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58 Pa. Code § 171.63. Impermissible conduct.

§ 171.63. Impermissible conduct.

 (a)  While at a nonprimary location, no person may:

   (1)  Use improper, profane or indecent language to a racing official, licensee or Commission employe.

   (2)  Disturb the peace or make himself obnoxious to others.

 (b)  Wagering within the confines of a nonprimary location other than through pari-mutuel machines approved by the Commission is prohibited. A person making a handbook or wagering with a handbook, or soliciting wagers to be made on races received at the nonprimary location or on races elsewhere, shall be ejected from the nonprimary location and denied further admission. No gaming device other than that permitted by law will be allowed within a nonprimary location. Cards, dice and petty games of chance are prohibited.

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