WSR 07-19-071

PROPOSED RULES

GAMBLING COMMISSION


[ Filed September 17, 2007, 1:31 p.m. ]

Original Notice.

Preproposal statement of inquiry was filed as WSR 07-16-030.

Title of Rule and Other Identifying Information: WAC 230-04-202 Fees -- Bona fide charitable/nonprofit organizations, 230-04-203 Fees -- Commercial stimulant and other business organizations, 230-04-204 Fees -- Individuals, 230-08-017 Control of gambling equipment -- Use of identification and inspection services stamps, 230-05-020 Charitable or nonprofit organization fees, 230-05-025 Commercial stimulant fees, 230-05-030 Fees for other businesses, and 230-05-035 Individual license fees.

Hearing Location(s): DoubleTree Guest Suites, 16500 Southcenter Parkway, Seattle, WA 98188, (206) 575-8220, on November 16, 2007, at 9:30 a.m.

Date of Intended Adoption: November 16, 2007.

Submit Written Comments to: Susan Arland, P.O. Box 42400, Olympia, WA 98504-2400, e-mail Susan2@wsgc.wa.gov, fax (360) 486-3625, by November 1, 2007.

Assistance for Persons with Disabilities: Contact Gail Grate, Executive Assistant, by November 1, 2007, TTY (360) 486-3637 or (360) 486-3453.

Purpose of the Proposal and Its Anticipated Effects, Including Any Changes in Existing Rules: The commission is a nonappropriated agency. RCW 9.46.070(5) requires the commission to set fees to generate funds necessary to cover all costs of licensing and enforcement.

Reasons Supporting Proposal: See above.

Statutory Authority for Adoption: RCW 9.46.070.

Statute Being Implemented: Not applicable.

Name of Proponent: Washington state gambling commission, governmental.

Name of Agency Personnel Responsible for Drafting: Susan Arland, Rules Coordinator, Lacey, (360) 486-3466; Implementation: Rick Day, Director, Lacey, (360) 486-3446; and Enforcement: Mark Harris, Assistant Director, Lacey, (360) 486-3579.

No small business economic impact statement has been prepared under chapter 19.85 RCW. A small business economic impact statement has not been prepared pursuant to RCW 19.85.025, and/or the proposed rule change clarifies language of rules without changing the effect.

A cost-benefit analysis is not required under RCW 34.05.328. The Washington state gambling commission is not an agency that is statutorily required to prepare a cost-benefit analysis under RCW 34.05.328.

September 14, 2007

Susan Arland

Rules Coordinator

OTS-9805.1


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending Order 466, filed 1/18/07, effective 6/30/07)

WAC 230-04-202   Fees--Bona fide charitable/nonprofit organizations.   Bona fide charitable and nonprofit organizations shall submit the following fees to the commission when applying for gambling licenses, permits, miscellaneous changes, inspection services, or when assessed the cost of special investigation procedures by the commission:


LICENSE TYPE DEFINITION FEE
1. AMUSEMENT GAMES (Fee based on annual gross gambling receipts)
* Class A Premises only $ ((55))

58

Class B Up to $ 10,000 $ ((55))

58

Class C Up to $ 25,000 $ ((303)) 319
Class D Up to $ 50,000 $ ((487)) 513
Class E Over $ 50,000 $ ((848)) 894

* Allows a charitable or nonprofit organization to enter into a contract with Class "B" or above commercial amusement game licensee to locate and operate amusement games on their premises.
2. BINGO GROUP
(Fee based on annual gross

gambling receipts)

VARIANCE *
Class A Up to $25,000 $1,000 $ ((55))

58

Class B Up to $75,000 $1,000 $ ((176))

185

Class C Up to $150,000 $2,000 $ ((361))

380

Class D Up to $350,000 $4,000 $ ((974)) 1,026
Class E Up to $650,000 $8,000 $ ((1,642)) 1,732
Class F Up to $1,500,000 $15,000 $ ((3,304)) 3,486
Class G Up to $2,000,000 $23,000 $ ((4,766)) 5,028
Class H Up to $3,000,000 $30,000 $ ((6,370)) 6,722
Class I Up to $4,000,000 $38,000 $ ((7,960)) 8,400
Class J Up to $5,000,000 $45,000 $ ((9,550)) 10,078
Class K Up to $6,000,000 $53,000 $ ((10,714)) 11,306
Class L Up to $7,000,000 $60,000 $ ((12,246)) 12,922
Class M Up to $8,000,000 $65,000 $ ((13,780)) 14,542
Class N Up to $9,000,000 $70,000 $ ((14,990)) 15,818
Class O Up to $10,000,000 $75,000 $ ((16,540)) 17,454
Class P Up to $11,000,000 $80,000 $ ((18,090)) 19,090
Class Q Up to $12,000,000 $85,000 $ ((21,708)) 22,908
Class R Up to $13,000,000 $90,000 $ ((24,810)) 26,180
Class S Up to $14,000,000 $95,000 $ ((27,912)) 29,454

