACTICE
25-809. Licenses — Issuance, renewals and reinstatement. If the applicant shall pass such examination as is herein provided to be given and shall show that he is a person of good moral character and that he possesses the qualifications required by this act to entitle him to a license to practice artificial insemination, he shall be entitled to a license authorizing him to practice such artificial insemination within the state of Idaho.
All such licenses shall expire on the 30th day of June of each year, and all persons who practice artificial insemination within the meaning of this act are entitled to renew and shall renew their licenses on or before the 1st day of July of each year, and shall make application for such renewal to the division of animal industries. In case of failure so to renew a license, the division shall cancel the same on the 1st day of October, following the date of delinquency: provided, however, that the division may reinstate any license cancelled for failure to renew the same on payment of twenty-five dollars ($25.00). Provided, further, that where a license has been cancelled for a period of more than five (5) years, the person so affected shall be required to make application to the division, using the same forms and furnishing the same information as required of a person originally applying for a license, and pay the same fee that is required of a person taking the examination for the first time. Such applicant for reinstatement whose license has been cancelled for a period of more than five (5) years shall appear in person before the division at any regular or special meeting for an examination the nature of which shall be determined by the division. If after such examination the division is of the opinion that the person examined is the bona fide holder of a cancelled license, is of good moral character and, if found capable of again practicing artificial insemination, the license shall be reinstated and the holder thereof entitled to practice subject to the laws of this state.
[25-809, added 1945, ch. 180, sec. 9, p. 274; am. 1974, ch. 18, sec. 143, p. 364; am. 1984, ch. 17, sec. 2, p. 20.]