Nac: Chapter 643 - Barbers And Barbering

Link to law: http://www.leg.state.nv.us/nac/NAC-643.html
Published: 2015

[Rev. 11/22/2013 10:12:08

AM--2013]



[NAC-643 Revised Date: 4-02]

CHAPTER 643 - BARBERS AND BARBERING

LICENSING

Barbers and Apprentices

643.005            “Good cause” defined; written

evidence required for documentation of good causes.

643.010            Apprentice: Qualifications for

examination.

643.020            Barber: Qualifications for examination.

643.030            Apprentice: Completion of

apprenticeship required before taking examination for licensure as barber;

revocation of license for failure to begin and complete apprenticeship within

reasonable time.

643.040            Hearing for applicant convicted of

crime involving moral turpitude.

643.050            Apprentice: Time limitation to take

examination for licensure as barber; revocation of license for noncompliance; restoration

of license.

643.060            Qualifications of barbers licensed

in foreign countries.

643.070            Fee for examination.

643.080            Interpreters.

643.090            Limitation on number of

examinations to practice as an apprentice.

643.100            Failure of examination for

licensure as apprentice; failure to take scheduled examination.

643.110            Failure of examination for

licensure as barber; limitation on number of times examination may be taken.

643.120            Apprentice: Requirements for

education and experience.

643.130            Equivalency examination.

643.140            Licenses from barber schools in

foreign countries not recognized.

643.150            Temporary permits.

643.160            Fees: Proration of initial fee;

renewal or restoration of license.

643.170            Fee: Replacement of lost license or

renewal application.

643.180            Apprentice: Restoration of revoked

license.

Barbershops

643.190            Plan of barbershop to be submitted

for approval.

643.195            Fee for inspection.

643.200            Fees for initial license, renewal

of license and restoration of license.

643.210            Fee for replacement of license or

renewal application.

APPRENTICES

643.220            Barbershops in which

apprenticeships may be served.

643.230            Limitation on number of apprentices

employed.

643.240            Agreement for leasing of barber’s

chair.

BARBERSHOPS

General Provisions

643.250            Barbershops required to be separate

entities.

643.260            Entrances and exits required to

have doors.

643.270            Main entrance.

643.280            Minimum requirements for space.

643.290            Leasing and rental agreements.

643.300            Absence of barber from barbershop.

Sanitary Conditions

643.320            General requirements.

643.330            Sinks; connections for disposal of

sewage.

643.340            Cuspidors and ashtrays.

643.350            Waste receptacles.

643.355            Sterilization of implements.

643.360            Washing of hands.

643.370            Shaving mugs and brushes.

643.380            Used towels.

643.390            Containers for hair.

643.400            Storage of linen and towels.

643.410            Toilets.

643.415            Prohibition against removal of

warts, moles and blemishes.

BARBER SCHOOLS

General Provisions

643.420            Student’s license.

643.430            Qualifications of applicant for

student’s license.

643.440            Physical examinations.

643.450            Instructor’s license: Examination.

643.455            Fee for instructor’s license.

643.460            Instructor’s license: Renewal or

restoration.

643.470            Minimum requirements for space.

643.480            Minimum number of barber’s chairs.

643.490            Location of school.

643.500            Schools required to be separate

entities.

643.510            Posting of sign concerning free services

and materials.

643.521            Disciplinary action.

643.525            Notice of violations and

administrative fine; request for hearing; date fines are due.

Sanitary Conditions

643.530            Walls and floor coverings.

643.540            Ashtrays and cuspidors.

643.550            Waste receptacles.

643.560            Washing of hands.

643.570            Sterilization of implements.

643.580            Used towels.

643.590            Containers for hair.

643.600            Storage of linen and towels.

643.610            Restrooms and lavatories.

643.620            Minimum number of lathering

machines; prohibition against use of shaving mugs and lathering brushes.

643.630            Neckbands.

643.640            Headrests.

643.645            Prohibition against removal of

warts, moles and blemishes.

643.650            Prohibition against use of certain

implements.

Administration of Students

643.660            Minimum number of hours of

instruction.

643.670            Maximum hours of instruction

allowed per day or week.

643.680            Rules governing conduct of students.

643.690            Suspension or expulsion of student.

643.700            Appeal of suspension or expulsion.

643.710            Records of students.

643.720            Letter of graduation.

643.730            Records of students in refresher

courses and postgraduate students.

643.734            Courses for cosmetologists:

Required instruction.

643.736            Courses for cosmetologists: Time

for completion; hours of instruction.

643.740            Short courses.

643.750            Instruction in services for all

patrons required.

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

643.760            Physical examinations.

643.770            Demonstrations, exhibitions and

seminars.

643.780            Disciplinary action.

 

 

LICENSING

Barbers and Apprentices

      NAC 643.005  “Good cause” defined; written evidence required for documentation

of good causes. (NRS 643.105)  For the

purposes of NRS 643.105 and NAC 643.010 to 643.180,

inclusive, “good cause”:

     1.  Means:

     (a) A death or severe illness in the immediate

family of an applicant for a license; or

     (b) An applicant’s:

          (1) Personal illness;

          (2) Motor vehicle accident; or

          (3) Other severe physical or emotional

hardship.

     2.  Must be documented by written evidence

that is satisfactory to the board.

