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    Chapter 5: New Jersey Racing Commission, powers, duties; definitons.

      Section: 5:5-28: Books for record of proceedings; public inspection; reports; record of yeas and nays

           Said commissioners shall provide books to be kept apart and distinct from the records of any other State commission or department, and in said books keep a true, faithful and correct record of all proceedings, which shall be open to the public, and shall make complete reports of all of its proceedings to the Governor annually or more frequently if requested so to do by the Governor; provided, however, that financial and character reports of applicants for permits or licenses and statements of applicants for permits or licenses and similar information of a private nature may be kept in the confidential files of the commission.

The yeas and nays shall be taken and entered on the record of all proceedings of said commissioners upon any and all questions.

L.1940, c. 17, p. 72, s. 8.

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