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A. The board by formal vote at its annual meeting shall establish fees and penalties that do not exceed the following:
1. Five hundred fifty dollars for an application for a license to practice homeopathic medicine pursuant to section 32-2912, subsection G, paragraph 1.
2. Two hundred fifty dollars for issuance of an initial license.
3. Fifty dollars for issuance of a duplicate license.
4. One thousand dollars for annual renewal of a license.
5. Three hundred fifty dollars for late renewal of a license.
6. Two hundred dollars for initial and annual renewal of a permit to dispense drugs and devices.
7. Five hundred dollars for an application for a locum tenens registration.
8. Two hundred fifty dollars for issuance of a locum tenens registration.
9. Two hundred dollars for annual renewal of a homeopathic medical assistant registration.
10. Twenty-five cents per page for copying board records, documents, letters, minutes, applications and files.
11. Thirty-five dollars for a copy of an audiotape.
12. One hundred dollars for the sale of computerized tapes or diskettes that do not require programming.
13. Two hundred dollars for supervising a homeopathic medical assistant.
14. Three hundred dollars for each initial application and annual renewal of a registration to conduct a practical educational program for supervised medical assistants.
B. The board may charge a licensee with the board's costs to administer a special purpose licensing examination related to its investigation of the licensee's competence.
C. The board may charge the actual cost of completing a professional conduct investigation to the licensee who is the subject of the investigation if the board determines that the licensee violated this chapter or a board rule.
D. The board shall charge additional fees for services that it is not required to provide under this chapter but that it determines are necessary to carry out its purpose. The board shall charge only the actual cost of providing these services.