     (Added to NAC by Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd.

by R084-99, eff. 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.010  Apprentice: Qualifications for examination. (NRS 643.050)

     1.  An applicant for examination for a

license as an apprentice must:

     (a) Have completed the 12th grade or the

equivalent;

     (b) Have completed 1,500 hours of instruction in a

barber school approved by the board; and

     (c) Be an American citizen or lawfully entitled to

live and work in the United States.

     2.  If the applicant has ever been convicted

of a felony, he must appear before the board for a hearing to determine whether

he will be permitted to take the examination. A convicted felon has the burden

of showing that a license should be issued. The board will consider the date of

conviction, the nature of the crime, the applicant’s record of rehabilitation,

the applicant’s experience since conviction, personal and employment references

and any other evidence which the board deems relevant.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule 24,

eff. 10-8-70; A 6-1-74; 7-16-77; 2-26-80]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.020  Barber: Qualifications for examination. (NRS

643.050)

     1.  Except as otherwise provided in

subsection 2, an applicant for examination to become a licensed barber must:

     (a) Have completed a successful period of

apprenticeship in this state or have at least 5 years of experience gained

within the 10 years immediately preceding the date of application, as a

licensed barber in another state and a current license from the other state.

     (b) Have completed the 10th grade in school or its

equivalent.

     (c) Be a citizen of the United States or lawfully

entitled to live and work in the United States.

     2.  A licensed cosmetologist who has

completed 400 hours of special training in a barber school approved by the

board may apply for examination to become a licensed barber.

     3.  If the applicant has ever been convicted

of a felony, he must appear before the board for a hearing pursuant to NAC 643.010.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 29, eff.

10-8-70; A 10-6-78]—(NAC A 5-19-88; R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.030  Apprentice: Completion of apprenticeship required before taking

examination for licensure as barber; revocation of license for failure to begin

and complete apprenticeship within reasonable time. (NRS 643.050)

     1.  An apprentice must complete 18 months of

full-time apprenticeship under the direct supervision of a licensed barber

before taking the examination for a license as a barber.

     2.  To receive credit for full-time work, the

apprentice must work at least 40 hours per week. Twelve working days in the

18-month period will be allowed for vacation, sickness or emergencies.

     3.  The board may revoke the license of a

licensed apprentice who does not begin and complete the apprenticeship required

by this section within a reasonable time after receiving his license.

     4.  As used in this section, “apprenticeship

under the direct supervision” means work in a licensed barbershop with a

licensed barber who is in direct charge and operation of the shop as defined in

NAC 643.300.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule 26,

eff. 10-8-70; A 2-26-80]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.040  Hearing for applicant convicted of crime involving moral

turpitude. (NRS 643.050)  If a

person who applies for examination as a licensed apprentice or a licensed

barber has been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude, the board may

hold a hearing to determine whether he will be permitted to take the

examination.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 42, eff.

10-8-70]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.050  Apprentice: Time limitation to take examination for licensure as

barber; revocation of license for noncompliance; restoration of license. (NRS 643.050)

     1.  A licensed apprentice shall come before

the board for examination to receive his license to engage in the practice of

barbering no later than the second regularly scheduled examination after the

apprentice satisfies the requirements of NAC 643.030.

The board will revoke the license of a licensed apprentice who has not come

before the board for examination by that time.

     2.  A person whose license to engage in the

practice of barbering as an apprentice is revoked by the board pursuant to

subsection 1 may have his license restored by passing the examination

prescribed by the board.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 27, eff.

10-8-70]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.060  Qualifications of barbers licensed in foreign countries. (NRS 643.050)

     1.  A barber who is licensed in a foreign

country and not in any state may qualify for examination for a license as an

apprentice by meeting those requirements listed in NAC

643.010.

     2.  If an applicant can show proof by at

least two affidavits of at least 5 years’ experience as a licensed barber

within the last 10 years, and if an applicant furnishes to the board a current

license from the country from which the experience is claimed, the requirement

that the applicant complete 1,500 hours of instruction in a barber school may

be waived if the applicant completes at least a 250-hour refresher course in a

barber school approved by the board.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 32, eff.

10-8-70]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.070  Fee for examination.  The fee for an examination

is $90.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 30, eff.

10-8-70; A 7-10-72]—(NAC A 9-16-92)

      NAC 643.080  Interpreters.

     1.  An interpreter may be used by applicants

for examinations.

     2.  Upon receiving a request for an

interpreter from an applicant, the board will appoint a qualified person.

     3.  The applicant must pay all costs incurred

in the appointment of an interpreter.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 33, eff.

10-8-70; A 10-6-78]

      NAC 643.090  Limitation on number of examinations to practice as an

apprentice.  An

applicant who fails four examinations to practice as an apprentice will not be

allowed to take any further examinations.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule 24, eff.

10-8-70; A 6-1-74; 7-16-77; 2-26-80]

      NAC 643.100  Failure of examination for licensure as apprentice; failure to

take scheduled examination. (NRS 643.050)

     1.  If an applicant for a license as an

apprentice fails the examination, he may not take another examination until he

has given proof to the board that he has, before the examination, completed a

250-hour refresher course in a barber school approved by the board, or, if

licensed in another state, obtained 250 hours of experience pursuant to that

license.

     2.  An applicant must take the first

regularly scheduled examination after completing the requirements listed in

subsection 1, unless prior approval to miss that examination is granted by the

board. The applicant has the burden of proving to the board’s satisfaction that

good cause prevents him from taking that examination.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 25, eff.

