Islands Lottery) (Jersey) Order 1997
DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, in pursuance of Article 3 of the Gambling (Jersey) Law 1964 and Regulations 10, 12 and 14 of
(Channel Islands Lottery) (Jersey) Regulations 1975, orders as follows –
Commencement [see endnotes]
1 Facilities for conduct of
For the purpose of conducting a draw, the Minister shall
staff to ensure the effective conduct of the draw;
computer systems and a lottery draw programme capable of random selection of
winning numbers and the prizes in respect of those numbers;
(c) an apparatus
capable of containing and agitating tokens and provided with a means by which
tokens may be removed singly; and
other equipment necessary for the effective conduct of the draw and for the
verification, recording and public announcement of the serial numbers of the
winning tickets, and of the prizes drawn in respect of those tickets.
of serial numbers and prizes
draw shall consist of the drawing of –
the Minister, in accordance with Regulation 5 of the Gambling (Channel Islands Lottery) (Jersey) Regulations
1975 (hereinafter referred to as the “Regulations”) so
determines and specifies, a jackpot prize.
numbered and digit prize shall be selected by computer from the prizes
determined and specified by the Minister under Regulation 5 of the Regulations and –
respect of a numbered prize, each winning ticket shall be determined by the
correspondence of the serial number of that ticket to a number selected at
random by computer from the serial numbers of all lottery tickets issued for
sale by the Minister or the Guernsey Committee;
respect of a digit prize, each winning ticket shall be determined by the
correspondence of 2 or more specified digits of the serial number of that
ticket to 2 or more digits selected at random by computer from any possible
combination of digits.
respect of the jackpot prize, the numbered prize of greatest value may be
increased by the drawing of a gold or silver token in accordance with the
procedure specified in Article 3, in respect of which there shall be
payable an additional prize as determined and specified by the Minister under Regulation
5 of the Regulations.
the purpose of drawing a jackpot prize the presiding officer shall place inside
the apparatus described in Article 1(c) –
gold token denoting the golden jackpot prize;
or more silver tokens denoting the silver jackpot prize; and
or more black tokens denoting no additional prize.
jackpot prize shall be determined as follows –
apparatus shall be agitated for not less than 5 seconds;
token shall be removed at random; and
colour of the token so drawn shall be verified and recorded and the value of
the prize, if any, shall be publicly announced.
addition to the presiding officer and the other member of the Board referred to
in Regulation 10(4) of the Regulations, every draw shall be conducted in the
presence of a scrutineer who shall be an officer in an administration of the
States for which the Minister is assigned responsibility, or a member of the
Guernsey Committee, or a member of the Board not being the presiding officer or
other member as aforesaid.
the purposes of this Article the person for the time being holding office as
Lottery Control Officer for the Island of Guernsey shall be deemed to be a
member of the Guernsey Committee.
The presiding officer, the member of the Board and the scrutineer
shall conform to the procedure laid down in such manual of procedure relating
to the testing and operation of the computer systems and the equipment referred
to in Article 1 as shall be approved by the Minister.
At the conclusion of the draw the list printed out by the computer
of the serial numbers of the winning tickets and of the prizes drawn in respect
of those tickets shall constitute the list referred to in Regulation 10(6)(e)
of the Regulations.
Access to the computer systems, the equipment and the lottery draw
programme referred to in Article 1 shall be controlled in accordance with
the procedures laid down in the manual of procedure referred to in Article 5.
prescribed amount for the purposes of Regulation 12(2) and (4) of the Regulations,
whereby a prize worth equal to or less than that amount shall be claimed from
an agent, shall be £12.
prescribed commission for the purpose of Regulation 12(3)(b) of the Regulations
which an agent is entitled to receive shall be 1% of the value of the prize to
which the winning ticket relates. 
This Order may be cited as the Gambling (Channel Islands Lottery)
(Jersey) Order 1997.