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This definition does not include audio or video equipment which plays no part in the conduct of the game other than communicating the progress of the game or items used to mark numbers on the cards;. The following persons and organizations are not eligible for any license under the provisions of sections Any bona fide religious, charitable, fraternal, veteran or service organization whose license has been revoked under sections Any person who violates the provisions of this paragraph shall be guilty of a class D felony;. The cost of such services shall not be above the fair market rate charged for similar services in the community where the bingo game is being conducted; f. Without limiting other provisions of sections {/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Religious organizations shall maintain an established place of worship within this state and shall have a regular schedule of services or meetings at least on a weekly basis. A licensee may not require a minimum number of cards to be purchased by any individual;. Such an organization may be a society of individuals united for religious purposes at a definite place. The general assembly may, by law, provide standards and conditions to regulate or guarantee the awarding of prizes provided for in such raffles or sweepstakes. Each licensed organization shall pay to the director an annual, nonrefundable license fee of fifty dollars; provided, however, each licensed organization which awards to winners of bingo games prizes or merchandise having an aggregate retail value of five thousand dollars or less annually and less than one hundred dollars in any single day shall pay to the director an annual fee of ten dollars to be paid into the state treasury to the credit of the gaming commission bingo fund. The provisions of section All net tax receipts collected pursuant to subsection 10 [FN1] of section All revenue received by the commission from license fees, penalties, and administrative fees authorized under the provisions of sections All unobligated funds in the gaming commission bingo fund on August 28, , shall be transferred to the gaming commission fund and the gaming commission bingo fund shall be abolished on June 30, Bingo, who may conduct game—joint license, procedure—abbreviated licenses for religious, charitable, fraternal, veteran or service organizations. If any post or organization, by its national charter, has established an auxiliary organization for spouses, then members of the auxiliary organization shall be considered bona fide members of the licensed organization and members of the post or organization shall be considered bona fide members of the auxiliary organization for the purposes of this subdivision. Any person who violates the provisions of this paragraph shall be guilty of a class C misdemeanor; and. No more than one five-hundred-dollar prize, other than prizes in progressive bingo games, shall be awarded on any single day of bingo;. The commission, in its sole discretion, may reopen licensure hearings for any licensee at any time. Moneys in this fund shall be considered state funds pursuant to article IV, section 15 of the Missouri Constitution. In order to qualify as a religious organization, no part of the net earnings of the organization may inure to the benefit of any private shareholder or any individual member of such organization. An organization that has been granted an abbreviated license shall be exempt from the provisions of subdivisions 11 and 14 of section Any organization licensed to conduct bingo games pursuant to sections License—fee—expiration—special license, fairs, celebrations, requirements, fee—annual report requirement. An organization must have twenty bona fide members to be considered to be in existence;. The commission shall establish guidelines for the determination of whether a person is a paid staff person within the meaning of this subdivision and shall specifically approve any full-time employee or staff member of the organization before such employee or staff member may volunteer time and assistance in the conducting and managing of bingo games for any organization. Any bona fide religious, charitable, fraternal, veteran or service organization, which has been in existence for at least five years immediately prior to making an application for a license and which, during that period, has had twenty bona fide members, may conduct the game of bingo upon receiving a license from the commission. Each licensee which awards to winners of bingo games prizes or merchandise having an aggregate retail value of more than seven thousand five hundred dollars annually shall report annually to the commission on forms prescribed by the commission the following information:. Any organization licensed to play bingo which changes any of its officers, directors or officials during the term of the bingo license shall immediately report the names and addresses of such individuals to the director, along with a sworn statement of each such individual as required on forms furnished by the director. Any person under the age of sixteen years may be within the area where bingo is being played only when accompanied by his parent or guardian;. The application form for licensure under sections The commission shall issue an abbreviated license for conducting bingo pull-tab card games to any organization which submits an application on a form prescribed by the director and which satisfies the director that such organization meets the requirements for an abbreviated license pursuant to the provisions of section The application for an abbreviated license shall contain only the following information:. Subject to constitutional restrictions, if