Missouri Revised Statutes Title XXI. Public Safety and Morals § 313.520. Employees--executive director of gaming commission, duties
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1. The horse racing commission shall not hire any person to be an employee of the commission.
2. The duties of the executive director of the gaming commission, in addition to all other duties prescribed by law, shall include the following:
(1) Taking and preserving records of all proceedings before the commission, maintaining its books, documents, and records, and making them available for public inspection;
(2) If so designated by the commission, acting as a hearing officer in hearings;
(3) Acting as the commission's chief personnel officer and supervising the employment, conduct, duties, and discipline of commission employees; and
(4) Performing other duties as directed by the commission.
3. Except as provided in subdivision (7) of section 313.560, the officials at any race meeting, as this term is customarily understood in racing, including by way of enumeration only and not in limitation, placing judges, patrol judges, clerks of the scales, starters and assistants, handicapper, timer, paddock judge, veterinarians, racing secretary and clerk of the course shall be paid by the race track licensee.
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