Public Laws

124th Legislature

Second Regular Session


Parts: A B C D E F

Chapter 652

H.P. 1292 - L.D. 1805

PART C

Sec. C-1. 12 MRSA 6536, as amended by PL 2009, c. 213, Pt. G, 12 and repealed by c. 396, 4, is repealed.

Sec. C-2. 17 MRSA 1834, sub-3, as enacted by PL 2009, c. 487, Pt. A, 2, is amended to read:

3.Operation of electronic video machines. The fee for a game of chance license to operate an electronic video machine in accordance with section 1832, subsection 8 is $15 for each week computed on a Monday to Sunday basis or for a portion of a week. The fee for a license issued for a calendar month is $60.

The Chief of the State Police may issue any combination of weekly or monthly licenses for the operation of electronic video machines. A license or combination of licenses to operate an authorized electronic video machine may not exceed be issued for a period of 6 up to 12 months.

Sec. C-3. 17 MRSA 1835, sub-1, B, as enacted by PL 2009, c. 487, Pt. A, 2, is amended to read:

B.Licensed card games that award part or all of the entry fees paid to participate in the game as prize money and in which no money or thing of value is wagered except for the entry fee are limited to a $5 daily entry fee and no more than 40 50 players at any one time at any one location.

Sec. C-4. Effective date. Those sections of this Part that amend the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 17, section 1834, subsection 3 and section 1835, subsection 1, paragraph B take effect 90 days after the adjournment of the Second Regular Session of the 124th Legislature.

Sec. C-5. 29-A MRSA 2083, sub-2, as amended by PL 2009, c. 50, 3 and c. 55, 4, is repealed and the following enacted in its place:

2. Compliance. An operator of a motorcycle or a parent or guardian may not allow a passenger under the age of 18 years to ride in violation of this section.

Sec. C-6. PL 2009, c. 344, Pt. D, 15, sub-3 is amended to read:

3. Licenses. With the exception of temporary licenses for delivery and plant operators, licenses Licenses issued by the Oil and Solid Fuel Board and the Propane and Natural Gas Board remain valid upon the effective date of this Act. Applicants for temporary delivery and plant operator licenses who apply after the effective date of this Act will be required to obtain a technician license with the appropriate authority. Temporary licenses for delivery and plant operators issued prior to the effective date of this Act remain valid until the expiration date and may not be reissued.

Sec. C-7. Retroactivity. That section of this Part that amends Public Law 2009, chapter 344, Part D, section 15, subsection 3 applies retroactively to January 1, 2010.

Sec. C-8. PL 2009, c. 496, 30 is amended to read:

Sec. 30. Contingent retroactive effective date. That section of this Act that amends the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 36, section 1752, subsection 14, paragraph B, as amended by Public Law 2007, chapter 627, section 43, takes effect applies retroactively to August 1, 2008 only if Public Law 2009, chapter 382 is not ratified by a majority of the electors voting on that measure pursuant to the Constitution of Maine, Article IV, Section 17.

Sec. C-9. PL 2009, c. 496, 31 is amended to read:

Sec. 31. Contingent retroactive effective date. That section of this Act that amends the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 36, section 1752, subsection 14, paragraph B, as amended by Public Law 2009, chapter 382, Part B, section 17 and affected by section 52, takes effect applies retroactively to August 1, 2008 only if Public Law 2009, chapter 382 is ratified by a majority of the electors voting on that measure pursuant to the Constitution of Maine, Article IV, Section 17.

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