Gambling (Channel Islands Lottery) (Jersey) Regulations 1975

Revised Edition

11.300.30

Showing the law as at 1 January 2006

This is a revised edition of the law




Gambling (Channel Islands Lottery) (Jersey) Regulations 1975[1]

THE STATES, in pursuance of Article 3 of the Gambling (Jersey) Law 1964,[2] have made the following Regulations –

Commencement [see endnotes]

1        Interpretation

(1)     In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires –

agent” means a person appointed by the Minister under Regulation 9 as an agent for the sale of tickets;

draw” means the drawing by computer or other prescribed means of the serial numbers of the winning tickets, and of the prizes allocated thereto, in the Channel Islands Lottery and “drawn” shall be construed accordingly;[3]

Guernsey” means the Bailiwick of Guernsey;

Guernsey Committee” means the States of Guernsey Gambling Control Committee;[4]

instant game” means a lottery to which Regulation 2(2) refers;[5]

instant lottery” has the same meaning as in the Gambling (Gaming and Lotteries) (Jersey) Regulations 1965[6];

Jersey” means the Bailiwick of Jersey;

prescribe” means prescribe by Order;

sub-agent” means a person duly appointed as such under Regulation 9(2);[7]

ticket” means a document evidencing the claim of a person to participate in the chances of the draw in respect of which it is issued, or which is issued pursuant to these Regulations in connection with the allocation of prizes in an instant lottery;[8]

winning combination” means the combination of numbers, pictures or other symbols –

(a)     on a ticket; or

(b)     on a part of a ticket,

which will entitle the holder of the ticket or of such part to a prize;[9]

winning ticket” means –

(a)     in respect of a ticket or part of a ticket which consists of an entry in a public lottery, a ticket or part of a ticket the serial number of which corresponds in manner specified with the serial number of a ticket which has been drawn; or

(b)     when used to refer to a ticket, or a part of a ticket, which consists of an entry in an instant lottery, means –

(i)      a ticket, or

(ii)      a part of a ticket,

which reveals a winning combination.[10]

(2)     For the purposes of any enactment, participation in the Channel Islands Lottery shall not be held to be gaming.

(3)     Any reference in any enactment to a public lottery within the meaning of the Gambling (Public Lotteries) (Jersey) Regulations 1966[11] or, as the case may be, the Gambling (Public Lotteries) (Jersey) Regulations 1971 shall be construed as a reference to the Channel Islands Lottery.

2        Promotion and conduct of Channel Islands Lottery

(1)     Subject to the provisions of these Regulations, the Minister may, from time to time, jointly with the Guernsey Committee –

(a)     promote and conduct a public lottery, the draws of which may be held in Jersey or Guernsey; and

(b)     promote an instant lottery as part of such public lottery.[12]

(2)     Subject to the provisions of these Regulations, the Minister may from time to time jointly with the Guernsey Committee promote and conduct an instant lottery (in these Regulations called an “instant game”) as an alternative to the lotteries to which paragraph (1) refers.[13]

(3)     The lotteries to which paragraphs (1) and (2) refer shall be known collectively as the Channel Islands Lottery.[14]

(4)     Participation in the Channel Islands Lottery shall be lawful.

(5)     The Minister may, in connection with the promotion and conduct of the Channel Islands Lottery, do all such things and give all such directions (insofar as such things are to be done and such directions are to have effect within Jersey) as the Minister may think necessary or expedient for ensuring the efficient and proper conduct thereof, and for promoting the sale of tickets in connection therewith.

3        Constitution and functions of Public Lotteries Board

(1)     There shall be constituted, in manner provided by this Regulation, a Public Lotteries Board (hereinafter referred to as the “Board”) for the purposes of –

(a)     advising and assisting the Minister in all matters concerning the promotion and conduct in Jersey of the Channel Islands Lottery;

(b)     exercising the functions attributed to it by or under these Regulations.

(2)     The States, on the recommendation of the Minister, shall appoint a chairman and not less than 6 other persons to be members of the Board, all of whom shall be persons of integrity who are ordinarily resident in Jersey.

