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36.03.11.00.htm 36.03.11.00. Title 36 MARYLAND STATE LOTTERY AND GAMING CONTROL AGENCY Subtitle 03 GAMING PROVISIONS Chapter 11 Facility Standards Authority: State Government Article, §9-1A-02, 9-1A-04, 9-1A-11, and 9-1A-23, Annotated Code of Maryland
36.03.11.01.htm 36.03.11.01. 01 Definitions.. The terms defined in State Government Article, §9-1A-01, Annotated Code of Maryland, have the same meanings in this chapter.
36.03.11.02.htm 36.03.11.02. 02 Hours of Operation.. A. A facility operator may not offer fewer hours of operation than provided for in State law without the prior written approval of the Commission.B. A facility operator that has received Commission approval to offer fewer hours of operation under §A of this regulation may, upon written notice to the Commission, extend its hours of operation up to and including those allowable under State law.
36.03.11.03.htm 36.03.11.03. 03 Facility Design Standards.. A. A facility operator shall, at its own expense, construct its facility in accordance with specifications established by the Commission, including:1) Computer space for the central monitor and control system contractor that is:. a) Equipped with heating, ventilation, and air conditioning;. b) Supplied with power including an uninterruptible backup power supply;. c) Secured with a key or alternative locking mechanism maintained and contr
36.03.11.04.htm 36.03.11.04. 04 Table Games Surveillance Requirements.. A. Surveillance System. In addition to the surveillance system requirements in Regulation .03 of this chapter and COMAR 36.03.10, a facility operator that offers table games shall have a surveillance system that includes:1) Light sensitive cameras with lenses of sufficient magnification to allow the certificate holder to clandestinely monitor in detail:a) The gaming conducted at each gaming table in the licensed facility with
36.03.11.05.htm 36.03.11.05. 05 Gaming Floor Plan.. A. At least 60 days before video lottery terminal or table game operations are to commence, a facility operator shall submit a floor plan depicting its gaming floor and all restricted areas to the Commission for review and written approval.B. A facility operator may not commence operations until its gaming floor plan is approved in writing by the Commission.C. A gaming floor plan that a facility operator submits to the Commission shall:.
36.03.11.06.htm 36.03.11.06. 06 Issuance of an Operation License.. A. A facility operator may not commence video lottery operations until the Commission has issued an operation license.B. The operation license issued by the Commission shall specify:. 1) Date and time at which operations may commence;. 2) Maximum square footage of gaming floor; and. 3) Maximum number of video lottery terminals which may be operated by the facility operator under the operation license.C. The initial 15-year te
36.03.11.07.htm 36.03.11.07. 07 Permanent Facility.. A. A facility operator shall commence operation of video lottery terminals in a permanent facility within 18 months after the date the Commission issues an operation license.B. The permanent facility must be located at the location for which the Video Lottery Facility Location Commission awarded a video lottery operation license.C. The Commission may approve an extension of time for the commencement of operations if:.
36.03.11.08.htm 36.03.11.08. 08 Temporary Facility.. A. The Commission may issue an operation license for a temporary facility.. B. A temporary facility must comply with the requirements this chapter.. C. Upon the written submission of a facility operator, the Commission may authorize a deviation from the requirements of Regulation .05 of this chapter when it issues an operation license for a temporary facility.D. A facility shall be operational in a permanent facility no later than 30 months after the Commiss
36.03.11.9999.htm 36.03.11.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―08 adopted as an emergency provision effective March 1, 2013 (40:6 Md. R. 470) emergency action expired effective July 20, 2013 ―Regulation .04A amended effective September 26, 2016 (43:19 Md. R. 1073). Regulation .04C amended effective January 7, 2016 (42:26 Md. R. 1597). Regulation .05 amended effective August 17, 2015 (42:16 Md. R. 1056).
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