10-8-70]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.110  Failure of examination for licensure as barber; limitation on

number of times examination may be taken. (NRS

643.050)

     1.  Each apprentice who fails the examination

for licensure as a barber must appear before the board for examination at least

once in each year thereafter until he has passed the examination.

     2.  An applicant who fails the examination

four times loses his license as an apprentice and may not take any further

examinations.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 28, eff.

10-8-70; A 2-26-80]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.120  Apprentice: Requirements for education and experience. (NRS 643.050)

     1.  An applicant for a license as an

apprentice must have completed barber school within 1 year after the date of

first entrance.

     2.  If more than 12 months have elapsed since

the applicant completed barber school at the time of the application, the

applicant must show proof of the completion of a 250-hour refresher course

within the 12 months preceding the application in a barber school approved by

the board.

     3.  If the applicant had been working as an

apprentice in another state pursuant to a valid license and can show proof by

at least two affidavits of those having personal knowledge of his work that at

least 250 hours of employment were within the last year before the application,

this employment may be substituted for the refresher course.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule 24,

eff. 10-8-70; A 6-1-74; 7-16-77; 2-26-80]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.130  Equivalency examination. (NRS

643.050)

     1.  If an applicant for a license as a barber

or an apprentice does not meet the educational requirements established by the

board, he may take an equivalency examination which must be administered by the

testing department of a school district or an educational testing agency of

this state which is approved by the board.

     2.  A person administering an equivalency

examination shall require the applicant to furnish one photograph of himself

which is 3 by 5 inches. The applicant shall sign the photograph in the presence

of the person administering the examination.

     3.  The results of the examination and the

signed photograph must be mailed to the board by the person or the agency

administering the examination.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 43, eff.

10-8-70]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.140  Licenses from barber schools in foreign countries not recognized.

(NRS 643.050)  Licenses from

barber schools in foreign countries will not be recognized by the board.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 31, eff.

10-8-70]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.150  Temporary permits.  Temporary permits to

practice barbering in this state will not be issued.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 34, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.160  Fees: Proration of initial fee; renewal or restoration of

license. (NRS 643.050, 643.140)

     1.  The initial fee paid by an apprentice or

a barber for a license issued not more than 6 months before its renewal date

may be prorated at the rate of $3 per month.

     2.  A licensed barber or apprentice may renew

his license by paying a fee of $50.

     3.  A barber or an apprentice whose license

has been expired for less than 2 years may restore it by paying the restoration

fee of $100.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 35, eff.

10-8-70; A 1-6-72; 8-31-79; 10-20-81; + Rule 39, eff. 10-8-70; A 1-6-72;

11-9-79; 10-20-81]—(NAC A 5-19-88; 9-16-92; R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.170  Fees: Replacement of lost license or renewal application. (NRS 643.050, 643.140)  The

board will replace a lost license or a renewal application issued with a

license upon the receipt of a fee of $20.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 36, eff.

10-8-70; A 1-6-72; 10-6-78]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.180  Apprentice: Restoration of revoked license. (NRS

643.050)  Except

as otherwise provided in NAC 643.050, an apprentice

whose license has been revoked may have it restored by completing a 250-hour

refresher course in a barber school approved by the board and passing the

examination prescribed by the board.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule 26,

eff. 10-8-70; A 2-26-80]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

Barbershops

      NAC 643.190  Plan of barbershop to be submitted for approval.

     1.  Each application for a license to operate

a barbershop must include a plan drawn to scale with the dimensions clearly

shown.

     2.  If an area or the dimensions of a

barbershop are changed, the licensee shall submit new plans reflecting the

changes for the approval of the board.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 41.5, eff.

8-31-79]

      NAC 643.195  Fee for inspection. (NRS 643.050)  The fee

for an inspection of a barbershop is $50.

     (Added to NAC by Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd.,

eff. 9-16-92; A by R057-01, 12-17-2001)

      NAC 643.200  Fees for initial license, renewal of license and restoration of

license. (NRS 643.1714)

     1.  The fee for a license to operate a

barbershop or to renew the license is $50 if the license is for 6 months or

more. If the license is for less than 6 months, the fee is $15.

     2.  A licensee whose license has expired may

restore it by paying the license fee and a restoration fee of $50.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 37, eff.

10-8-70; A 1-6-72; 8-31-79; 10-20-81]—(NAC A 9-16-92; R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.210  Fee

for replacement of license or renewal application. (NRS

643.1714)  The

board will replace a license to operate a barbershop or a renewal application

issued with a license upon the receipt of a fee of $20.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 38, eff.

10-8-70; A 1-6-72; 10-6-78]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

APPRENTICES

      NAC 643.220  Barbershops in which apprenticeships may be served. (NRS 643.050)

     1.  A licensed apprentice shall not work as

an apprentice or serve his apprenticeship or any part thereof in a barbershop

of which:

     (a) The apprentice or the apprentice’s spouse is

the owner or has any proprietary interest therein.

     (b) Any relative of the apprentice within the third

degree of consanguinity or affinity is the owner or has any proprietary

interest therein, unless the relative is a licensed barber in this state and is

the owner and operator of the shop.

     2.  A licensed apprentice shall serve his

apprenticeship in a barbershop which is licensed by the board.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 23, eff.

10-8-70; A 7-21-71]—(NAC A 5-19-88; R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.230  Limitation on number of apprentices employed. (NRS 643.050)  Each

barber may employ apprentices in the ratio of one apprentice to each licensed

barber working in the barbershop, but may not employ more than six apprentices

in a shop.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 22, eff.

