Whenever any promoter fails to make a report of any contest or wrestling exhibition
within the period prescribed by this chapter, or whenever such report is unsatisfactory
to the commission, the executive officer, or his or her duly authorized representative
may examine, or cause to be examined, the books and records of the promoter and any
other persons or organizations, and subpoena and examine under oath, such persons
for the purpose of determining the total amount of the gross receipts for any contest
or wrestling exhibition and the amount of tax due pursuant to this chapter, which
tax he or she may fix and determine as a result of such examination.
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