Kan. Admin. Regs. § 112-11-21 - Prohibited acts

Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 14, April 7, 2022

(a) When on the grounds of a racetrack facility, a person shall not:
(1) violate a federal, state or local criminal or civil law;
(2) unless authorized by the commission, possess a firearm or other dangerous weapon;
(3) damage or destroy property of the racetrack facility or adjoining facilities;
(4) smoke in nonsmoking areas designated by the commission;
(5) unless authorized by the stewards or racing judges, communicate or attempt to communicate with a jockey or driver during racing hours, or attempt to gain entrance to the jockeys' and drivers' quarters at any time;
(6) fail to secure an occupation license if required for performance of duties at the racetrack facility;
(7) employ unlicensed personnel;
(8) alter or forge a prescription for medication for a racing animal;
(9) mar or alter any identification mark on any racing animal;
(10) unless authorized by the stewards or racing judges, use any radio transmitter or other transmitting device at a racetrack facility during a race meet;
(11) unless authorized by the commission, transmit or receive or attempt to transmit or receive wagering information through the use of a communication device; or
(12) participate in a race meet while suspended by the official racing body of any racing jurisdiction.
(b) When on the grounds of any racetrack facility where the licensee is employed, the following occupation licensees shall not wager or cause anyone to wager on their behalf at any time:
(1) general manager;
(2) executive director;
(3) director of mutuels;
(4) director of racing;
(5) racing secretary;
(6) lead out;
(7) starter;
(8) paddock judge;
(9) clerk of scales;
(10) clocker;
(11) photo finish operator;
(12) identifier;
(13) lure operator;
(14) brakeman;
(15) horsemen's bookkeeper;
(16) chartwriter;
(17) placing judge;
(18) kennel master;
(19) patrol judge; and
(20) assistants to any of these positions.
(c) When on the grounds of any racetrack facility where the licensee is employed, the following occupation licensees shall not wager or cause anyone to wager on their behalf while on duty:
(1) jockey;
(2) jockey room attendant;
(3) mutuel employee;
(4) outrider;
(5) pony person;
(6) track superintendent;
(7) testing technician; and
(8) assistants to any of these positions.
(d) An occupation licensee shall not display the occupation license while wagering at any racetrack facility.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 112-11-21
Authorized by K.S.A. 1993 Supp. 74-8804; implementing K.S.A. 1993 Supp. 74-8804 and 74-8810; effective, T-112-2-23-89, Feb. 23, 1989; effective June 19, 1989; amended, T-112-2-15-91, Feb. 15, 1991; amended June 10, 1991; amended Sept. 6, 1994.

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