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Pari-Mutuel Betting Supervision Regulations

Version of section 13 from 2006-03-22 to 2011-08-18:

  •  (1) For the proper supervision and operation of a pari-mutuel system at a race-course, an association shall

    • (a) provide rooms and areas that are lighted, ventilated and equipped with plumbing and electricity to meet the requirements of the operations carried out therein;

    • (b) provide a window for giving information and for receiving complaints;

    • (c) ensure that each seller, cashier, teller or self-activated terminal is identifiable by means of a name or number that is visible to any person who obtains or cashes a ticket;

    • (d) provide, for the use of an officer, an office in the immediate vicinity of the totalizator that is equipped with

      • (i) a telephone line capable of linking up with computer equipment,

      • (ii) a storage cabinet and a filing cabinet that can be locked, and

      • (iii) such additional furnishings as are necessary to permit the officer to perform the officer’s duties; and

    • (e) where a computerized or other approved pari-mutuel system is used, provide a device, located in the immediate vicinity of the totalizator and in any other locations that are authorized by an officer, for use by an officer or the association, to close betting on a race.

  • (2) Paragraph (1)(d) does not apply in respect of a race-course that conducts races on fewer than 10 days in a year.

  • SOR/93-255, s. 4(E)
  • SOR/2003-218, s. 6

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