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O. Reg. 68/94: REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS AND GAMING ASSISTANTS - GAMES OF CHANCE HELD UNDER A LICENCE

under Gaming Control Act, 1992, S.O. 1992, c. 24

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Gaming Control Act, 1992

ONTARIO REGULATION 68/94

REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS AND GAMING ASSISTANTS — GAMES OF CHANCE HELD UNDER A LICENCE

Historical version for the period January 24, 2008 to May 13, 2012.

Last amendment: O. Reg. 10/08.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

Definitions

1. In this Regulation,

“bingo caller” means an individual who is employed by a registered supplier and who, on behalf of the supplier, operates the equipment used for the random selection of numbers and calls the numbers at the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required; (“meneur de jeu”)

“bingo hall owner or operator” means a person who owns or operates a class of bingo hall mentioned in section 15 and who provides facilities, equipment, callers, security, storage, event co-ordination or other related services with respect to the bingo hall; (“propriétaire ou exploitant de salle de bingo”)

“bingo paper or break open ticket manufacturer” means a person who manufactures for sale or distribution to another person bingo paper or break open tickets used in the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required; (“fabricant de feuilles de bingo ou de billets à fenêtres”)

“break open ticket seller” means a person who sells break open tickets used in the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required if the seller sells the tickets on behalf of a licensee at a premises other than the licensee’s premises; (“vendeur de billets à fenêtres”)

“croupier” means an individual who is employed by a registered supplier and who, on behalf of the supplier, deals cards, supervises the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required, operates wheels or otherwise facilitates the playing of the lottery scheme; (“croupier”)

“gaming equipment manufacturer” means a person who manufactures for sale or distribution to another person any device or thing used in the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required, except bingo paper and break open tickets; (“fabricant de matériel de jeu”)

“gaming equipment supplier” means a person who distributes, supplies, rents, leases or sells any device or thing used in the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required, including bingo paper, break open tickets, gaming tables, wheels, chips, tokens or number verifiers, but does not include a gaming equipment manufacturer or a bingo paper or break open ticket manufacturer; (“fournisseur de matériel de jeu”)

“gaming premises manager” means an individual who is employed by a registered supplier and who, on behalf of the supplier, manages premises kept for the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required by supervising other registered gaming assistants or by managing facilities, equipment, security or other related services; (“directeur de lieu réservé au jeu”)

“gaming services employee” means an individual who is employed by a registered supplier and who provides the supplier with administrative, management, consulting or sales services with respect to the organization of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required; (“employé de services relatifs au jeu”)

“gaming services supplier” means a person who provides gaming services for a lottery scheme for which a licence is required, including arranging the scheme, providing management, administrative or consulting services, supplying the services of registered gaming assistants or providing other related services, but does not include a bingo hall owner or operator. (“fournisseur de services relatifs au jeu”) O. Reg. 68/94, s. 1.

Classes of Registrants and Gaming Premises

2. The following classes of suppliers are established for the purpose of registration under the Act:

1. Bingo hall owner or operator.

2. Gaming services supplier.

3. Gaming equipment supplier.

4. Gaming equipment manufacturer.

5. Bingo paper or break open ticket manufacturer.

6. Break open ticket seller. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 2.

3. No person other than a supplier registered as a bingo hall owner or operator is authorized to do any of the actions described in the definition of “bingo hall owner or operator” in section 1. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 3.

4. No person other than a supplier registered as a gaming services supplier or a casino gaming-related supplier is authorized to do any of the actions described in the definition of “gaming services supplier” in section 1. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 4.

5. No person other than a supplier registered as a gaming equipment supplier or a casino gaming-related supplier is authorized to do any of the actions described in the definition of “gaming equipment supplier” in section 1. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 5.

6. No person other than a supplier registered as a gaming equipment manufacturer or a casino gaming-related supplier is authorized to do any of the actions described in the definition of “gaming equipment manufacturer” in section 1. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 6.

7. No person other than a supplier registered as a bingo paper or break open ticket manufacturer is authorized to do any of the actions described in the definition of “bingo paper or break open ticket manufacturer” in section 1. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 7.

8. No person other than a supplier registered as a break open ticket seller or a lottery retailer under Ontario Regulation 281/07 (Lotteries) made under the Act is authorized to do any of the actions described in the definition of “break open ticket seller” in section 1. O. Reg. 10/08, s. 1.

