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WAC 230-10-395

Cash register method of receipting for bingo income.

Bingo licensees may use a cash register to record bingo income if the cash registers:
(1) Have separate keys to record each type of sale; and
(2) Store and compute a total for each type of sale recorded and is capable of providing the total on request; and
(3) Retain in the memory unit all transactions recorded during a session, regardless of whether or not the cash register power source is interrupted; and
(4) Record all transactions, customer receipt numbers, and control totals on the internal tape retained in the cash register. The licensee must keep the internal tape, showing these transactions, as part of the daily bingo records; and
(5) Assign and imprint on the customer receipt and internal tape a minimum four-digit consecutive number for every sales transaction processed. Only cash register service personnel may reset this numbering system and the numbering system must not return to zero at the conclusion of any period of use or power interruption. If licensees receive written approval from us before use, they may use cash registers that do not meet these requirements but have adequate alternative control features; and
(6) Licensees with gross gambling receipts over one hundred fifty thousand dollars in their previous license year, must imprint a minimum three-digit consecutive number on the customer receipt and internal tape to note each time transactions are totaled or when a set of transactions are totaled and closed. If licensees receive written approval from us before use, they may use cash registers that do not meet these requirements but have adequate alternative control features.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. WSR 18-05-029, § 230-10-395, filed 2/9/18, effective 7/1/18; WSR 07-10-033 (Order 610), § 230-10-395, filed 4/24/07, effective 1/1/08.]
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