(3)     Subject to the provisions of paragraphs (4) and (5), a member of the Board shall hold office for a period of 5 years beginning with the day on which the member was appointed, and a person so appointed may in like manner be reappointed.

(4)     A member of the Board shall cease to hold office if –

(a)     the member tenders his or her resignation in writing to the Minister;

(b)     the member becomes bankrupt;

(c)     the member appoints a special attorney without whom the member may not act in matters real or personal;

(d)     a curator is appointed to manage and administer the member’s property and affairs;

(e)     the member is convicted of any offence involving fraud or dishonesty; or

(f)      the Board by resolution declares that the member has been absent, without due notice, on 3 or more occasions from a draw at which, in pursuance of paragraph (8), he or she had been appointed to attend.

(5)     If a vacancy occurs in the office of chairman of the Board, or if the number of the other members thereof falls below 6, the States shall appoint to the vacancy in manner provided by paragraph (2), and a member so appointed shall, subject to the provisions of paragraph (4), hold office until the day on which the member whom he or she replaces would regularly have ceased to be a member of the Board.

(6)     The Minister shall –

(a)     pay to the members of the Board such remuneration (if any) as may be prescribed;

(b)     provide a secretary, and such accommodation as may be necessary, for the purposes of the Board;

(c)     defray such expenses of the Board as the Minister may approve.

(7)     At a meeting of the Board –

(a)     the quorum shall be 5;

(b)     if, at the time appointed for the meeting, the chairman is not present, the members present, being a quorum, shall appoint one of their number to act as chairman and the person so appointed shall, in any case where the votes of the members are equally divided, have a second or casting vote.

(8)     The Board shall, in the case of a draw taking place in Jersey –

(a)     arrange for not less than 2 of its members to be present at each draw;

(b)     appoint one of the members so present (hereinafter referred to as the “presiding officer”) to preside at each draw,

and shall notify the Minister of the arrangements so made and of the persons so appointed.

4        Financial provisions

(1)     For the purposes of the participation by the States in the Channel Islands Lottery there shall be established a fund to be called the Channel Islands Lottery (Jersey) Fund (hereinafter referred to as ‘the Fund’), to be administered by the Treasurer of the States.[15]

(2)     There shall be paid into the Fund all monies –

(a)     accruing from the sale of Channel Islands Lottery tickets in Jersey;

(b)     paid by the Guernsey Committee as its contribution towards the cost of prizes and expenses jointly incurred with the Minister in promoting and conducting the Channel Islands Lottery or otherwise arising in connection with it; and

(c)     otherwise accruing from or in connection with the promotion and conduct of the Channel Islands Lottery.[16]

(3)     There shall be paid out of the Fund –

(a)     all prizes claimed in Jersey;

(b)     monies paid by the Minister as his or her contribution towards the expenses jointly incurred with the Guernsey Committee in promoting and conducting the Channel Islands Lottery or otherwise arising in connection with he or she;

(c)     the cost of prizes claimed in Guernsey; and

(d)     all other expenses of the Minister in relation to the promotion and conduct of the Channel Islands Lottery.[17]

(4)     On the coming into force of this Regulation all sums standing to the credit of the Public Lotteries Fund established under Regulation 4(2) of the Gambling (Public Lotteries) (Jersey) Regulations 1971[18] shall vest in and become assets of the Fund, and any liabilities which, but for these Regulations, would have been payable out of the Public Lotteries Fund shall be payable out of the Fund.

(5)     The Minister may set aside reserves and may utilize such reserves in connection with the exercise of his or her functions under these Regulations in such manner as he or she thinks fit, but any monies standing to the credit of the Fund which have not been set aside by the Minister shall be applied in such manner and for such purposes of public benefit as the States shall from time to time by Act direct.

(6)     The Minister shall, not later than 15th March in each year, submit to the States a report on, and an income and expenditure account in respect of his or her participation in, draws conducted during the calendar year next preceding that date.