9. The following classes of gaming assistants are established for the purpose of registration under the Act:

1. Gaming premises manager.

2. Gaming services employee.

3. Bingo caller.

4. Croupier. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 9.

10. No person other than a gaming assistant registered as a gaming premises manager is authorized to do any of the actions described in the definition of “gaming premises manager” in section 1. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 10.

11. No person other than a gaming assistant registered as a gaming services employee is authorized to do any of the actions described in the definition of “gaming services employee” in section 1. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 11.

12. No person other than a gaming assistant registered as a bingo caller is authorized to do any of the actions described in the definition of “bingo caller” in section 1. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 12.

13. (1) No person other than a gaming assistant registered as a croupier is authorized to do any of the actions described in the definition of “croupier” in section 1.

(2) A gaming assistant registered as a casino key employee or a casino employee under Ontario Regulation 69/94 shall not be registered as a croupier under this Regulation. O. Reg. 626/94, s. 1.

14. The following classes of persons are exempt from registration as suppliers or gaming assistants under the Act:

1. Individuals who provide services with respect to the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required but who do not receive any remuneration or promise of remuneration for any of those services except for payment of an honorarium or out of pocket expenses as permitted under the terms of the licence.

2. Licensees who provide goods or services to themselves.

3. Full-time employees of a licensee, including those whose primary duty is fund raising, but not including persons whose primary duty is to provide gaming services that a registered supplier or registered gaming assistant would provide.

4. Owners or operators of premises who grant leases of premises kept for the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required but who do not have an interest in the lottery scheme played at the premises, unless the owners or operators are engaged in other activities that would require them to register under the Act.

5. Owners or operators of premises who grant leases of premises kept for the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required at which no more than one bingo event is conducted in any seven-day period, unless the owners or operators are engaged in other activities that would require them to register under the Act.

6. Individuals who are employed as runners at a bingo event to verify winning numbers held by players and who may also sell bingo paper, unless they are engaged in other activities that would require them to register under the Act.

7. Employees of a registered break open ticket seller, unless they are engaged in other activities that would require them to register under the Act. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 14.

15. For the purposes of the registration of a bingo hall owner or operator, the following classes of bingo halls are established as gaming premises:

1. A Class A bingo hall is a premises other than a Class B bingo hall, where four or more bingo events are conducted in any seven-day period during the registration period of the hall owner or operator.

2. A Class B bingo hall is a premises operated not for profit, by a licensee, an association of licensees or a person who in the opinion of the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming is eligible to be issued a licence where four or more bingo events are conducted in any seven-day period during the registration period of the hall owner or operator.

3. A Class C bingo hall is a premises where no more than three bingo events are conducted in any seven-day period during the registration period of the hall owner or operator. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 15; O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

Applications

16. (1) An application for registration or renewal of registration as a supplier of a class mentioned in section 2 or as a gaming assistant of a class mentioned in section 9 shall be in a form provided by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming and shall state the class or classes of registration for which the applicant is applying and an address for service in Ontario. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 16 (1); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(2) The application shall be accompanied by the fee payable in accordance with section 33 and that is sufficient to cover,

(a) the term of registration that the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming indicates to the applicant will apply, in the case of an application for the first renewal of a registration that was originally granted before December 16, 1993; or

(b) the term of the registration that the applicant is applying for, in all other cases. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 16 (2); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

Registration of Suppliers

17. Every person who, on February 1, 1993, was actively engaged in the business of providing goods or services with respect to the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required is exempt from section 4 of the Act until April 1, 1993. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 17.

18. (1) The Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming may grant conditional registration as a supplier of a class mentioned in section 2 to a person who,

(a) on February 1, 1993, was actively engaged in the business of providing goods or services with respect to the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required; and

(b) on or before March 2, 1993, submits a completed application for registration as a supplier of a class mentioned in section 2. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 18 (1); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(2) Upon granting a conditional registration to a person, the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall send the person a certificate stating that the person has been conditionally registered under the Act. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 18 (2); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(3) A conditional registration expires on the earliest of the following days:

1. The day on which the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming grants the registrant’s application for registration or serves on the registrant a notice of a proposed order to refuse the application for registration.

