Powers and duties.
1.The Board may:
(a)Maintain offices in as many locations in this State as it finds necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter.
(b)Employ attorneys, investigators and other professional consultants and clerical personnel necessary to the discharge of its duties.
(c)Adopt regulations necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter.
2.The Board shall prescribe, by regulation, sanitary requirements for barbershops and barber schools.
3.Any member of the Board or its agents or assistants may enter and inspect any barbershop or barber school at any time during business hours or at any time when the practice of barbering or instruction in that practice is being carried on.
4.The Board shall keep a record of its proceedings relating to the issuance, refusal, renewal, suspension and revocation of licenses. The record must contain the name, place of business and residence of each licensed barber, licensed apprentice and instructor, and the date and number of the license. The record must be open to public inspection at all reasonable times.
5.The Board shall place on the Internet website maintained by the Board the budget of the Board and all financial reports prepared by the Board.
6.The Board may approve and, by official order, establish the days and hours when barbershops may remain open for business whenever agreements fixing such opening and closing hours have been signed and submitted to the Board by any organized and representative group of licensed barbers of at least 70 percent of the licensed barbers of any county. The Board may investigate the reasonableness and propriety of the hours fixed by such an agreement, as is conferred by the provisions of this chapter, and the Board may fix hours for any portion of a county.
7.The Board may adopt regulations governing the conduct of barber schools and the course of study of barber schools.
Section 643.050 — Powers and duties.,