Violations of Laws or Rules
Any licensee who violates the laws of the State of Oregon, with the exception of minor traffic violations, or the rules of the Boxing and Wrestling Commission, or who fails or refuses to comply with a valid order of a representative of the Superintendent, or at any time or in any place behaves in a manner which is deemed by the Superintendent to reflect discredit to boxing or wrestling, or who aids or abets any person's violations of these laws or rules is subject to a license revocation, or the licensee may be fined, suspended or otherwise disciplined in such manner as the Superintendent may direct.
Dealing with Unlicensed or Suspended Persons Prohibited
No licensee shall enter into any agreement under the jurisdiction of the Superintendent with any unlicensed person, nor shall any licensee have any such dealings related to boxing with any person or club whose license is currently under suspension, or revoked, or whose application for a license has been denied.
Abuse of Officials
No licensee shall verbally or physically abuse any representative of the Superintendent in connection with the conduct of any regulated boxing or wrestling event or in connection with the representative's performance of any official duty.
Every promoter and manager shall maintain a full, true and accurate set of books and records in connection with all licensed activities. These records and any other records required by statute or rule shall be kept for at least five years and shall be open to inspection and audit by representatives of the Superintendent upon reasonable notice.
As a part of any investigation conducted by the Superintendent concerning the regulation of boxing in Oregon and for good cause shown, upon written request by the Superintendent, a licensee or applicant for a license shall submit a written financial statement to the Superintendent made under penalty of perjury which shall include an itemization of all assets and liabilities of the licensee or applicant and such other financial information as the Superintendent may request.
No promoter or any member, stockholder, director or officer thereof or matchmaker or assistant matchmaker shall act directly or indirectly as manager of a boxer.
Advances to Boxer or Manager
Without prior written permission of the Superintendent, no promoter shall, directly or indirectly, incur any indebtedness on behalf of a boxer, wrestler or manager whereby such person is obligated to repay such indebtedness. No promoter at any time shall, directly or indirectly, make any loan or advance to any manager.
Licensees Must Report Sham Contests
Any person, licensed by the Superintendent who is approached from any source with a request or suggestion that a sham or collusive contest be entered into or that the contest shall not be conducted honestly and fairly shall immediately report the matter to the Director.
Procedure When License Denied or Revoked
(1) Any applicant who has been denied an application for a license may not file a similar application until one year from the date of the last previous denial by the Superintendent. Any application filed within the one year period may be denied without the necessity of a hearing.
(2) Anyone who has had a license revoked may not petition for reinstatement or apply for a new license until one year after the date of such revocation. Any petition for reinstatement filed within the one year period may be denied without the necessity of a hearing.
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