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25-810.  Refusal, revocation or suspension of license. The division of animal industries may either refuse to issue, or refuse to review, or suspend or revoke any license upon any of the following grounds:
a.  Fraud or deception in procuring the license.
b.  The publication or use of any untruthful or improper statements or representations with the view of deceiving or defrauding the public or any client or customer in connection with the practice of artificial insemination.
c.  The conviction of a felony as shown by a certified copy of the record of the court of conviction.
d.  Habitual intemperance in the use of intoxicating liquors, or habitual addiction to the use of morphine, cocaine, or other habit forming drugs.
e.  Immoral, unprofessional or dishonorable conduct manifestly disqualifying the licensee for practicing artificial insemination.
f.  Gross malpractice.
g.  Continued practice by a person knowingly having an infectious or contagious disease communicable to domestic animals.
The division may neither refuse to issue, nor refuse to renew, nor suspend nor revoke any license, however, for any such cause, unless the person accused has been given at least twenty (20) days notice in writing of the charge against him, and a public hearing by the division is first had.
Upon the hearing of any such proceeding the administrator may administer oaths and may procure, by subpoena of the division of animal industries, the attendance of witnesses and the production of relevant books and papers.
Any district court, or any judge of a district court, either in terms or in vacation, upon the application of the division may, by order duly entered require the attendance of witnesses and the production of relevant books and papers before the said division in any hearing relating to the refusal, suspension or revocation of license hereunder. Upon refusal or neglect to obey the order of the court or the said judge, the court or judge may compel, by proceedings for contempt of court, obedience of its or his order.

[25-810, added 1945, ch. 180, sec. 10, p. 274; am. 1974, ch. 18, sec. 144, p. 364.]

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