§ 34-7B-1 Definitions
§ 34-7B-2 Board of Cosmetology and Barbering – Creation; composition; compensation
§ 34-7B-3 Board of Cosmetology and Barbering – Vacancies
§ 34-7B-4 Board of Cosmetology and Barbering – Oath; bond; powers and duties; meetings; records and books
§ 34-7B-5 Board of Cosmetology and Barbering – Executive director
§ 34-7B-6 Board of Cosmetology and Barbering Fund
§ 34-7B-7 Application for examination or licensure
§ 34-7B-8 Fee schedule
§ 34-7B-9 Change of name or address
§ 34-7B-10 Suspension or revocation of license or permit; penalties
§ 34-7B-11 Findings, orders of board; appeals
§ 34-7B-12 Construction of chapter
§ 34-7B-13 Exemptions from chapter
§ 34-7B-14 Duration, expiration, and reinstatement of license; records
§ 34-7B-15 Student registration
§ 34-7B-16 Apprentice registation
§ 34-7B-17 Qualifications of applicants for examination or licensure – Barber
§ 34-7B-18 Qualifications of applicants for examination or licensure – Cosmetologist
§ 34-7B-19 Qualifications of applicants for examination or licensure – Esthetician
§ 34-7B-20 Qualifications of applicants for examination or licensure – Natural hair stylist
§ 34-7B-21 Qualifications of applicants for examination or licensure – Manicurist
§ 34-7B-22 Qualifications of applicants for examination or licensure – Esthetician/manicurist
§ 34-7B-23 Qualifications of applicants for examination or licensure – Manicurist/waxer
§ 34-7B-24 Qualifications of applicants for examination or licensure – Instructor
§ 34-7B-25 Registration of threaders
§ 34-7B-26 Application and licensure requirements to operate school
§ 34-7B-27 Licensure under former chapter
§ 34-7B-28 Applicability of rules
§ 34-7B-29 Continuation of board

Terms Used In Alabama Code > Title 34 > Chapter 7B

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