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11.05.04.00.htm 11.05.04.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 05 MARYLAND PORT ADMINISTRATION Chapter 04 Vessel Gaming Permits Authority: Transportation Article, §6-209, Annotated Code of Maryland
11.05.04.01.htm 11.05.04.01. 01 Purpose.. These regulations establish the procedures and requirements for obtaining a Vessel Gaming Permit, and set forth the information which the operator or owner of a passenger cruise vessel shall provide to the Maryland Port Administration (MPA) and the Maryland State Police (MSP) in order to apply for a Vessel Gaming Permit.
11.05.04.02.htm 11.05.04.02. 02 General.. A. In order to conduct gaming aboard a vessel under the provisions of Transportation Article, §6-209, Annotated Code of Maryland, a vessel owner or operator shall obtain a Vessel Gaming Permit from the Maryland Port Administration.B. The MPA is the sole judge as to whether a Vessel Gaming Permit shall be issued, and once issued, whether a Vessel Gaming Permit shall be withdrawn.C. Failure to obtain a Vessel Gaming Permit from the MPA prohibits the vess
11.05.04.03.htm 11.05.04.03. 03 Application and Permit.. A. An applicant for a Vessel Gaming Permit shall complete a Vessel Gaming Permit Application, and submit two originally signed copies to the Manager of Cruise Marketing, Maryland Port Administration, World Trade Center, 401 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202.B. The MPA shall send one of the completed applications to the MSP for its review.. C. An application which has not been properly completed or is incomplete shall be rejected and retur
11.05.04.9999.htm 11.05.04.9999. Administrative History Effective date: November 18, 1977 (4:24 Md. R. 1807). Chapter, Operation of Vessels and Other Watercraft in Baltimore Harbor, repealed effective December 6, 1982 (9:24 Md. R. 2390) ―Regulations .01―03, Vessel Gaming Permits, adopted effective January 31, 1994 (21:2 Md. R. 99). Regulation .03 amended effective April 6, 2009 (36:7 Md. R. 525).
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