* A licensee will be allowed a one-time variance for each license class without having to upgrade or pay the penalties set forth in WAC 230-04-260: Provided, That a licensee utilizing the variance shall be required to upgrade to the higher license class upon renewal.
3. CARD GAMES
Class A General (Fee to play charged) $ ((608)) 641
Class B Limited card games - hearts, rummy, pitch, pinochle, and cribbage (Fee to play charged) $ ((176)) 185
Class C Tournament only - no more than ten consecutive days per tournament

$ ((55))

58

Class D General (No fee to play charged) $ ((55))

58

4. FUND-RAISING EVENT
Class A One event - not more than 24 consecutive hours $ ((361)) 380
First time applicant
*Previously licensed applicant $ ((212)) 223
Class B One event - not more than 72 consecutive hours $ ((608)) 641
First time applicant
*Previously licensed applicant $ ((373)) 393
Class C Additional participant in joint event (not lead organization) $ 176
Class D Limited fund-raising event (one event - not more than six consecutive hours)
First time applicant $ ((159)) 167
**Previously licensed applicant $ ((106)) 111
Class E Fund-Raising Event Equipment Distributor - rents or leases, equipment for fund-raising event or recreational gaming activity for no more than ten times per year*** $ ((240)) 253
Class F Fund-Raising Event Equipment Distributor - rents or leases equipment for fund-raising event or recreational gaming activity more than ten times per year.

$ ((608)) 641


* Provides for a reduced fee when charitable and nonprofit organizations apply for an additional Class A or Class B fund-raising event.
** Provides for a fee reduction when charitable and nonprofit organizations apply for an additional Class D limited fund-raising event.
*** Charitable and nonprofit organizations licensed to conduct fund-raising events may rent their equipment up to four occasions during the term of the license without getting licensed as a distributor.
5. PUNCH BOARDS/PULL-TABS
(Fee based on annual gross

gambling receipts)

VARIANCE*
Class A Up to $50,000 $5,000 $ ((579)) 611
Class B Up to $100,000 $5,000 $ ((1,034)) 1,090
Class C Up to $200,000 $10,000 $ ((1,954)) 2,064
Class D Up to $300,000 $10,000 $ ((2,842)) 2,998
Class E Up to $400,000 $10,000 $ ((3,672)) 3,874
Class F Up to $500,000 $10,000 $ ((4,432)) 4,676
Class G Up to $600,000 $10,000 $ ((5,136)) 5,420
Class H Up to $700,000 $10,000 $ ((5,782)) 6,100
Class I Up to $800,000 $10,000 $ ((6,370)) 6,722
Class J Up to $1,000,000 $20,000 $ ((7,222)) 7,620
Class K Up to $1,250,000 $25,000 $ ((8,018)) 8,460
Class L Up to $1,500,000 $25,000 $ ((8,756)) 9,240
Class M .Up to $1,750,000 $25,000 $ ((9,364)) 9,880
Class N Up to $2,000,000 $25,000 $ ((9,918)) 10,486
Class O Up to $2,500,000 $30,000 $((10,898))

11,500

Class P Up to $3,000,000 $35,000 $ ((11,578)) 12,218
Class Q Up to $4,000,000 $40,000 $ ((13,646)) 14,400
Class R Up to $5,000,000 $50,000 $ ((15,506)) 16,362
Class S Up to $6,000,000 $60,000 $ ((17,574)) 18,544
Class T Up to $7,000,000 $70,000 $ ((19,642)) 20,728
Class U Up to $8,000,000 $80,000 $ ((21,708)) 22,908
Class V Over $8,000,000 $80,000 $ ((23,776)) 25,090

* A licensee will be allowed a one-time variance for each license class without having to upgrade or pay the penalties set forth in WAC 230-04-260: Provided, That a licensee utilizing the variance shall be required to upgrade to the higher license class upon renewal.
6. RAFFLES (Fee based on annual gross

gambling receipts)

Class A Up to $ 5,000 $ ((55))

58

Class B Up to $ 10,000 $ ((176))

185

Class C Up to $ 25,000 $ ((361))

380

Class D Up to $ 50,000 $ ((608))

641

Class E Up to $ 75,000 $ ((974)) 1,026
Class F Over $ 75,000 $ ((1,460)) 1,540
7. COMBINATION LICENSE
CLASS A Allows gross gambling receipts of up to $ 25,000 from bingo, $ 7,500 from raffles, and $ 7,500 from amusement games, not to exceed $ 30,000 combined gross gambling receipts from all such activities. Allows general card games where no fee to play is charged. $ ((109)) 115
CLASS B Allows gross gambling receipts of up to $ 60,000 from bingo, $ 15,000 from raffles, and $ 15,000 from amusement games, not to exceed $ 75,000 combined gross gambling receipts from all such activities. Allows general card games where no fee to play is charged.

