Section 4713.10 | Fees.
(A) The state cosmetology and barber board shall charge and collect the following fees:
(1) For a temporary pre-examination work permit under section 4713.22 of the Revised Code, not more than fifteen dollars;
(2) For initial application to take an examination under section 4713.24 of the Revised Code, not more than forty dollars;
(3) For application to take an examination under section 4713.24 of the Revised Code by an applicant who has previously applied to take, but failed to appear for, the examination, not more than fifty-five dollars;
(4) For application to re-take an examination under section 4713.24 of the Revised Code by an applicant who has previously appeared for, but failed to pass, the examination, not more than forty dollars;
(6) For the issuance of a license under section 4713.34 of the Revised Code, not more than seventy dollars;
(8) For the issuance or renewal of a cosmetology school license, not more than two hundred fifty dollars;
(9) For the issuance of a new salon license or the change of name or ownership of a salon license under section 4713.41 of the Revised Code, not more than one hundred dollars;
(10) For the renewal of a salon license under section 4713.41 of the Revised Code, not more than ninety dollars;
(11) For the restoration of an expired license that may be restored pursuant to section 4713.63 of the Revised Code, an amount equal to the sum of the current license renewal fee and a lapsed renewal fee of not more than forty-five dollars per license renewal period that has elapsed since the license was last issued or renewed;
(12) For the issuance of a duplicate of any license, not more than thirty dollars;
(13) For the preparation and mailing of a licensee's records to another state for a reciprocity license, not more than fifty dollars;
(14) For the processing of any fees related to a check from a licensee returned to the board for insufficient funds, an additional thirty dollars.
(B) The board shall adjust the fees biennially, by rule, within the limits established by division (A) of this section, to provide sufficient revenues to meet its expenses.
(C) The board may establish an installment plan for the payment of fines and fees and may reduce fees as considered appropriate by the board.
(D) At the request of a person who is temporarily unable to pay a fee imposed under division (A) of this section, or on its own motion, the board may extend the date payment is due by up to ninety days. If the fee remains unpaid after the date payment is due, the amount of the fee shall be certified to the attorney general for collection in the form and manner prescribed by the attorney general. The attorney general may assess the collection cost to the amount certified in such a manner and amount as prescribed by the attorney general.