L-6 - Act respecting lotteries, publicity contests and amusement machines

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119. The Government may, by regulation,
(a)  prescribe whatever is required to be prescribed by regulation under this Act;
(b)  establish categories of licences according to the activities to be carried on;
(b.1)  determine, where a legal person is required to hold a licence relating to video lotteries, the persons who must also meet the conditions for the issue and maintenance of a licence;
(c)  determine the amount of duties for the issue, modification, maintenance or renewal of a licence or the obtention of an authorization, the fees for the examination of an application for the issue, modification or renewal of a licence or the obtention of an authorization, the fees for the issue of a duplicate and the terms and conditions of payment or reimbursement, which may vary according to the category of licence or authorization, or according to factors specified in the regulation;
(c.1)  prescribe the fees that the board may charge for a verification under section 52.15;
(d)  determine, in respect of lottery schemes, the categories of persons who may apply for a licence and the category of licence that a person may obtain;
(e)  fix, notwithstanding subparagraph c, the duties for the issue of a licence in respect of amusement machines where the person applying therefor is a non-profit organization pursuing strictly charitable, religious or educational purposes or purposes beneficial to the community;
(f)  determine, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 34, the reserves and settlements where the native communities are residing;
(g)  determine, for each game, the minimum payout rate of a video lottery other than a video lottery operated in a State casino.
The Government may also make any regulations it considers expedient for the application and enforcement of this Act.
The regulation under subparagraph g of the first paragraph shall be made on the joint recommendation of the Minister of Public Security and the Minister of Finance.
1978, c. 36, s. 119; 1983, c. 49, s. 32; 1991, c. 75, s. 5; 1993, c. 39, s. 70; 1993, c. 71, s. 46; 1997, c. 54, s. 7; 2001, c. 65, s. 9; 2011, c. 34, s. 123; 2011, c. 18, s. 66.
119. The Government may, by regulation,
(a)  prescribe whatever is required to be prescribed by regulation under this Act;
(b)  establish categories of licences according to the activities to be carried on;
(b.1)  determine, where a legal person is required to hold a licence relating to video lotteries, the persons who must also meet the conditions for the issue and maintenance of a licence;
(c)  determine the amount of duties for the issue, modification, maintenance or renewal of a licence or the obtention of an authorization, the fees for the examination of an application for the issue, modification or renewal of a licence or the obtention of an authorization, the fees for the issue of a duplicate and the terms and conditions of payment or reimbursement, which may vary according to the category of licence or authorization, according to factors specified in the regulation or, in the case of a licence relating to video lotteries, according to the number of machines authorized under the licence;
(c.1)  prescribe the fees that the board may charge for a verification under section 52.15;
(d)  determine, in respect of lottery schemes, the categories of persons who may apply for a licence and the category of licence that a person may obtain;
(e)  fix, notwithstanding subparagraph c, the duties for the issue of a licence in respect of amusement machines where the person applying therefor is a non-profit organization pursuing strictly charitable, religious or educational purposes or purposes beneficial to the community;
(f)  determine, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 34, the reserves and settlements where the native communities are residing;
(g)  determine, for each game, the minimum payout rate of a video lottery other than a video lottery operated in a State casino.
The Government may also make any regulations it considers expedient for the application and enforcement of this Act.
The regulation under subparagraph g of the first paragraph shall be made on the joint recommendation of the Minister of Public Security and the Minister of Finance.
1978, c. 36, s. 119; 1983, c. 49, s. 32; 1991, c. 75, s. 5; 1993, c. 39, s. 70; 1993, c. 71, s. 46; 1997, c. 54, s. 7; 2001, c. 65, s. 9; 2011, c. 34, s. 123.
