Arkansas Code Title 17. Professions, Occupations, and Businesses § 17-26-403. School of cosmetology--Application to operate--License
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(a) Schools of cosmetology shall be conducted as provided in this subchapter.
(b)(1) A person, firm, or corporation desiring to conduct a school of cosmetology shall apply to the Department of Health for approval.
(2) The Division of Elementary and Secondary Education shall not be required to apply to the department for approval.
(3)(A) When an application is made after January 1, the portion of the registration fee that the unexpired number of months in the year bears to the entire year, including the month the application is made, shall be paid to the department.
(B) In such a case the department shall issue a license for the fractional part of the year.
(c) The license authorizes the school of cosmetology holding it to transact operations in this state during the year or fraction thereof for which it is issued subject to the rules of the department.
(d) Nothing in this section shall be construed as authorization or permission to conduct a school of cosmetology without a valid, existing, and unexpired license.
(e) A license issued by the department shall designate on the written license whether the school of cosmetology is licensed as:
(1) A school of cosmetology; or
(2) A postsecondary school of cosmetology.
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