ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS — LICENSE TO PRACTICE
25-808. Examinations. Each applicant shall be examined in writing by the division of animal industries. Such written examination shall be given to determine the knowledge of such applicant of the practice of artificial insemination. Such examination shall consist of such questions and cover such phases of the practice as may be prescribed from time to time by the said division of animal industries.
No applicant shall be granted a license who shall fail to answer correctly seventy-five percent (75%) of all questions asked.
In addition to such written examination, the applicant shall be examined in the art and skill of artificial insemination in such manner and by such methods as shall reveal applicant’s ability to practice artificial insemination.
Should an applicant who is required to procure a license as a prerequisite for engaging in the practice of artificial insemination fail to pass the required examination, the applicant may be reexamined at any regular or special examination thereafter upon the payment of ten dollars ($10.00) reexamination fee.
[25-808, added 1945, ch. 180, sec. 8, p. 274; am. 1974, ch. 18, sec. 142, p. 364.]