2. January 31, 1995, if it is not renewed under subsection (4).

3. January 31, 1996, if it is renewed under subsection (4). O. Reg. 68/94, s. 18 (3); O. Reg. 809/94, s. 1 (1-3); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(4) The Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall renew a conditional registration that has not expired if, before February 1, 1995, the registrant submits an application for renewal to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 18 (4); O. Reg. 809/94, s. 1 (4); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(5) The application for renewal shall be in a form provided by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming and shall be accompanied by the fee set out in the Schedule that is sufficient to cover a registration that would expire on January 31, 1996. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 18 (5); O. Reg. 809/94, s. 1 (5); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(6) Section 13 of the Act does not apply to the expiration of a conditional registration. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 18 (6).

19. (1) Upon receiving a completed application for registration or renewal of registration as a supplier of a class mentioned in section 2, the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall consider the application and either grant it or refuse it. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 19 (1); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(2) Upon granting an application, the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall issue a certificate of registration to the applicant stating the expiry date of the registration. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 19 (2); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(3) A registration that is granted expires,

(a) on January 31, 1995 if the registrant holds a conditional registration that has not been renewed before the registration is granted;

(b) on January 31, 1996 if the registrant holds a conditional registration that has been renewed before the registration is granted;

(c) one year from the day on which it is granted if it is granted before December 16, 1993 but not in a case described in clause (a) or (b); or

(d) two years from the day on which it is granted, in all other cases. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 19 (3); O. Reg. 809/94, s. 2.

(4) A registration that is renewed expires,

(a) at a time that the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming determines but that is not later than two years from the day on which it is renewed, if the registration was originally granted before December 16, 1993 and is being renewed for the first time; or

(b) two years from the day on which it is renewed, in all other cases. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 19 (4); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

Registration of Gaming Assistants

20. Every person who, on February 1, 1993, was actively engaged in the business of participating in or facilitating in any manner the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required is exempt from section 5 of the Act until July 31, 1993. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 20.

21. (1) The Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming may grant conditional registration as a gaming assistant of a class mentioned in section 9 to a person who,

(a) on February 1, 1993, was actively engaged in the business of participating in or facilitating in any manner the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required; and

(b) on or before May 1, 1993, submits a completed application for registration as a gaming assistant of a class mentioned in section 9. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 21 (1); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(2) Upon granting a conditional registration to a person, the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall send the person a certificate stating that the person has been conditionally registered under the Act. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 21 (2); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(3) A conditional registration expires on the earliest of the following days:

1. The day on which the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming grants the registrant’s application for registration or serves on the registrant a notice of a proposed order to refuse the application for registration.

2. July 31, 1994, if it is not renewed under subsection (4).

3. July 31, 1995, if it is renewed under subsection (4). O. Reg. 68/94, s. 21 (3); O. Reg. 809/94, s. 3 (1); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(4) The Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall renew a conditional registration that has not expired if, before August 1, 1994, the registrant submits an application for renewal to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 21 (4); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(5) The application for renewal shall be in a form provided by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming and shall be accompanied by the fee set out in the Schedule that is sufficient to cover a registration that would expire on July 31, 1995. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 21 (5); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(6) Section 13 of the Act does not apply to the expiration of a conditional registration. O. Reg. 809/94, s. 3 (2).

22. (1) Upon receiving a completed application for registration or renewal of registration as a gaming assistant of a class mentioned in section 9, the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall consider the application and either grant it or refuse it. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 22 (1); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(2) Upon granting an application, the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall issue a certificate of registration to the applicant stating the expiry date of the registration. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 22 (2); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(3) A registration that is granted expires,

(a) on July 31, 1994 if the registrant holds a conditional registration that has not been renewed before the registration is granted;

(b) on July 31, 1995 if the registrant holds a conditional registration that has been renewed before the registration is granted;

(c) one year from the day on which it is granted if it is granted before December 16, 1993 but not in a case described in clause (a) or (b); or

(d) two years from the day on which it is granted, in all other cases. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 22 (3).

(4) A registration that is renewed expires,

(a) at a time that the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming determines but that is not later than two years from the day on which it is renewed, if the registration was originally granted before December 16, 1993 and is being renewed for the first time; or

(b) two years from the day on which it is renewed, in all other cases. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 22 (4); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(5) Section 13 of the Act does not apply to the expiration of a conditional registration. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 22 (5).

23. All classes of gaming assistants mentioned in section 9 are exempt from the requirement in clause 5 (1) (b) of the Act to have a registered supplier named in their registration. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 23.

