Any corporation or association licensed to conduct pari-mutuel betting at a quarter
horse race meeting shall provide a place or places within race meeting grounds or
enclosure at which such licensee shall conduct the pari-mutuel system of betting by
its patrons on the result of the quarter horse races at such meetings. Such licensee shall cause to be erected a sign or board upon which shall be displayed
the approximate straight odds on each horse in any race; the total amount wagered
upon each horse in each pool; the value of a two dollar winning mutuel ticket, straight,
place or show on the first three horses in any race; the elapsed time of the race;
the value of a two dollar winning daily double ticket, if a daily double be conducted,
and any other information that the state gaming commission may deem necessary for
the guidance of the general public. All machines and equipment used for pari-mutuel betting or for the display of the
foregoing information must be approved by the state gaming commission and the state
tax commission before being used, but neither the board nor the commission shall require
the installation of any particular make of mechanical or electrical equipment.
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