10-8-70; A 9-6-76]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.240  Agreement for leasing of barber’s chair. (NRS 643.050)

     1.  Each agreement for the leasing of a

barber’s chair by an apprentice must be:

     (a) In writing;

     (b) Signed by the licensed barber who will control

and supervise the apprentice and by the apprentice; and

     (c) Submitted to the board for its approval.

     2.  An apprentice may work under an agreement

which has been submitted to the board before the board approves it, but must

cease to work under the agreement if the board disapproves it.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 41, eff.

10-8-70; A 10-6-78; 2-26-80]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

BARBERSHOPS

General Provisions

      NAC 643.250  Barbershops required to be separate entities.  No

barbershop may be operated in connection with any business other than a stand

for shining shoes or a manicurist’s stand, or both, unless a substantial

partition extending 8 feet high or to the ceiling, if the ceiling is lower than

8 feet, separates it from any other residence or business.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule 1,

eff. 10-8-70]—(NAC A 5-19-88)

      NAC 643.260  Entrances and exits required to have doors.  All

entrances and exits of a barbershop must be provided with a door.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule 1,

eff. 10-8-70]

      NAC 643.270  Main entrance.  The main entrance of a barbershop must lead

directly to a public walkway, hallway or lobby.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 16, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.280  Minimum requirements for space.  A barbershop must have an

area of at least 100 square feet for the first barber’s chair and 60 square

feet for each additional chair in the main business area. The area in each shop

must be of such proportions as to provide adequate working space for each chair

and an adequate and uncongested waiting area.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 17, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.290  Leasing and rental agreements. (NRS

643.050)  If

a barbershop is owned by a person other than a licensed barber or is owned by

licensed barbers but is managed by another licensed barber, the owner of the

shop shall furnish a leasing and rental agreement to the board on a form

furnished by the board. The agreement must contain the name and signature of

the licensed barber who will manage the shop, the signature of the owner and

any other information required by the board.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 40, eff.

10-8-70]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.300  Absence of barber from barbershop. (NRS

643.050)

     1.  A licensed barber may take normal lunch

periods, break periods and may be absent from a barbershop for other emergency

medical and dental reasons for reasonable amounts of time.

     2.  If illness prevents a licensed barber

from being in attendance at the shop for substantial periods during each day,

an apprentice may take direct charge and operation of the shop for a period not

to exceed 3 days in any 30-day period. A licensed barber must supply a medical

certificate in such a case if requested by the board.

     3.  If the licensed barber’s illness is

reasonably expected to exceed 3 days, he or his representative must request the

approval of the board to leave an apprentice in charge for a longer period. If

a board member’s determination is adverse to the licensed barber, that barber

may appeal the decision to the entire board which will meet and consider the

request at the earliest time the board can reasonably convene.

     4.  In determining whether an apprentice may

remain in direct charge for a period in excess of 3 days, the board will

consider:

     (a) The length of the apprenticeship and the

experience of the apprentice left in charge.

     (b) The length of the expected absence of the

licensed barber.

     (c) The availability of other licensed barbers to

take charge.

     (d) Other factors which may affect the ability of

an apprentice to function without supervision.

     5.  As used in this section, “direct charge

and operation” means attendance at a barbershop substantially all of the

working hours each day the shop is open.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule 1,

eff. 10-8-70]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

Sanitary Conditions

      NAC 643.320  General requirements.

     1.  A barbershop must be well-lighted and

well-ventilated.

     2.  The furniture, equipment, tools,

utensils, floors, walls and ceilings of a barbershop must be kept in a clean

and sanitary condition at all times. The floor of a barber’s station must be

kept reasonably free of hair.

     3.  The walls of a barbershop must be

nonporous and nonabsorbent and made of a washable material.

     4.  The walls, woodwork, ceilings,

furnishings and fixtures of a barbershop must be kept in good repair.

     5.  The floor of a barbershop must be covered

with linoleum, asphalt tile or some other washable and nonporous material other

than paint. The board may approve the installation of carpeting in the waiting

area of a shop. The carpeting must be maintained in a clean and sanitary

condition at all times and must be installed in such a manner that it does not

come within 4 feet of a barber’s chair, wash basin, work cabinet or back bar.

     6.  The floors of a barbershop must be kept

in good repair.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 3, eff.

10-8-70]—(NAC A 5-19-88)

      NAC 643.330  Sinks; connections for disposal of sewage. (NRS 643.050)

     1.  A barbershop must have at least one sink

for every two work areas or barbers’ chairs. The sink may not be more than 3

feet from each work area or chair.

      2.  A

barbershop must have suitable connections for the disposal of sewage.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 4, eff.

10-8-70]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.340  Cuspidors and ashtrays.  Cuspidors and ashtrays

must be cleaned every day, and a disinfectant must be left in cuspidors at all

times.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 5, eff.

10-8-70]—(NAC A 5-19-88)

      NAC 643.350  Waste receptacles.  At least two covered waste

receptacles must be provided for each barber’s chair. Used shaving papers must

be deposited in one receptacle and used towels must be deposited in the other.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 6, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.355  Sterilization of implements.  For each barber’s chair in

a barbershop, there must be provided:

     1.  A container of sufficient depth for the

immersion of those implements listed in paragraph (f ) of subsection 1 of NRS 643.200. The container must

contain a solution of not less than 4 percent formalin or 5 percent phenol or

the equivalent.

