20.2. With respect to State casinos, the board may make rules to
(a) establish, so as to ensure that activities are exercised under the best possible conditions of safety and morality, the conditions that must be met by persons belonging to the categories it determines among those working in a casino, performing duties connected with the casino, entrusted with the training of such persons or supplying goods or services to the casino or to the patrons as well as the directors or employees of such persons;
(b) determine the intervals between the inspections of the gaming machines and electronic equipment to which the first paragraph of section 52.15 applies;
(c) determine a procedure for the identification of such machines;
(d) establish standards, restrictions or prohibitions relating to promotion, advertising, educational programs and lodging and transportation packages, some or all of which may only apply to certain categories of persons;
(e) (subparagraph repealed);
(f) fix the days and hours when the public may be admitted into a casino;
(g) prescribe the conditions for admission into a casino and the grounds for exclusion;
(h) establish standards relating to the maintenance of public order and the safety of persons in State casinos and their appurtenances.
The board may make distinctions with respect to any of the rules according to lottery schemes or categories of persons or establishments. In establishing the standards referred to in subparagraphs a, d and g of the first paragraph, the board may take into account the successful completion of a training course and the age, Canadian citizenship, place of residence, morality and judicial antecedents of a person; in establishing the standards referred to in subparagraph a of the first paragraph, the board may provide for fingerprints and photographs to be taken which will be destroyed if no contract for the hiring of personnel or the supply of goods or services is awarded or, if a contract is awarded, at the end of that contract.
Every rule shall be submitted to the Government for approval. The standards relating to the maintenance of public order and the safety of persons shall be submitted for approval on the joint recommendation of the Minister of Public Security and the Minister of Finance.
1993, c. 39, s. 51; 1993, c. 71, s. 28.