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§ 90-1. North Carolina Medical Society incorporated.
§ 90-1.1. Definitions.
§ 90-2. Medical Board.
§ 90-2.1: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-346, s. 3, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 90-3. Review Panel recommends certain Board members; criteria for recommendations.
§ 90-4. Board elects officers; quorum.
§ 90-5. Meetings of Board.
§ 90-5.1. Powers and duties of the Board.
§ 90-5.2. Board to collect and publish certain data.
§ 90-5.3. Reporting and publication of medical judgments, awards, payments, and settlements.
§ 90-6: Recodified as G.S. 90-8.1 and G.S. 90-8.2, by Session Laws 2007-346, s. 7, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 90-7. Bond of secretary.
§ 90-8. Officers may administer oaths, and subpoena witnesses, records and other materials.
§ 90-8.1. Rules governing applicants for licensure.
§ 90-8.2. Appointment of subcommittees.
§ 90-9: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-418, s. 2, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 90-9.1. Requirements for licensure as a physician under this Article.
§ 90-9.2. Requirements for graduates of foreign medical schools.
§ 90-9.3. Requirements for licensure as a physician assistant.
§ 90-9.4. Requirements for licensure as an anesthesiologist assistant.
§ 90-10: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-418, s. 2, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 90-10.1. Examinations accepted by the Board.
§ 90-11. Criminal background checks.
§ 90-12: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-346, s. 12, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 90-12.01. Limited license to practice in a medical education and training program.
§ 90-12.1: Recodified as G.S. 90-12.4, by Session Laws 2007-346, s. 7, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 90-12.1A. Limited volunteer license.
§ 90-12.2: Recodified as G.S. 90-12.5, by Session Laws 2007-346, s. 7, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 90-12.2A. Special purpose license.
§ 90-12.3. Medical school faculty license.
§ 90-12.4. Physician assistant limited volunteer license.
§ 90-12.5. Disasters and emergencies.
§ 90-13: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-418, s. 2, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 90-13.1. License fees.
§ 90-13.2. Registration every year with Board.
§ 90-13.3. Salaries, fees, expenses of the Board.
§ 90-14. Disciplinary Authority.
§ 90-14.1. Judicial review of Board's decision denying issuance of a license.
§ 90-14.2. Hearing before disciplinary action.
§ 90-14.3. Service of notices.
§ 90-14.4: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-346, s. 17, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 90-14.5. Use of hearing committee and depositions; appointment of hearing officers.
§ 90-14.6. Evidence admissible.
§ 90-14.7. Procedure where person fails to request or appear for hearing.
§ 90-14.8. Appeal from Board's decision taking disciplinary action on a license.
§ 90-14.9. Appeal bond; stay of Board order.
§ 90-14.10. Scope of review.
§ 90-14.11. Appeal; appeal bond.
§ 90-14.12. Injunctions.
§ 90-14.13. Reports of disciplinary action by health care institutions; reports of professional liability insurance awards or settlements; immunity from liability.
§ 90-15: Recodified as G.S. 90-13.1, by Session Laws 2007-346, s. 7, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 90-15.1: Recodified as G.S. 90-13.2, by Session Laws 2007-346, s. 7, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 90-16. Self-reporting requirements; confidentiality of Board investigative information; cooperation with law enforcement; patient protection; Board to keep public records.
§ 90-17. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 691, s. 59.
§ 90-18. Practicing without license; penalties.
§ 90-18.1. Limitations on physician assistants.
§ 90-18.2. Limitations on nurse practitioners.
§ 90-18.2A. Physician assistants receiving, prescribing, or dispensing prescription drugs without charge or fee.
§ 90-18.3. Physical examination by nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
§ 90-18.4. Limitations on clinical pharmacist practitioners.
§ 90-18.5. Limitations on anesthesiologist assistants.
§ 90-18.6. Requirements for certain nicotine replacement therapy programs.
§§ 90-19 through 90-20. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 691, s. 59.
§ 90-21: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-346, s. 26, effective October 1, 2007.
§ 90-21.1. When physician may treat minor without consent of parent, guardian or person in loco parentis.
§ 90-21.2. “Treatment” defined.
§ 90-21.3. Performance of surgery on minor; obtaining second opinion as to necessity.
§ 90-21.4. Responsibility, liability and immunity of physicians.
§ 90-21.5. Minor's consent sufficient for certain medical health services.
§ 90-21.6. Definitions.
§ 90-21.7. Parental consent required.
§ 90-21.8. Procedure for waiver of parental consent.
§ 90-21.9. Medical emergency exception.
§ 90-21.10. Penalty.
§ 90-21.11. Definitions.
§ 90-21.12. Standard of health care.
§ 90-21.12A. Nonresident physicians.
§ 90-21.13. Informed consent to health care treatment or procedure.
§ 90-21.14. First aid or emergency treatment; liability limitation.
§ 90-21.15. Emergency treatment using automated external defibrillator; immunity.
§ 90-21.16. Volunteer health care professionals; liability limitation.
§ 90-21.17. Portable do not resuscitate order and Medical Order for Scope of Treatment.
§ 90-21.18. Medical directors; liability limitation.
§ 90-21.19. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-21.20. Reporting by physicians and hospitals of wounds, injuries and illnesses.
§ 90-21.20A. Reporting by physicians of pilots' mental or physical disabilities or infirmities.
§ 90-21.20B. Access to and disclosure of medical information for certain purposes.
§ 90-21.21: Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 529, s. 1.
§ 90-21.22. Peer review agreements.
§ 90-21.22A. Medical review and quality assurance committees.
§ 90-21.23. Election by State.
§ 90-21.24. Findings.
§ 90-21.25. Definitions.
§ 90-21.26. Certificate of public advantage; application.
§ 90-21.27. Procedure for review; standards for review.
§ 90-21.28. Issuance of a certificate.
§ 90-21.29. Objection by Attorney General.
§ 90-21.30. Record keeping.
§ 90-21.31. Review after issuance of certificate.
§ 90-21.32. Periodic reports.
§ 90-21.33. Right to judicial action.
§ 90-21.34. Fees for applications and periodic reports.
§ 90-21.35. Department and Attorney General authority.
§ 90-21.36. Effects of certificate of public advantage; other laws.
§§ 90-21.37 through 90-21.40. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-21.41. Definitions.
§ 90-21.42. Action for sexual exploitation.
§ 90-21.43. Remedies.
§ 90-21.44. Scope of discovery.
§ 90-21.45. Admissibility of evidence of sexual history.
§ 90-21.46. Prohibited defense.
§ 90-21.47. Statute of limitations.
§ 90-21.48. Agreements to not pursue complaint before licensing entity void.
§ 90-21.49. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-21.50. Definitions.
§ 90-21.51. Duty to exercise ordinary care; liability for damages for harm.
§ 90-21.52. No liability under this Article on the part of an employer or employer group organization that purchases coverage or assumes risk on behalf of its employees or a physician or health care p
§ 90-21.53. Separate trial required.
§ 90-21.54. Exhaustion of administrative remedies and appeals.
§ 90-21.55. External review decision.
