C-18.1 - Cinema Act

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97. Every holder of an exhibitor’s licence must transmit to the Minister a report on the films exhibited to the public on the screen for which the licence was issued. The report must include any information prescribed by regulation of the Government and must be sent at the intervals fixed in the regulation.
The report must include, for each week,
(1)  the name of the holder of the exhibitor’s licence and his licence number;
(2)  the exact location of the premises where the film is exhibited to the public;
(3)  the title of the film, the number of the stamp and the number of exhibitions to the public;
(4)  the number of admission tickets sold at each exhibition to the public and their unit price;
(5)  the name of the holder of a distributor’s licence and his licence number;
(6)  (subparagraph repealed);
(7)  any other information prescribed by regulation of the Government.
The Minister shall publish the information referred to in subparagraphs 3 and 4 of the second paragraph in the manner it considers appropriate.
1983, c. 37, s. 97; 1987, c. 71, s. 22; 1991, c. 21, s. 22; 2016, c. 72016, c. 7, s. 101.
97. Every holder of an exhibitor’s licence must transmit to the Régie a report on the films exhibited to the public on the screen for which the licence was issued. The report must include any information prescribed by regulation of the Régie and must be transmitted at the intervals fixed by regulation of the Régie.
The report must include, for each week,
(1)  the name of the holder of the exhibitor’s licence and his licence number;
(2)  the exact location of the premises where the film is exhibited to the public;
(3)  the title of the film, the number of the stamp and the number of exhibitions to the public;
(4)  the number of admission tickets sold at each exhibition to the public and their unit price;
(5)  the name of the holder of a distributor’s licence and his licence number;
(6)  (subparagraph repealed);
(7)  any other information prescribed by regulation of the Régie.
The Régie shall publish the information referred to in subparagraphs 3 and 4 of the second paragraph in the manner it considers appropriate.
1983, c. 37, s. 97; 1987, c. 71, s. 22; 1991, c. 21, s. 22.
97. A holder of an exhibitor’s licence must, in accordance with the regulations of the Government, transmit twice a month to the Régie, a report on the films he has exhibited to the public during the two preceding weeks.
The report must include, for each week,
(1)  the name of the holder of the exhibitor’s licence and his licence number;
(2)  the exact location of the premises where the film is exhibited to the public;
(3)  the title of the film, the number of the stamp and the number of exhibitions to the public;
(4)  the number of admission tickets sold at each exhibition to the public and their unit price;
(5)  the name of the holder of a distributor’s licence and his licence number;
Not in force
(6)  the method and rate of apportionment of revenues agreed upon between the holder of an exhibitor’s licence and the holder of a distributor’s licence;
(7)  any other information prescribed by regulation of the Government.
The Régie shall publish monthly, by the means it considers appropriate, the information contemplated in subparagraphs 3 and 4 of the second paragraph that it has received for the preceding month.
1983, c. 37, s. 97; 1987, c. 71, s. 22.