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58 Pa. Code § 163.457. Veterinarian’s drug responsibility.

§ 163.457. Veterinarian’s drug responsibility.

 A veterinarian administering drugs or other substances to thoroughbred horses regulated by the Commission shall be responsible to see that the drugs or other substances are administered in accordance with this part. If a specimen sample and split sample test disclose the presence of a drug or substance prohibited by this part, the Commission or stewards may hold a hearing to determine whether the prohibited drug or substance was received by or administered to the horse in question by a veterinarian in violation of this part. If it is determined that a violation occurred, the Commission will apply the sanctions, whether by fine or suspension of license, as the Commission deems appropriate.


   The provisions of this §  163.457 adopted September 18, 1981, effective September 19, 1981, 11 Pa.B. 3221.

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