§ 90-21.56. Remedies.
§ 90-21.60. Voluntary arbitration; prior agreements to arbitration void.
§ 90-21.61. Requirements for submitting to arbitration.
§ 90-21.62. Selection of arbitrator.
§ 90-21.63. Witnesses; discovery; depositions; subpoenas.
§ 90-21.64. Time limitations for arbitration.
§ 90-21.65. Written decision by arbitration.
§ 90-21.66. Judgment by court.
§ 90-21.67. Retention of jurisdiction by court.
§ 90-21.68. Appeal of arbitrator's decision.
§ 90-21.69. Revised Uniform Arbitration Act not applicable.
§ 90-22. Practice of dentistry regulated in public interest; Article liberally construed; Board of Dental Examiners; composition; qualifications and terms of members; vacancies; nominations and electi
§ 90-23. Officers; common seal.
§ 90-24. Quorum; adjourned meetings.
§ 90-25. Records and transcripts.
§ 90-26. Annual and special meetings.
§ 90-27. Judicial powers; additional data for records.
§ 90-28. Bylaws and regulations; acquisition of property.
§ 90-29. Necessity for license; dentistry defined; exemptions.
§ 90-29.1. Extraoral services performed for dentists.
§ 90-29.2. Requirements in respect to written work orders; penalty.
§ 90-29.3. Provisional license.
§ 90-29.4. Intern permit.
§ 90-29.5. Instructor's license.
§ 90-30. Examination and licensing of applicants; qualifications; causes for refusal to grant license; void licenses.
§ 90-30.1. Standards for general anesthesia and enteral and parenteral sedation; fees authorized.
§ 90-31. Annual renewal of licenses.
§ 90-31.1. Continuing education courses required.
§ 90-32. Contents of original license.
§ 90-33. Displaying license and current certificate of renewal.
§ 90-34. Refusal to grant renewal of license.
§ 90-35. Duplicate licenses.
§ 90-36. Licensing practitioners of other states.
§ 90-37. Certificate issued to dentist moving out of State.
§ 90-37.1. Limited volunteer dental license.
§ 90-37.2. Temporary permits for volunteer dentists.
§ 90-38. Licensing former dentists who have moved back into State or resumed practice.
§ 90-39. Fees.
§ 90-40. Unauthorized practice; penalty.
§ 90-40.1. Enjoining unlawful acts.
§ 90-41. Disciplinary action.
§ 90-41.1. Hearings.
§ 90-42. Restoration of revoked license.
§ 90-43. Compensation and expenses of Board.
§ 90-44. Annual report of Board.
§ 90-45. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 218, s. 4.
§ 90-46. Filling prescriptions.
§ 90-47. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, 2nd Sess., c. 1195, s. 13.
§ 90-48. Rules and regulations of Board; violation a misdemeanor.
§ 90-48.1. Free choice by patient guaranteed.
§ 90-48.2. Board agreements with special peer review organizations for impaired dentists.
§ 90-48.3. Board authority to include impaired dental hygienists in programs developed for impaired dentists.
§§ 90-48.4 through 90-48.6. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-48.7. Title.
§ 90-48.8. Immunity of a member.
§ 90-48.9. Immunity of witnesses before dental peer review committee.
§ 90-48.10. Confidentiality of review organization's proceedings and records.
§ 90-48.11. No limitation on previous privileges and immunities.
§§ 90-49 through 90-52. Repealed by Session Laws 1945, c. 639, s. 14.
§§ 90-53 through 90-75. Recodified as §§ 90-85.2 to 90-85.26, 90-85.32 to 90-85.40.
§ 90-76. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 1017, s. 1, effective January 1, 1980.
§§ 90-76.1 through 90-76.5. Recodified as §§ 90-85.27 to 90-85.31 pursuant to Session Laws 1981 (Regular Session, 1982), c. 1188, s. 3, effective July 1, 1982.
§ 90-76.6. Repealed by Session Laws 1981 (Regular Session, 1982), c. 1188, s. 4, effective July 1, 1982.
§§ 90-77 through 90-80.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1981 (Regular Session, 1982), c. 1188, s. 5, effective July 1, 1982.
§§ 90-81 through 90-85. Repealed by Session Laws 1955, c. 1330, s. 8.
§ 90-85.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1981 (Regular Session, 1982), c. 1188, s.5.
§ 90-85.2. Legislative findings.
§ 90-85.3. Definitions.
§ 90-85.4. North Carolina Pharmaceutical Association.
§ 90-85.5. Objective of Pharmaceutical Association.
§ 90-85.6. Board of Pharmacy; creation; membership; qualification of members.
§ 90-85.7. Board of Pharmacy; selection; vacancies; commission; term; per diem; removal.
§ 90-85.8. Organization.
§ 90-85.9. Meetings.
§ 90-85.10. Employees; Executive Director.
§ 90-85.11. Compensation of employees.
§ 90-85.11A. Acquisition of real property; equipment; liability insurance.
§ 90-85.12. Executive Director to make investigations and prosecute.
§ 90-85.13. Approval of schools and colleges of pharmacy.
§ 90-85.14. Practical experience program.
§ 90-85.15. Application and examination for licensure as a pharmacist; prerequisites.
§ 90-85.15A. Pharmacy technicians.
§ 90-85.16. Examination.
§ 90-85.17. License renewal.
§ 90-85.18. Approval of continuing education programs.
§ 90-85.19. Reinstatement.
§ 90-85.20. Licensure without examination.
§ 90-85.21. Pharmacy permit.
§ 90-85.21A. Applicability to out-of-state operations.
§ 90-85.21B. Unlawful practice of pharmacy.
§ 90-85.22. Device and medical equipment permits.
§ 90-85.23. License and permit to be displayed.
§ 90-85.24. Fees collectible by Board.
§ 90-85.25. Disasters and emergencies.
§ 90-85.26. Prescription orders preserved.
§ 90-85.26A. Clinical pharmacist practitioners subcommittee.
§ 90-85.27. Definitions.
§ 90-85.28. Selection by pharmacists permissible; prescriber may permit or prohibit selection; price limit on selected drugs.
§ 90-85.29. Prescription label.
§ 90-85.30. Prescription record.
§ 90-85.31. Prescriber and pharmacist liability not extended.
§ 90-85.32. Rules pertaining to filling, refilling, transfer, and mail or common-carrier delivery of prescription orders.
§ 90-85.33. Unit dose medication systems.
§ 90-85.34. Unique pharmacy practice.
§ 90-85.34A. Public health pharmacy practice.
§ 90-85.35. Availability of patient records.
§ 90-85.36. Availability of pharmacy records.
§ 90-85.37. Embargo.
§ 90-85.38. Disciplinary authority.
§ 90-85.39. Injunctive authority.
§ 90-85.40. Violations.
§ 90-85.41. Board agreements with special peer review organizations for impaired pharmacy personnel.
§ 90-85.42. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-85.43. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-85.44. Drug, Supplies, and Medical Device Repository Program established.
§ 90-85.45. Legislative intent.
§ 90-85.46. Definitions.
§ 90-85.47. Pharmacy quality assurance program required; limited liability; discovery.
