Prohibited activities by licensees.
Violation of the following shall be considered grounds for denial or suspension of an occupation license or imposition of a forfeiture or both:
No licensed person shall allow another person use of the license badge for the purpose of transferring any of its benefits. No license is transferable and no duplicate license shall be issued except upon payment of a fee prescribed by the division.
All licensees when present in a restricted area or in the employment of the association shall prominently display the badge issued by the division.
No person shall offer, promise, give, accept or solicit a bribe in any form, directly or indirectly, to or by a person having any connection with the outcome of a race.
No person shall cause or attempt to cause, or participate in any way in any attempt to cause the pre-arrangement of a race result.
No person shall fail to report knowledge of the offering, promising, giving, accepting, or soliciting a bribe in any form, directly or indirectly, to or by a person having any connection with the outcome of a race.
No person shall fail to report knowledge of the causing or attempting to cause or participation in any way in any attempt to cause the pre-arrangement of a race result.
No person shall enter or permit a greyhound to be entered in a race if that person knows the greyhound was trained with any live lure or bait.
No person shall enter or permit a dog to be entered in a race if that person knows that the dog was trained in a state that does not specifically prohibit the use of live lures or bait in a race or training for entry in a race.
No person shall have been convicted of using a live lure or bait in the training of a greyhound.
No person shall engage in cruelty to or neglect of a greyhound entrusted to a licensee's care.
No person shall have been convicted of cruelty to or neglect of an animal.
No person shall possess a battery, buzzer, electrical, mechanical or other device which could be used to alter the speed of a greyhound in a race or workout.
No person shall engage in the illegal sale, possession, receipt or use of a controlled substance, paraphernalia used in conjunction with a controlled substance, or intoxicant; use of profanity; fighting; or any conduct of a disorderly nature on association grounds.
No person shall have been convicted of illegal possession of firearms. No person other than security guards licensed by the division and any other applicable licensing authority who are on duty, and on-duty police personnel, shall be in possession of firearms on the grounds of the racetrack enclosure.
No person shall engage in any activity or practice which in the opinion of the division is detrimental to the best interests of racing in the state of Wisconsin.
No person shall alter or forge a prescription for medication for a greyhound.
No person shall mar or alter any identification mark on a greyhound.
No person shall knowingly allow an unlicensed person to participate in a race meet if the licensee knows or should know that the person is required to be licensed.
A person shall immediately report to the division the unlicensed participation in a race meet of any unlicensed person who the licensee knows or should know is required to be licensed.
No person shall smoke in any designated "No Smoking" area on the grounds of the association.
No person shall kill any animal or use any animal that has been killed for the purpose of training of a greyhound.
No person shall submit or knowingly allow to be submitted to the division, association or the national greyhound association any report or document which contains false or misleading information.
No person shall cash or offer to cash for another individual, a pari-mutuel ticket requiring the submission of a withholding statement or accept any form of compensation for cashing a pari-mutuel ticket for another individual.
No person shall possess or bring into the paddock any food, candy, gum, tobacco products or drink.
No person shall write, issue, make or present any check in payment to the division when that person knows or should reasonably know that the check will be refused by the bank upon which it is written, or that the account upon which the check is written has insufficient funds.
No person shall fail to disclose the true ownership or interest in any greyhound.
No person shall enter for official racing or schooling, or cause to allow to be entered, a greyhound that the licensee knows or should know does not meet all entry requirements.
Game 13.23 History
Cr. Register, March, 1990, No. 411
, eff. 4-1-90; am. (14), Register, July, 1990, No. 415
, eff. 8-1-90; CR 03-070
: am. (8) and (13), cr. (16) to (26) Register November 2003 No. 575
, eff. 12-1-03.
A creditor who alleges an unpaid obligation or default in obligation directly relating to greyhound racing shall submit to the division a court judgment describing the same. The stewards shall notify the licensee that a judgment has been filed with the division and the individual shall have 30 days to satisfy said judgment.
In the event the licensee appeals the court judgment within 30 days, the stewards shall not take any action against the licensee until the appeal is denied. If after the 30 days the judgment remains unsatisfied and no further court action has been initiated by the licensee, the stewards may suspend the individual's occupational license or deny the pending license application.
Game 13.24 History
History: CR 03-070
: cr. Register November 2003 No. 575
, eff. 12-1-03.