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

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20.1. With respect to video lotteries operated elsewhere than in a State casino, the board may make rules to
(a)  determine the conditions for obtaining a prescribed licence and the standards, restrictions or prohibitions relating to their use;
(b)  determine the conditions for obtaining an authorization to transport machines;
(c)  determine the categories of prescribed licences or the cases where notice of an application for a licence must be published in newspapers;
(d)  determine the types, components, specifications and mode of operation of video lottery machines;
(d.1)  (subparagraph repealed);
(e)  determine the categories of establishments where video lottery machines may be operated, the places where such establishments may be situated as well as the location of such machines within the establishments;
(f)  determine, for the category of licence the board indicates, the maximum number of machines that a licence holder may have in his possession;
(g)  determine the conditions relating to the participation of players;
(h)  determine the reports that licence holders must submit, the form of such reports and the information that the reports must contain, which may vary according to the categories of licences;
(i)  determine the registers and financial statements that licence holders must keep, the information that such documents must contain, the length of time for which and the place in which they must be preserved and the standards relating to the disposal of the amounts collected by licence holders, which may vary according to the categories of licences;
(j)  establish standards, restrictions or prohibitions relating to video lottery promotion, advertising and educational programs, some or all of which may only apply to certain categories of persons;
(k)  (subparagraph replaced);
(l)  establish standards relating to the maintenance of public order and to the safety of persons on premises where video lottery activities are taking place;
(m)  establish standards relating to the transport of video lottery machines.
In establishing the standards referred to in subparagraphs a, g and j of the first paragraph, the board may take into account the age, Canadian citizenship, place of residence, morality and judicial antecedents of a person.
The board may, on establishing rules under this section, exempt all the licence holders of the category governed by those rules from the application of all or some of such rules, on the conditions and for the period it determines.
Every rule shall be submitted to the Government for approval. The rules referred to in subparagraph d of the first paragraph shall be submitted to the Government on the joint recommendation of the Minister of Public Security and the Minister of Finance.
1993, c. 39, s. 51; 1993, c. 71, s. 27; 1995, c. 4, s. 1; 2001, c. 77, s. 4; 2011, c. 34, s. 120.
20.1. With respect to video lotteries operated elsewhere than in a State casino, the board may make rules to
(a)  determine the conditions for obtaining a prescribed licence and the standards, restrictions or prohibitions relating to their use;
(b)  determine the conditions for obtaining an authorization to transport machines;
(c)  determine the categories of prescribed licences or the cases where notice of an application for a licence must be published in newspapers;
(d)  determine the types, components, specifications and mode of operation of video lottery machines;
(d.1)  determine the intervals between inspections of a video lottery machine;
(e)  determine the categories of establishments where such machines may be operated, the places where such establishments may be situated as well as the location of such machines within the establishments;
(f)  determine, for the category of licence the board indicates, the maximum number of machines that a licence holder may have in his possession;
(g)  determine the conditions relating to the participation of players;
(h)  determine the reports that licence holders must submit, the form of such reports and the information that the reports must contain, which may vary according to the categories of licences;
(i)  determine the registers and financial statements that licence holders must keep, the information that such documents must contain, the length of time for which and the place in which they must be preserved and the standards relating to the disposal of the amounts collected by licence holders, which may vary according to the categories of licences;
(j)  establish standards, restrictions or prohibitions relating to video lottery promotion, advertising and educational programs, some or all of which may only apply to certain categories of persons;
(k)  (subparagraph replaced);
(l)  establish standards relating to the maintenance of public order and to the safety of persons on premises where video lottery activities are taking place;
(m)  establish standards relating to the transport of video lottery machines.
In establishing the standards referred to in subparagraphs a, g and j of the first paragraph, the board may take into account the age, Canadian citizenship, place of residence, morality and judicial antecedents of a person.
The board may, on establishing rules under this section, exempt all the licence holders of the category governed by those rules from the application of all or some of such rules, on the conditions and for the period it determines.
Every rule shall be submitted to the Government for approval. The rules referred to in subparagraph d of the first paragraph shall be submitted to the Government on the joint recommendation of the Minister of Public Security and the Minister of Finance.
1993, c. 39, s. 51; 1993, c. 71, s. 27; 1995, c. 4, s. 1; 2001, c. 77, s. 4.