5        Number and price of tickets, prizes and place of draw

In connection with each draw, the Minister shall, jointly with the Guernsey Committee, determine the number of tickets to be issued and shall so determine, and specify by notice published in the Jersey Gazette and in such other manner as he or she thinks fit –

(a)     the price at which each ticket to be issued in connection with the draw shall be sold;

(b)     where a ticket is divisible into parts –

(i)      where each part bears an identical serial number, the price at which each such part shall be sold, or

(ii)      where one part consists of an entry in an instant lottery, the price at which each ticket shall be sold;

(c)     the prizes to be awarded and the manner in which the prizes are to be allocated;

(d)     the time and place appointed for the draw to take place;

(e)     such other matters as the Minister may think necessary or expedient. [19]

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In connection with each instant game, the Minister shall jointly with the Guernsey Committee determine the number of tickets to be issued and shall so determine, and specify by notice published in the Jersey Gazette and in such other manner as he or she thinks fit –

(a)     the price at which each ticket to be issued in connection with the instant game shall be sold;

(b)     the prizes to be awarded;

(c)     the period (if any) during which the tickets are to be sold; and

(d)     such other matters as the Minister may think necessary or expedient.

7        Tickets

(1)     Subject to the provisions of paragraph (2), the tickets to be issued for sale in connection with a draw shall be of such design and colour, and shall be printed on such paper bearing such watermark, as the Minister and the Guernsey Committee may from time to time jointly determine.

(2)     Any determination under paragraph (1) shall not operate so as to permit the issue in respect of a particular draw of tickets differing as to colour, design, paper or watermark from other tickets issued in respect of that draw.

(3)     Tickets may be in such form as to be divisible into parts and –

(a)     where each part bears an identical serial number, any such part may be sold separately at a price which bears the same proportion to the price of the whole ticket as the part bears thereto; or

(b)     where one part bears a serial number to be entered in a draw and the other part consists of entry in an instant lottery, the ticket shall only be sold whole for the price determined under Regulation 5(b)(ii).[21]

(4)     Subject to paragraph (5), every ticket, and, where the ticket is divisible into parts, each bearing an identical serial number, every part of a ticket shall contain the following particulars, that is to say –

(a)     the time, and place appointed for, and the number of the draw in respect of which the ticket is issued;

(b)     the serial number of the ticket;

(c)     the price at which the ticket or as the case may be, the part of the ticket is to be sold;

(d)     such other particulars, if any, as the Minister and the Guernsey Committee may jointly determine,

and every part of a ticket shall contain an indication of the proportion which the part bears to the whole ticket. [22]

(5)     Every ticket where one part bears a serial number to be entered in a draw and the other part consists of an entry in an instant lottery, shall contain the following particulars, that is to say –

(a)     in respect of the first part, those particulars which are set out in paragraph (4)(a), (b) and (d);

(b)     in respect of the second part –

(i)      a combination of numbers, pictures or other symbols that are concealed when the ticket is sold but which are capable of being revealed and which in some cases will consist of a winning combination,

(ii)      an indication of which combination of numbers, pictures or other symbols will consist of a winning combination and the prizes to be awarded in each case if such winning combination is revealed, and

(iii)     such other particulars, if any, as the Minister and the Guernsey Committee may jointly determine; and

(c)     the price at which the ticket is to be sold.[23]

(6)     Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this Regulation, the Minister may cause every ticket, and, where a ticket is divisible into parts, every part of every ticket, issued to agents for sale in Jersey in respect of a particular draw to be marked in such manner as the Minister may from time to time prescribe.

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(1)     Subject to the provisions of paragraph (2), the tickets to be issued for sale in connection with an instant game shall be of such design and colour, and shall be printed on such paper bearing such watermark, as the Minister and the Guernsey Committee may from time to time jointly determine.

(2)     Any determination under paragraph (1) shall not operate so as to prevent the issue in respect of a particular instant game of tickets differing as to colour, design, paper or watermark from other tickets issued in respect of that instant game.

(3)     Every ticket shall contain the following particulars, that is to say –

(a)     a combination of numbers, pictures or other symbols which are concealed when the ticket is sold but which are capable of being revealed and which in some cases will consist of a winning combination;

(b)     an indication of which combination of numbers, pictures or other symbols will consist of a winning combination and the prizes to be awarded in each case if such winning combination is revealed;

(c)     the price at which the ticket is to be sold; and

(d)     such other particulars, if any, as the Minister and the Guernsey Committee may jointly determine.