$ ((285)) 300

CLASS C Allows gross gambling receipts of up to $ 125,000 from bingo, $ 30,000 from raffles, and $ 30,000 from amusement games, not to exceed $ 150,000 combined gross gambling receipts from all such activities. Allows general card games where no fee to play is charged. $ ((660)) 696
8. SEPARATE PREMISES
BINGO Per occasion

(see WAC 230-04-300)

$ ((26))

27

9. PERMITS
AGRICULTURAL

FAIR-BINGO

(See WAC 230-04-191) $ 26
RECREATIONAL

GAMING ACTIVITY

(RGA)

(See WAC 230-25-330

and 230-02-505)

$ ((55))

58

10. CHANGES
NAME (See WAC 230-04-310) $ ((26))

27

LOCATION (See WAC 230-04-320) $ ((26))

27

FRE (Date or time)

(See WAC 230-04-325)

$ ((26))

27

LICENSE CLASS (See WAC 230-04-260) $ ((26))

27

DUPLICATE

LICENSE

(See WAC 230-04-290) $ ((26))

27

11. SPECIAL FEES
INVESTIGATION (See WAC 230-04-240) As required
REPLACEMENT IDENTI-

FICATION STAMPS

(See WAC 230-08-017) $ ((26))

27

EXCEEDING LICENSE (See WAC 230-04-260) As required
CLASS
REVIEW, As required
INSPECTION AND/OR

EVALUATION OF EQUI-

PMENT, PARAPHERNALIA,

SERVICES, OR SCHEMES

(See WAC 230-12-315)
12. SIX-MONTH PAYMENT PLAN (See WAC 230-04-190) $ ((26))

27

[Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 07-03-081 (Order 466), 230-04-202, filed 1/18/07, effective 6/30/07; 03-01-031 (Order 417), 230-04-202, filed 12/6/02, effective 6/30/03; 01-23-056, 230-04-202, filed 11/20/01, effective 1/1/02; 01-05-019 (Order 399), 230-04-202, filed 2/9/01, effective 3/12/01; 99-24-099 (Order 377), 230-04-202, filed 11/30/99, effective 12/31/99; 98-21-010 (Order 366), 230-04-202, filed 10/9/98, effective 11/9/98. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070(5). 97-23-053, 230-04-202, filed 11/17/97, effective 6/30/98. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070 (5), (6), (11), (14). 97-14-012, 230-04-202, filed 6/20/97, effective 7/21/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070 and 9.46.116. 96-24-007 (Order 304), 230-04-202, filed 11/21/96, effective 1/1/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 95-02-003 and 94-23-093 (Order 260), 230-04-202, filed 12/22/94 and 11/17/94, effective 1/22/95 and 1/1/95.]

OTS-9828.1


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending Order 472, filed 5/15/07, effective 6/30/07)

WAC 230-04-203   Fees -- Commercial stimulant and other business organizations.   All persons seeking to operate gambling activities shall submit the following fees to the commission when applying for gambling licenses, permits, miscellaneous changes, inspection services, or when assessed the cost of special investigation procedures by the commission:


LICENSE TYPE DEFINITION
1. CARD GAMES
Class B Up to five tables of limited card games - hearts, rummy, pitch, pinochle, and/or cribbage (Fee to play charged) $ ((180))

189

Class C Tournament only, no more than ten consecutive days per tournament.

C-5 Up to five tables $ ((180))

189

C-10 Up to ten tables $ ((328))

346

C-15 Up to fifteen tables $ ((546))

576

Class D General - Up to five tables (No fee to play charged) $ ((56))

59

Class E *General (Fee to play charged)
E-1 One table only $ ((436))

460

E-2 Up to two tables $ ((751))

792

E-3 Up to three tables $ ((1,250)) 1,318
E-4 Up to four tables $ ((2,506)) 2,644
E-5 Up to five tables $ ((3,772)) 3,980
Additional tables up to a maximum of fifteen may be authorized for an additional per table fee of $ ((1,092)) 1,152.
*In addition to the above initial license fee, the commission will assess all applicants/licensees the actual costs that exceed the license fee for conducting the initial investigation and inspection, any follow-up reviews or investigations involved in the approval of activities and schemes.
Class F Enhanced card room activities endorsement - Includes alternative fee collections (per hand; pot rake) and use of player-supported jackpot schemes.
Annual license fee $ ((1,642))