§ 90-86. Title of Article.
§ 90-87. Definitions.
§ 90-88. Authority to control.
§ 90-89. Schedule I controlled substances.
§ 90-89.1. Treatment of controlled substance analogues.
§ 90-90. Schedule II controlled substances.
§ 90-91. Schedule III controlled substances.
§ 90-92. Schedule IV controlled substances.
§ 90-93. Schedule V controlled substances.
§ 90-94. Schedule VI controlled substances.
§ 90-95. Violations; penalties.
§ 90-95.1. Continuing criminal enterprise.
§ 90-95.2. Cooperation between law-enforcement agencies.
§ 90-95.3. Restitution to law-enforcement agencies for undercover purchases; restitution for drug analyses; restitution for seizure and cleanup of clandestine laboratories.
§ 90-95.4. Employing or intentionally using minor to commit a drug law violation.
§ 90-95.5. Civil liability – employing a minor to commit a drug offense.
§ 90-95.6. Promoting drug sales by a minor.
§ 90-95.7. Participating in a drug violation by a minor.
§ 90-96. (Effective until October 1, 2010) Conditional discharge for first offense.
§ 90-96.01. Drug education schools; responsibilities of the Department of Health and Human Services; fees.
§ 90-96.1. Immunity from prosecution for minors.
§ 90-97. Other penalties.
§ 90-98. Attempt and conspiracy; penalties.
§ 90-99. Republishing of schedules.
§ 90-100. Rules.
§ 90-101. Annual registration and fee to engage in listed activities with controlled substances; effect of registration; exceptions; waiver; inspection.
§ 90-102. Additional provisions as to registration.
§ 90-102.1. Registration of persons requiring limited use of controlled substances for training purposes in certain businesses.
§ 90-103. Revocation or suspension of registration.
§ 90-104. Records of registrants or practitioners.
§ 90-105. Order forms.
§ 90-106. Prescriptions and labeling.
§ 90-107. Prescriptions, stocks, etc., open to inspection by officials.
§ 90-108. Prohibited acts; penalties.
§ 90-109. Licensing required.
§ 90-109.1. Treatment.
§ 90-110. Injunctions.
§ 90-111. Cooperative arrangements.
§ 90-112. Forfeitures.
§ 90-112.1. Remission or mitigation of forfeitures; possession pending trial.
§ 90-113. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 540, s. 7.
§ 90-113.1. Burden of proof; liabilities.
§ 90-113.2. Judicial review.
§ 90-113.3. Education and research.
§ 90-113.4. Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 500, s. 2, effective October 1, 1981.
§ 90-113.4A: Repealed by Session Laws 1989, c. 784, s. 4.
§ 90-113.5. State Board of Pharmacy, North Carolina Department of Justice and peace officers to enforce Article.
§ 90-113.6. Payments and advances.
§ 90-113.7. Pending proceedings.
§ 90-113.8. Continuation of regulations.
§ 90-113.8A. Title.
§ 90-113.9. Definitions.
§ 90-113.10. Inhaling fumes for purpose of causing intoxication.
§ 90-113.10A. Alcohol vaporizing devices prohibited.
§ 90-113.11. Possession of substances.
§ 90-113.12. Sale of substance.
§ 90-113.13. Violation a misdemeanor.
§ 90-113.14. (Effective until October 1, 2010) Conditional discharge for first offenses.
§§ 90-113.15 through 90-113.19. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-113.20. Title.
§ 90-113.21. General provisions.
§ 90-113.22. Possession of drug paraphernalia.
§ 90-113.23. Manufacture or delivery of drug paraphernalia.
§ 90-113.24. Advertisement of drug paraphernalia.
§§ 90-113.25 through 90-113.29. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-113.30. Declaration of purpose.
§ 90-113.31: Repealed by Session Laws 2005-431, s. 1, effective September 22, 2005.
§ 90-113.31A. Definitions.
§ 90-113.31B. Scope of practice.
§ 90-113.32. Board; composition; voting.
§ 90-113.33. Board; powers and duties.
§ 90-113.33A. Officers may administer oaths, and subpoena witnesses, records, and other materials.
§ 90-113.34. Records to be kept; copies of records.
§ 90-113.35. Disposition of funds.
§ 90-113.36. Credentials.
§ 90-113.37: Repealed by Session Laws 2005-431, s. 1, effective September 22, 2005.
§ 90-113.37A. Renewal of credential; lapse.
§ 90-113.38. Maximums for certain fees.
§ 90-113.39. Standards for credentials.
§ 90-113.40. Requirements for certification and licensure.
§ 90-113.40A. Requirements for registration.
§ 90-113.40B. Applicant supervision.
§ 90-113.41. Examination.
§ 90-113.41A. Deemed status.
§ 90-113.41B. Change of name or address.
§ 90-113.42. Violations; exemptions.
§ 90-113.43. Illegal practice; misdemeanor penalty.
§ 90-113.44. Grounds for disciplinary action.
§ 90-113.45. Enjoining illegal practices.
§ 90-113.46. Application of requirements of Article.
§ 90-113.46A. Criminal history record checks of applicants for registration, certification, or licensure.
§ 90-113.47. Repealed by Session Laws 1999-199, s. 3.1.
§ 90-113.48. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-113.49. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-113.50. Title.
§ 90-113.51. Definitions.
§ 90-113.52. Pseudoephedrine: restrictions on sales.
§ 90-113.53. Pseudoephedrine transaction limits.
§ 90-113.54. Posting of signs.
§ 90-113.55. Training of employees.
§ 90-113.56. Penalties.
§ 90-113.57. Immunity.
§ 90-113.58. Commission authority to control pseudoephedrine products.
§ 90-113.59. Commission development of employee training programs.
§ 90-113.60. Preemption.
§ 90-113.61. Regulation of pseudoephedrine products in the form of liquids, liquid capsules, gel capsules, and pediatric products.
§§ 90-113.62 through 90-113.69: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-113.70. Short title.
§ 90-113.71. Legislative findings and purpose.
§ 90-113.72. Definitions.
§ 90-113.73. Requirements for controlled substances reporting system.
§ 90-113.74. Confidentiality.
§ 90-113.75. Civil penalties; other remedies; immunity from liability.
§ 90-113.76. Commission for Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services to adopt rules.
§ 90-113.77. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-113.78. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-113.79. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-113.80. Title.
§ 90-113.81. Definitions.
§ 90-113.82. Glass tubes or splitters; restrictions on sales.
§ 90-113.83. Penalties.
§ 90-113.84. Immunity.
§ 90-114. Optometry defined.
§ 90-115. Practice without registration unlawful.
§ 90-115.1. Acts not constituting the unlawful practice of optometry.
§ 90-116. Board of Examiners in Optometry.
§ 90-117. Officers; common seal.
§ 90-117.1. Quorum; adjourned meetings.
§ 90-117.2. Records and transcripts.
§ 90-117.3. Annual and special meetings.
§ 90-117.4. Judicial powers; additional data for records.
§ 90-117.5. Bylaws and regulations.
