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165.1.    General provisions.

§ 165.1. General provisions.

 (a)  Liability. A person, firm or corporation licensed by the Commission, or a person, firm or corporation subject to the jurisdiction of the Commission, violating this part is liable to the penalties provided in this section, unless otherwise limited in this part.

 (b)  Attempt to violate. An attempt to violate the law or this part falling short of actual accomplishment, shall constitute an offense and shall be punishable as if consummated.

 (c)  Penalties. Penalties may include the following:

   (1)  The penalties for violation of the law or this part may include the following:

     (i)   Denial, revocation or suspension of license.

     (ii)   Monetary fines not exceeding $5,000 for each violation.

     (iii)   Suspension from one or more activities at one or more tracks.

     (iv)   Expulsion from thoroughbred racing in this Commonwealth.

     (v)   Forfeiture of purse.

     (vi)   Other penalties or sanctions permitted by the act and this subpart and appear proper and appropriate to the Commission or stewards.

   (2)  The penalties provided in paragraph (1), were applicable, may be exacted from all persons, whether licensed by the Commission or not who utilize the facilities of a licensed enclosure or participate in racing activities regulated by this Commission.

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