     2.  An airtight cabinet sterilizer which must

be equipped with:

     (a) A small glass tray containing 1 tablespoon of

borax and 1 tablespoon of formaldehyde or three formaltabs or the equivalent

maintained at full strength at all times; or

     (b) Germicidal lamps.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 13, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.360  Washing of hands.  Every barber or apprentice shall wash his

hands with soap and water immediately before serving each patron.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 7, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.370  Shaving mugs and brushes.  Shaving mugs and brushes

are prohibited.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 8, eff.

10-8-70]—(NAC A 5-19-88)

      NAC 643.380  Used towels.  A

used towel which is left on or near any washbowl, basin, workstand or place

other than in the proper receptacle will be considered prima facie evidence of

an intent to use the towel without it being relaundered.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 9, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.390  Containers for hair.  Hair must be kept in a

separate closed container before disposal.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 14, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.400  Storage of linen and towels.  Clean linen and paper

towels must be stored in closed cabinets.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 15, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.410  Toilets.  Adequate

toilets must be in or immediately adjacent to a barbershop.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 20, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.415  Prohibition against removal of warts, moles and blemishes.  Barbers

and apprentices may not remove by any method, warts, moles or skin blemishes of

any kind.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 18, eff.

10-8-70]

BARBER SCHOOLS

General Provisions

      NAC 643.420  Student’s license.

     1.  No student may enroll in a barber school

if he has not been issued a student’s license by the board.

     2.  A student’s license must be posted in a

conspicuous place near his barber’s chair. A picture of the student must be

posted with his license at all times.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-17, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.430  Qualifications of applicant for student’s license.

     1.  An applicant for a license as a student

must:

     (a) Have completed the 12th grade or an equivalent;

and

     (b) Be an American citizen or lawfully entitled to

live and work in the United States.

     2.  If the applicant has ever been convicted

of a felony, he must appear before the board for a hearing to determine whether

he will be permitted to enroll in a barber school. A person who has been

convicted of a felony or a crime of moral turpitude has the burden of showing

that a student’s license should be issued. The board will consider the date of

conviction, the nature of the crime, the applicant’s record of rehabilitation,

the applicant’s experience since conviction, personal and employment references

and any other evidence which the board deems relevant.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule S-18,

eff. 10-8-70; A 2-26-80]

      NAC 643.440  Physical examinations.

     1.  No student will receive a student’s

license or be permitted to enroll in a barber school while he has an

infectious, contagious or communicable disease.

     2.  Each student must undergo a physical

examination, including a chest X-ray, blood test and any other test which the

board considers necessary before a student’s license will be issued.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule S-18,

eff. 10-8-70; A 2-26-80]

      NAC 643.450  Instructor’s license: Examination. (NRS

643.050)

     1.  An examination for an instructor’s

license will be given not more than twice a year and will consist of written

questions pertaining to all phases of the science of barbering, the management

of a barbershop, ethics, salesmanship, applicable state laws and regulations,

and any other questions the board may deem required of instructors. Applicants

will also be required to pass questions on teaching in the classroom and oral

practical instruction on any or all phases of practical barbering services

which the board may prescribe.

     2.  A minimum of three members of the board

will be present to administer the instructor’s examination.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule S-16,

eff. 10-8-70; A 2-8-76]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.455  Fee for instructor’s license. (NRS 643.050,

643.176)  Each

instructor in a barber school must pay:

     1.  A fee of $250 to be issued an

instructor’s license.

     2.  A fee of $250 to renew an instructor’s

license pursuant to NAC 643.460.

     (Added to NAC by Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd.

by R057-01, eff. 12-17-2001)

      NAC 643.460  Instructor’s license: Renewal or restoration. (NRS 643.050)

     1.  An instructor’s license must be renewed

on or before April 1 of each year. Any license which is not renewed during the

month of April expires on May 1 in that year.

     2.  An instructor’s license which has expired

may be restored within 2 years after its expiration date.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule S-16,

eff. 10-8-70; A 2-8-76]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.470  Minimum requirements for space.

     1.  A barber school must have an area of at least

120 square feet for the first barber’s chair and 80 square feet for each

additional chair.

     2.  A classroom must have an area of at least

300 square feet.

     3.  A locker room and storage area must have

an area of at least 200 square feet.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule S-2,

eff. 10-8-70]

      NAC 643.480  Minimum number of barber’s chairs.  A barber school must have

at least 10 barber’s chairs.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule S-2,

eff. 10-8-70]

      NAC 643.490  Location of school.  A barber school must be

located in an area which is approved by the board.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule S-1,

eff. 10-8-70]

      NAC 643.500  Schools required to be separate entities.  A barber

school may not be operated in connection with any other type of business or in

a building that has living, sleeping or residential quarters.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule S-1,

eff. 10-8-70]

      NAC 643.510  Posting of sign concerning free services and materials.  Signs

must be conspicuously posted in all barber schools which state that:

     1.  There is no charge for services rendered

by students;

     2.  The tipping of students or instructors is

not allowed; and

     3.  There is no charge for materials or

linens used by the students.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-5, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.521  Disciplinary action.

     1.  Any barber school licensed pursuant to chapter 643 of NRS and found to be in

violation of:

     (a) Any provision of NRS 643.177 may be fined:

          (1) For the first offense in any licensing

period, an amount not to exceed $100;

          (2) For the second offense in any licensing

period, an amount not to exceed $250; and

          (3) For the third offense in any licensing

period, an amount not to exceed $500.

