§ 3. Licensing for the conducting of pull tabs and jar games is subject to the following
(1) The license application, when submitted to the Department of Revenue, shall contain
a sworn statement attesting to the not-for-profit character of the prospective licensee
organization and shall be signed by a person listed on the application as an owner,
officer, or other person in charge of the necessary day-to-day operations of that
(2) The license application shall be prepared in accordance with the rules of the
Department of Revenue.
(3) The licensee shall prominently display the license in the area where the licensee
conducts pull tabs and jar games. The licensee shall likewise display, in the form and manner as prescribed by the
Department, the provisions of Section 4 of this Act.
(4) Each license shall state the location at which the licensee is permitted to conduct
pull tabs and jar games. The Department may, on special application made by a licensed organization, issue
a special permit to conduct a single pull tabs or jar games event at another location. A special permit shall be displayed at the site of any pull tabs or jar games authorized
by such permit.
(4.1) A license is not assignable or transferable.
(5) Any organization qualified for a license but not holding one, may upon application
and payment of a nonrefundable fee of $50 receive a limited license to conduct pull
tabs or jar games at no more than 2 indoor or outdoor festivals in a year for a maximum
of 5 consecutive days on each occasion. No more than 2 limited licenses under this subsection may be issued to any organization
in any year. The limited license shall be prominently displayed at the site where pull tabs or
jar games are sold.
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