(a) In all investigative and disciplinary matters pending before the board, the board
shall have the power to issue subpoenas and compel the attendance of witnesses and
the production of all necessary papers, books and records, documentary evidence and
materials. Any person failing or refusing to appear or testify regarding any matter about which
such person may be lawfully questioned or to produce any papers, books, records, documentary
evidence or materials in the matter to be heard, after having been required by order
of the board or by a subpoena of the board to do so, upon application to any district
judge of the state of Kansas, may be ordered to comply with such subpoena, and upon
failure to comply with the order of the district judge, the court may compel obedience
by attachment as for contempt as in the case of disobedience of a similar order or
subpoena issued by the court. A subpoena may be served upon any person named therein, anywhere within the state
of Kansas with the same fees and mileage by any officer authorized to serve subpoenas
in civil actions in the same manner as is prescribed by the code of civil procedure
for subpoenas issued out of the district courts of this state.
(b) This section shall be part of and supplemental to the pharmacy act of the state
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