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36-3902 - Application for license; issuance; posting
36-3902. Application for license; issuance; posting
A. The department of health services is authorized and directed to issue licenses for the operation of children's camps: No children's camp shall be operated without first obtaining such a license.
B. On or before May 1 annually, every person operating or seeking to operate a children's camp shall make application in writing to the department of health services for a license to conduct a children's camp. The application shall be in such form and shall contain such information as the department of health services finds necessary to determine that the children's camp will be operated and maintained in accordance with the standards prescribed by this chapter.
C. Where a person operates or is seeking to operate more than one children's camp, a separate application shall be made, and license obtained, for each camp.
D. The license shall be posted in a conspicuous place on the premises occupied by each camp.