1,732

2. CARD GAMES - HOUSE-BANKED
All tables within a card room operating any house-banked card game shall be licensed under this license class.
*Annual license fee $ ((6,582))

6,944

Per table fee (up to fifteen tables) $ ((1,642))

1,732

*In addition to the above initial license fee, the commission will assess all applicants the actual costs that exceed the license fee for conducting the initial license investigation and premises inspection. Any post licensing follow-up reviews, inspections, internal control evaluations or subsequent phases of operation shall also be charged actual costs. Licensees will be evaluated and charged for these additional authorizations/phases on an individual case by case basis.
3. COMMERCIAL

AMUSEMENT

GAMES

(Fee based on annual gross

gambling receipts)

* Class A Premises only
Class B Up to $ 50,000 $ ((436))

460

Class C Up to $ 100,000 $ ((1,122)) 1,184
Class D Up to $ 250,000 $ ((2,506)) 2,644
Class E Up to $ 500,000 $ ((4,398)) 4,640
Class F Up to $ 1,000,000 $ ((7,552)) 7,968
Class G Over $ 1,000,000 $ ((9,448)) 9,970
* Allows a business that is qualified under WAC 230-04-138 (1)(f), (g), (h), (i), or (j) to enter into a contract with a class "B" or above commercial amusement game licensee to locate and operate amusement games upon their premises.
** Provides for a fee reduction of $ ((167)) 177 when: Renewing an annual license; applying for an additional license(s) at the same premises; and/or applying for multiple licenses at the same premises.
4. PUNCH BOARDS/

PULL-TABS

(Fee based on annual gross

gambling receipts)

VARIANCE*
Class A Up to $50,000 $5,000 $ ((596))

628

Class B Up to $100,000 $5,000 $ ((1,064)) 1,122
Class C Up to $200,000 $10,000 $ ((2,006)) 2,116
Class D Up to $300,000 $10,000 $ ((2,920)) 3,080
Class E Up to $400,000 $10,000 $ ((3,772)) 3,980
Class F Up to $500,000 $10,000 $ ((4,556)) 4,806
Class G Up to $600,000 $10,000 $ ((5,280)) 5,570
Class H Up to $700,000 $10,000 $ ((5,942)) 6,270
Class I Up to $800,000 $10,000 $ ((6,546)) 6,906
Class J Up to $1,000,000 $20,000 $ ((7,422)) 7,832
Class K Up to $1,250,000 $25,000 $ ((8,238)) 8,692
Class L Up to $1,500,000 $25,000 $ ((8,998)) 9,494
Class M Up to $1,750,000 $25,000 $ ((9,624)) 10,156
Class N Up to $2,000,000 $25,000 $ ((10,194)) 10,756
Class O Up to $2,500,000 $30,000 $ ((11,202)) 11,820
Class P Up to $3,000,000 $35,000 $ ((11,578)) 12,218
Class Q Up to $4,000,000 $40,000 $ ((13,646)) 14,400
Class R Up to $5,000,000 $50,000 $ ((15,506)) 16,362
Class S Up to $6,000,000 $60,000 $ ((17,574)) 18,544
Class T Up to $7,000,000 $70,000 $ ((19,642)) 20,728
Class U Up to $8,000,000 $80,000 $ ((21,708)) 22,908
Class V Over $8,000,000 $80,000 $ ((23,776)) 25,090
* A licensee will be allowed a one-time variance for each license class without having to upgrade or pay the penalties set forth in WAC 230-04-260: Provided, That a licensee utilizing the variance shall be required to upgrade to the higher license class upon renewal.
5. PUNCH BOARD AND PULL-TAB SERVICE BUSINESS
(See WAC 230-04-133) *Initial application fee $ ((224))

236

Additional associate $ ((140))

147

Renewal $ ((54))

56

*Includes up to two associates.
6. DISTRIBUTOR (Fee based on annual gross sales of

gambling related supplies and

equipment)

(a) Class A Nonpunch board/pull-tab only $ ((625))

659

Class B Up to $ 250,000 $ ((1,250)) 1,318
Class C Up to $ 500,000 $ ((1,878)) 1,980
Class D Up to $ 1,000,000 $ ((2,506)) 2,644
Class E Up to $ 2,500,000 $ ((3,266)) 3,446
Class F Over $ 2,500,000 $ ((4,020)) 4,242
In addition to the annual fee, the commission will assess all applicants the actual costs incurred in conducting the investigation and inspection necessary for initial certification.
(b) FUND-RAISING

EVENT EQUIPMENT

DISTRIBUTOR

Class A Rents or leases equipment for fund-raising event or recreational gaming activity up to 10 times per year. $ ((247))

260

Class B Rents or leases equipment for fund-raising event or recreational gaming activity more than 10 times per year. $ ((625))

