RULES FOR CONDUCTING A GAMBLING ACTIVITY
"We," "our," and "us" mean the commission and staff.
Defining "consecutively numbered," "consecutive," and "consecutively."
Accept checks in gambling activities.
Licensed employees must wear nametags.
Age restrictions for players.
Detaining and identifying persons under eighteen years of age engaging in or attempting to engage in authorized gambling activities.
Conducting underage compliance test programs with minors.
Prevent intoxicated persons from operating or playing gambling activities.
Restrictions on alcohol as prizes.
Restrictions on firearms as prizes.
Restrictions and conditions for gambling promotions.
Using wheels in promotional contests of chance, fund-raising events, or gambling activities.
Credit, loans, or gifts prohibited.
Conduct gambling activities on licensed business premises only.
Additional requirements for licensed business premises of class E, F, and house-banked card rooms.
Review of electronic or mechanical gambling equipment.
Computation of time.
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Withdrawing gambling equipment authorization.
NOTIFYING LAW ENFORCEMENT, POSTING PUBLIC NOTICES, AND RECORDKEEPING
Notify law enforcement of gambling activity.
Displaying of licenses.
Keep monthly records.
Washington state identification and inspection stamps to be called "I.D. stamps."
Assistance required for commission inspections.
Removal of equipment or records for inspection.
REPORTING CHANGES TO APPLICATION INFORMATION
Report changes to application information and submit updated documents and information.
Card game licensees reporting changes in licensed employees.
REPORTING CRIMINAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND CIVIL ACTIONS
Report criminal actions filed.
Report administrative and civil actions filed.
CHANGING NAMES OR LOCATIONS
Change name, trade name, or corporate name.
Changing business locations.
CHANGING MANAGEMENT OR OWNERSHIP
Report change of management.
Limited transfers of ownership allowed.
SALES AND TRANSFERS OF EQUIPMENT, PRODUCTS, AND SERVICES
Sales invoices for merchandise prizes.
Buying, selling, or transferring gambling equipment.
Selling or transferring gambling equipment when no longer licensed.
Renew your license in a timely manner.
Exceeding license class.
Failing to apply for license class upgrade.
Partial refund of license fees if gambling receipts limit not met.
Surrendering suspended or revoked licenses.
Defining "gross gambling receipts."
Defining "gross sales."
Defining "net gambling receipts."
Defining "net gambling income."
Defining "net win."