Haw. Code R. § 16-74-19 - License required

Current through February, 2022

Each professional boxer, before entering a contest or exhibition, shall secure a boxer's license. Application for a boxer's license must be filed with the commission not less than five days before the meeting of the commission at which the application could be considered. The application shall be accompanied by:

(1) License fee (nonrefundable);
(2) Two passport-size photographs; and
(3) Report from a physician duly appointed by the commission, stating that the applicant is in satisfactory physical and mental health to engage in boxing contests, which report shall include evidence that he is free from active venereal diseases or other contagious diseases together with a satisfactory report of an eye examination.

The examining physician shall present evidence that the applicant has had within ten days, a proper serological test for syphilis. A physician's report shall furthermore indicate that there is no postured or skeletal difficulty, recent fracture, heart or blood or kidney disease, or any recent acute illness which might in any way endanger the life or health of a boxer entering a contest. A history of previous head injury shall be cause for an unsatisfactory report. Loss of vision or impaired vision may be cause for an unsatisfactory report.

Notes

Haw. Code R. § 16-74-19
[Eff 10/2/81; comp 10/5/91] (Auth: HRS § 440-6) (Imp: HRS §§ 440-12, 440-14)

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