Floridas Profit from Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1932-03-12


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FLORIDAS PROFIT FROM RACING MIAMI, Fla., March 11 The recently published report of secretary M. H. Mabry, of the Florida Racing Commission, tells of just what the sport means to Florida in direct revenue. The figures show that for the period ending March 4 the sport "has brought in -38,843.63. This revenue has come from the percentage of money wagered under the pari-mutuel system, tax on admissions and fees derived from the various licenses issued trainers, jockeys and employes in general, for every employe, whether employed by a racing association or by a racing stable is required to pay an occupation tax of 0.

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