Kentucky Senate Passes the Chinn Bill: Vote Almest Unanimous-Three Amendments Adopted-That it Will Become a Law Seems Certain, Daily Racing Form, 1906-03-07


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KENTUCKY SENATE PASSES THE CHINN BILL. Vote Almost Unanimous Three Amendments Adopted That it Will Become a Law Seems Certain. Frankfort, Ky., March C The Chinn State Racing Commission bill passed the senate today by a vote of 32 to 4, with amendments as follows. First That where a track license is revoked the commission must make a public record of reasons and the track may appeal to the courts to review the revocation. Second That the commission cannot refuse to give as many as forty racing days each year to any association having a license, if that many days or oer are asked for. Third The bill shall not apply to trotting tracks. An antl-poolroom substitute for the bill was ruled out of order, because not geriualn. 1assage of the measure by the house is assured by Saturday it is claimed. Louisville. Ky.. March 5. General Manager M. J. Winn, of the New Louisville Jockey Club, is in perfect accordance with the Chiim bill and its objects, as is also J. B. Respess, one of the chief stockholders of the Latonia track. They claim it is a victory for high class racing and will prevent any clashes In racing dates. Secretary John Haehuieister, who represents the Cella Interests here, and Is superintending the new Douglass Park track, had little to say as to the hill.

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