Amendments and Cancellations

24. (1) A supplier of a class mentioned in section 2 may, before the expiry of the supplier’s registration, apply to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming to have any of the following added to the registration:

1. Another class of supplier mentioned in section 2.

2. The class of casino gaming-related supplier.

3. The class of casino non-gaming-related supplier. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 24 (1); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(2) A supplier registered as a bingo hall owner or operator may, before the expiry of the supplier’s registration, apply to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming to add to the registration a class of bingo hall for which the registration will be effective. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 24 (2); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(3) A registered gaming assistant of a class mentioned in section 9 may, before the expiry of the registration, apply to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming to have another class of gaming assistant mentioned in section 9 added to the registration. O. Reg. 626/94, s. 2; O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(4) Revoked: O. Reg. 626/94, s. 2.

(5) An application under this section shall state the addition for which the applicant is applying and shall be submitted to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming in a form provided by him or her. O. Reg. 55/98, s. 2.

(6) An applicant shall pay to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming, when making the application,

(a) the amount of the registration fee for the class for which the applicant is applying, prorated for the number of months then remaining before the expiry of the applicant’s registration, if the application is made by a supplier; or

(b) the amount of the registration fee for the class for which the applicant is applying, if the application is made by a gaming assistant. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 24 (6); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(7) For the purposes of clause (6) (a) a part of a month shall count as a full month. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 24 (7).

25. (1) A supplier of a class mentioned in section 2 may, before the expiry of the supplier’s registration, apply to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming to have any or all of the classes of supplier or bingo hall, except for one class, deleted from the registration. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 25 (1); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(2) An application under this section shall state the deletion for which the applicant is applying and shall be submitted to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming in a form provided by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 25 (2); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(3) Upon granting an application under this section, the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall refund to the applicant the amount of the registration fee that relates to the deletion and that is prorated for the number of full months then remaining before the expiry of the registration. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 25 (3); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

26. The expiry date of a registration does not change if the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming grants an application under section 24 or 25. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 26; O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

27. If, under section 16 of the Act, the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming cancels a registration of a supplier of a class mentioned in section 2, the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall refund to the supplier the amount of the applicable registration fee that is prorated for the number of full months then remaining before the time on which the registration would have expired if it had not been cancelled. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 27; O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

Terms of Registration

28. (1) The requirements set out in sections 29 to 32 for registered suppliers of a class mentioned in section 2 or registered gaming assistants of a class mentioned in section 9 are terms of their registration. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 28.

(2) The requirements set out in sections 29 to 32 that are terms of registration of a registered break open ticket seller are also terms of registration of a lottery retailer registered under Ontario Regulation 281/07 (Lotteries) made under the Act who does any of the actions described in the definition of “break open ticket seller” in section 1. O. Reg. 10/08, s. 2.

29. (1) Every registered supplier of a class mentioned in section 2 shall be responsible for the conduct of every person employed by the supplier in the performance of their duties in relation to the supplier’s registration. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 29 (1).

(2) Every registered supplier of a class mentioned in section 2 shall keep the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming informed in writing of all registered gaming assistants who provide services to the supplier. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 29 (2); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

30. Every supplier registered as a bingo hall owner or operator shall provide facilities, equipment, callers, security, storage and event co-ordination in respect of every gaming premises that the supplier owns or operates. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 30.

31. (1) For the purposes of section 26 of the Act, the premises at which a registered supplier of a class mentioned in section 2 shall keep the records required under the Act shall not be a dwelling unless the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming approves the premises in writing. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 31 (1); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(2) No registered supplier of a class mentioned in section 2 shall provide goods or services with respect to the playing of a lottery scheme for which a licence is required except at the business premises identified in the supplier’s registration or such other premises as the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming approves in writing. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 31 (2); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(3) Every registered supplier of a class mentioned in section 2 shall prominently display the supplier’s certificate of registration or a copy of the certificate at the business premises identified in the supplier’s registration.

(4) In addition to subsection (3), every supplier registered as a bingo hall owner or operator shall prominently display the supplier’s certificate of registration or a copy of the certificate at each bingo hall that the supplier owns or operates. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 31 (3, 4).

31.1 (1) A registered bingo hall owner or operator shall not permit the following individuals to play games of chance at the bingo hall:

1. Individuals who appear to be intoxicated.

2. Officers, directors or partners of the registrant.

3. Employees of the registrant who are registered under this Regulation.

(2) A registered gaming services supplier who operates a Monte Carlo event under the authority of a licence shall not permit the individuals described in paragraphs 1 to 3 of subsection (1) to play games of chance at the location identified in the licence. O. Reg. 626/94, s. 3.

