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Subchapter I. FILM PATROL


185.191.    Film patrol system permitted.
185.192.    Projection room.
185.193.    Mutilation of film.
185.194.    Identification.
185.195.    Copy to Commission and preservation.

§ 185.191. Film patrol system permitted.

 Every association may install and operate a system, approved by the Commission, for taking motion pictures of every race in such manner that the pictures will show the position and action of the horses and drivers in clear photography at a range or distance to be clearly and easily discernable. If provided, a film patrol system shall be utilized by an association in the manner set forth under this subchapter.

§ 185.192. Projection room.

 A convenient, large and properly equipped projection room shall be provided by the association for the viewing of such pictures.

§ 185.193. Mutilation of film.

 No one shall cut, mutilate or change any film patrol picture.

§ 185.194. Identification.

 All pictures shall be identified by indicating thereon the day, the number of the race and the name of the association at which the race was held.

§ 185.195.  Copy to Commission and preservation.

 The association shall furnish the Commission with a clear positive print of every picture film of a race in which an inquiry is held. All films of races shall be preserved by the association for at least 2 years after the close of the meeting during which it was taken.

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