Article 1 General Provisions.
Article 2 Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.
Article 3 Certificates of Qualification.
Article 4 Veterinary Practice.
State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners established; composition.
Qualifications of members; removal.
Executive director; incapacitation of director; official bond.
President and vice-president; bylaws; meetings; quorum; records.
Compensation and expenses; expenditure of funds.
Records to be kept; issuances and denials of licenses; what records are confidential.
Powers of board.
Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners Fund; expenditures; transfer of excess.
Application; qualifications; faculty license.
Issuance of license without written examination to certain applicants.
Expiration and renewal of licenses; suspension for nonrenewal.
License required - Certain acts prohibited.
License required - Certain acts not prohibited.
Injunction against unauthorized practice of veterinary medicine.
Administrative hearing procedures.
Complaints and testimony to be privileged; immunity of certain persons from suit.
Relicensing and reinstatement.
Appeal of disciplinary action; stay of revocation.
Filing of license with probate office; fee.
Status of persons holding license on April 30, 1986.
Disposition of abandoned animals; notice to owner or agent; financial liability of owner or agent.
Partnership or employment in practice of veterinary medicine not to be for nonlicensed persons; exceptions.
Premise permits - Required; fees; inspection; revocation, etc.; closure and imposition of penalties; renewal; requirements for satellite on mobile clinics.
Premise permits - Display.
Immunity of veterinarians from suit for emergency care of animals or human victims; nonliability to animal hospital.
Eligibility for graduate of nonaccredited school to take examination.
Service of applicants as student preceptees for minimum period.
Veterinary technician licensing requirements; authorized acts; unlicensed assistants; emergency care; suspension, revocation of license; continuing education.
Article 5 Impaired Veterinary Professionals.
Duties of board; Alabama Veterinary Professionals Wellness Committee; liability.
Article 6 Euthanasia in Animals.
Permit to purchase, possess, and use certain agents for euthanizing animals.
Euthanasia in emergency situation.
Animals not to be left unattended until death; disposal of body upon confirmation of death.
Violations of article.
Relation to Section 34-29-94.