|Rule No.||Rule Title|
|1902||Conduct Detrimental to Horse Racing.|
|Rule Text||No licensee shall engage in any conduct prohibited by this Division nor shall any licensee engage in any conduct which by its nature is detrimental to the best interests of horse racing including, but not limited to:
(a) knowing association with any known bookmaker, known tout, or known felon,
(b) indictment or arrest for a crime involving moral turpitude or which is punishable by imprisonment in the state or federal prison, when such indictment or arrest is the subject of notorious or widespread publicity in the news media, and when there is probable cause to believe the licensee committed the offenses charged,
(c) solicitation of or aiding and abetting any other person to participate in any act or conduct prohibited by this Division.
NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 19440 and 19460, Business and Professions Code. Reference:Sections 19440, 19460 and 19572, Business and Professions Code.
1. Amendment filed 2-22-93; effective 3-24-93. |