9        Agents for the sale of tickets

(1)     The Minister, in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation, may appoint persons, aged 20 years or over, to act as agents for the sale of tickets on such terms and conditions as the Minister may determine.

(2)     An agent, for the purpose of selling tickets allotted to him or her, may appoint persons, aged 20 years or over, as sub-agents, and may terminate the appointment of any sub-agent.

(3)     If an agent contravenes any provision of these Regulations or the terms and conditions (if any) of his or her appointment as agent, the Minister, without prejudice to any proceedings in respect of the contravention, may forthwith revoke the appointment of that agent.

10      Draws in Jersey

(1)     Subject to the provisions of this Regulation the Minister –

(a)     shall prescribe the means by which, and the manner in which, draws shall be conducted;

(b)     may prescribe all such other matters as, in his or her opinion, are necessary or expedient for securing the proper conduct of draws.

(2)     The Minister shall cause to be provided at each draw, for the use of the presiding officer, a copy of these Regulations and of any Order for the time being in force made under paragraph (1).

(3)     Subject to the limitations of the accommodation available and to paragraph (6)(d), members of the public shall be admitted to witness every draw.

(4)     Every draw shall be conducted in the presence of the presiding officer and not less than one other member of the Board and, for the purposes of this Regulation, the secretary of the Board shall be deemed to be a member thereof.

(5)     If, at the time and place appointed for the holding of a draw –

(a)     the presiding officer is not present, but there are present not less than 2 other members of the Board, those other members shall choose one of their number to act as presiding officer and, in such a case, the expression “presiding officer” shall include the person so chosen;

(b)     there are not present at least 2 members of the Board, the draw shall be postponed to such other time as the Minister, or any person authorized in that behalf by the Minister and present at the time and place so appointed, may direct.

(6)     The presiding officer –

(a)     shall have the control and be responsible for the proper conduct of the draw in accordance with this Regulation and any Order made under paragraph (1) thereof;

(b)     shall, in the event of any breakdown of, or defect in, any mechanism for effecting the drawing of serial numbers of winning tickets and prizes, suspend the drawing of any serial numbers and prizes which, at the time of the occurrence of the breakdown or defect, remain to be drawn until such time as the presiding officer is satisfied that the breakdown or defect has been remedied;

(c)     if, during a draw, any dispute or question arises regarding a winning serial number, or the method of conducting the draw, or otherwise in connection therewith, may suspend the draw and, if the presiding officer suspends the draw, shall as soon as may be refer the dispute or question to the Minister, and the decision of the Minister thereon shall be final and without appeal;

(d)     shall cause to be removed from the place where the draw is conducted any person who obstructs or impedes the conduct of the draw, or who creates any disturbance at that place;

(e)     shall, forthwith on the conclusion of a draw, prepare, in sufficient number of copies, a list of the serial numbers of the winning tickets and of the prizes drawn in respect thereof and shall sign and otherwise authenticate in such manner as the Minister may require such number of copies (hereinafter referred to as “authenticated copies”) as the Minister may require and shall cause –

(i)      one authenticated copy to be posted at or about the place where the draw was conducted,

(ii)      to be delivered to the Minister such number of copies and authenticated copies as the Minister may require,

(iii)     to be delivered to the Guernsey Committee such number of copies and authenticated copies as that Committee may require.

(7)     The Minister, as soon as may be after copies of a list have been delivered under paragraph (6)(e)(ii), shall cause –

(a)     a copy thereof to be delivered to the Treasurer of the States;

(b)     the list to be published in the Jersey Gazette and in such other manner as he or she thinks fit, together with a notice stating –

(i)      the places where, and the times during which, payment of prizes may be claimed,

(ii)      the latest day for claiming such payment.

