Registration of qualified organization: Application
- expenditure of application fees.
1.To register with the Chair to operate a charitable lottery or charitable game, a qualified organization must submit to the Chair:
(a)A written application containing:
(1)The name, address and nature of the organization.
(2)Proof that the organization is a qualified organization.
(3)The names of the officers or principals of the organization, and of any person responsible for the management, administration or supervision of the organization’s charitable lotteries or charitable games and any activities related to those charitable lotteries or charitable games.
(4)A listing of vendors who will assist with each charitable lottery or charitable game operated by the organization and the services that will be provided.
(5)A description of all the prizes to be offered in each charitable lottery or charitable game operated by the organization.
(6)A summary of the anticipated expenses of conducting each charitable lottery or charitable game, including copies of any proposed agreements between the organization and any suppliers of material for the operation of each charitable lottery or charitable game.
(7)A description of the intended use of the net proceeds of each charitable lottery or charitable game operated by the organization.
(8)The address of the location where each charitable lottery or charitable game will be conducted by the organization.
(9)The operational controls for each charitable lottery or charitable game, including, without limitation:
(10)A statement verifying that all charitable lotteries or charitable games will be conducted in accordance with the standards of honesty and integrity applicable to licensed gambling games in this State and that any prizes that would be deemed illegal under state or federal law will not be offered.
(11)Any other information the Chair deems appropriate.
(b)All applicable fees established by the Commission by regulation pursuant to subsection 3.
2.A qualified organization shall submit such additional information as necessary to correct or complete any information submitted pursuant to this section that becomes inaccurate or incomplete. The registration of a qualified organization is suspended during the period that any of the information is inaccurate or incomplete. The Chair may reinstate the registration of the organization only after all information has been corrected and completed.
3.The Commission, upon recommendation by the Board, shall adopt regulations establishing the fees that a qualified organization must submit to the Chair pursuant to this section.
4.The money collected pursuant to this section must be expended to administer and enforce the provisions of this chapter.
Section 462.160 — Registration of qualified organization: Application; fees; regulations; expenditure of application fees.,