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Alabama Code Title 3. Animals § 3-7A-3

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At public rabies clinics, the rabies officer may charge an immunization fee established by a committee consisting of the State Health Officer, the State Veterinarian, and the president of the Alabama Veterinary Medical Association, and approved by the State Board of Health prior to the first day of January each year. The committee shall consider all cost factors in administering the vaccine as the economy dictates, including but not limited to the current prices of vaccines.

Cite this article: - Alabama Code Title 3. Animals § 3-7A-3 - last updated December 30, 2022 |

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