(8)     Where, for any reason a draw is postponed, or having been suspended cannot be resumed, on the day appointed, the Minister shall, as soon as may be after such postponement or suspension, cause to be published in the Jersey Gazette and in such other manner as the Minister may think fit a notice of the reason and of the time and place appointed for the draw to be conducted or resumed, as the case may be, and shall inform the Guernsey Committee accordingly:

Provided that if, for any reason, it is not practicable to cause the notice aforesaid to be published in the Jersey Gazette, it shall be sufficient compliance with provisions of this paragraph if the notice is published in such manner as to afford to members of the public reasonable opportunity to have knowledge of the time and place so appointed.

11      Draws in Guernsey

(1)     Where a draw is held in Guernsey the Minister, as soon as may be after receiving a copy of a list of the serial numbers of the winning tickets and of the prizes drawn in respect thereof signed by some person duly authorized in that behalf by the Guernsey Committee, shall cause –

(a)     a copy thereof to be delivered to the Treasurer of the States; and

(b)     the list to be published in the Jersey Gazette, and in such other manner as the Minister thinks fit, together with a notice stating –

(i)      the places where, and the times during which payment of prizes may be claimed, and

(ii)      the latest day for claiming such payment.

(2)     If, in the case of a draw to be held in Guernsey, the Minister is informed by the Guernsey Committee that for any reason the draw will not be held or will not be completed on the appointed day, the Minister shall, as soon as may be after receiving such information, cause to be published in the Jersey Gazette, and in such other manner as the Minister may think fit, a notice of the reason and of the time and place appointed for the draw to be held or resumed, as the case may be:

Provided that if, for any reason, it is not practicable to cause the notice aforesaid to be published in the Jersey Gazette, it shall be sufficient compliance with this paragraph if the notice is published in such manner as to afford to members of the public reasonable opportunity to have knowledge of the time and place so appointed.

12      Payment of prizes[25]

(1)     Subject to the provisions of this Regulation the following prizes shall be paid in respect of lotteries to which Regulation 2(1) refers –

(a)     in the case of any ticket consisting of an entry in a public lottery –

(i)      where the serial number of a ticket corresponds to the number which has been drawn, the prize drawn in respect of that number, and

(ii)      where some of the digits of the serial number of that ticket correspond in manner specified with the digits of a serial number which has been drawn, the prize specified in respect of such correspondence;

(b)     in the case of any ticket consisting of an entry in a public lottery which is divisible into parts, an amount in respect of each part which bears the same proportion to the amount of the prize specified in sub-paragraph (a) as the part bears to the whole ticket; and

(c)     in the case of any part of a ticket consisting of an entry in an instant lottery revealing a winning combination, the prize corresponding to that combination.[26]

(2)     A holder of a winning ticket or part of a winning ticket who is not an agent or sub-agent shall claim a prize by presenting and delivering up such ticket or part of a ticket –

(a)     in the case of a ticket consisting of an entry into a public lottery –

(i)      where the total prize payable in respect of such ticket does not exceed such amount as the Minister may prescribe, to an agent, or

(ii)      in any other case to an agent or the Treasurer of the States; and

(b)     in the case of any part of a ticket consisting of an entry in an instant lottery –

(i)      where the prize payable in respect of such part of a ticket does not exceed such amount as the Minister may prescribe, to an agent or sub-agent, or

(ii)      in any other case to an agent, sub-agent or the Treasurer of the States.

(3)     A holder of a winning ticket who is an agent –

(a)     shall claim a prize by presenting and delivering up such ticket or part of a ticket to the Treasurer of the States;

(b)     shall be entitled to receive in addition to any prize payable in respect of such ticket or part of a ticket such commission as may be prescribed; and

(c)     shall not be required to account to the person from whom the holder has received a ticket or part of a ticket in accordance with paragraphs (2) or (4) for any commission so received.

(4)     A holder of part of a winning ticket consisting of an entry in an instant lottery who is a sub-agent shall claim a prize by presenting and delivering up such part to an agent, save that where the prize payable in respect of such part of a ticket exceeds such amount as the Minister may prescribe, he or she may so claim from the Treasurer of the States.

(5)     No payment of a prize shall be effected in Jersey in any case where the claim for such prize is made –

(a)     outside the times stated in a notice published in pursuance of Regulation 10(7)(b) or Regulation 11(1)(b), as the case may be, unless such claim is made by post or is made in respect of an entry in an instant lottery; or

(b)     after the expiration of the period of 12 months beginning with the day appointed for the conduct of the draw in respect of which the ticket or part of a ticket for which such prize is claimed was issued.

