(a) Where the Board has determined that a person is engaged in a practice regulated
by this chapter without having lawfully obtained a license, or that a person previously
licensed under this chapter is engaged in a practice regulated by this chapter notwithstanding
that the person's license has been suspended or revoked, the Board shall make complaint
to the Attorney General and may issue a cease and desist order. The complaint and/or order shall include all evidence known to, or in the possession
of the Board.
(b) Whoever violates this chapter or a cease and desist order issued by the Board
shall be fined not less than $100 nor more than $1,000. Each day a violation continues shall constitute a separate offense.
(c)(1) Justices of the peace in the county in which the offense is alleged to have
occurred shall have jurisdiction over any violation of this chapter.
(2) Any person convicted of any such offense before a Justice of the Peace may appeal
to the Court of Common Pleas in the county in which the conviction was had upon giving
bond in the sum of $200 to the State with surety satisfactory to such Justice, provided
the appeal is taken and bond given within 7 days from the time of the conviction.
(d) A violation of this chapter shall be cause for revocation of any license issued
thereunder, notwithstanding that the same violation may constitute a misdemeanor or
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