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

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23. (Repealed).
1978, c. 36, s. 23; 1983, c. 49, s. 25; 1987, c. 103, s. 119; 1990, c. 46, s. 24; 1993, c. 39, s. 52.
23. The board has, to the exclusion of any tribunal, jurisdiction
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  to hear and decide, in respect of the organization and conduct of and the awarding of prizes under a lottery scheme or publicity contest and the method of operation of an amusement machine, any litigation between a person participating in a lottery scheme and the holder of the licence relating to that scheme, between a person participating in a publicity contest and the person for whom the contest is being carried on, or his representative, or between a person utilizing an amusement machine and the holder of the licence relating to that machine; and
(d)  to adjudge, at its discretion, and to collect the prescribed costs for the proceedings held before it or for hearing the questions it has decided.
1978, c. 36, s. 23; 1983, c. 49, s. 25; 1987, c. 103, s. 119; 1990, c. 46, s. 24.
23. The board has, to the exclusion of any tribunal, jurisdiction
(a)  to hear and decide, in respect of racing, in first instance and in appeal from decisions of a judge referred to in section 24, any dispute brought before it or any question dealing with the application of and compliance with this Act, the regulations or the rules, the protection of the public and public order in respect of racing and the conduct and orderly management of racing events;
(b)  to impose, in the matter of racing, on any person it finds guilty of an offence under section 122, one or several of the penalties provided by that section 122 and, if such is the case, collect the amount of the fines imposed;
(c)  to hear and decide, in respect of the organization and conduct of and the awarding of prizes under a lottery scheme or publicity contest and the method of operation of an amusement machine, any litigation between a person participating in a lottery scheme and the holder of the licence relating to that scheme, between a person participating in a publicity contest and the person for whom the contest is being carried on, or his representative, or between a person utilizing an amusement machine and the holder of the licence relating to that machine; and
(d)  to adjudge, at its discretion, and to collect the prescribed costs for the proceedings held before it or for hearing the questions it has decided.
1978, c. 36, s. 23; 1983, c. 49, s. 25; 1987, c. 103, s. 119.
23. The board has, to the exclusion of any tribunal, jurisdiction
(a)  to hear and decide, in respect of racing, in first instance and in appeal from decisions of the judges contemplated in sections 24, 24.1 and 25, any dispute brought before it or any question dealing with the application of and compliance with this Act, the regulations or the rules, the protection of the public and public order in respect of racing and the conduct and orderly management of racing events;
(b)  to impose, in the matter of racing, on any person it finds guilty of an offence under section 122, one or several of the penalties provided by that section 122 and, if such is the case, collect the amount of the fines imposed;
(c)  to hear and decide, in respect of the organization and conduct of and the awarding of prizes under a lottery scheme or publicity contest and the method of operation of an amusement machine, any litigation between a person participating in a lottery scheme and the holder of the licence relating to that scheme, between a person participating in a publicity contest and the person for whom the contest is being carried on, or his representative, or between a person utilizing an amusement machine and the holder of the licence relating to that machine; and
(d)  to adjudge, at its discretion, and to collect the prescribed costs for the proceedings held before it or for hearing the questions it has decided.
1978, c. 36, s. 23; 1983, c. 49, s. 25.
23. The board has, to the exclusion of any tribunal, jurisdiction
(a)  to hear and decide, in respect of racing, any matter dealing with the application of and compliance with this act, the regulations or the rules and, in appeal, the decisions of the judges contemplated in sections 24 and 25;
(b)  to impose, in the matter of racing, on any person it finds guilty of an offence against this act, the regulations or the rules, or any person who refuses to comply with an order given under this act, the regulations or the rules, in addition to the penalties prescribed in the rules, the fines provided for in section 121, and to collect the amount of these fines;
(c)  to hear and decide, in respect of the organization and conduct of and the awarding of prizes under a lottery scheme or publicity contest and the method of operation of an amusement machine, any litigation between a person participating in a lottery scheme and the holder of the licence relating to that scheme, between a person participating in a publicity contest and the person for whom the contest is being carried on, or his representative, or between a person utilizing an amusement machine and the holder of the licence relating to that machine; and
(d)  to adjudge, at its discretion, and to collect the prescribed costs for the proceedings held before it or for hearing the questions it has decided.
1978, c. 36, s. 23.
This section comes into force on 1 January 1979 insofar as it concerns the lottery schemes. (1978, c. 36, s. 139; Order in Council 4006-78 dated 22 December 1978, (1979) 111 G.O. 2, 543).
This section comes into force on 13 March 1979 to the extent that it concerns amusement machines or publicity contests. (1978, c. 36, s. 139; Order in Council 710-79 dated 13 March 1979, (1979) 111 G.O. 2, 2595).
The part of this section which has not been proclaimed comes into force on 30 July 1980. (1978, c. 36, s. 139; Order in Council 2367-80 dated 30 July 1980, (1980) 112 G.O. 2, 3773).