(6)     In any case where payment of a prize is not claimed within the period mentioned in paragraph (5)(b), the amount of the prize not so claimed shall be divided between the Minister and the Guernsey Committee in such proportions as may be agreed by them, and any sum so accruing to the Minister shall be paid into the Fund.

(7)     Where a prize is payable in respect of a winning ticket or part of a winning ticket –

(a)     it shall be paid to the person claiming the prize under paragraphs (2), (3) or (4);

(b)     payment of such prize shall be an effective discharge of all liability on the part of the person making the payment; and

(c)     no liability shall attach to the States, the Minister or any employee or agent of the States or in an administration of the States for which the Minister is assigned responsibility, being liability in respect of such payment.

(8)     No payment shall be made in respect of any prize claimed in accordance with paragraphs (2), (3) or (4) unless the person from whom the prize is claimed is satisfied that the ticket presented to claim the prize is properly identified as a winning ticket for that prize.

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(1)     Subject to the provisions of this Regulation, the prize to be paid in the case of a ticket consisting of an entry in an instant game revealing a winning combination shall be the prize indicated as the prize awarded on the revealing of that combination.

(2)     The holder of a winning ticket consisting of an entry in an instant game shall claim a prize in the same manner as the holder of a part of a winning ticket consisting of an entry in an instant lottery to which Regulation 2(1) refers, and Regulation 12(2), (3) and (4) (including the provisions in those paragraphs conferring on the Minister powers to prescribe amounts) shall apply accordingly as they apply in relation to such parts of tickets and their holders.

(3)     Regulation 12(7) and (8) shall also apply in relation to a prize which is payable in respect of a winning ticket consisting of an entry in an instant game, and in relation to the person claiming the prize under this Regulation, as they apply in relation to prizes and claimants in lotteries to which Regulation 2(1) refers.

(4)     No payment of a prize in an instant game shall be effected in Jersey in any case where the claim for such prize is made after the expiration of a date appointed by the Minister in a notice published in the Jersey Gazette and in such other manner as the Minister thinks fit, such date being not less than 12 months after the ticket was issued.

(5)     In any case where payment of a prize in an instant game is not claimed within the period mentioned in paragraph (4), the amount of the prize not so claimed shall be divided between the Minister and the Guernsey Committee in such proportions as may be agreed by them and any sum so accruing to the Minister shall be paid into the Fund.

14      Orders

(1)     The Minister may make Orders prescribing anything which, under these Regulations, may be, or is required to be, prescribed.

(2)     The Subordinate Legislation (Jersey) Law 1960[28] shall apply to Orders made under these Regulations.

15      Offences

(1)     Any person who –

(a)     makes or prints, or causes to be made or printed, or, with intent to defraud, has in his or her possession, any document so closely resembling a ticket or a part of a ticket as to be calculated to deceive;

(b)     knowingly sells, or offers or exposes for sale, or attempts to sell, as a ticket or as a part of a ticket –

(i)      any document which is not a ticket or a part of a ticket,

(ii)      a ticket or part of a ticket, other than a ticket or a part of a ticket to which paragraph (2) applies, relating to a draw in respect of which the serial numbers of the winning tickets have previously been drawn, or

(iii)     in any draw in respect of which the Minister has decided, in accordance with Regulation 7(6), that all tickets issued for sale in Jersey should be marked, a ticket or a part of a ticket, other than a ticket or a part of a ticket to which paragraph (2) applies, which is not so marked;

(c)     not being an agent or sub-agent, sells a ticket in Jersey;

(d)     with intent to defraud –

(i)      interferes with a draw, or

(ii)      defaces or materially alters a ticket or part of a ticket or has in his or her possession a ticket or part of a ticket which has been defaced or materially altered;

(e)     obstructs or impedes the conduct of a draw; or

(f)      creates any disturbance at or about the place where a draw is being, or is about to be, conducted,

shall be guilty of an offence.[29]

(2)     Paragraph (1)(b)(ii) and (iii) shall not operate so as to make unlawful the sale by the holder of a winning ticket or of a part thereof of that ticket or that part during the period limited for the claiming of the prize in respect of that ticket or that part.