119. The Government may, by regulation,
(a)  prescribe whatever is required to be prescribed by regulation under this Act;
(b)  establish categories of licences according to the activities to be carried on;
(b.1)  determine, where a legal person is required to hold a licence relating to video lotteries, the persons who must also meet the conditions for the issue and maintenance of a licence;
(c)  determine the amount of duties for the issue, modification, maintenance or renewal of a licence or the obtention of an authorization, the fees for the examination of an application for the issue, modification or renewal of a licence or the obtention of an authorization, the fees for the issue of a duplicate and the terms and conditions of payment or reimbursement, which may vary according to the category of licence or authorization, according to factors specified in the regulation or, in the case of a licence relating to video lotteries, according to the number of machines authorized under the licence;
(c.1)  prescribe the fees that a laboratory may charge for an inspection and certification under section 52.15;
(d)  determine, in respect of lottery schemes, the categories of persons who may apply for a licence and the category of licence that a person may obtain;
(e)  fix, notwithstanding subparagraph c, the duties for the issue of a licence in respect of amusement machines where the person applying therefor is a non-profit organization pursuing strictly charitable, religious or educational purposes or purposes beneficial to the community;
(f)  determine, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 34, the reserves and settlements where the native communities are residing;
(g)  determine, for each game, the minimum rate of return of a video lottery other than a video lottery operated in a State casino.
The Government may also make any regulations it considers expedient for the application and enforcement of this Act.
The regulation under subparagraph g of the first paragraph shall be made on the joint recommendation of the Minister of Public Security and the Minister of Finance.
1978, c. 36, s. 119; 1983, c. 49, s. 32; 1991, c. 75, s. 5; 1993, c. 39, s. 70; 1993, c. 71, s. 46; 1997, c. 54, s. 7; 2001, c. 65, s. 9.
119. The Government may, by regulation,
(a)  prescribe whatever is required to be prescribed by regulation under this Act;
(b)  establish categories of licences according to the activities to be carried on;
(b.1)  determine, where a legal person is required to hold a licence relating to video lotteries, the persons who must also meet the conditions for the issue and maintenance of a licence;
(c)  determine the amount of duties for the issue, modification or renewal of a licence or the obtention of an authorization, the fees for the examination of an application for the issue, modification or renewal of a licence or the obtention of an authorization, the fees for the issue of a duplicate and the terms and conditions of payment or reimbursement, which may vary according to the category of licence or authorization, according to factors specified in the regulation or, in the case of a licence relating to video lotteries, according to the number of machines authorized under the licence;
(c.1)  prescribe the fees that a laboratory may charge for an inspection and certification under section 52.15;
(d)  determine, in respect of lottery schemes, the categories of persons who may apply for a licence and the category of licence that a person may obtain;
(e)  fix, notwithstanding subparagraph c, the duties for the issue of a licence in respect of amusement machines where the person applying therefor is a non-profit organization pursuing strictly charitable, religious or educational purposes or purposes beneficial to the community;
(f)  determine, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 34, the reserves and settlements where the native communities are residing;
(g)  determine, for each game, the minimum rate of return of a video lottery other than a video lottery operated in a State casino.
The Government may also make any regulations it considers expedient for the application and enforcement of this Act.
The regulation under subparagraph g of the first paragraph shall be made on the joint recommendation of the Minister of Public Security and the Minister of Finance.
1978, c. 36, s. 119; 1983, c. 49, s. 32; 1991, c. 75, s. 5; 1993, c. 39, s. 70; 1993, c. 71, s. 46; 1997, c. 54, s. 7.
119. The Government may, by regulation,
(a)  prescribe whatever is required to be prescribed by regulation under this Act;
(b)  establish categories of licences according to the activities to be carried on;
(b.1)  determine, where a legal person is required to hold a licence relating to video lotteries, the persons who must also meet the conditions for the issue and maintenance of a licence;
(c)  determine the amount of duties for the issue or renewal of a licence or the obtaining of an authorization, the fees for the examination of an application for a licence or authorization and the terms and conditions of payment of duties and fees, which may vary according to the category of licence or authorization and, in the case of a licence relating to video lotteries, to the number of machines authorized by the licence;
(c.1)  prescribe the fees that a laboratory may charge for an inspection and certification under section 52.15;
(d)  determine, in respect of lottery schemes, the categories of persons who may apply for a licence and the category of licence that a person may obtain;
(e)  fix, notwithstanding subparagraph c, the duties for the issue of a licence in respect of amusement machines where the person applying therefor is a non-profit organization pursuing strictly charitable, religious or educational purposes or purposes beneficial to the community;
(f)  determine, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 34, the reserves and settlements where the native communities are residing;
(g)  determine, for each game, the minimum rate of return of a video lottery other than a video lottery operated in a State casino.