§ 90-118. Examination and licensing of applicants; qualifications; causes for refusal to grant license; void licenses; educational requirements for prescription and use of pharmaceutical agents.
§ 90-118.1. Contents of original license.
§ 90-118.2. Displaying license and current certificate of renewal.
§ 90-118.3. Refusal to grant renewal of license.
§ 90-118.4. Duplicate licenses.
§ 90-118.5. Licensing practitioners of other states.
§ 90-118.6. Certificate issued to optometrist moving out of State.
§ 90-118.7. Licensing former optometrists who have moved back into State or resumed practice.
§§ 90-118.8 through 90-118.9. Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 811, ss. 4, 5.
§ 90-118.10. Annual renewal of licenses.
§ 90-118.11. Unauthorized practice; penalty for violation of Article.
§ 90-119. Persons in practice before passage of statute.
§§ 90-120 through 90-121. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 800, ss. 19, 20.
§ 90-121.1. Board may enjoin illegal practices.
§ 90-121.2. Rules and regulations; discipline, suspension, revocation and regrant of certificate.
§ 90-121.3. Hearings.
§ 90-121.4. Restoration of revoked license.
§ 90-122. Compensation and expenses of Board.
§ 90-123. Fees.
§ 90-123.1. Continuing education courses required.
§ 90-124. Rules and regulations of Board; violation a misdemeanor.
§ 90-125. Practicing under other than own name or as a salaried or commissioned employee.
§§ 90-126 through 90-126.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 800, s. 26.
§ 90-127. Application of Article.
§ 90-127.1. Free choice by patient guaranteed.
§ 90-127.2. Filling prescriptions.
§ 90-127.3. Copy of prescription furnished on request.
§ 90-128: Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 800, s. 26.
§ 90-128.1. Peer review agreements.
§§ 90-128.2 through 90-128.6. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-129: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-447, s. 2, effective August 7, 2009.
§ 90-130: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-447, s. 2, effective August 7, 2009.
§ 90-131: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-447, s. 2, effective August 7, 2009.
§ 90-132: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-447, s. 2, effective August 7, 2009.
§ 90-133: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-447, s. 2, effective August 7, 2009.
§ 90-134: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-447, s. 2, effective August 7, 2009.
§ 90-135: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-447, s. 2, effective August 7, 2009.
§ 90-136: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-447, s. 2, effective August 7, 2009.
§ 90-137: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-447, s. 2, effective August 7, 2009.
§ 90-138: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-447, s. 2, effective August 7, 2009.
§ 90-139. Creation and membership of Board of Examiners.
§ 90-140. Selection of chiropractic members of Board.
§ 90-141. Organization; quorum.
§ 90-142. Rules and regulations.
§ 90-143. Definitions of chiropractic; examinations; educational requirements.
§ 90-143.1. Applicants licensed in other states.
§ 90-143.2. Certification of diagnostic imaging technicians.
§ 90-143.3. Criminal record checks of applicants for licensure.
§ 90-144. Meetings of Board of Examiners.
§ 90-145. Grant of license.
§ 90-146. Graduates from other states.
§ 90-147. Practice without license a misdemeanor; injunctions.
§ 90-148. Records of Board.
§ 90-149. Application fee.
§ 90-150. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 218, s. 4.
§ 90-151. Extent and limitation of license.
§ 90-151.1. Selling nutritional supplements to patients.
§ 90-152. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 691, s. 59.
§ 90-153. Licensed chiropractors may practice in public hospitals.
§ 90-154. Grounds for professional discipline.
§ 90-154.1. Collection of certain fees prohibited.
§ 90-154.2. Unethical conduct.
§ 90-154.3. Acceptable care in the practice of chiropractic.
§ 90-154.4. Enticements prohibited.
§ 90-155. Annual fee for renewal of license.
§ 90-156. Pay of Board and authorized expenditures.
§ 90-157. Chiropractors subject to State and municipal regulations.
§ 90-157.1. Free choice by patient guaranteed.
§ 90-157.2. Chiropractor as expert witness.
§ 90-157.3. Ownership of chiropractic practices limited.
§§ 90-158 through 90-171.18: Recodified as §§ 90-171.19 through 90-171.47.
§ 90-171.19. Legislative findings.
§ 90-171.20. Definitions.
§ 90-171.21. Board of Nursing; composition; selection; vacancies; qualifications; term of office; compensation.
§ 90-171.22. Officers.
§ 90-171.23. Duties, powers, and meetings.
§ 90-171.24. Executive director.
§ 90-171.25. Custody and use of funds.
§ 90-171.26. The Board may accept contributions, etc.
§ 90-171.27. Expenses payable from fees collected by Board.
§ 90-171.28. Nurses registered under previous law.
§ 90-171.29. Qualifications of applicants for examination.
§ 90-171.30. Licensure by examination.
§ 90-171.31. Reexamination.
§ 90-171.32. Qualifications for license as a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse without examination.
§ 90-171.33. Temporary license.
§ 90-171.34. Licensure renewal.
§ 90-171.35. Reinstatement.
§ 90-171.36. Inactive list.
§ 90-171.36A. Retired nurse status; reinstatement.
§ 90-171.37. Revocation, discipline, suspension, probation, or denial of licensure.
§ 90-171.37A. Use of hearing committee and depositions.
§ 90-171.38. Standards for nursing programs.
§ 90-171.39. Approval.
§ 90-171.40. Ongoing approval.
§ 90-171.41. Baccalaureate in nursing candidate credits.
§ 90-171.42. Continuing education programs.
§ 90-171.43. License required.
§ 90-171.43A. Mandatory employer verification of licensure status.
§ 90-171.44. Prohibited acts.
§ 90-171.45. Violation of Article.
§ 90-171.46. Injunctive authority.
§ 90-171.47. Reports: immunity from suit.
§ 90-171.48. Criminal history record checks of applicants for licensure.
§ 90-171.49. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.50. Existing scholarship and loan information to be consolidated and published.
§ 90-171.51. Emergency Financial Assistance Fund.
§ 90-171.52. Nursing licensing exam follow-up assistance.
§ 90-171.53. Area Health Education Centers publicity programs.
§ 90-171.54. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.55. Nurses Aides Registry.
§ 90-171.56. Medication aide requirements.
§ 90-171.57. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.58. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.59. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.60. North Carolina Nursing Scholars Commission established; membership.
§ 90-171.61. Nursing Scholars Program established; administration.
§ 90-171.62. Terms of loans; receipt and disbursement of funds.
§§ 90-171.63 through 90-171.64. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.65. Need-based nursing scholarships fund.
§§ 90-171.66 through 90-171.69. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.70. North Carolina Center for Nursing; establishment; goals.
§ 90-171.71. North Carolina Center for Nursing; governing board.
§ 90-171.72. North Carolina Center for Nursing; State support.
§§ 90-171.73 through 90-171.79. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.80. Entering into Compact.
§ 90-171.81. Findings and declaration of purpose.
§ 90-171.82. Definitions.
§ 90-171.83. General provisions and jurisdiction.
§ 90-171.84. Application for licensure in a party state.
§ 90-171.85. Adverse actions.