659

7. GAMBLING SERVICE SUPPLIER
(See WAC 230-04-119) $ ((651))

687

In addition to the annual fee, the commission will assess all applicants the actual costs incurred in conducting the investigation and inspection necessary for initial certification.
A fee of $ ((136)) 143 shall be charged for each new contract initiated by the gambling service supplier.
8. LINKED BINGO PRIZE PROVIDER
(See WAC 230-04-126) $ ((4,184)) 4,414
9. MANUFACTURER (Fee based on annual gross sales of gambling related supplies and equipment)
Class A Pull-tab dispensing devices only $ ((625))

659

Class B Up to $ 250,000 $ ((1,250)) 1,318
Class C Up to $ 500,000 $ ((1,878)) 1,980
Class D Up to $ 1,000,000 $ ((2,506)) 2,644
Class E Up to $ 2,500,000 $ ((3,266)) 3,446
Class F Over $ 2,500,000 $ ((4,020)) 4,242
In addition to the annual fee, the commission will assess all applicants the actual costs incurred in conducting the investigation and inspection necessary for initial certification, quality control inspection for additional activities or product lines, compliance suitability evaluations, and renewal of licenses when travel cost is incurred to complete the investigation.
10. PERMITS
AGRICULTURAL FAIR/

SPECIAL PROPERTY

BINGO

Class A One location and event only (See WAC 230-04-191) $ ((26))

27

Class B Annual permit for specified different events and locations (See WAC 230-04-193)

$ ((180)) 189

RECREATIONAL

GAMING ACTIVITY

(RGA)

(See WAC 230-02-505

and 230-25-330)

$ ((56))

59

MANUFACTURER'S SPECIAL SALES PERMIT (See WAC 230-04-115) *$((211)) 222
*The two hundred ((eleven)) twenty-two dollar fee is nonrefundable, whether the sales permit is approved or not. In addition, an applicant may be assessed additional fees incurred to process and determine suitability.
11. CHANGES
NAME (See WAC 230-04-310) $ ((26))

27

LOCATION (See WAC 230-04-320) $ ((26))

27

BUSINESS (Same owners) $ ((56))

59

CLASSIFICATION (See WAC 230-04-340)
LICENSE CLASS (See WAC 230-04-260) New class fee, less previous fee paid, plus

$ ((26))

27

DUPLICATE LICENSE (See WAC 230-04-290) $ ((26))

27

CORPORATE STOCK/LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY SHARES/UNITS (See WAC 230-04-360) $ ((56))

|59

LICENSE TRANSFERS (See WAC 230-04-125 and 230-04-340) $ ((56))

59

12. SPECIAL FEES
INVESTIGATION (See WAC 230-04-240) As required
IDENTIFICATION AND

INSPECTION

SERVICES STAMPS

(See WAC 230-08-017) As required
QUALITY CONTROL

INSPECTION FEES

(See WAC 230-30-030) As required
REPLACEMENT OF

IDENTIFICATION

STAMPS

(See WAC 230-30-017)

$ ((26))

27

EXCEEDING LICENSE

CLASS

(See WAC 230-04-260) As required
REVIEW, INSPECTION

AND/OR EVALUATION

OF EQUIPMENT, PARA-

PHERNALIA, SERVICES,

OR SCHEMES

(See WAC 230-12-315) As required
SPECIAL SALES

PERMITS

(See WAC 230-04-115) As required
ELECTRONIC CARD

FACSIMILE TABLE

IDENTIFICATION

(See WAC 230-08-017) *$ ((361.51)) 381.50
STAMP

*Annually, for each separate table
13. SIX-MONTH

PAYMENT PLAN

(See WAC 230-04-190) $ ((26))

27

[Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 07-11-082 (Order 472), 230-04-203, filed 5/15/07, effective 6/30/07; 07-03-081 (Order 466), 230-04-203, filed 1/18/07, effective 6/30/07; 03-01-031 (Order 417), 230-04-203, filed 12/6/02, effective 6/30/03; 01-23-056, 230-04-203, filed 11/20/01, effective 1/1/02; 01-05-019 (Order 399), 230-04-203, filed 2/9/01, effective 3/12/01; 00-15-039 (Order 385), 230-04-203, filed 7/14/00, effective 1/1/01; 99-24-099 (Order 377), 230-04-203, filed 11/30/99, effective 12/31/99; 98-21-010 (Order 366), 230-04-203, filed 10/9/98, effective 11/9/98. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070(5). 97-23-053, 230-04-203, filed 11/17/97, effective 6/30/98. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070 (5), (6), (11), (14). 97-14-012, 230-04-203, filed 6/20/97, effective 7/21/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070 and 9.46.116. 96-24-007 (Order 304), 230-04-203, filed 11/21/96, effective 1/1/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 95-12-052, 230-04-203, filed 6/2/95, effective 7/3/95; 95-02-003 and 94-23-007, 230-04-203, filed 12/22/94 and 11/3/94, effective 1/22/95 and 1/1/95.]

