Conduct of Monte Carlo Events in General
(1)Any person, corporation, or organization desiring to conduct Monte Carlo events shall:
(a)Comply with and meet all applicable provisions of ORS 128.610 (Short title) et seq., 167.117 (Definitions for ORS 167.108 to 167.164 and 464.270 to 464.530) et seq., 464.250 (Powers and duties of Department of Justice) et seq., OAR 137-025 et seq. and the applicable provisions of all other state, federal, and local laws.
(b)Be issued and maintain all applicable local licenses.
(2)A Monte Carlo event licensee shall not sell imitation money more than twelve months in advance of the event date.
(3)No Monte Carlo event shall be conducted that exceeds 12 hours in length. For the purposes of this subsection, the 12-hour period is not dependent upon whether contests of chance are continuously operated.
(4)Monte Carlo events shall not be conducted in the same location more than 15 times in a calendar month or 40 times in a calendar year.
(5)An organization conducting a Monte Carlo event may not directly or indirectly rent a facility for the event from a licensed Monte Carlo equipment supplier or a Monte Carlo event contractor.
(6)Any Monte Carlo event contractor, employee, or agent assisting the conduct of a Monte Carlo event shall wear a printed or typed name tag clearly visible by the participants. The printing on the tag shall include, but not be limited to the following:
(a)First name of the person;
(b)The name of the private Monte Carlo event contractor’s company for whom the person is working.
Rule 137-025-0430 — Conduct of Monte Carlo Events in General,