1. The fee for a license to engage in the practice of barbering shall be forty dollars and for each renewal thereof the fee shall be forty dollars.
Terms Used In N.Y. General Business Law 440
- Apprentice: means a person pursuing in good faith a course of study in the practice of barbering under the tutelage, supervision and direction of a licensee and who assists such licensee in such practice. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 1621-F
- Barber: means a person who engages in the practice of barbering. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 1621-F
- Barber shop: means any store, establishment, place or premises or part thereof where the practice of barbering is engaged in. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 1621-F
- barbering: means and includes the performance of the following practices upon the head of a human being for any purpose whatsoever except for the treatment of disease or of physical or mental ailments:
(a) Shaving or trimming the beard or cutting the hair of humans;
(b) Giving facial or scalp massage with oils, creams, lotions or other preparations, either by hand or mechanical appliances;
(c) Singeing, shampooing, arranging, dressing or dyeing the hair or applying hair tonic;
(d) Applying cosmetic preparations, antiseptics, powders, oils, clays or lotions to scalp, face or neck. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 1621-F
2. The fee for a license to conduct a barber shop shall be sixty dollars and for each renewal thereof the fee shall be sixty dollars.
3. The fee for taking a written or practical examination under this article shall be fifteen dollars.
4. The fee for the registration or the renewal of the registration of an apprentice shall be twenty dollars.
5. The fee for issuing a duplicate license in substitution for one lost, destroyed or mutilated shall be ten dollars.
6. The fee for changing a name on a license shall be thirty dollars.
7. The fee for changing the address on a license shall be ten dollars.
8. The fees hereinabove set forth shall be those for licenses issued for the license period of four years. Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivision one of section four hundred thirty-nine of this article, after April first, two thousand eleven, the secretary of state shall assign staggered expiration dates for outstanding licenses that have been previously renewed and such licenses shall thereafter expire four years from the assigned date unless renewed. The secretary of state shall assign dates to existing licenses in a manner which shall result in a term of not less than four years.