16      Citation

These Regulations may be cited as the Gambling (Channel Islands Lottery) (Jersey) Regulations 1975.


Endnotes

Table of Legislation History

Legislation

Year and No

Commencement

Gambling (Channel Islands Lottery) (Jersey) Regulations 1975

R&O.6153

16 May 1975

Gambling (Channel Islands Lottery) (Amendment) (Jersey) Regulations 1980

R&O.6874

1 December 1980

Gambling (Channel Islands Lottery) (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Regulations 1994

R&O.8686

1 June 1994

Gambling (Channel Islands Lottery) (Amendment No. 3) (Jersey) Regulations 1997

R&O.9153

29 October 1997

Gambling (Channel Islands Lottery) (Amendment No. 4) (Jersey) Regulations 2001

R&O.114/2001

2 August 2001

States of Jersey (Amendments and Construction Provisions No. 4) (Jersey) Regulations 2005

R&O.44/2005

9 December 2005

Table of Renumbered Provisions

Original

Current

1(2)

spent, omitted from this revised edition

  (3)

1(2)

  (4)

  (3)     

2(1A)

2(2)

  (1B)

  (3)

  (2)

  (4)

  (3)

  (5)

4(1A)

4(2)

  (1B)

  (3)

  (2)

  (4)

  (3)

  (5)

  (4)

  (6)

5A

6

6

7

6(4A)

7(5)

  (5)

  (6)

6A

8

7

9

8

10

8(9)

repealed by R&O.6874

9

11

10

12

10A

13

11

14

12

15

13

spent, omitted from this revised edition

14

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Table of Endnote References



[1]                                    These Regulations have been amended by the States of Jersey (Amendments and Construction Provisions No. 4) (Jersey) Regulations 2005. The amendments replace all references to a Committee of the States of Jersey with a reference to a Minister of the States of Jersey, and remove and add defined terms appropriately, consequentially upon the move from a committee system of government to a ministerial system of government.

[2]                                    chapter 11.300

[3] Regulation 1(1)      definition “draw” amended by R&O.6874

[4] Regulation 1(1)      definition “Guernsey Committee” inserted by R&O.114/2001

[5] Regulation 1(1)      definition “instant game” inserted by R&O.114/2001         

[6]                                    chapter 11.300.50

Regulation 1(1)        definition “instant lottery” inserted by R&O.9153

[7] Regulation 1(1)      definition “sub-agent” inserted by R&O.9153

[8] Regulation 1(1)      definition “ticket” amended by R&O.114/2001

[9] Regulation 1(1)      definition “winning combination” substituted by R&O.114/2001; former definition inserted by R&O.9153

[10] Regulation 1(1)     definition “winning ticket” substituted by R&O.9153, amended by R&O.114/2001

[11]                                   R&O.4798

[12] Regulation 2(1)     substituted by R&O.9153, amended by R&O.114/2001

[13] Regulation 2(2)     inserted by R&O.114/2001

[14] Regulation 2(3)     inserted by R&O.114/2001

[15] Regulation 4(1)     substituted by R&O.9153

[16] Regulation 4(2)     inserted by R&O.9153

[17] Regulation 4(3)     inserted by R&O.9153

[18]                                   chapter 11.300.80

[19] Regulation 5          amended by R&O.9153

[20] Regulation 6          inserted by R&O.114/2001

[21] Regulation 7(3)     substituted by R&O.9153

[22] Regulation 7(4)     amended by R&O.9153

[23] Regulation 7(5)     inserted by R&O.9153

[24] Regulation 8          inserted by R&O.114/2001

[25] Regulation 12        substituted by R&O.9153; former paragraph 12(3) amended by R&O.8686

[26] Regulation 12(1)  amended by R&O.114/2001

[27] Regulation 13        inserted by R&O.114/2001

[28]                                   chapter 15.720

[29] Regulation 15(1)  amended by R&O.6874, R&O.9153


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