|(a) The commission shall charge a fee of $15 for the initial certification and each renewal certification of marine sanitation devices. (b) The commission shall charge a fee of $35 for the initial certification and $25 for the renewal certification of a boat pump-out station. Inspections of boat pump-out stations may be required prior to certification. (c) If a certification decal becomes illegible or is destroyed, a replacement decal can be obtained from the executive director for a fee of $2.00. (d) The commission may delegate the administration and performance of the certification function to another governmental entity in the state. When such delegation occurs, the governmental entity shall have the authority to administer and perform the certification functions contained in this subchapter within its jurisdictional boundaries. Compliance with the certification requirements of the delegated governmental entity is deemed to be in compliance with applicable provisions of this subchapter if such requirements are as restrictive in prohibiting the discharge of sewage from boats as the provisions in this subchapter. On furnishing proof of certification by a delegated governmental entity, a copy of the certification requirements that governs the discharge of sewage from boats inside the jurisdiction of the governmental entity, and a $2.00 fee payable to the commission for issuance of decals, the boat owner will obtain a certification decal from the executive director in order to locate the boat on surface water in the state outside the jurisdiction of the governmental entity.