§ 340.200 Definitions
§ 340.202 Missouri veterinary medical board created — members — vacancies, how filled …
§ 340.204 Termination of membership, when
§ 340.206 Duties of board — special meetings by telephone conference — open to public.
§ 340.208 Compensation, expenses
§ 340.210 Seal — powers of board — rulemaking procedure.
§ 340.212 Record of board proceedings — list of persons licensed, suspended, revoked, …
§ 340.214 Veterinary medical board fund created, fees to be transmitted, preemption — …
§ 340.216 Practice without license prohibited, prohibited acts — exceptions.
§ 340.217 Practice of veterinary medicine across state lines defined — license not …
§ 340.218 Evidence of intent to engage in practice
§ 340.220 Transplant of embryo considered veterinary practice, when
§ 340.222 Supervisor responsible and liable, when
§ 340.224 Board’s authority not limited, when
§ 340.226 Licensed veterinary employees, prohibited when — exceptions — application …
§ 340.228 Application for licensure, contents — false statements, penalty — …
§ 340.230 Nonaccredited colleges, educational commission of foreign veterinary ..
§ 340.232 Registration and examination fees — return of examination fee — procedure …
§ 340.234 Examination — licensure without examination.
§ 340.236 Failure to qualify for examination, notice, contents, appeal
§ 340.238 Licensure by reciprocity, requirements — additional requirements — …
§ 340.246 Provisional licensure, requirements — term.
§ 340.247 Veterinary faculty license, requirements, limitations — disciplinary …
§ 340.248 Out-of-state veterinarian, temporary licensure for specific animal owner — …
§ 340.250 Temporary or provisional license, board’s exclusive authority
§ 340.252 Display of license, certificate, permit
§ 340.254 Existing certificate recognized, requirements
§ 340.255 Inactive license status, procedure
§ 340.256 Retirement, affidavit required — effect.
§ 340.258 License expires, when — notice of renewal — application for renewal, …
§ 340.260 Practice after declaration of noncurrency, penalty
§ 340.262 Renewal of expired license, requirements — waiver of fees, when.
§ 340.264 Refusal to issue or renew certificate, grounds — complaint may be filed, …
§ 340.266 Application for reinstatement of license — period.
§ 340.268 Continuing education course, examination may be required
§ 340.270 Records of patients, discoverable
§ 340.272 Complaint for expedited hearing, when — hearing, decision, when — temporary …
§ 340.274 Automatic revocation of license, when — automatic reinstatement, when — …
§ 340.276 Injunctions, restraining orders, other orders, when, grounds — commencement …
§ 340.278 Relicensing and reinstatement — conditions.
§ 340.280 Chairman may administer oaths, issue subpoena — enforcement of subpoenas, where.
§ 340.282 Immunity of persons cooperating with the board
§ 340.284 Medical records to be maintained
§ 340.285 Statute of limitations for malpractice, negligence, error, or mistake ..
§ 340.286 Disclosure of information, when required — immunity — waiver of privilege.
§ 340.287 Veterinary emergency care, no civil liability, exceptions (Good Samaritan law)
§ 340.288 Animal deemed abandoned, when, disposal of — immunity — abandoned defined, …
§ 340.292 Severability
§ 340.294 Penalty — separate offenses.
§ 340.296 Veterinary technician, board to register
§ 340.298 Provisions applicable to technicians
§ 340.300 Veterinary technician, registration of, application, contents — qualifications.
§ 340.302 Registration fee, technician — examination fee — consequences of failure.
§ 340.304 Technician, admittance to examination — failure to qualify, notice.
§ 340.306 Waiver of examination, when — grade score transfer permitted, when.
§ 340.308 Examination for technicians — application fee — rules — notification of results.
§ 340.310 Notice to successful examinees
§ 340.312 Technician certification, inactive status, when — notification of …
§ 340.314 Expiration, renewal of technician’s certificate, fees — notice of renewal, …
§ 340.316 Application, contents — false statements, penalty.
§ 340.318 Declaration of noncurrency for failure to renew certificate, notice
§ 340.320 Practice as technician after revocation, penalty — application for renewal.
§ 340.322 Renewal, inactive status
§ 340.324 Continuing education, requirement
§ 340.326 Supervision of veterinarian required — level of supervision.
§ 340.328 Emergency treatment authorized — immunity.
§ 340.330 Disciplinary action against technician authorized, when
§ 340.335 Loan repayment program for veterinary graduates — fund created.
§ 340.337 Definitions
§ 340.339 Certain areas designated as areas of defined need by department by rule
§ 340.341 Eligibility standards for loan repayment program — rulemaking authority.
§ 340.343 Contract for loan repayment, contents — specific practice sites may be …
§ 340.345 Loan repayment to include principal, interest and related expenses — annual …
§ 340.347 Liability for amounts paid by program, when — breach of contract, amount …
§ 340.350 Rulemaking authority
§ 340.375 Department to administer loan program — advisory panel to be appointed, …
§ 340.381 Program and fund created, use of moneys
§ 340.384 Application procedure — amount of award — number of applicants to be awarded.
§ 340.387 Contracts for assistance — repayment — forgiveness of loan, when.
§ 340.390 Failure to meet employment obligations, repayment of loan required — …
§ 340.393 Action to recover amounts due permitted
§ 340.396 Contracts not required, when

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  • Injunction: An order of the court prohibiting (or compelling) the performance of a specific act to prevent irreparable damage or injury.
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  • Plea: In a criminal case, the defendant's statement pleading "guilty" or "not guilty" in answer to the charges, a declaration made in open court.
  • Preliminary hearing: A hearing where the judge decides whether there is enough evidence to make the defendant have a trial.
  • Probation: A sentencing alternative to imprisonment in which the court releases convicted defendants under supervision as long as certain conditions are observed.
  • Property: includes real and personal property. See Missouri Laws 1.020
  • Remainder: An interest in property that takes effect in the future at a specified time or after the occurrence of some event, such as the death of a life tenant.
  • Restitution: The court-ordered payment of money by the defendant to the victim for damages caused by the criminal action.
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  • Subpoena: A command to a witness to appear and give testimony.
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  • Trustee: A person or institution holding and administering property in trust.
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