The Government may also make any regulations it considers expedient for the application and enforcement of this Act.
The regulation under subparagraph g of the first paragraph shall be made on the joint recommendation of the Minister of Public Security and the Minister of Finance.
1978, c. 36, s. 119; 1983, c. 49, s. 32; 1991, c. 75, s. 5; 1993, c. 39, s. 70; 1993, c. 71, s. 46.
119. The Government may, by regulation,
(a)  prescribe whatever is required to be prescribed by regulation under this Act;
(b)  establish categories of licences according to the activities to be carried on;
(b.1)  determine, where a legal person is required to hold a licence relating to video lotteries, the persons who must also meet the conditions for the issue and maintenance of a licence;
(c)  prescribe the amount of duties that a person applying for a licence or authorization must pay, which may vary according to the categories of licences and, in the case of a licence relating to video lotteries, according to the number of machines authorized by that licence;
(c.1)  prescribe the fees that a laboratory may charge for an inspection and certification under section 52.15;
(d)  determine, in respect of lottery schemes, the categories of persons who may apply for a licence and the category of licence that a person may obtain;
(e)  fix, notwithstanding subparagraph c, the duties for the issue of a licence in respect of amusement machines where the person applying therefor is a non-profit organization pursuing strictly charitable, religious or educational purposes or purposes beneficial to the community;
(f)  determine, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 34, the reserves and settlements where the native communities are residing;
(g)  determine, for each game, the rate of return of a video lottery other than a video lottery operated in a State casino.
The Government may also make any regulations it considers expedient for the application and enforcement of this Act.
The regulation under subparagraph g of the first paragraph shall be made on the joint recommendation of the Minister of Public Security and the Minister of Finance.
1978, c. 36, s. 119; 1983, c. 49, s. 32; 1991, c. 75, s. 5; 1993, c. 39, s. 70.
119. The Government may, by regulation,
(a)  prescribe whatever is required to be prescribed by regulation under this Act;
(b)  establish categories of licences according to the activities to be carried on;
(c)  prescribe the amount of the duties that a person applying for a licence is required to pay, which may vary according to the categories of licences;
(d)  determine, in respect of lottery schemes, the categories of persons who may apply for a licence and the category of licence that a person may obtain;
(e)  fix, notwithstanding subparagraph c, the duties for the issue of a licence in respect of amusement machines where the person applying therefor is a non-profit organization pursuing strictly charitable, religious or educational purposes or purposes beneficial to the community;
(f)  determine, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 34, the reserves and settlements where the native communities are residing.
The Government may also make any regulations it considers expedient for the application and enforcement of this Act.
1978, c. 36, s. 119; 1983, c. 49, s. 32; 1991, c. 75, s. 5.
119. The Government may, by regulation,
(a)  prescribe whatever is required to be prescribed by regulation under this Act;
(b)  establish categories of licences according to the activities to be carried on;
(c)  prescribe the amount of the duties that a person applying for a licence is required to pay, which may vary according to the categories of licences;
(d)  determine, in respect of lottery schemes, the categories of persons who may apply for a licence and the category of licence that a person may obtain;
(e)  fix, notwithstanding subparagraph c, the duties for the issue of a licence in respect of amusement machines where the person applying therefor is a non-profit organization pursuing strictly charitable, religious or educational purposes or purposes beneficial to the community.
The Government may also make any regulations it considers expedient for the application and enforcement of this Act.
1978, c. 36, s. 119; 1983, c. 49, s. 32.
119. The Government may make regulations to prescribe whatever is to be prescribed by regulation under this act, as well as any regulations it considers expedient for the application and enforcement of this act.
In force: 1979-03-13
It may also make regulations to fix duties different from those prescribed under section 34 for the issue of an amusement machine operator’s licence, where such operator is a non-profit organization operating, for exclusively charitable or religious purposes, or strictly for promoting leisure, sports, arts or culture, amusement machines within a charity fair, charity lottery, parish fair or any other similar community event, the duration of which does not exceed fifteen days.
1978, c. 36, s. 119.