any, the fair market cost of advertising each bingo occasion. All interest received on bingo proceeds for education fund shall be credited to the bingo proceeds for education fund. No advertising for any bingo occasion or occasions conducted by any organization shall include any reference to an aggregate value of bingo prizes which exceed the amount authorized by law to be paid out in a single bingo occasion;. Any combination of unlicensed but eligible organizations, not to exceed five, may join in making an application and may receive a single license to conduct the game of bingo. The reasonable market purchase price or reasonable market rental rate shall be determined by the commission. Religious organizations must have obtained an exemption from the payment of federal income taxes as provided by Section c 3 or Section d of the Internal Revenue Code of , as amended;. The purchasing or leasing of the equipment used in conducting the game; d. The commission shall issue a license for the conducting of bingo to any bona fide religious, charitable, fraternal, veteran or service organization or to any combination of eligible organizations, not to exceed five, which submits an application on a form prescribed by the director and which satisfies the director that such organization meets all of the requirements of sections The burden of proof is at all times on the applicant to demonstrate by clear and convincing evidence its suitability to be licensed. Each license so issued shall expire at midnight one year from its date of issuance. All games must be conducted with disposable paper bingo cards that are marked by permanent ink as prescribed by the rules and regulations of the commission;. The reasonable market rental rate shall be determined by the commission. Such records shall be open to inspection by the commission. No two cards shall be identical. Proof of compliance with this subdivision shall be submitted to the commission by the licensee in the manner required by the commission;. The license issued by the commission shall authorize the licensee to conduct only the game commonly known as bingo. The winner of each game shall be the player or players who are first to properly cover a predetermined and announced pattern of squares upon the card or cards used by such player or players. The numbers, letters or combination of numbers and letters which are announced shall appear on an object selected by chance, either manually or mechanically, from a receptacle containing the objects bearing numbers, letters or combinations of numbers and letters. Any such law shall include the following requirements:. A renewal application shall only include any changes in the information required to be submitted with the initial application. Any organization that obtains more than three special bingo licenses during any calendar year shall be required to file an annual report as required in section License applications—forms, required information—abbreviated licenses—false statements, punishment—renewal applications. A prize or prizes may be awarded to the winner or winners of a game;. No lease which has been approved by the commission shall be amended, modified or renewed in any manner until such amendments, modifications or renewals have been approved by the commission. Leases, approval by commission—percentage of gross receipts as rent prohibited—lessors and suppliers may not operate games. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The game commonly known as bingo when conducted by religious, charitable, fraternal, veteran or service organizations is not a lottery or gift enterprise within the meaning of subdivision 9 of section 39 of this article if the general assembly authorizes by law that religious, charitable, fraternal, service, or veteran organizations may conduct the game commonly known as bingo, upon the payment of the license fee and the issuance of the license as provided for by law. Any organization recognized as charitable or religious pursuant to federal law may sponsor raffles and sweepstakes in which a person risks something of value for a prize. For purposes of this subdivision, the use of a pull-tab card and progressive bingo games shall not count as one of the sixty-two games per day, as limited by this subdivision, but no pull-tab card may be used except in conjunction with one of such sixty-two games;. The price for a single pull-tab card may not exceed one dollar. The purchasing of the bingo cards from a licensed supplier; c. Such advertising shall be procured in accordance with the rules and regulations of the commission;. As the announcer of the game announces a number, letter or a combination of numbers and letters, each player covers the square corresponding to the announced number, letter or combination by marking such card in ink. Any information or report required by sections Notwithstanding any other provisions to the contrary, the commission shall require only an abbreviated license, pursuant to the provisions of section The organization shall have been in existence for at least five years immediately prior to the first occasion on which such organization conducts a bingo pull-tab game and during this period shall have had twenty bona fide members. The commission may establish by rule or regulation the number of bingo cards which may be placed on a single bingo sheet. A bingo card monitoring device shall only be permitted to monitor bingo games and not used for any games or themes;. Any person who is a duly ordained member of the clergy and any person who is a full-time employee or staff member of the licensed organization employed for at least two years by that organization in a capacity not directly related to the conducting or managing of the game of