§ 90-171.86. Current significant investigative information.
§ 90-171.87. Additional authority of party state nursing licensing boards.
§ 90-171.88. Coordinated licensure information system.
§ 90-171.89. Compact administration and interchange of information.
§ 90-171.90. Immunity.
§ 90-171.91. Effective date, withdrawal, and amendment.
§ 90-171.92. Dispute resolution.
§ 90-171.93. Construction and severability.
§ 90-171.94. Applicability of compact.
§ 90-171.95. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.96. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.97. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.98. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.99. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-171.100. Graduate Nurse Scholarship Program for Faculty Production established; administration.
§ 90-171.101. Terms of loans; receipt and disbursement of funds.
§ 90-172. Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 897, s. 2, effective October 1, 1983.
§§ 90-173 through 90-178. Repealed by Session Laws 1957, c. 1357, s. 7.
§ 90-178.1. Title.
§ 90-178.2. Definitions.
§ 90-178.3. Regulation of midwifery.
§ 90-178.4. Administration.
§ 90-178.5. Qualifications for approval.
§ 90-178.6. Denial, revocation or suspension of approval.
§ 90-178.7. Enforcement.
§ 90-179. Purpose of Article.
§ 90-180. Title.
§ 90-181. Definitions.
§ 90-181.1. Practice facility names and levels of service.
§ 90-182. North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board; appointment, membership, organization.
§ 90-183. Meeting of Board.
§ 90-184. Compensation of the Board.
§ 90-185. General powers of the Board.
§ 90-186. Special powers of the Board.
§ 90-187. Application for license; qualifications.
§ 90-187.1. Examinations.
§ 90-187.2. Status of persons previously licensed.
§ 90-187.3. Applicants licensed in other states.
§ 90-187.4. Temporary permit.
§ 90-187.5. License renewal.
§ 90-187.6. Veterinary technicians and veterinary employees.
§ 90-187.7. Abandonment of animals; notice to owner; relief from liability for disposal; “abandoned” defined.
§ 90-187.8. Discipline of licensees.
§ 90-187.9. Reinstatement.
§ 90-187.10. Necessity for license; certain practices exempted.
§ 90-187.11. Partnership, corporate, or sole proprietorship practice.
§ 90-187.12. Unauthorized practice; penalty.
§ 90-187.13. Injunctions.
§ 90-187.14. Veterinary faculty certificates and zoo veterinary certificates.
§ 90-187.15. Board agreement for programs for impaired veterinary personnel.
§§ 90-188 through 90-202.1. Recodified as §§ 90-202.2 to 90-202.14.
§ 90-202.2. 'Podiatry' defined.
§ 90-202.3. Unlawful to practice unless registered.
§ 90-202.4. Board of Podiatry Examiners; terms of office; powers; duties.
§ 90-202.5. Applicants to be examined; examination fee; requirements; temporary licenses.
§ 90-202.6. Examinations; subjects; certificates.
§ 90-202.7. Applicants licensed in other states.
§ 90-202.8. Revocation of certificate; grounds for; suspension of certificate.
§ 90-202.9. Fees for certificates and examinations; compensation of Board.
§ 90-202.10. Annual fee; cancellation or renewal of license.
§ 90-202.11. Continuing education courses required.
§ 90-202.12. Free choice by patient guaranteed.
§ 90-202.13. Injunctions.
§ 90-202.14. Not applicable to physicians.
§§ 90-203 through 90-210.17: Recodified as §§ 90-210.18 to 90-210.25.
§ 90-210.18: Repealed by Session Laws 2004-192, s. 1, effective January 1, 2005.
§ 90-210.18A. Board of Funeral Service created; qualifications; vacancies; removal.
§ 90-210.19. Board members' oath of office.
§ 90-210.20. Definitions.
§ 90-210.21. Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 430, s. 3.
§ 90-210.22. Required meetings of the Board.
§ 90-210.23. Powers and duties of the Board.
§ 90-210.24. Inspector.
§ 90-210.25. Licensing.
§ 90-210.25A: Recodified as G.S. 65-77 by Session Laws 2003-420, s. 8(b), effective October 1, 2003.
§ 90-210.26. Good moral character.
§ 90-210.27. Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 430, s. 12.
§ 90-210.27A. Funeral establishments.
§ 90-210.28. Fees.
§ 90-210.29. Students.
§ 90-210.29A. Identification of bodies before burial or cremation.
§ 90-210.29B. Examination scores not public record.
§ 90-210.30 through 90-210.39: Repealed by 1991 (Regular Session, 1992), c. 901, s. 1.
§§ 90-210.40 through 90-210.54: Recodified as Article 13F of Chapter 90, G.S. 90-210.120 through 90-210.134.
§§ 90-210.55 through 90-210.59. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-210.60. Definitions.
§ 90-210.61. Deposit or application of preneed funeral funds.
§ 90-210.62. Types of preneed funeral contracts; forms.
§ 90-210.63. Substitution of licensee.
§ 90-210.63A. Amendment of preneed funeral contracts.
§ 90-210.64. Death of preneed funeral contract beneficiary; disposition of funds.
§ 90-210.65. Refund of preneed funeral funds.
§ 90-210.66. Recovery fund.
§ 90-210.67. Application for license.
§ 90-210.68. Licensee's books and records; notice of transfers, assignments and terminations.
§ 90-210.69. Rulemaking; enforcement of Article; judicial review; determination of penalty amount.
§ 90-210.70. Penalties.
§ 90-210.71. Nonregulation of insurance sales.
§ 90-210.72. Nonapplication to certain funeral contracts.
§ 90-210.73. Not public record.
§§ 90-210.74 through 90-210.79. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-210.80. Duties of Board; meetings.
§ 90-210.81. Requirements as to rules and bylaws.
§ 90-210.82. Limitation of soliciting agents; licensing and qualifications; officers exempt from license; issuance of membership certificates.
§ 90-210.83. Assessments against associations.
§ 90-210.84. Unlawful to operate without written authority of Board.
§ 90-210.85. Revocation of license.
§ 90-210.86. Deposit or investment of funds of mutual burial associations.
§ 90-210.87. Unclaimed funds of defunct burial association.
§ 90-210.88. Penalty for failure to operate in substantial compliance with bylaws.
§ 90-210.89. Penalty for wrongfully inducing person to change membership.
§ 90-210.90. Penalty for making false and fraudulent entries.
§ 90-210.91. Accepting applications without collecting fee and first assessment.
§ 90-210.92. Removal of secretary-treasurer for failure to maintain proper records.
§ 90-210.93. Free services; failure to make proper assessments, etc., made a misdemeanor.
§ 90-210.94. Right of appeal upon revocation or suspension of license.
§ 90-210.95. Bond of secretary or secretary-treasurer of burial associations.
§ 90-210.96. Assessments.
§ 90-210.97. Making false or fraudulent statement a misdemeanor.
§ 90-210.98. Statewide organization of associations.
§ 90-210.99. Article deemed exclusive authority for organization, etc., of mutual burial associations.
§ 90-210.100. Operation of association in violation of law prohibited.
