2014 California Code
Business and Professions Code - BPC
DIVISION 8 - SPECIAL BUSINESS REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 4 - Horse Racing
ARTICLE 2 - General Administration and Enforcement
In performing its responsibilities pursuant to this chapter, the board may do the following:
(a) Pay membership fees, join, and participate in the affairs of associations having for their purpose the interchange of information relating to racing law enforcement, the licensing of horse racing participants, the registration of race horses, and subjects relating to the duties of the board.
(b) Tabulate, analyze, and publish statistical information based upon parimutuel handles, attendance, distribution of parimutuel proceeds among fees, commissions, purses, and awards, and upon the breeding and production of race horses or other information relating to parimutuel wagering.
(c) Conduct research to determine more fully the cause and prevention of horse racing accidents, the effects of drug substances on the race horses, and the means for detection of foreign drug substances.
(Amended by Stats. 2000, Ch. 1082, Sec. 28. Effective January 1, 2001.)
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