§ 5-13-8. Suspension or revocation of license.
Any license issued under this chapter may be suspended or revoked by the state board of inspection of horse riding schools, after a hearing, for any one or more of the following causes:
(1) Failure on the part of the holder of the license to provide suitable food, water, and shelter for the horses under his or her control;
(2) Maintenance by the holder of the license of an unsanitary or unfit stable;
(3) Failure on the part of the holder of the license to provide suitable saddles, bridles, harnesses, and other tack or equipment;
(4) The letting or use for riding or driving purposes of unfit horses;
(5) The permitting of horses to work more than eight (8) hours in any twenty-four (24) consecutive hours;
(6) The refusal by any holder of a license to allow a member of the board to enter and inspect the premises upon which a riding school is being operated or the obstruction by any holder of a license of any member of the state board of inspection of horse riding schools in the performance of his or her duties under this chapter;
(7) The commission by any license holder of any act prohibited by chapter 1 of title 4 or the suffering by the holder of a license of the commission of any act by any other person with relation to any horse under the control of that holder; and
(8) Any other cause that, in the opinion of the board, taking into consideration the welfare of the horses under his or her control, shows that the holder of a license is an unfit person to operate a riding school.
(P.L. 1943, ch. 1340, § 7; G.L. 1956, § 5-13-8.)