Report to the Attorney General by the Gaming Commission on the Status of Gaming in British ColumbiaMicroform - 1988
This document is the final report of the Gaming Commission investigating all aspects of gaming related operations in the Province. Outlines the role and responsibilities of the British Columbia Gaming Commission and the Public Gaming Branch, and makes recommendations. Identifies and discusses philosophical and social considerations of gaming and presents a history of gaming in British Columbia. Investigates the gaming experience and gaming casino models in other jurisdictions. Discusses the features of a proposed gaming model for British Columbia including destination resort gaming. Also discusses bingo, ticket lotteries, fairs and exhibitions, social clubs, licensing, registering and bonding, financial control and accountability, gaming training, equitable access to charity gaming, advertising and promotion, British Columbia steamship slot machines, and the police position on gaming in the Province.
Publisher: Victoria : The Commission, 1988
Description: 161 p
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 88-03230