§ 35. Any person holding or conducting any meeting within the State at which racing of
horses shall be permitted for any stake, purse or reward or any person or persons
aiding, assisting or abetting in the holding or conducting of such meeting where racing
is held or conducted contrary to or in violation of any of the provisions and requirements
of this Act shall be guilty of a Class 4 felony. For the purpose of this Section, each day of racing in violation of the provisions
of this Act shall be considered as a separate and distinct offense. Any failure by any member of the Board to make public any violation of this Act
within a reasonable time of learning thereof shall be punished as a Class A misdemeanor
and issuance of a license prior to compliance with Section 20 shall be punishable
as a Class A misdemeanor.
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