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36.02.03.00.htm 36.02.03.00. Title 36 MARYLAND STATE LOTTERY AND GAMING CONTROL AGENCY Subtitle 02 LOTTERY PROVISIONS Chapter 03 Retailer Requirements Authority: State Government Article, §9-110―9-113, 9-115, 9-117, 9-119, 9-122, and 9-124, Annotated Code of Maryland
36.02.03.01.htm 36.02.03.01. 01 General Responsibilities.. A. Lottery Laws and Regulations. A retailer shall:. 1) Comply with all lottery laws and regulations of the Agency;. 2) Be aware of all lottery laws and regulations pertaining to the duties and responsibilities of a retailer; and3) Inform the Director of an act or omission that the retailer knows or should know constitutes a violation of lottery laws and regulations.B. Services. A retailer shall:. 1) Provide specified services for the Agency, incl
36.02.03.02.htm 36.02.03.02. 02 Sale of Lottery Tickets ― Instant Ticket Procedure.. Instant tickets that a retailer activates before a ticket’s announced end of game may be sold by the retailer after the ticket’s announced end of game and until the last date to claim a prize for that game.
36.02.03.03.htm 36.02.03.03. 03 Sale of Lottery Tickets ― Draw Game Ticket Procedure.. A. Playslip or ePlayslip Purchase Procedure. If a player wishes to purchase a ticket using a playslip or an ePlayslip:1) A player shall complete a playslip and give it to the retailer; and. 2) The retailer shall:. a) Process the playslip or ePlayslip through the ticket terminal; and. b) Issue to the player the specified draw game ticket for the game being played.. B. Vocalized Purchase Procedure..
36.02.03.04.htm 36.02.03.04. 04 Lost, Stolen, or Missing Tickets.. A. If a ticket is lost, stolen, or missing from a retailer, the Director may reimburse the retailer for the ticket.B. The Director may require the party responsible for a lost, stolen, or missing ticket to reimburse the Agency.C. The Agency is not liable to a retailer or player for a lost or stolen ticket.. D. A ticket is void if it:. 1) Is mutilated;. 2) Is altered;. 3) Is irregular;. 4) Is expired;. 5) Fails to meet validation standards; or.
36.02.03.05.htm 36.02.03.05. 05 Posting of Winning Numbers.. A. As soon as practical after each drawing, a retailer shall:. 1) Post in a prominent and conspicuous location within the retailer’s business location the winning number; and2) Keep the winning number posted until the next drawing.. B. A retailer shall display active winning numbers as requested by the Director.. C. The Agency is not responsible for a retailer’s failure to post or properly post current official winning numbers.
36.02.03.06.htm 36.02.03.06. 06 Payment of Prizes.. A. A retailer shall pay the holder of a winning lottery ticket up to $600 upon submission and validation of the ticket.B. A retailer shall pay the holder of a valid winning ticket regardless of whether the retailer sold the ticket.C. Unless the retailer is a participant in the Expanded Cashing Authority Program under Regulation .06 of this chapter, if the winning ticket entitles the holder to a prize that is more than $600, the retailer shall instruct
36.02.03.07.htm 36.02.03.07. 07 Expanded Cashing Authority Program.. A. Establishment.. 1) The Director may establish an Expanded Cashing Authority Program.. 2) Retailers selected by the Director may pay cash prizes up to $5,000.. B. Participation. Before authorizing a retailer to participate in the Expanded Cashing Authority Program, the Director shall consider:1) The length of time the retailer has been licensed;. 2) The financial record and responsibility of the retailer;.
36.02.03.08.htm 36.02.03.08. 08 Payments to Agency.. A. A retailer shall:. 1) Be financially responsible to the Agency for all:. a) Revenues derived from the sale of lottery tickets;. b) Lottery tickets in the possession of the retailer; and. c) Except for tickets that the retailer cashed through a PAT, tickets that the retailer cashed or cancelled which are later submitted to the Agency for payment;2) Make regular weekly settlement and payment remittance in the manner, in the place, and on the day
36.02.03.09.htm 36.02.03.09. 09 Americans with Disabilities Act.. A. Definitions. In this regulation, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “ADA” means the certain law commonly known as the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended.2) “ADA retailer compliance form” means a form prepared by the Agency and used to inspect a retailer’s location in connection with this regulation.3) “Disability” means the term as defined in the ADA.. 1) A retailer shall, at its expense:.
36.02.03.10.htm 36.02.03.10. 10 Changes in Ownership.. A. General.. 1) A change in ownership of a retailer’s business:. a) Automatically voids the existing retailer license; and. b) Requires an application for a new license.. 2) If a retailer is a corporation, partnership, or LLC, a transfer of ownership includes a:. a) Merger;. b) Consolidation;. c) Share exchange of a majority of stock;. d) Transfer of a majority of assets or transfer of stock of the majority shareholder; and.
36.02.03.11.htm 36.02.03.11. 11 Prohibited Acts.. A. This regulation does not:. 1) Prevent a person from giving a lottery ticket to another as a gift; or. 2) Prohibit the purchase of a ticket for the purpose of making a gift to a person younger than 18 years old.B. No person other than a licensed lottery retailer or the retailer’s employee or the Agency may sell a lottery ticket or a lottery subscription.C. A retailer shall require all lottery tickets to be paid for by the purchaser at the time of buyin
36.02.03.9999.htm 36.02.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: May 13, 2013 (40:9 Md. R. 790). Regulation .02C amended effective January 7, 2016 (42:26 Md. R. 1597) ―. Chapter revised effective January 14, 2019 (46:1 Md. R. 13).
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