Indiana Code Title 4. State Offices and Administration § 4-33-22-34
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Sec. 34. Whenever a report under section 32 or 33 of this chapter is unsatisfactory to the state treasurer, the state treasurer may examine or cause to be examined the books and records of the person, club, corporation, or association and subpoena and examine, under oath, that person or officers and other persons as witnesses for the purpose of determining the total amount of the gross receipts derived from any contest, and the amount of tax due, under this chapter, which tax the state treasurer may upon examination, fix and determine. In case of default in the payment of any tax due, together with the expenses incurred in making the examination for a period of twenty (20) days after written notice to the delinquent person, club, corporation, or association of the amount fixed by the state treasurer as delinquent, the person, club, corporation, or association shall be disqualified from receiving any new license or permit, and the attorney general shall institute suit upon the bond filed under section 32 of this chapter, to recover the tax and penalties imposed by this chapter. In addition to the tax due from the delinquent person, club, corporation, or association, a penalty in the sum of not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000) for each offense shall be recovered by the attorney general for the state.
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