§ 90-210.101. Member in armed forces failing to pay assessments; reinstatement.
§ 90-210.102. Hearing by Board of dispute over liability for funeral benefits; appeal.
§ 90-210.103. Board authorized to subpoena witnesses, administer oaths and compel attendance at hearings.
§ 90-210.104. Authority of Board to examine financial records.
§ 90-210.105. Board authorized to freeze certain funds of Association.
§ 90-210.106. Authority of foreign or domestic mutual burial association or domestic or foreign insurance company to purchase, merge or consolidate with North Carolina mutual burial associations.
§ 90-210.107. Acquisition, merger, dissolution, and liquidation of mutual burial associations.
§§ 90-210.108 through 90-210.119: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-210.120. Short title.
§ 90-210.121. Definitions.
§ 90-210.122. Crematory Authority established.
§ 90-210.123. Licensing and inspection.
§ 90-210.124. Authorizing agent.
§ 90-210.125. Authorization to cremate.
§ 90-210.126. Preneed cremation arrangements.
§ 90-210.127. Record keeping.
§ 90-210.128. Cremation containers.
§ 90-210.129. Cremation procedures.
§ 90-210.130. Final disposition of cremated remains.
§ 90-210.131. Limitation of liability.
§ 90-210.132. Fees.
§ 90-210.133. Crematory licensee rights.
§ 90-210.134. Rulemaking, applicability, violations, and prohibitions of Article.
§ 90-210.135. Cremation societies.
§ 90-211: Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 476, s. 128.
§§ 90-212 through 90-216. Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 694, s. 1.
§§ 90-216.1 through 90-216.5. Repealed by Session Laws 1969, c. 84, s. 2.
§§ 90-216.6 through 90-216.11. Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 891, s. 3, effective January 1, 1984.
§ 90-216.12. Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 891, s. 4, effective January 1, 1984.
§§ 90-217 through 90-220. Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 891, s. 5, effective January 1, 1984.
§§ 90-220.1 through 90-220.11. Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 891, s. 6, effective January 1, 1984.
§ 90-220.12. Supervision of licensed physician required; penalty for violation.
§ 90-220.13. Selection of donors; due care required.
§ 90-220.14. Inapplicability.
§ 90-221. Definitions.
§ 90-222. Administration of Article.
§ 90-223. Powers and duties of Board.
§ 90-224. Examination.
§ 90-224.1. Licensure by credentials.
§ 90-225. License issue and display.
§ 90-225.1. Continuing education courses required.
§ 90-226. Provisional license.
§ 90-227. Renewal certificates.
§ 90-228. Renewal of license.
§ 90-229. Disciplinary measures.
§ 90-230. Certificate upon transfer to another state.
§ 90-231. Opportunity for licensee or applicant to have hearing.
§ 90-232. Fees.
§ 90-233. Practice of dental hygiene.
§ 90-233.1. Violation a misdemeanor.
§ 90-234. Necessity for certificate of registration.
§ 90-235. Definition.
§ 90-236. What constitutes practicing as a dispensing optician.
§ 90-236.1. Requirements for filling contact lens prescriptions.
§ 90-237. Qualifications for dispensing opticians.
§ 90-238. North Carolina State Board of Opticians created; appointment and qualification of members.
§ 90-239. Organization, meetings and powers of Board.
§ 90-240. Examination.
§ 90-241. Waiver of written examination requirements.
§ 90-242. Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 600, s. 10.
§ 90-243. Registration of places of business, apprentices.
§ 90-244. Display, use, and renewal of license of registration.
§ 90-245. Collection of fees.
§ 90-246. Fees.
§ 90-247. Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 600, s. 14.
§ 90-248. Compensation and expenses of Board members and secretary.
§ 90-249. Powers of the Board.
§ 90-249.1. Disciplinary actions.
§ 90-250. Sale of optical glasses.
§ 90-251. Licensee allowing unlicensed person to use his certificate or license.
§ 90-252. Engaging in practice without license.
§ 90-253. Exemptions from Article.
§ 90-254. General penalty for violation.
§ 90-255. Rebates.
§ 90-255.1. Sale of flammable frames.
§§ 90-256 through 90-270: Recodified as §§ 90-270.24 through 90-270.39.
§ 90-270.1. Title; purpose.
§ 90-270.2. Definitions.
§ 90-270.3. Practice of medicine and optometry not permitted.
§ 90-270.4. Exemptions to this Article.
§ 90-270.5. Application; examination; supervision; provisional and temporary licenses.
§ 90-270.6. Psychology Board; appointment; term of office; composition.
§ 90-270.7. Qualifications of Board members; removal of Board members.
§ 90-270.8. Compensation of members; expenses; employees.
§ 90-270.9. Election of officers; meetings; adoption of seal and appropriate rules; powers of the Board.
§ 90-270.10. Annual report.
§ 90-270.11. Licensure; examination; foreign graduates.
§ 90-270.12. Repealed by Session Laws 1977, c. 670, s. 8.
§ 90-270.13. Licensure of psychologists licensed or certified in other jurisdictions; licensure of diplomates of the American Board of Professional Psychology; reciprocity.
§ 90-270.14. Renewal of licenses; duplicate or replacement licenses.
§ 90-270.15. Denial, suspension, or revocation of licenses and health services provider certification, and other disciplinary and remedial actions for violations of the Code of Conduct; relinquishing
§ 90-270.16. Prohibited acts.
§ 90-270.17. Violations and penalties.
§ 90-270.18. Disposition and schedule of fees.
§ 90-270.19. Injunctive authority.
§ 90-270.20. Provision of health services; certification as health services provider.
§ 90-270.21. Ancillary services.
§ 90-270.22. Criminal history record checks of applicants for licensure and licensees.
§ 90-270.23. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-270.24. Definitions.
§ 90-270.25. Board of Examiners.
§ 90-270.26. Powers of the Board.
§ 90-270.27. Records to be kept; copies of record.
§ 90-270.28. Disposition of funds.
§ 90-270.29. Qualifications of applicants for examination; application; fee.
§ 90-270.30. Licensure of foreign-trained physical therapists.
§ 90-270.31. Certificates of licensure.
§ 90-270.32. Renewal of license; lapse; revival.
§ 90-270.33. Fees.
§ 90-270.34. Exemptions from licensure; certain practices exempted.
§ 90-270.35. Unlawful practice.
§ 90-270.36. Grounds for disciplinary action.
§ 90-270.37. Enjoining illegal practices.
§ 90-270.38. Title.
§ 90-270.39. Osteopaths, chiropractors, and podiatrists not restricted.
§§ 90-270.40 through 90-270.44. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-270.45. Title of Article.
§ 90-270.46. Policy and purpose.
§ 90-270.47. Definitions.
§ 90-270.48. Prohibited acts.
§ 90-270.48A. Exemptions.
§ 90-270.48B: Repealed by Session Laws 2003-117, s. 2, effective October 1, 2003, and applicable to claims for payment or reimbursement for services rendered on or after that date.
§ 90-270.49. North Carolina Marriage and Family Therapy Licensure Board.
§ 90-270.50. Appointment and qualification of Board members.
