PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
54-607. Licenses — Issuance — Renewals — Display. (1) If the applicant passes a satisfactory examination and shows that he is a person of good moral character and he possesses the qualifications required by this chapter to entitle him to a license as a podiatrist, he shall be entitled to a license authorizing him to practice podiatry within the state of Idaho. The successful applicant shall be issued his license by the board upon payment of the original license fee that shall be established by board rule and shall not exceed the annual renewal fee.
(2) All licenses issued under the provisions of this chapter shall be subject to annual renewal and shall expire unless renewed in the manner prescribed by the board regarding applications for renewal, continuing education, and fees. License renewal and reinstatement shall be in accordance with section 67-2614, Idaho Code. An annual renewal license fee established by board rule shall not exceed six hundred fifty dollars ($650) for podiatrists. Payment of fees herein provided and satisfactory evidence of having complied with continued education requirements as established by board rule are conditions precedent for issuance of a license.
(3) Every person to whom a license is granted shall have such license displayed continuously in a conspicuous part of his office wherein his practice of podiatry is conducted.
(4) The board shall keep on file a register of all applicants for license, rejected applicants and licensees.
(5) The fee for reinstatement of a license shall be as provided in section 67-2614, Idaho Code. All fees shall be paid to the bureau of occupational licenses.
[54-607, added 1957, ch. 143, sec. 7, p. 235; am. 1965, ch. 164, sec. 3, p. 317; am. 1969, ch. 464, sec. 7, p. 1304; am. 1974, ch. 13, sec. 55, p. 138; am. 1976, ch. 361, sec. 6, p. 1188; am. 1982, ch. 141, sec. 2, p. 398; am. 1987, ch. 119, sec. 3, p. 233; am. 1997, ch. 27, sec. 4, p. 46; am. 1999, ch. 153, sec. 1, p. 427; am. 2001, ch. 26, sec. 1, p. 31; am. 2003, ch. 21, sec. 5, p. 80; am. 2009, ch. 94, sec. 1, p. 280; am. 2014, ch. 101, sec. 4, p. 299.]