(A) The following non-refundable fees shall be paid to the state board of pharmacy:
(1) The annual fee for a patient registration is fifty dollars. One application fee must be submitted with each application.
(2) The annual fee for a caregiver registration is twenty-five dollars. One application fee must be submitted with each application.
(B) The state board of pharmacy may reduce registration fees to fifty per cent of the full registration price for a prospective patient who qualifies for indigent or veteran status, and any prospective caregiver for such a patient. To qualify the patient must be a patient who is:
(1) Enrolled in the federal "Social Security Disability Income" (SSDI) or the "Supplemental Security Income" (SSI) disability programs. To qualify for a reduced registration fee due to enrollment in either SSDI or SSI programs, the prospective patient shall submit to the state board of pharmacy a copy of a letter or other documentation from the United States social security administration demonstrating the:
(a) Identity of the patient; and
(b) Amount of monthly SSDI and SSI benefits to be received by the prospective patient during the current year of the registration submission.
(2) A veteran. To qualify for a reduced registration fee due to veteran status, the prospective patient shall submit to the state board of pharmacy a copy of any of the following documents. All acceptable proof documents, except veterans identification card, must show the veteran status as honorable, general, general under honorable conditions, or discharged or released under conditions other than dishonorable.
(a) Department of defense identification card (active, retired, temporary disability retirement list (TDRL));
(b) DD214, DD215, or national guard bureau (NGB) military discharge certificate indicating disposition of discharge;
(c) Report of separation from the national archives national personnel records center in St. Louis, Missouri; or
(d) Veterans identification card from the department of veterans affairs.