§ 90-270.51. Powers and duties.
§ 90-270.52. License application.
§ 90-270.53: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 564, s. 2.
§ 90-270.54. Requirements for licensure as a marriage and family therapist.
§ 90-270.54A. Requirements for licensure as a marriage and family therapy associate.
§ 90-270.55. Examinations.
§ 90-270.55A: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-393, s. 9, effective October 1, 2009.
§ 90-270.56. Reciprocal licenses.
§ 90-270.57. Fees.
§ 90-270.58. Renewal of license.
§ 90-270.58A. Reinstatement after expiration.
§ 90-270.58B. Inactive status.
§ 90-270.58C. Continuing education requirements.
§ 90-270.59. Disposition of funds.
§ 90-270.60. Denial, revocation, or suspension of license; other disciplinary or remedial actions.
§ 90-270.61. Penalties.
§ 90-270.62. Injunction.
§ 90-270.63. Criminal history record checks of applicants for licensure as a marriage and family therapist and a marriage and family therapy associate.
§ 90-270.64. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-270.65. Title.
§ 90-270.66. Declaration of purpose.
§ 90-270.67. Definitions.
§ 90-270.68. Establishment of Board, terms, vacancies, removal, meetings, compensation.
§ 90-270.69. Powers and duties of the Board.
§ 90-270.70. Requirements for licensure.
§ 90-270.71: Repealed by Session Laws 2005-432, s. 6, effective September 22, 2005.
§ 90-270.72. Exemption from requirements.
§ 90-270.73. Issuance of license.
§ 90-270.74: Expired.
§ 90-270.75. Renewal of license.
§ 90-270.76. Suspension, revocation and refusal to renew license.
§ 90-270.77. Fees.
§ 90-270.78. False representation of license prohibited.
§ 90-270.79. Violation a misdemeanor.
§ 90-270.80. Injunctions.
§ 90-270.80A. Civil penalties, disciplinary costs.
§ 90-270.81. Persons and practices not affected.
§ 90-271. Operation lawful upon request of married person or person over 18.
§ 90-272. Operation on unmarried minor.
§ 90-273. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 998, s. 2.
§ 90-274. No liability for nonnegligent performance of operation.
§ 90-275. Article does not affect duty of guardian to obtain order permitting guardian to consent to sterilization of a mentally ill or mentally retarded ward.
§ 90-275.1. Title.
§ 90-276. Definitions.
§ 90-277. Composition of Board.
§ 90-278. Qualifications for licensure.
§ 90-279. Licensing function.
§ 90-280. Fees; display of license; duplicate license; inactive list.
§ 90-281. Collection of funds.
§ 90-282. Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 722, s. 8, effective July 1, 1981.
§ 90-283. Organization of Board; compensation; employees and services.
§ 90-284. Exclusive jurisdiction of Board.
§ 90-285. Functions and duties of the Board.
§ 90-285.1. Suspension, revocation or refusal to issue a license.
§ 90-286. Renewal of license.
§ 90-287. Reciprocity with other states.
§ 90-288. Misdemeanor.
§ 90-288.01. Criminal history record checks of applicants for licensure.
§ 90-288.02. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-288.03. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-288.04. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-288.05. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-288.06. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-288.07. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-288.08. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-288.09. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-288.10. Title.
§ 90-288.11. Purpose.
§ 90-288.12. Certification required; exemptions.
§ 90-288.13. Definitions.
§ 90-288.14. Assisted living administrator certification.
§ 90-288.15. Issuance, renewal, and replacement of certificates.
§ 90-288.16. Certification by reciprocity.
§ 90-288.17. Posting certificates.
§ 90-288.18. Adverse action on a certificate.
§ 90-288.19. Reporting requirement.
§ 90-288.20. Penalties.
§§ 90-289 through 90-291: Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 113.
§ 90-292. Declaration of policy.
§ 90-293. Definitions.
§ 90-294. License required; Article not applicable to certain activities.
§ 90-295. Qualifications of applicants for permanent licensure.
§ 90-296. Examinations.
§ 90-297. Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 665, s. 5.
§ 90-298. Qualifications for applicants for temporary licensure.
§ 90-298.1. Registered assistant.
§ 90-299. Licensee to notify Board of place of practice.
§ 90-300. Renewal of licenses.
§ 90-301. Grounds for suspension or revocation of license.
§ 90-301A. Unethical acts and practices.
§ 90-302. Prohibited acts and practices.
§ 90-303. Board of Examiners for speech and language pathology and audiology; qualifications, appointment and terms of members; vacancies; meetings, etc.
§ 90-304. Powers and duties of Board.
§ 90-305. Fees.
§ 90-306. Penalty for violation.
§ 90-307. Severability.
§§ 90-308 through 90-319. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-320. General purpose of Article.
§ 90-321. Right to a natural death.
§ 90-322. Procedures for natural death in the absence of a declaration.
§ 90-323. Death; determination by physician.
§§ 90-324 through 90-328. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-329. Declaration of policy.
§ 90-330. Definitions; practice of counseling.
§ 90-331. Prohibitions.
§ 90-332. Use of title by firm.
§ 90-332.1. Exemptions from licensure.
§ 90-333. North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors; appointments; terms; composition.
§ 90-334. Functions and duties of the Board.
§ 90-335. Board general provisions.
§ 90-336. Title and qualifications for licensure.
§ 90-337. Persons credentialed in other states.
§ 90-338. Exemptions.
§ 90-339. Renewal of licenses.
§ 90-340. Protection of the public.
§ 90-341. Violation a misdemeanor.
§ 90-342. Injunction.
§ 90-343. Disclosure.
§ 90-344. Third-party reimbursements.
§ 90-345. Criminal history record checks of applicants for licensure as professional counselors.
§ 90-346. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-347. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-348. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-349. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-350. Short title.
§ 90-351. Purpose.
§ 90-352. Definitions.
§ 90-353. Creation of Board.
§ 90-354. Appointments and removal of Board members, terms and compensation.
§ 90-355. Election of officers; meetings of Board.
§ 90-356. Power and responsibility of Board.
§ 90-357. License requirements.
§ 90-358. Notification of applicant following evaluation of application.
§ 90-359. Examinations.
§ 90-360. Granting license without examination.
§ 90-361. Provisional licenses.
§ 90-362. License as constituting property of Board; display requirement; renewal; inactive status.
§ 90-363. Suspension, revocation and refusal to renew license.
§ 90-364. Fees.
§ 90-365. Requirement of license.
§ 90-366. Violation a misdemeanor.
§ 90-367. Injunctions.
§ 90-368. Persons and practices not affected.
§ 90-369. Third party reimbursement; limitation on modifications.
§ 90-370. Costs.
§ 90-371. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-372. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-373. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-374. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-375. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-376. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-377. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-378. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-379. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-380. Title.
§ 90-381. Purpose.
§ 90-382. Definitions.
§ 90-383. Exemptions.
§ 90-384. Temporary certificates.
§ 90-385. Creation of Board; appointment and removal of members; terms and compensation; powers.
§ 90-386. Annual report.
§ 90-387. Certification and examination.
