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Chapter 43-29

Veterinarians
Section Section Name
43-29-01 Purpose of the chapter
43-29-01.1 Definitions
43-29-02 State board of veterinary medical examiners ‑ Appointments ‑ Qualifications ‑ Terms ‑ Vacancies
43-29-03 Officers of board ‑ Seal ‑ Meetings ‑ Limitations on meetings ‑ Examinations ‑ Rules ‑ Code of ethics ‑ Inspection of facilities ‑ Educational requirements ‑ Reciprocity
43-29-04 Record of proceedings of board ‑ Register of applicants kept by board ‑ Records and register as evidence
43-29-05 Compensation and expenses of members of board
43-29-05.1 Executive secretary
43-29-06 Graduation from recognized school and certificate or permit from board required
43-29-07 Application for license ‑ Change of address ‑ Display of certificate of registration
43-29-07.1 Veterinary technicians ‑ Examinations
43-29-07.2 Examination ‑ License without examination ‑ Temporary permit
43-29-07.3 License renewal ‑ Continuing education requirements
43-29-08 Certificate of qualification issued to applicants passing examination ‑ Conclusiveness of certificate ‑ Re-examination
43-29-08.1 Veterinary technician ‑ Renewal of license
43-29-09 Limited specialty license ‑ Graduate veterinary technicians
43-29-10 Display of license and certificate
43-29-11 Fees deposited with state treasurer ‑ Separate fund ‑ Vouchers
43-29-12 Veterinary medicine defined
43-29-12.1 Veterinary technician services ‑ Emergency services ‑ Prohibited services
43-29-13 Practices excepted from chapter
43-29-14 Refusal, suspension, and revocation of license and certificate ‑ Reinstatement and relicense
43-29-15 Complaints ‑ Investigations
43-29-16 Proceedings on revocation or suspension of license ‑ Appeals ‑ Costs of prosecution ‑ Disciplinary proceedings
43-29-16.1 Abandonment of animals by owner
43-29-17 Unlawful practice of veterinary medicine ‑ Penalty ‑ Civil remedy
43-29-18 Effect of invalidity of part of this chapter
43-29-19 Veterinary prescription drugs

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