Rule 4761-7-01 | Original license or permit , identification card or electronic license verification.
(A) The board shall prepare and provide to each initial license or permit holder a certificate stating the name of the license or limited permit holder, the license or limited permit number assigned and the initial issuance date. The board may permit the electronic verification of the each license or limited permit holder through a web-based verification system. An electronic verification shall contain the person's name, license or permit number, information as to the type of authorization under which they practice, and date of expiration.
(B) Official license or permit certificates shall be signed by the board president and secretary and attested by its seal. Electronic verification of license or limited permit status shall be considered a primary source verification.
(C) Neither the holder nor anyone else shall make any alterations on a certificate or identification card issued by the board.
(D) Regardless of the original issue date, all licenses shall expire on June thirtieth of each even numbered year, unless other limitations pursuant to law, board order, or consent agreement are in effect.
(E) Regardless of the original issue date, all limited permits will expire on June thirtieth of each year, unless other limitations pursuant to law, board order, or consent agreement are in effect.
(F) Electronic verification is valid proof of current authorization.
(G) In accordance with division (C) of section 4761.05 of the Revised Code, holders of licenses and permits may display a wall certificate in their office or place where the majority of the holder's practice is conducted.