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Chapter 330

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  330.050.  Form of license — display required. — 1.  Upon due application therefor and upon submission by such person of evidence satisfactory to the board that such person is licensed to practice podiatric medicine in this state, and upon the payment of the fees required to be paid by this chapter, the board shall cause to be issued to such applicant a license, which license shall recite that the person therein named is duly registered for the period specified.

  2.  Such license shall contain the name of the person to whom it is issued and the office address of such person, the date and number of the license issued to such person to practice podiatric medicine.

  3.  Every person practicing podiatric medicine shall, upon receiving such license, cause the same to be conspicuously displayed at all times in every office maintained by such person or in which he practices podiatric medicine in this state.  If such person maintains or practices in more than one office in this state, the board shall issue to such person a duplicate license for each office so maintained or in which such person may practice.  If such person maintains or practices in more than one office in this state, the board shall issue to such person duplicate renewal licenses for each office so maintained or in which such person may practice.

  4.  If any registrant shall change the location of his office during the period for which any license shall have been issued, such registrant shall, within fifteen days thereafter, notify the board of such change, whereupon he shall be issued, without additional fee, a duplicate renewal license for such new location.

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(L. 1945 p. 965 § 9798b, A.L. 1981 S.B. 16, A.L. 2005 H.B. 402 merged with S.B. 178)


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