36-16-17. Licenses--Biennial fees.

The State Electrical Commission shall promulgate rules, pursuant to chapter 1-26, to establish and collect biennial fees for licenses. The class of electricians who may be licensed under this chapter, and biennial fees required to be paid for the license, may not exceed the following:

(1)    Electrical contractor: biennial license fee, two hundred dollars;

(2)    Journeyman electrician: biennial license fee, eighty dollars;

(3)    Class B electrician: biennial license fee, two hundred dollars;

(4)    Electrical inspector: biennial license fee, one hundred twenty dollars;

(5)    Inactive Class B electrician, inactive electrical contractor, inactive 501(d) electrician, or inactive journeyman electrician: biennial license fee, eighty dollars;

(6)    Maintenance electrician: biennial license fee, one hundred twenty dollars;

(7)    501(d) electrician; biennial license fee, one hundred twenty dollars.

Before a license is granted to any applicant and for the biennial renewal of such license the applicant shall pay to the treasurer the fee required for the class of license applied for.

Source: SL 1963, ch 216, §§ 7, 13; SL 1986, ch 302, § 26; SL 1986, ch 315, § 7; SL 1987, ch 279, § 2; SL 1991, ch 308, §§ 3, 6; SL 1997, ch 219, § 1; SL 2009, ch 183, § 4; SL 2021, ch 178, § 2.