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      RS 37:1522     


§1522.  License without examination

A.  The board may issue a license without a written examination to a qualified applicant who furnishes satisfactory proof that he is a graduate of a veterinary school and who:

(1)  Has been for the five years immediately prior to filing his application a practicing veterinarian licensed in a state, territory, or district of the United States having license requirements, at the time the applicant was first licensed, which were substantially equivalent to the requirements of this Chapter; or

(2)  Has successfully completed within the five years immediately prior to filing this application, all national examinations required of first-time applicants in rules prescribed by the board.

B.  At its discretion, the board may orally or practically examine any person qualifying for licensing under this Section.

Acts 1966, No. 35, §1, eff. July 1, 1967; Acts 1995, No. 73, §1.

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