Application for Monte Carlo Event License
(1)An application for a Monte Carlo license or license renewal shall be made on a form prescribed by the Department, shall be signed by a responsible official of the organization, and must be accompanied by the license application fee as provided in section (3) of this rule. The Department shall reject applications which are incomplete, are not accompanied by the documents required by this section, or are not accompanied by a sufficient license fee. An applicant shall be immediately notified of any such deficiencies. The license application shall include the following information:
(a)The name, address and telephone number of the organization;
(b)A statement of the purposes for which the money received from the Monte Carlo events will be used;
(c)A statement as to whether or not the organization has had a license to operate bingo, raffle games, or Monte Carlo events denied, revoked or suspended by the State of Oregon or any other licensing authority; and
(d)The full names and addresses of the responsible officials of the organization.
(2)The applicant shall submit the following documents with the application. The information required in subsections (b) and (c) of this section shall be on forms prescribed by the Department and shall be signed by a responsible official of the organization:
(a)A copy of a letter supporting tax exempt status as specified in OAR 137-025-0030 (Eligibility for Licenses in General)(1)(c);
(b)As required by ORS 464.280 (Burden to establish qualifications), a waiver of potential liability claims against the State of Oregon, its agencies, employees and agents for any damages resulting from any disclosure or publication of any information acquired by the Department during any of its investigations, inquiries or hearings;
(c)A consent to inspection authorized by ORS 464.280 (Burden to establish qualifications) and the rules adopted thereto; and
(d)Copies of current or proposed rental or service contracts for facility lease or rental, and Monte Carlo event service or equipment provider. If no contract has been proposed or offered at the time of license application, applicant shall submit such contracts for approval by the Department, not less than seven days prior to the actual conduct of any Monte Carlo event;
(e)Consent to allow Department employees to be present on the premises before, during, and after the conduct of the Monte Carlo event to inspect and test equipment and examine records maintained by licensee;
(f)Such other information as requested by the Department.
(3)The non-refundable application fees are as follows:
(a)Class A Monte Carlo event license — $100;
(b)Class B Monte Carlo event license — $40.
Rule 137-025-0410 — Application for Monte Carlo Event License,