32. (1) Every registered supplier of a class mentioned in section 2 and registered gaming assistant of a class mentioned in section 9 shall comply with the terms of,

(a) the licence for the lottery scheme in respect of which the person provides goods or services; and

(b) any order of the Lieutenant Governor in Council made under the authority of the Criminal Code (Canada) in respect of the licence.

(2) A registered gaming assistant of a class mentioned in section 9 shall wear, while on duty, in a visible manner the photo identification portion of the certificate of registration. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 32 (1, 2).

(3) A registrant whose registration is revoked, suspended or cancelled or who requests cancellation of registration under section 16 of the Act shall immediately return to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming by registered mail,

(a) the registrant’s certificate of registration, if the registrant is a supplier; and

(b) the registrant’s certificate of registration and identification card, if the registrant is a gaming assistant. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 32 (3); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

Fees

33. (1) The fees set out in the Schedule are payable for each year during the term of a registration and shall be paid to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming at the time the application is made, unless he or she authorizes their payment in equal instalments, in the case of a registration having a term of two years. O. Reg. 55/98, s. 3.

(2) The registration of a registrant expires if the registrant does not pay a yearly instalment of fees on the day specified by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 33 (2); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

34. (1) Subject to subsection (2), upon refusing to grant an application for registration or renewal of registration as a supplier of a class mentioned in section 2, the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall refund to the applicant the registration fee less,

(a) $75 in the case of a bingo hall owner or operator of a Class C bingo hall or a break open ticket seller; or

(b) $250 in all other cases. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 34 (1); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

(2) Upon refusing to grant an application for registration as a supplier of a class mentioned in section 2 to an applicant who holds a conditional registration under section 18 immediately before the application is refused, the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall refund to the applicant the amount of the registration fee that is prorated for the number of full months then remaining before,

(a) January 31, 1995, if the conditional registration has not been renewed under subsection 18 (4); or

(b) January 31, 1996, if the conditional registration has been renewed under subsection 18 (4). O. Reg. 68/94, s. 34 (2); O. Reg. 809/94, s. 4; O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

35. (1) An application for registration under this Regulation shall pay to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming the amount of $10,000 or such other amount as he or she determines, if he or she determines that an investigation under section 9 of the Act is necessary with respect to the applicant. O. Reg. 55/98, s. 4.

(2) The Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming shall use the amount paid by the applicant to pay the reasonable costs of the investigation and shall return the balance, if any, to the applicant. O. Reg. 68/94, s. 35 (2); O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

36. The following fees are payable to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming for the services indicated:

1.

Replacement certificate of registration as a supplier of a class mentioned in section 2

$50

2.

Replacement certificate of registration as a gaming assistant of a class mentioned in section 9

25

3.

Replacement identification card for a gaming assistant of a class mentioned in section 9

25

O. Reg. 68/94, s. 36; O. Reg. 55/98, s. 1.

37. Omitted (revokes other Regulations). O. Reg. 68/94, s. 37.

SCHEDULE
REGISTRATION FEES

Item

Applicant

Annual Fee

1.

A bingo hall owner or operator of,

 
 

      (a) a Class A bingo hall

$10,000 for each hall

 

      (b) a Class B bingo hall

$2,000 for each hall

 

      (c) a Class C bingo hall

$500 for each hall

2.

A bingo hall owner or operator of the following bingo halls where break open tickets are sold in conjunction with the conduct of a bingo event,

 
 

      (a) a Class A bingo hall

$2,000 for each hall in addition to the fees set out in clause (a) of item 1

 

      (b) a Class B bingo hall

$500 for each hall in addition to the fees set out in clause (b) of item 1

 

      (c) a Class C bingo hall

$200 for each hall in addition to the fees set out in clause (c) of item 1

3.

A gaming services supplier

$3,000

4.

A gaming equipment supplier

$1,000

5.

A gaming equipment manufacturer

$2,000

6.

A bingo paper or break open ticket manufacturer

$10,000

7.

A break open ticket seller

$200

8.

A gaming premises manager

$50

9.

A gaming services employee

$50

10.

A bingo caller

$50

11.

A croupier

$50

O. Reg. 68/94, Sched.