OTS-9806.1


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending Order 466, filed 1/18/07, effective 6/30/07)

WAC 230-04-204   Fees -- Individuals.   Individuals shall submit the following fees to the commission when applying for gambling licenses, permits, miscellaneous changes, or when assessed the cost of special investigation procedures by the commission:


LICENSE TYPE DEFINITION FEE
1. CHARITABLE OR NONPROFIT GAMBLING MANAGER Original $ ((176)) 185
Renewal $ ((84))

88

Change of Employer $ ((84))

88

2. LINKED BINGO PRIZE PROVIDER REPRESENTATIVE Original $ ((247)) 260
Renewal $ ((150)) 158
3. COMMERCIAL GAMBLING MANAGER Original $ ((180)) 189
Renewal $ ((86))

90

Change of Employer $ ((86))

90

4. DISTRIBUTOR'S OR GAMBLING SERVICES SUPPLIER REPRESENTATIVE Original $ ((247)) 260
Renewal $ ((150)) 158
5. MANUFACTURER'S REPRESENTATIVE Original $ ((247)) 260
Renewal $ ((150)) 158
6. PUBLIC CARD ROOM EMPLOYEE
CLASS A - Performs duties as defined in WAC 230-02-415 in a class E card room.
Original $ ((180)) 189
Renewal $ ((86))

90

CLASS B - Performs duties as defined in WAC 230-02-415 in enhanced and house-banked card rooms.
Original, in-state $ ((245)) 258
Original, out-of-state $ ((304)) 320
Renewal $ ((150)) 158
Transfer/Additional

Employee/Conversion/

Emergency Waiver Request

$ ((58))

61

7. OTHER FEES
CHANGE OF NAME (See WAC 230-04-310) $ ((26))

27

DUPLICATE LICENSE (See WAC 230-04-290) $ ((26))

27

OUT-OF-STATE RECORDS INQUIRY (See WAC 230-04-240) As required
8. If a license expires while an individual is on active military service, the individual may apply to have their license reissued at the renewal fee. The application must be received within six months after completing their active military service. The applicant shall provide evidence of the completion date of active military service.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 07-03-081 (Order 466), 230-04-204, filed 1/18/07, effective 6/30/07; 06-13-067 (Order 456), 230-04-204, filed 6/19/06, effective 7/20/06; 03-01-031 (Order 417), 230-04-204, filed 12/6/02, effective 6/30/03; 01-23-056, 230-04-204, filed 11/20/01, effective 1/1/02; 01-05-019 (Order 399), 230-04-204, filed 2/9/01, effective 3/12/01; 99-24-099 (Order 377), 230-04-204, filed 11/30/99, effective 12/31/99; 98-21-010 (Order 366), 230-04-204, filed 10/9/98, effective 11/9/98. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070(5). 97-23-053, 230-04-204, filed 11/17/97, effective 6/30/98. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070 and 9.46.116. 96-24-007 (Order 304), 230-04-204, filed 11/21/96, effective 1/1/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 96-09-070, 230-04-204, filed 4/16/96, effective 7/1/96; 94-23-007, 230-04-204, filed 11/3/94, effective 1/1/95.]

OTS-9827.1


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending Order 606, filed 1/18/07, effective 1/1/08)

WAC 230-05-020   Charitable or nonprofit organization fees.   Bona fide charitable and nonprofit organizations must pay the following fees to us when applying for gambling licenses, permits, miscellaneous changes, or inspection services:


1. Amusement games


License Annual Gross Gambling Receipts Fee
Class A Premises only $((55))

58

Class B Up to $10,000 $((55))

58

Class C Up to $25,000 $((303))

319

Class D Up to $50,000 $((487))

513

Class E Over $50,000 $((848))

