Article 5. Revenue of California Health And Safety Code >> Division 2. >> Chapter 4. >> Article 5.
(a) Each application for a license or license renewal under
this chapter shall be accompanied by a fee determined by the director
by regulations and in an amount sufficient to cover the cost of
administering this chapter but not to exceed those costs, as
specified pursuant to Section 1616.5.
(b) The state department shall receive and account for all moneys
received pursuant to this chapter and shall deposit them with the
Treasurer for deposit in the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Fund
established pursuant to Section 1302 of the Business and Professions
Code. All funds received pursuant to this chapter shall, upon
appropriation, be expended to administer this chapter.
(c) Each license issued under this chapter shall expire 12 months
from the date of its issuance. Application for renewal of license
accompanied by the fee shall be filed with the department not less
than 10 days prior to the expiration each year. Failure to make a
timely renewal shall result in expiration of the license.
(a) The fee required pursuant to Section 1616 for the
calendar year commencing January 1, 1992, and for each fiscal year
thereafter unless adjusted pursuant to subdivision (b), shall not
exceed the following:
One thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500) for a blood bank and no
more than one blood collection center operated at the same location
as the blood bank. In addition and irrespective of the location of
the blood collection center, a fee of five hundred dollars ($500) for
each additional blood collection center operated by the blood bank
up to a maximum of one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500) for
three or more blood collection centers.
(b) The maximum application and renewal fees for blood bank
licenses pursuant to subdivision (a) shall be adjusted annually in
the manner specified in Section 100450. The adjustments shall be
rounded off to the nearest whole dollar.
(c) This chapter shall not be interpreted to exempt the state, a
district, city, county, or city and county, from payment of fees or
from meeting the requirements established pursuant to this chapter or
regulations adopted thereunder.