     (b) Any provision of NAC

643.530 to 643.650, inclusive, may be fined:

          (1) For the first offense in any licensing

period, an amount not to exceed $75;

          (2) For the second offense in any licensing

period, an amount not to exceed $150; and

          (3) For the third offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $300.

     2.  Each violation discovered upon inspection

constitutes a separate count for the purposes of imposing the fines set forth

in this section.

     (Added to NAC by Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd.,

eff. 5-19-88)

      NAC 643.525  Notice of violations and administrative fine; request for

hearing; date fines are due.

     1.  At the time of an inspection, the board

member or agent of the board conducting the inspection, shall present to the

barber or owner of the barber school under inspection a list of violations

discovered and the fine imposed for those violations.

     2.  If the barber or owner chooses to contest

the imposition of the fine, he may, within 15 days after the date of

inspection, request a hearing before the board. The board will place this

matter on the agenda for its next regularly scheduled meeting.

     3.  All fines imposed by the board are due to

the board 30 days after the date of inspection, if no hearing is requested.

     (Added to NAC by Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd.,

eff. 5-19-88)

Sanitary Conditions

      NAC 643.530  Walls and floor coverings.

     1.  A barber school must be well-lighted and

well-ventilated.

     2.  The furniture, equipment, tools,

utensils, floors, walls, ceilings, windows and rest rooms of a barber school

must be kept in a clean and sanitary condition at all times.

     3.  The walls of a barber school must be

nonporous and nonabsorbent and made of a washable material.

     4.  The walls, woodwork, ceilings,

furnishings and fixtures of a barber school must be kept in good repair.

     5.  The floor of a barber school must be

covered with linoleum, asphalt tile or some other washable and nonporous

material other than paint. The board may approve the installation of carpeting

in the waiting area of the school. The carpeting must be maintained in a clean

and sanitary condition at all times and must be installed in such a manner that

it does not come within 6 feet of a barber’s chair, wash basin, work cabinet or

back bar.

     6.  The floors of a barber school must be

kept in good repair.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-3, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.540  Ashtrays and cuspidors.

     1.  Sufficient ashtrays must be provided and

must be cleaned every day.

     2.  Cuspidors are prohibited in barber

schools.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-8, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.550  Waste receptacles.  At least two covered

receptacles must be provided for each workstand. Used shaving papers, paper

towels and neck strips must be deposited in one receptacle and used linens and

towels must be deposited in the other.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule S-7,

eff. 10-8-70]

      NAC 643.560  Washing of hands.  Every student and instructor shall wash his

hands with soap and water immediately before serving each patron.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-15, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.570  Sterilization of implements.

     1.  Combs, razors, scissors, brushes, blades

for clippers, neck dusters, tweezers, parts of vacuums and vibrators, and all

other implements which come in contact with the skin or hair of the head, face

or neck must be immersed in a germicidal solution or kept in a closed airtight

compartment which is equipped with a germicidal vapor or light immediately

before each use.

     2.  For each barber’s chair in a barber

school, there must be provided:

     (a) A container of sufficient depth for the

immersion of those implements listed in subsection 1. The container must

contain a solution of not less than 4 percent formalin or 5 percent phenol, or

the equivalent.

     (b) An airtight cabinet sterilizer equipped with:

          (1) A small glass or glass tray containing 1

tablespoon of borax and 1 tablespoon of formaldehyde;

          (2) A glass or glass tray containing three

formaltabs or the equivalent maintained at full strength at all times; or

          (3) Germicidal lamps.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-9, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.580  Used towels.

     1.  A towel that is used on one patron may

not be used again on another patron until it has been relaundered.

     2.  A used towel which is left on or near any

washbowl, basin, workstand or place other than in the proper receptacle will be

considered prima facie evidence of an intent to use the towel without it being

relaundered.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-11, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.590  Containers for hair.  Hair must be kept in a

separate closed container before disposal.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule S-7,

eff. 10-8-70]

      NAC 643.600  Storage of linen and towels.  Clean linen and paper

towels must be stored in closed cabinets.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule S-7,

eff. 10-8-70]

      NAC 643.610  Restrooms and lavatories.  A barber school must have

a restroom for men, a restroom for women and one lavatory for every two

barber’s chairs with continuous hot and cold running water and suitable

connections for the disposal of sewage.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., part Rule S-2,

eff. 10-8-70]

      NAC 643.620  Minimum number of lathering machines; prohibition against use of

shaving mugs and lathering brushes.

     1.  One lathering machine for every two

barber’s chairs must be provided in a barber school.

     2.  Shaving mugs and lathering brushes may

not be used in a barber school.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-10, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.630  Neckbands.  A

strip of cotton, a towel or a neckband made of paper must be placed around a

patron’s neck so that the haircloth does not come in contact with the patron’s

skin.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-12, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.640  Headrests.  The

headrest on each barber’s chair must be provided with a clean towel or sheet of

clean paper for each patron.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-13, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.645  Prohibition against removal of warts, moles and blemishes.  A

student or an instructor may not remove by any method, warts, moles or skin

blemishes of any kind.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-21, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.650  Prohibition against use of certain implements.  The use

of powder puffs, finger bowls, sponges, styptic pencils and lump alum is

prohibited.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-14, eff.

10-8-70]

Administration of Students

      NAC 643.660  Minimum number of hours of instruction.

     1.  Except as otherwise provided in NAC 643.740, each student must receive 1,500 hours of

instruction.

