(b) The commission shall then determine the total number of authorizations to have video lottery terminals reserved under subsection (a) of this section and subtract that number from the total number of video lottery terminals authorized for the state in section 22B-1101 of this part. This establishes the number of authorizations available for bid as provided in section 22B-1106.
(c) If an application for a limited video lottery retailer's license is received after the first day of August, 2001, whether from an applicant who on the first day of January, 2001, held a private club license issued under article 60-7-1, et seq., of this code or a Class "A" nonintoxicating beer license issued under article 11-16-1, et seq., of this code, or from an applicant who is issued a private club license or a Class "A" nonintoxicating beer license after the first day of January, 2001, no authorization to have video lottery terminals may be reserved for that applicant under this section. The applicant may contract with a licensed operator to furnish video lottery terminals or may submit a bid for authorization to own video lottery terminals as provided in section 22B-1106 of this part.
(d) As used in this section the term "received" means physically received in the office of the state lottery by 4:30 p.m. on the first day of August, 2001.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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