R-6.1 - Act respecting the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux

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29. A member of the personnel of the board may, in the name of the board, decide alone
(1)  applications presented under the Act respecting racing (chapter C-72.1), the Act respecting lotteries, publicity contests and amusement machines (chapter L-6) or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), except applications involving public interest, public security or public tranquility;
(2)  applications presented under the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1) for reunion permits, grocery permits or cider seller’s permits, for raw materials and equipment wholesaler’s or retailer’s permits or for voluntary revocation or discontinuance, and applications referred to in paragraph 4 of section 97 of the said Act;
(3)  any other permit application under the Act respecting liquor permits where, in accordance with the fifth paragraph of section 50 of that Act, the board is not called upon to take the public interest, public security or public tranquility into consideration;
(4)  applications for temporary authorization to use a permit, or the renewal thereof, presented under the Act respecting liquor permits, except in the cases provided for in the fourth paragraph of section 79 of that Act.
The member may also ascertain the revocation of a permit, licence or registration by operation of law and impose an administrative monetary penalty for a failure to comply under section 85.1 of the Act respecting liquor permits.
However, upon ascertaining that he would be exercising discretionary powers, except those arising from imposing an administrative monetary penalty under section 85.1 of the Act respecting liquor permits, the member of the board’s personnel must refer the case to the president in order that it be decided in plenary session, by a panel or by a commissioner alone, as the case may be.
In addition, the president may, at any time, withdraw a case from the member of the board’s personnel in order that it be decided in such a manner.
Furthermore, where the person whose application is denied so requests, the case shall be reviewed by the board.
1993, c. 39, s. 29; 1993, c. 71, s. 9; 1997, c. 51, s. 56; 1997, c. 43, s. 572; 2016, c. 72016, c. 7, s. 81.
29. A member of the personnel of the board may, in the name of the board, decide alone
(1)  applications presented under the Act respecting racing (chapter C-72.1), the Act respecting lotteries, publicity contests and amusement machines (chapter L-6) or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), except applications involving public interest, public security or public tranquility;
(2)  applications presented under the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1) for reunion permits, grocery permits or cider seller’s permits, for raw materials and equipment wholesaler’s or retailer’s permits or for voluntary revocation or discontinuance, and applications referred to in paragraph 4 of section 97 of the said Act;
(3)  any other permit application under the Act respecting liquor permits where, in accordance with the fifth paragraph of section 50 of that Act, the board is not called upon to take the public interest, public security or public tranquility into consideration;
(4)  applications for temporary authorization to use a permit, or the renewal thereof, presented under the Act respecting liquor permits, except in the cases provided for in the fourth paragraph of section 79 of that Act.
The member may also ascertain the revocation of a permit, licence or registration by operation of law.
However, upon ascertaining that he would be exercising discretionary powers, the member of the board’s personnel must refer the case to the president in order that it be decided in plenary session, by a panel or by a commissioner alone, as the case may be.
In addition, the president may, at any time, withdraw a case from the member of the board’s personnel in order that it be decided in such a manner.
Furthermore, where the person whose application is denied so requests, the case shall be reviewed by the board.
1993, c. 39, s. 29; 1993, c. 71, s. 9; 1997, c. 51, s. 56; 1997, c. 43, s. 572.
29. A member of the personnel of the board may, in the name of the board, decide alone
(1)  applications presented under the Act respecting racing (chapter C-72.1), the Act respecting lotteries, publicity contests and amusement machines (chapter L-6) or the Act respecting the Société des alcools du Québec (chapter S-13), except applications involving public interest, public security or public tranquility;
(2)  applications presented under the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1) for reunion permits, grocery permits or cider seller’s permits, for raw materials and equipment wholesaler’s or retailer’s permits or for voluntary revocation or discontinuance, and applications referred to in paragraph 4 of section 97 of the said Act;
(3)  any other permit application under the Act respecting liquor permits where, in accordance with the fifth paragraph of section 50 of that Act, the board is not called upon to take the public interest, public security or public tranquillity into consideration;
(4)  applications for temporary authorization to use a permit, or the renewal thereof, presented under the Act respecting liquor permits, except in the cases provided for in the fourth paragraph of section 79 of that Act.
The member may also ascertain the revocation of a permit, licence or registration by operation of law.
However, upon ascertaining that he would be exercising discretionary powers, the member of the board’s personnel must refer the case to the president in order that it be decided in plenary session, by a division or by a commissioner alone, as the case may be.
In addition, the president may, at any time, relieve a member of the board’s personnel of a case in order that it be decided in such a manner.
Furthermore, at the request of a person whose application is refused, the case shall be referred to the board for review.
1993, c. 39, s. 29; 1993, c. 71, s. 9; 1997, c. 51, s. 56.
29. A member of the personnel of the board may, in the name of the board, decide alone
(1)  applications presented under the Act respecting lotteries, publicity contests and amusement machines (chapter L-6), with the exception of those involving public interest or public tranquility and those relating to video lotteries;
(2)  applications presented under the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1) for reunion permits, grocery permits or cider seller’s permits or for voluntary revocation or discontinuance, and applications referred to in paragraph 4 of section 97 of the said Act;
(3)  any other permit application under the Act respecting liquor permits where, in accordance with the fourth paragraph of section 50 of that Act, the board is not called upon to take the public interest or public tranquility into consideration;
(4)  applications for temporary authorization to use a permit, or the renewal thereof, presented under the Act respecting liquor permits, except in the cases provided for in the fourth paragraph of section 79 of that Act.
The member may also ascertain the revocation of a permit, licence or registration by operation of law.
However, upon ascertaining that he would be exercising discretionary powers, the member of the board’s personnel must refer the case to the president in order that it be decided in plenary session, by a division or by a commissioner alone, as the case may be.
In addition, the president may, at any time, relieve a member of the board’s personnel of a case in order that it be decided in such a manner.
Furthermore, at the request of a person whose application is refused, the case shall be referred to the board for review.
1993, c. 39, s. 29; 1993, c. 71, s. 9.
29. A member of the personnel of the board may, in the name of the board, decide alone
(1)  licence applications presented under the Act respecting lotteries, publicity contests and amusement machines (chapter L-6) determined by the rules of the board, except licence applications relating to video lotteries;
(2)  applications presented under the Act respecting liquor permits (chapter P-9.1) for reunion permits, grocery permits or cider seller’s permits or for voluntary revocation or discontinuance, and applications referred to in paragraph 4 of section 97 of the said Act;
(3)  any other permit application under the Act respecting liquor permits where, in accordance with the fourth paragraph of section 50 of that Act, the board is not called upon to take the public interest or public tranquility into consideration;
(4)  applications for temporary authorization to use a permit, or the renewal thereof, presented under the Act respecting liquor permits, except in the cases provided for in the fourth paragraph of section 79 of that Act.
The member may also ascertain the revocation of a permit by operation of law.
However, upon ascertaining that he would be exercising discretionary powers, the member of the board’s personnel must refer the case to the president in order that it be decided in plenary session, by a division or by a commissioner alone, as the case may be.
In addition, the president may, at any time, relieve a member of the board’s personnel of a case in order that it be decided in such a manner.
Furthermore, at the request of a person whose application is refused, the case shall be referred to the board for review.
1993, c. 39, s. 29.