(A) No permit holder shall use any unlicensed person in any position in which a commission license is required; provided, however, that a representative of the commission may give temporary approval to the use of any person who has applied for a license.
(B) The commission shall issue licenses, also known as badges, to all licensees to be worn in an easily visible place and the color background shall dictate the areas to which the licensee may have access. The license and badge of the licensed person having access to such area must include a color photograph of that person to whom such license and badge is issued. The color photograph shall be an integral part of the license and badge itself. The commercial permit holder shall be responsible for any unlicensed person in the stable area or for any licensed person being in an area to which he or she is not entitled to have access. Any unlicensed person, given access to the stable area by the permit holder, is to be issued a temporary pass good for no more than one date, which pass shall be worn on that person where it is easily visible and that person shall be accompanied at all times by a licensed person who shall be responsible for that unlicensed person.
(C) Any trainer who trains horses for owners other than himself must submit a list of the names and addresses of such owners, to the stewards along with his own and the horses owned by each. Any trainer who engages grooms or other employees must submit a list of their names and addresses to the stewards. No trainer shall list any owner other than one for whom he has horses in his stable, nor for grooms or other employees other than those actively engaged and on his payroll. Any change of owners or grooms or other employees must be reported to the stewards immediately.
(D) Any person and a permit holder found in violation of this rule shall be subject to the penalties set forth in rule 3769-4-99 of the Administrative Code.