Haw. Code R. § 16-74-34 - Injury or illness; duty to report

Current through February, 2022

(a) Whenever a licensed boxer, because of injury or illness, is unable to take part in a contest for which he is under contract, he or his manager must immediately report the fact to the commission, or if on another island, to the deputy commissioner, and submit immediately to an examination by a physician designated by the commission. The examining fee of the physician is to be paid by the boxer or club if the latter requests the examination.
(b) Whenever a licensed boxer suffers any injury or illness within two weeks prior to a contest for which he is under contract, or visits a physician for any injury or illness within two weeks prior to a contest for which he is under contract, the boxer or his manager shall immediately report such injury or illness or such visit to the commission, or if on another island, to the deputy commissioner, and the boxer shall submit immediately to an examination by a physician designated by the commission.
(c) Any examination conducted pursuant to this section shall be made prior to the contest. The physician shall determine whether the boxer is physically fit for competition; and the physician shall file a report of his findings and his recommendations to the commission prior to the contest.

Notes

Haw. Code R. § 16-74-34
[Eff 10/2/81; comp 10/5/91] (Auth: HRS § 440-6) (Imp: HRS § 440-9)

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