20.1. With respect to video lotteries operated elsewhere than in a State casino, the board may make rules to
(a)  determine the conditions for obtaining a prescribed licence and the standards, restrictions or prohibitions relating to their use;
(b)  determine the conditions for obtaining an authorization to transport machines;
(c)  determine the categories of prescribed licences or the cases where notice of an application for a licence must be published in newspapers;
(d)  determine the types, components, specifications and mode of operation of video lottery machines;
(d.1)  determine the intervals between inspections of a video lottery machine;
(e)  determine the categories of establishments where such machines may be operated, the places where such establishments may be situated as well as the location of such machines within the establishments;
(f)  determine, for the category of licence the board indicates, the maximum number of machines that a licence holder may have in his possession;
(g)  determine the conditions relating to the participation of players;
(h)  determine the reports that licence holders must submit, the form of such reports and the information that the reports must contain, which may vary according to the categories of licences;
(i)  determine the registers and financial statements that licence holders must keep, the information that such documents must contain, the length of time for which and the place in which they must be preserved and the standards relating to the disposal of the amounts collected by licence holders, which may vary according to the categories of licences;
(j)  establish standards, restrictions or prohibitions relating to video lottery promotion, advertising and educational programs, some or all of which may only apply to certain categories of persons;
(k)  (subparagraph replaced);
(l)  establish standards relating to the maintenance of public order and to the safety of persons on premises where video lottery activities are taking place;
(m)  establish standards relating to the transport of video lottery machines.
In establishing the standards referred to in subparagraphs a, g and j of the first paragraph, the board may take into account the age, Canadian citizenship, place of residence, morality and judicial antecedents of a person.
Every rule shall be submitted to the Government for approval. The rules referred to in subparagraph d of the first paragraph shall be submitted to the Government on the joint recommendation of the Minister of Public Security and the Minister of Finance.
1993, c. 39, s. 51; 1993, c. 71, s. 27; 1995, c. 4, s. 1.
20.1. With respect to video lotteries operated elsewhere than in a State casino, the board may make rules to
(a)  determine the conditions for obtaining a prescribed licence and the standards, restrictions or prohibitions relating to their use;
(b)  determine the conditions for obtaining an authorization to transport machines;
(c)  determine the categories of prescribed licences or the cases where notice of an application for a licence must be published in newspapers;
(d)  determine the types, components, specifications and mode of operation of video lottery machines;
(d.1)  determine the intervals between inspections of a video lottery machine;
(e)  determine the categories of establishments where such machines may be operated, the places where such establishments may be situated as well as the location of such machines within the establishments;
(f)  determine, for each category of licence, the number of machines that a licence holder may have in his possession;
(g)  determine the conditions relating to the participation of players;
(h)  determine the reports that licence holders must submit, the form of such reports and the information that the reports must contain, which may vary according to the categories of licences;
(i)  determine the registers and financial statements that licence holders must keep, the information that such documents must contain, the length of time for which and the place in which they must be preserved and the standards relating to the disposal of the amounts collected by licence holders, which may vary according to the categories of licences;
(j)  establish standards, restrictions or prohibitions relating to video lottery promotion, advertising and educational programs, some or all of which may only apply to certain categories of persons;
(k)  (subparagraph replaced);
(l)  establish standards relating to the maintenance of public order and to the safety of persons on premises where video lottery activities are taking place;
(m)  establish standards relating to the transport of video lottery machines.
In establishing the standards referred to in subparagraphs a, g and j of the first paragraph, the board may take into account the age, Canadian citizenship, place of residence, morality and judicial antecedents of a person.
Every rule shall be submitted to the Government for approval. The rules referred to in subparagraph d of the first paragraph shall be submitted to the Government on the joint recommendation of the Minister of Public Security and the Minister of Finance.
1993, c. 39, s. 51; 1993, c. 71, s. 27.
20.1. With respect to video lotteries operated elsewhere than in a State casino, the board may make rules to
(a)  determine the conditions for obtaining a prescribed licence and the standards, restrictions or prohibitions relating to their use;
(b)  determine the conditions for obtaining an authorization to transport machines;
(c)  determine the categories of prescribed licences or the cases where notice of an application for a licence must be published in newspapers;
(d)  determine the types, components, specifications and mode of operation of video lottery machines;
(e)  determine the categories of establishments where such machines may be operated, the places where such establishments may be situated as well as the location of such machines within the establishments;
(f)  determine, for each category of licence, the number of machines that a licence holder may have in his possession;
(g)  determine the conditions relating to the participation of players;
(h)  determine the reports that licence holders must submit, the form of such reports and the information that the reports must contain, which may vary according to the categories of licences;
(i)  determine the registers and financial statements that licence holders must keep, the information that such documents must contain and the standards relating to the disposal of the amounts collected by licence holders, which may vary according to the categories of licences;
(j)  establish standards, restrictions and prohibitions relating to the promotion or advertising of video lotteries;
(k)  establish standards relating to video lottery educational programs;
(l)  establish standards relating to the maintenance of public order and to the safety of persons on premises where video lottery activities are taking place;
(m)  establish standards relating to the transport of video lottery machines.
In establishing the standards referred to in subparagraphs a, g, j and k of the first paragraph, the board may take into account the age, Canadian citizenship, place of residence, morality and judicial antecedents of a person.
Every rule shall be submitted to the Government for approval. The rules referred to in subparagraph d of the first paragraph shall be submitted to the Government on the joint recommendation of the Minister of Public Security and the Minister of Finance.
1993, c. 39, s. 51.