Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 74
IDAHO STATE LOTTERY
67-7412.  Selection of lottery game retailers. The director, pursuant to rule, shall select as lottery game retailers such persons as are deemed best to serve the public convenience and to promote the sale of tickets or shares. No natural person under the age of eighteen (18) shall be a lottery game retailer. In the selection of a lottery game retailer, the director shall consider factors such as financial responsibility, accessibility of the place of business or activity to the public, security of the premises, integrity, reputation, the sufficiency of existing lottery game retailers to serve the public convenience and the projected volume of sales for the lottery game involved.
Prior to the execution of any contract with a lottery game retailer, the director may require a prospective lottery game retailer to disclose to the lottery the lottery game retailer’s name and address and the names and addresses of the following:
(1)  If the prospective lottery game retailer is a corporation, the officers, directors, and each stockholder in such corporation; except that, in the case of stockholders of publicly held equity securities of a publicly traded corporation, only the names and addresses of those known to the corporation to own five percent (5%) or more of such securities need be disclosed;
(2)  If the prospective lottery game retailer is a trust, the trustee and all persons entitled to receive income or benefit from the trust;
(3)  If the prospective lottery game retailer is an association, the members, officers, and directors;
(4)  If the prospective lottery game retailer is a subsidiary, the officers, directors and each stockholder of the parent corporation thereof; except that, in the case of stockholders of a publicly traded corporation, only the names and addresses of those known to the corporation to own five percent (5%) or more of such securities need be disclosed;
(5)  If the prospective lottery game retailer is a partnership or joint venture, all of the general partners, limited partners, or joint venturers;
(6)  If the parent company, general partner, limited partner, or joint venturer of any prospective lottery game retailer is itself a corporation, trust, association, subsidiary, partnership, or joint venture, then all of the information required herein shall be disclosed for such other entity as if it were itself a prospective lottery game retailer to the end that full disclosure of ultimate ownership be achieved;
     (7)  If any member of the immediate family of any prospective lottery game retailer is involved in the lottery game retailer’s business in any capacity, then all of the information required herein shall be disclosed for such immediate family member as if such immediate family member were a prospective lottery game retailer;
(8)  The details of any felony conviction of a criminal offense, state or federal, of the retailer or any person whose name and address are required by the disclosure requirements of this section; and
(9)  The details of any disciplinary action of a judicial nature taken by any state against the retailer or any person whose name and address are required by this section regarding any matter related to the selling, leasing, offering for sale or lease, buying, or servicing of gaming materials or equipment.
No person shall be a lottery game retailer who is engaged exclusively in the business of selling lottery tickets or shares. The director may contract with lottery game retailers on a permanent, seasonal or temporary basis. The lottery may require payment by each lottery game retailer to the lottery of an initial fee and an annual fee as a condition for a contract to be a lottery game retailer. The authority to act as a lottery game retailer shall not be assignable or transferable. A lottery game retailer shall report immediately to the lottery any changes in the information required in this section.

History:
[67-7412, added 1988, ch. 232, sec. 2, p. 452; am. 1989, ch. 352, sec. 5, p. 885.]


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