Applicability of this chapter.
Licensure of members of the Armed Forces in good standing and their spouses with administrative boards.
Restriction on requirement of citizenship.
Qualification of immigrants for examination to practice a licensed profession or occupation.
Sale of services and information by department.
Professions and occupations regulated by department; legislative intent; requirements.
Department; powers and duties.
Rulemaking authority for professions not under a board.
Long-range policy planning; plans, reports, and recommendations.
Contacting boards through department.
Boards; organization; meetings; compensation and travel expenses.
Accountability and liability of board members.
Board rules; final agency action; challenges.
Education; substituting demonstration of competency for clock-hour requirements.
Proration of or not requiring continuing education.
Consultation with postsecondary education boards prior to adoption of changes to training requirements.
General licensing provisions.
Use of professional testing services.
Penalty for theft or reproduction of an examination.
Monitoring of compliance with continuing education requirements.
Continuing education provider and course approval; cease and desist orders.
Foreign-trained professionals; special examination and license provisions.
Exemption for certain out-of-state or foreign professionals; limited practice permitted.
Fees; receipts; disposition; periodic management reports.
Legal and investigative services.
Barbers and cosmetologists; instruction on HIV and AIDS.
Power to administer oaths, take depositions, and issue subpoenas.
Authority to issue citations.
Classification of disciplinary actions.
Grounds for discipline; penalties; enforcement.
Criminal proceedings against licensees; appearances by department representatives.
Penalty for giving false information.
Prosecution of criminal violations.
Unlicensed practice of a profession; cease and desist notice; civil penalty; enforcement; citations; allocation of moneys collected.
Unlicensed activities; fees; disposition.
Annual report concerning finances, administrative complaints, disciplinary actions, and recommendations.
Public inspection of information required from applicants; exceptions; examination hearing.
Disclosure of confidential information.
Advertisement by a veterinarian of free or discounted services; required statement.
Veterinarians; disposition of records of deceased practitioners or practitioners relocating or terminating practice.
Veterinarians; immediate suspension of license.
Inactive and delinquent status.
Renewal and cancellation notices.
Management Privatization Act.