Title 16, Article 1. General Provisions
This chapter may be cited and referred to as the "Acupuncture Regulations."
For the purpose of the regulations contained in this chapter, the terms
- (a) "Board" shall mean the Acupuncture Board.
- (b) "Code" shall mean the Business and Professions Code.
Except for those powers reserved exclusively to the “agency itself” under the Administrative Procedure Act Section 11500, et seq. of the Government Code, the board delegates and confers upon the executive officer of the board, or in his or her absence, the designee of the executive officer, all functions necessary to the dispatch of business of the board in connection with investigative and administrative proceedings under the jurisdiction of the board, including, but not limited to, the ability to approve settlement agreements for the revocation, surrender or interim suspension of a license.
Each person holding a license, registration, approval or any other authority issued under this chapter shall file his or her proper and current mailing address with the board, and shall notify the board, in writing, within thirty (30) days of any and all changes of mailing address, giving both the old and new address.