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341.321 FEE SCHEDULE.

(a) The fee schedule for professional licenses issued by the commissioner is as follows:

(1) referees, $80 for each initial license and each renewal;

(2) promoters, $700 for each initial license and each renewal;

(3) judges and knockdown judges, $80 for each initial license and each renewal;

(4) trainers, $80 for each initial license and each renewal;

(5) ring announcers, $80 for each initial license and each renewal;

(6) seconds, $80 for each initial license and each renewal;

(7) timekeepers, $80 for each initial license and each renewal;

(8) combatants, $100 for each initial license and each renewal;

(9) managers, $80 for each initial license and each renewal; and

(10) ringside physicians, $80 for each initial license and each renewal.

In addition to the license fee and the late filing penalty fee in section 341.32, subdivision 2, if applicable, an individual who applies for a professional license on the same day the combative sporting event is held shall pay a late fee of $100 plus the original license fee of $120 at the time the application is submitted.

(b) The fee schedule for amateur licenses issued by the commissioner is as follows:

(1) referees, $80 for each initial license and each renewal;

(2) promoters, $700 for each initial license and each renewal;

(3) judges and knockdown judges, $80 for each initial license and each renewal;

(4) trainers, $80 for each initial license and each renewal;

(5) ring announcers, $80 for each initial license and each renewal;

(6) seconds, $80 for each initial license and each renewal;

(7) timekeepers, $80 for each initial license and each renewal;

(8) combatant, $60 for each initial license and each renewal;

(9) managers, $80 for each initial license and each renewal; and

(10) ringside physicians, $80 for each initial license and each renewal.

(c) The commissioner shall establish a contest fee for each combative sport contest. The professional combative sport contest fee is $1,500 per event or not more than four percent of the gross ticket sales, whichever is greater, as determined by the commissioner when the combative sport contest is scheduled, the amateur combative sport contest fee shall be $1,500 or not more than four percent of the gross ticket sales, whichever is greater. The commissioner shall consider the size and type of venue when establishing a contest fee. The commissioner may establish the maximum number of complimentary tickets allowed for each event by rule. A professional or amateur combative sport contest fee is nonrefundable.

(d) All fees and penalties collected by the commissioner must be deposited in the commissioner account in the special revenue fund.