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Section 3152. (Amended by Stats. 2008, Ch. 352, Sec. 3.)
Cite as: Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §3152.

The amount of fees and penalties prescribed by this chapter shall be established by the board in amounts not greater than those specified in the following schedule:

(a)The fee for applicants applying for a license shall not exceed two hundred seventy-five dollars ($275).

(b)The fee for renewal of an optometric license shall not exceed five hundred dollars ($500).

(c)The annual fee for the renewal of a branch office license shall not exceed seventy-five dollars ($75).

(d)The fee for a branch office license shall not exceed seventy-five dollars ($75).

(e)The penalty for failure to pay the annual fee for renewal of a branch office license shall not exceed twenty-five dollars ($25).

(f)The fee for issuance of a license or upon change of name authorized by law of a person holding a license under this chapter shall not exceed twenty-five dollars ($25).

(g)The delinquency fee for renewal of an optometric license shall not exceed fifty dollars ($50).

(h)The application fee for a certificate to treat lacrimal irrigation and dilation shall not exceed fifty dollars ($50).

(i)The application fee for a certificate to treat glaucoma shall not exceed fifty dollars ($50).

(j)The fee for approval of a continuing education course shall not exceed one hundred dollars ($100).

(k)The fee for issuance of a statement of licensure shall not exceed forty dollars ($40).

(l)The fee for biennial renewal of a statement of licensure shall not exceed forty dollars ($40).

(m)The delinquency fee for renewal of a statement of licensure shall not exceed twenty dollars ($20).

(n)The application fee for a fictitious name permit shall not exceed fifty dollars ($50).

(o)The renewal fee for a fictitious name permit shall not exceed fifty dollars ($50).

(p)The delinquency fee for renewal of a fictitious name permit shall not exceed twenty-five dollars ($25).



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