bingo, who has specific assigned duties under a definite job description with the licensed organization, and who volunteers time and assistance to the organization without compensation for such time and assistance in the conducting and managing of the game of bingo by the organization shall not be considered a paid staff person for the purposes of this subdivision. Charitable organizations must have obtained an exemption from the payment of federal income taxes as provided in Section c 3 of the Internal Revenue Code of , as amended;. If any applicant for licensure or organization licensed under sections The commission may approve or disapprove any such lease. The cost of the prizes; b. Each licensee shall display the license in a prominent place in the area where it is to conduct bingo. Each licensee shall keep a complete record of bingo games conducted within the previous three years. The lease rental on the premises in which the game is conducted to include an allocation of utility costs, if applicable, costs of providing security, including the employment of a reasonable number of security personnel at a compensation level which complies with rules and regulations promulgated by the commission and such personnel is actually present and engaged in security duties, and bookkeeping and accounting expenses; e. The commission shall take appropriate action against any licensee who violates the law or the rules and regulations of the commission. A holder of any license shall be subject to imposition of penalties, suspension or revocation of such license, or other action for any act or failure to act by himself or his agents or employees, that is injurious to the public health, safety, good order and general welfare of the people of the state of Missouri, or that would discredit or tend to discredit charitable bingo operations in Missouri or the state of Missouri unless the licensee proves by clear and convincing evidence that he is not guilty of such action. The actual cost of providing reasonable janitorial services. A person who knowingly makes a false statement on an application is guilty of a class A misdemeanor and shall not ever again be considered for application by the commission, nor shall such person ever again assist in any manner with the management, conduct or operation of any game. The director may, upon application made by a county fair organization or by any organization qualified to receive a regular license, issue a special license authorizing such organization to conduct bingo for the period of any fair, picnic, festival or celebration conducted by such qualified organization not exceeding one week and which is held not more than once annually, and a special licensee shall be exempt from the provisions of subdivisions 7 and 11 of section Each organization receiving a special license shall pay to the director a fee of twenty-five dollars, to be paid into the state treasury to the credit of the gaming commission bingo fund. Acts or omissions constituting grounds for penalties or license suspension or revocation. The price for a single special game bingo card may not exceed fifty cents. No full-time employee or staff member shall volunteer such time and assistance to more than one organization nor more than one day in any week. An applicant may hold only one license and that license may not be transferred or assigned to any other organization other than the organization named in the license. Subject to constitutional restrictions, if any, no person shall participate in the actual operation of the game of bingo under the direction of a person conducting or managing the game of bingo, except a person who has been a bona fide member of the licensed organization for at least one year immediately preceding such participation, who is not a paid staff person of the licensed organization employed and compensated specifically for operating the game of bingo and who volunteers the time and service necessary to operate the game. A bingo card monitoring device shall not include any device into which currency, coin, tokens, or electronic funds transfer may be inserted or from which currency, coin, tokens, or any receipt for monetary value can be dispensed or which, once provided to a bingo player, is capable of communicating with any other bingo card monitoring device or any other form of electronic device or computer. If any applicant for licensure or any organization licensed under the provisions of sections No purchase or lease of bingo supplies shall provide for payment in excess of the reasonable market purchase price or reasonable market rental rate for such equipment and in no case shall any payment be based on a percentage of gross receipts or proceeds. The commission may suspend the approval of any employee or staff member;. Persons who lease premises, sell or lease supplies or equipment, or furnish commodities or services to sponsoring organizations to conduct bingo games shall take no part in operating such bingo games. In order to qualify as a charitable organization, no part of the net earnings of the organization may inure to the benefit of any private shareholder or individual member of the organization. Appropriations of the moneys deposited in the bingo proceeds for education fund shall be pursuant to state law. No lease providing for a rental arrangement for premises or equipment for use in the game shall provide for payment in excess of the reasonable market rental rate for such premises or equipment and in no case shall any payment be based on a percentage of gross receipts or proceeds. Service organizations must have obtained an exemption from the payment of federal income taxes as provided in Section c 4 , c 5 or c 7 of the Internal Revenue Code of , as amended;.