     2.  Of the 1,500 hours of instruction

required by this section, 1,300 hours must be practical work on a patron in a

barber’s chair and must include at least:

     (a) Seven hundred haircuts;

     (b) One hundred shaves;

     (c) Seventy-five shampoos;

     (d) Fifty scalp treatments;

     (e) Fifty facials;

     (f ) Fifty

tonic applications;

     (g) Fifteen hair colorings;

     (h) Fifteen hair straightenings;

     (i) Fifty stylings;

     ( j) Fifteen

hairpiece fittings; and

     (k) Any other practical instruction which the board

may prescribe.

     3.  The remaining 200 hours of instruction

must consist of theory and work in the classroom pertaining to the science of

barbering, the management of a barbershop, ethics, salesmanship, applicable

state laws and regulations, and any other theoretical instruction which the

board may prescribe.

     4.  The 1,500 hours of instruction must be

completed within 1 year after the first date of enrollment.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-19, eff.

10-8-70; A 6-1-74; 10-6-78; 1-19-79]

      NAC 643.670  Maximum hours of instruction allowed per day or week.  A

student may not receive more than 8 hours of instruction in 1 day or more than

40 hours of instruction in 1 week.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-20, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.680  Rules governing conduct of students.

     1.  The operator of a barber school shall

provide each student with a copy of the rules governing the conduct of students

enrolled in the school and shall post a copy of them on a bulletin board in a

conspicuous place on the premises of the school.

     2.  Before any rules governing the conduct of

students are adopted, the operator of the school shall submit them to the board

for approval.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-31, eff.

1-19-79]

      NAC 643.690  Suspension or expulsion of student.

     1.  Each student who is suspended or expelled

from a barber school must be given written notice of his right to appeal the

action pursuant to NAC 643.700.

     2.  Each student who is expelled from a

barber school or who is suspended:

     (a) For more than 2 school days; or

     (b) For the third or a subsequent time during the

school year,

must be given written notice of that action, including a

statement of the reasons for the action, the effective date of the action and

the date on which the student may reenter the barber school if the action was a

suspension.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-32, eff.

1-19-79]

      NAC 643.700  Appeal of suspension or expulsion.

     1.  A student who has been suspended or

expelled from a barber school may appeal the action to the board by requesting

an appeal by a letter to the secretary of the board within 10 days after the

effective date of the action.

     2.  The board will schedule a hearing of an

appeal within 30 days after receiving a request.

     3.  If the board finds that the suspension or

expulsion was not justified, it will order the action reversed and the student

returned to his course of study without prejudice.

     4.  The operator of a barber school who takes

any action in retaliation against a student who has been returned to his course

of study pursuant to this section is guilty of unprofessional conduct.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-33, eff.

1-19-79]

      NAC 643.710  Records of students.

     1.  The operator of a barber school shall

maintain adequate records of the performance of each student, including:

     (a) Dates and hours of attendance.

     (b) Hours devoted to instruction in the classroom.

     (c) Grades of all examinations.

     (d) Records of haircuts, shaves, scalp treatments,

facials, shampoos, tonic applications, hair colorings, hair straightenings,

hair stylings, hairpiece fittings and other procedures which the board requires

as part of the training of a barber.

     2.  Each student shall submit records of each

of the procedures required by NAC 643.660 or 643.740, including his name, the procedure completed

and the instructor’s name and comments or grade.

     3.  The board may inspect the records of a

student at any time during business hours.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-41, eff.

1-19-79]

      NAC 643.720  Letter of graduation.  A letter of graduation,

certifying the number of hours completed by the student and that the student

has completed the minimum number of procedures required, and attested to by an

official of the barber school and the student, must be filed with the board at

the end of the student’s training.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-42, eff.

1-19-79]

      NAC 643.730  Records of students in refresher courses and postgraduate

students.  The

operator of a barber school shall keep a record as required by NAC 643.710 of each student in a refresher course and

each postgraduate student.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-51, eff.

1-19-79]

      NAC 643.734  Courses for cosmetologists: Required instruction.

     1.  Each barber school in the state shall

offer a course for cosmetologists wishing to become barbers consisting of 400

hours of instruction.

     2.  Of the 400 hours of instruction required

by this section, 350 hours must be practical work on a patron in a barber’s

chair and must include at least:

     (a) One hundred twenty-five haircuts;

     (b) Twenty-five shaves;

     (c) Twenty shampoos;

     (d) Ten scalp treatments;

     (e) Ten facials;

     (f ) Ten

tonic applications;

     (g) Five hair colorings;

     (h) Five hair straightenings;

     (i) Twenty hair stylings;

     ( j) Seven

hairpiece fittings;

     (k) A rolling cream massage;

     (l) A rest facial;

     (m) A scalp treatment; and

     (n) Any other practical instruction which the board

may prescribe.

     3.  The remaining 50 hours of instruction

must consist of theory and work in the classroom pertaining to:

     (a) Sanitation, antiseptics, sterilization, hygiene

and bacteria;

     (b) Haircutting and shaving;

     (c) Massaging the scalp, face and neck;

     (d) Shampooing and the application of hair tonics,

hairdressing preparation, and rinses;

     (e) Facials and scalp massages or treatments with

cream, lotions, oils or other cosmetic preparations either by hand or

mechanical appliances which are not galvanic nor faradic;

     (f ) Shop

management, ethics, salesmanship, the use of implements, and a brief study of

the history of barbering;

     (g) The laws and regulations governing the practice

of barbering;

     (h) Common hair and skin diseases of the scalp,

face and neck;

     (i) The structure and functions of the scalp, face

and neck;

     ( j) Cosmetic

preparations used in the practice of barbering;

     (k) Circulation, muscles, nerves, and cells of the

scalp, face and neck only as they are related to massaging or other acts of

barbering;

     (l) The fundamentals of hair coloring and

bleaching;

     (m) The fundamentals of hair straightening or hair

relaxing;

     (n) The measuring, fitting and servicing of

hairpieces;

     (o) The waving of hair, other than permanent

waving; and

     ( p) The

styling of all textures of hair including styling adaptation, razor hair

styling and the use of the styling blower.