894


2. Bingo


License Annual Gross Gambling Receipts Fee One Time Variance*
Class A Up to $25,000 $((55)) 58 $1,000
Class B Up to $75,000 $((176)) 185 $1,000
Class C Up to $150,000 $((361)) 380 $2,000
Class D Up to $350,000 $((974)) 1,026 $4,000
Class E Up to $650,000 $((1,642)) 1,732 $8,000
Class F Up to $1,500,000 $((3,304)) 3,486 $15,000
Class G Up to $2,000,000 $((4,766)) 5,028 $23,000
Class H Up to $3,000,000 $((6,370)) 6,722 $30,000
Class I Up to $4,000,000 $((7,960)) 8,400 $38,000
Class J Up to $5,000,000 $((9,550)) 10,078 $45,000
Class K Up to $6,000,000 $((10,714)) 11,306 $53,000
Class L Up to $7,000,000 $((12,246)) 12,922 $60,000
Class M Up to $8,000,000 $((13,780)) 14,542 $65,000
Class N Up to $9,000,000 $((14,990)) 15,818 $70,000
Class O Up to $10,000,000 $((16,540)) 17,454 $75,000
Class P Up to $11,000,000 $((18,090)) 19,090 $80,000
Class Q Up to $12,000,000 $((21,708)) 22,908 $85,000
Class R Up to $13,000,000 $((24,810)) 26,180 $90,000
Class S Up to $14,000,000 $((27,912)) 29,454 $95,000
*See chapter 230-06 WAC, Exceeding license class.

3. Card games


License Description Fee
Class A Nonhouse-banked - fee to play $((608)) 641
Class B Limited card games - hearts, rummy, pitch, pinochle, and cribbage - fee to play $((176)) 185
Class C Tournament only - no more than thirty consecutive days per tournament $((55))

58

Class D Nonhouse-banked - no fee to play $((55))

58


4. Fund-raising event


License Description Fee
Class A One event - not more than 24 consecutive hours
First time applicant $((361)) 380
Previously licensed applicant $((212)) 223
Class B One event - not more than 72 consecutive hours
First time applicant $((608)) 641
Previously licensed applicant $((373)) 393
Class C Additional participant in joint event - not lead organization $((176)) 185
Class D Limited fund-raising event - one event - not more than six consecutive hours
First time applicant $((159)) 167
Previously licensed applicant $((106)) 111
Class E Fund-raising event equipment distributor - rents or leases equipment no more than ten times per year $((240)) 253
Class F Fund-raising event equipment distributor - rents or leases equipment more than ten times per year $((608)) 641

5. Punch boards/pull-tabs


License Annual Gross Gambling Receipts Fee One Time Variance*
Class A Up to $50,000 $((579)) 611 $5,000
Class B Up to $100,000 $((1,034)) 1,090 $5,000
Class C Up to $200,000 $((1,954)) 2,062 $10,000
Class D Up to $300,000 $((2,842)) 2,998 $10,000
Class E Up to $400,000 $((3,672)) 3,874 $10,000
Class F Up to $500,000 $((4,432)) 4,676 $10,000
Class G Up to $600,000 $((5,136)) 5,420 $10,000
Class H Up to $700,000 $((5,782)) 6,100 $10,000
Class I Up to $800,000 $((6,370)) 6,722 $10,000
Class J Up to $1,000,000 $((7,222)) 7,620 $20,000
Class K Up to $1,250,000 $((8,018)) 8,460 $25,000
Class L Up to $1,500,000 $((8,756)) 9,240 $25,000
Class M Up to $1,750,000 $((9,364)) 9,880 $25,000
Class N Up to $2,000,000 $((9,918)) 10,466 $25,000
Class O Up to $2,500,000 $((10,898)) 11,500 $30,000
Class P Up to $3,000,000 $((11,578)) 12,218 $35,000
Class Q Up to $4,000,000 $((13,646)) 14,400 $40,000
Class R Up to $5,000,000 $((15,506)) 16,362 $50,000
Class S Up to $6,000,000 $((17,574)) 18,544 $60,000
Class T Up to $7,000,000 $((19,642)) 20,728 $70,000
Class U Up to $8,000,000 $((21,708)) 22,908 $80,000
Class V Over $8,000,000 $((23,776)) 25,090 $80,000
*See chapter 230-06 WAC, Exceeding license class.

6. Raffles


License Annual Gross Gambling Receipts Fee
Class A Up to $5,000 $((55))

58

Class B Up to $10,000 $((176))

185

Class C Up to $25,000 $((361))

380

Class D Up to $50,000 $((608))

641

Class E Up to $75,000 $((974)) 1,026
Class F Over $75,000 $((1,460)) 1,540

7. Combination license


License Description Fee
Class A Allows gross gambling receipts of up to $25,000 from bingo, $7,500 from raffles, and $7,500 from amusement games, not to exceed $30,000 combined gross gambling receipts from all such activities. Allows Class D card games. $((109)) 115
Class B Allows gross gambling receipts of up to $60,000 from bingo, $15,000 from raffles, and $15,000 from amusement games, not to exceed $75,000 combined gross gambling receipts from all such activities. Allows Class D card games. $((285)) 300
Class C Allows gross gambling receipts of up to $125,000 from bingo, $30,000 from raffles, and $30,000 from amusement games, not to exceed $150,000 combined gross gambling receipts from all such activities. Allows Class D card games. $((660)) 696

