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A. The board by a formal vote at an open public meeting shall establish fees, except as provided in section 32-1530, that the board determines are necessary to provide monies to conduct its business and which do not exceed the following:
1. For application for a license to practice naturopathic medicine and for certification to practice as a specialist, four hundred dollars.
2. For application for a certificate to dispense, four hundred dollars.
3. For issuance of a duplicate license or certificate, one hundred dollars.
4. For endorsement of an Arizona license or certificate for the purpose of applying for a license, certificate or registration in another state or country, fifty dollars.
5. For initial issuance of a license or a certificate, fifty dollars.
6. For any annual renewal of a license or a certificate, four hundred dollars.
7. For any late renewal of a license or an additional certificate, a fee of two hundred dollars.
8. For an initial application to conduct or engage in an internship, a preceptorship, a clinical training program or a postdoctoral training program, one hundred dollars.
9. For examination of applicants, the cost of giving the examination to each applicant.
10. For an initial application to be certified as a naturopathic medical assistant, one hundred dollars.
11. For application for examination without a licensure application by a naturopathic medical student, one hundred dollars.
12. For a copy of the minutes of board meetings during the calendar year, twenty-five dollars for each set of minutes.
13. For copying records, documents, letters, minutes, applications and files, twenty-five cents per page.
14. For a copy of tapes or computerized diskettes not requiring programming, one hundred dollars.
15. For written verification of a certificate or license, five dollars.
16. For submitting fingerprint cards to the department of public safety, the cost required by that department.
B. The board may charge a fee for services it is not required to provide pursuant to this chapter but which the board determines are appropriate to carry out the intent and purpose of this chapter. A fee imposed pursuant to this subsection shall not exceed the board's costs of rendering the service.