§ 90-388. Equivalent certification and memberships recognized.
§ 90-389. Renewal of certificate.
§ 90-390. Refusal, suspension, or revocation of a certificate.
§ 90-391. Prohibited acts.
§ 90-392. Disposition of fees.
§ 90-393. Injunction for violations.
§ 90-394. Duplicate and replacement certificates.
§ 90-395. Practice of medicine and psychology not authorized.
§ 90-396. Repealed by Session Laws 1999-186, s. 1.1.
§§ 90-397 through 90-399. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-400. Definition.
§ 90-401. Referral fees and payment for certain solicitations prohibited.
§ 90-401.1. Direct solicitation prohibited.
§ 90-402. Sanctions.
§ 90-403. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-404. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-405. Definitions.
§ 90-406. Self-referrals prohibited.
§ 90-407. Disciplinary action and penalties.
§ 90-408. Exceptions for underserved areas.
§ 90-409. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-410. Definitions.
§ 90-411. Record copy fee.
§ 90-412. Electronic medical records.
§§ 90-413 through 90-449. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-450. Purpose.
§ 90-451. Definitions.
§ 90-452. Practice of acupuncture without license prohibited.
§ 90-453. Acupuncture Licensing Board.
§ 90-454. Powers and duties of Board.
§ 90-455. Qualifications for license; renewal; inactive, suspended, expired, or lapsed license.
§ 90-456. Prohibited activities.
§ 90-457. Fees.
§ 90-457.1. Continuing education.
§ 90-458. Use of titles and display of license.
§ 90-459. Third-party reimbursements.
§§ 90-460 through 90-469. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-470. Institute of Medicine.
§§ 90-471 through 90-499. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-500. Definitions.
§ 90-501. Board of Employee Assistance Professionals; members.
§ 90-502. Powers and duties of the Board.
§ 90-503. License requirements.
§ 90-504. License renewals.
§ 90-505. Requirements for persons licensed out-of-state.
§ 90-506. Violations; enforcement; penalties.
§ 90-507. Hearings.
§ 90-508. Representation as licensed professional.
§ 90-509. Other prohibited activities.
§ 90-510. Investigations; good faith reports of violations.
§ 90-511. Employee assistance professional practice by members of other professional groups.
§§ 90-512 through 90-514. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-515. Definitions.
§ 90-516. Unlawful acts.
§§ 90-517 through 90-521. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-522. Title; purpose.
§ 90-523. Definitions.
§ 90-524. Board of Examiners created.
§ 90-525. Powers of the Board.
§ 90-526. Custody and use of funds; contributions.
§ 90-527. License required; exemptions from license requirement.
§ 90-528. Application for license; qualifications; issuance.
§ 90-529. Athletic trainers previously certified.
§ 90-530. Athletic trainers not certified.
§ 90-531. Reciprocity with other states.
§ 90-532. License renewal.
§ 90-533. Continuing education.
§ 90-534. Expenses and fees.
§ 90-535. Hiring of athletic trainers by school units.
§ 90-536. Disciplinary authority of the Board; administrative proceedings.
§ 90-537. Enjoining illegal practices.
§ 90-538. Penalties.
§ 90-539. Reports; immunity from suit.
§ 90-540. No third-party reimbursement required.
§§ 90-541 through 90-599. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-600. Short title.
§ 90-601. Purpose.
§ 90-602. Routine search for donor information; notification of hospital; definitions as provided in the Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act.
§ 90-603. Timely notification of next of kin.
§ 90-604. Use of body information tags.
§§ 90-605 through 90-619. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-620. Short title.
§ 90-621. Declaration of purpose.
§ 90-622. Definitions.
§ 90-623. License required.
§ 90-624. Exemptions.
§ 90-625. North Carolina Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy.
§ 90-626. Powers and duties.
§ 90-627. Custody and use of funds.
§ 90-628. Expenses and fees.
§ 90-629. Requirements for licensure.
§ 90-629.1. Criminal history record checks of applicants for licensure.
§ 90-630: Repealed by Session Laws 2008-224, s. 11, effective August 17, 2008.
§ 90-630.1. Licensure by endorsement.
§ 90-631. Massage and bodywork therapy schools.
§ 90-631.1. Massage and bodywork therapy school approval required.
§ 90-631.2. Authority to establish fees for massage and bodywork therapy school approval.
§ 90-631.3. Grounds for suspension, revocation, or refusal of massage and bodywork therapy school approval; notice and hearing; judicial review.
§ 90-632. License renewal and continuing education.
§ 90-633. Disciplinary action.
§ 90-634. Enforcement; injunctive relief.
§ 90-634.1. Civil penalties; disciplinary costs.
§ 90-635. Third-party reimbursement.
§ 90-636. Regulation by county or municipality.
§§ 90-637 through 90-639. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-640. Identification badges required.
§§ 90-641 through 90-645. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-646. Short title.
§ 90-647. Purpose.
§ 90-648. Definitions.
§ 90-649. North Carolina Respiratory Care Board; creation.
§ 90-650. Appointments and removal of Board members; terms and compensation.
§ 90-651. Election of officers; meetings of the Board.
§ 90-652. Powers and duties of the Board.
§ 90-653. Licensure requirements; examination.
§ 90-654. Temporary license.
§ 90-655. Licensure by reciprocity.
§ 90-656. Provisional license.
§ 90-657. Notification of applicant following evaluation of application.
§ 90-658. License as property of the Board; display requirement; renewal; inactive status.
§ 90-659. Suspension, revocation, and refusal to renew a license.
§ 90-660. Expenses; fees.
§ 90-661. Requirement of license.
§ 90-662. Violation a misdemeanor.
§ 90-663. Injunctions.
§ 90-664. Persons and practices not affected.
§ 90-665. Third-party reimbursement.
§ 90-666. Civil penalties.
§§ 90-667 through 90-670. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-671. Definitions.
§ 90-672. Unlawful acts; injunctive relief; exclusion.
§ 90-673. Exemptions and limitations.
§ 90-674. Certification registry.
§§ 90-675 through 90-680. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-681. Legislative findings.
§ 90-682. Definitions.
§ 90-682.1. Medical Board approval required.
§ 90-683. License required; exemptions.
§ 90-684. Perfusion Advisory Committee.
§ 90-685. Powers of the Committee.
§ 90-685.1. Confidentiality of Committee investigative information.
§ 90-686. Qualifications for licensure.
§ 90-687. Reciprocity.
§ 90-688. Provisional license.
§ 90-689. Expenses; fees.
§ 90-690. Renewal of licenses.
§ 90-690.1. Maintenance of certification to maintain licensure.
§ 90-691. Disciplinary authority.
§ 90-692. Enjoining illegal practices.
§ 90-693. Civil penalties; disciplinary costs.
§ 90-694. Third-party reimbursement.
§ 90-695. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-696. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-697. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-698. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-699. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-700. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 90-701. Billing of anatomic pathology services.
§ 90-721. Definitions.
§ 90-722. Practice of polysomnography.
§ 90-723. Unlawful acts.
§ 90-724. Exemptions.
§ 90-725. Listing requirements.