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c) Dispensers of controlled dangerous substances or practitioners registered to conduct research with controlled dangerous substances shall pay an annual fee of $40.00 at the time of application for registration or for renewal of registration. d) Incorporated humane societies or licensed animal control facilities registered to purchase
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