     (Added to NAC by Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd.,

eff. 5-19-88)

      NAC 643.736  Courses for cosmetologists: Time for completion; hours of instruction.

     1.  The 400 hours of instruction for

cosmetologists must be completed within 60 days after the first date of

enrollment.

     2.  A student enrolled in such instruction

may not receive more than 8 hours of instruction in 1 day or more than 40 hours

of instruction in 1 week.

     (Added to NAC by Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd.,

eff. 5-19-88)

      NAC 643.740  Short courses.

     1.  The operator of a barber school may offer

a short course, lasting at least 250 hours, of which 225 hours must be

practical instruction and 25 hours of instruction in the subjects listed in

subsection 3 of NAC 643.660.

     2.  The 225-hour practical instruction

offered as part of a short course must include at least:

     (a) One hundred and fifty haircuts;

     (b) Ten shaves;

     (c) Five scalp treatments;

     (d) Five facials;

     (e) Ten shampoos;

     (f ) Five

tonic applications;

     (g) Two hair colorings;

     (h) Two hair straightenings;

     (i) Ten hair stylings;

     ( j) One

hairpiece fitting; and

     (k) Any other instruction which the board may

prescribe.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rules S-52 &

S-53, eff. 1-19-79]

      NAC 643.750  Instruction in services for all patrons required.  Each

student in a barber school must be properly instructed and prepared to cut hair

and render barbering services to all patrons regardless of race.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule S-61, eff.

1-19-79]

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

      NAC 643.760  Physical examinations.  The board or any of its

designated agents may require any person believed or suspected to be afflicted

with any infectious, contagious or communicable disease to be physically

examined and may designate one or more licensed physicians to conduct the

examination.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 2, eff.

10-8-70]

      NAC 643.770  Demonstrations, exhibitions and seminars. (NRS 643.050)

     1.  Upon written request, the board may grant

a permit authorizing a demonstration, exhibition or seminar, temporarily and

primarily for educational purposes, of advanced techniques of any phase of

barbering, for the benefit of licensed barbers in this state.

     2.  A permit may be granted if:

     (a) The written request is submitted to the board

no later than 15 days before the date of the proposed demonstration and states

the location, date, time, price of admission, name of the sponsor, names of the

demonstrators, a description of the demonstration to be presented and whether

any equipment or merchandise will be sold.

     (b) The demonstrators present to the board

photostatic copies of current licenses to practice as barbers issued to them by

their respective states. Demonstrators who do not possess a license must

present to the board their qualifications which must be approved by the board

before they may participate in any demonstration, exhibition or seminar.

     3.  A permit is valid only for the

demonstration, exhibition or seminar for which it is granted.

     4.  All demonstrations, exhibitions or

seminars must be open to all barbers who are licensed in this state.

     5.  As used in this section, “demonstrator”

means any person whose qualifications have been approved by the board and who

demonstrates any advanced techniques in any phase of barbering.

     [Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd., Rule 44, eff.

10-8-70; A 2-8-76]—(NAC A by R084-99, 1-18-2000)

      NAC 643.780  Disciplinary action.

     1.  Any barber licensed pursuant to chapter 643 of NRS and found to be in

violation of any provision of NRS

643.140 may be fined:

     (a) For the first offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $80; and

     (b) For the second offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $160.

For the third offense, the barber will be brought before the

board for the revocation of his license.

     2.  Any person licensed pursuant to chapter 643 of NRS and found to be in

violation of any provision of NRS

643.150 may be fined:

     (a) For the first offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $30;

     (b) For the second offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $100; and

     (c) For the third offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $500.

     3.  Any barber licensed pursuant to chapter 643 of NRS and found to be in

violation of any provision of paragraph (e) of subsection 1 of NRS 643.185 may be fined:

     (a) For the first offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $250;

     (b) For the second offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $500; and

     (c) For the third offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $1,000.

     4.  Any person licensed pursuant to chapter 643 of NRS and found to be in

violation of any provision of NRS

643.190 may be fined:

     (a) For the first offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $250;

     (b) For the second offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $500; and

     (c) For the third offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $1,000.

     5.  Any barber licensed pursuant to chapter 643 of NRS and found to be in

violation of any provision of NRS

643.200 may be fined:

     (a) For the first offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $100;

     (b) For the second offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $250; and

     (c) For the third offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $500.

     6.  Any barber licensed pursuant to chapter 643 of NRS and found to be in

violation of any provision of NAC 643.320 to 643.415, inclusive, may be fined:

     (a) For the first offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $75;

     (b) For the second offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $150; and

     (c) For the third offense in any licensing period,

an amount not to exceed $300.

     7.  Each violation discovered upon inspection

constitutes a separate count for the purposes of imposing the fines set forth

in this section.

     (Added to NAC by Barbers’ Health & Sanitation Bd.,

eff. 5-19-88)
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