8. Special property bingo


Once annually $((26))

27


9. Permits


Recreational gaming activity $((55))

58


10. Changes


Type Fee
Name $((26))

27

Location $((26))

27

Fund-raising event date or time $((26))

27

License class $((26))

27

Duplicate license $((26))

27


11. Other fees


Type Fee
Replacement identification stamps $((26)) 27
Failing to apply for license class upgrade Up to fifty percent of the difference between our fees for the licensee's present license class and the new license class or one thousand dollars, whichever is less, plus $26
Review, inspection and/or evaluation of equipment, paraphernalia, services, or schemes Deposit and fees as required

12. Two part payment plan participation


Annual participation $((26)) 27

[Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 07-03-082 (Order 606), 230-05-020, filed 1/18/07, effective 1/1/08; 06-07-157 (Order 457), 230-05-020, filed 3/22/06, effective 1/1/08.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending Order 606, filed 1/18/07, effective 1/1/08)

WAC 230-05-025   Commercial stimulant fees.   All commercial stimulant license applicants must pay the following fees to us when applying for gambling licenses:


1. Card games - Nonhouse-banked


License Description Fee
Class B Up to five tables of limited card games - hearts, rummy, pitch, pinochle, and/or cribbage - fee to play $((180))

189

Class C Tournament only, no more than thirty consecutive days per tournament
C-5 Up to five tables $((180))

189

C-10 Up to ten tables $((328))

346

C-15 Up to fifteen tables $((546))

576

Class D Up to five tables - no fee to play $((56))

59

Class E Fee to play
E-1 One table only $((436))

460

E-2 Up to two tables $((751))

792

E-3 Up to three tables $((1,250)) 1,318
E-4 Up to four tables $((2,506)) 2,644
E-5 Up to five tables $((3,772)) 3,980
Additional tables Per table - up to a maximum of fifteen $((1,092)) 1,152
Class F Endorsement/upgrade of Class E includes permission to use alternative fee collections and use of player-supported jackpots $((1,642)) 1,732

2. Card games - House-banked


All tables within a card room operating any house-banked card game must be licensed under this license class.


License Fee
Annual $((6,582)) 6,944
Additional fee per table - up to fifteen tables $((1,642)) 1,732

3. Punch boards and pull-tabs


License Annual Gross Gambling Receipts Fee One Time Variance*
Class A Up to $50,000 $((596))

628

$5,000
Class B Up to $100,000 $((1,064)) 1,122 $5,000
Class C Up to $200,000 $((2,006)) 2,116 $10,000
Class D Up to $300,000 $((2,920)) 3,080 $10,000
Class E Up to $400,000 $((3,772)) 3,980 $10,000
Class F Up to $500,000 $((4,556)) 4,806 $10,000
Class G Up to $600,000 $((5,280)) 5,570 $10,000
Class H Up to $700,000 $((5,942)) 6,270 $10,000
Class I Up to $800,000 $((6,546)) 6,906 $10,000
Class J Up to $1,000,000 $((7,422)) 7,832 $20,000
Class K Up to $1,250,000 $((8,238)) 8,692 $25,000
Class L Up to $1,500,000 $((8,998)) 9,494 $25,000
Class M Up to $1,750,000 $((9,624)) 10,156 $25,000
Class N Up to $2,000,000 $((10,194)) 10,756 $25,000
Class O Up to $2,500,000 $((11,202)) 11,820 $30,000
Class P Up to $3,000,000 $((11,578)) 12,218 $35,000
Class Q Up to $4,000,000 $((13,646)) 14,400 $40,000
Class R Up to $5,000,000 $((15,506)) 16,362 $50,000
Class S Up to $6,000,000 $((17,574)) 18,544 $60,000
Class T Up to $7,000,000 $((19,642)) 20,728 $70,000
Class U Up to $8,000,000 $((21,708)) 22,908 $80,000
Class V Over $8,000,000 $((23,776)) 25,090 $80,000
*See chapter 230-06 WAC, Exceeding license class.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 07-03-082 (Order 606), 230-05-025, filed 1/18/07, effective 1/1/08; 06-07-157 (Order 457), 230-05-025, filed 3/22/06, effective 1/1/08.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending Order 606, filed 1/18/07, effective 1/1/08)

WAC 230-05-030   Fees for other businesses.   All other business license applicants must pay the following fees to us when applying for gambling licenses, miscellaneous changes, or inspection services:


1. Commercial amusement games


License Annual Gross Gambling Receipts Fee
Class A Premises only *$((310/$143)) 327/$150
Class B Up to $50,000 $((436))

460

Class C Up to $100,000 $((1,122))

1,184

Class D Up to $250,000 $((2,506))

2,644

Class E Up to $500,000 $((4,398))

4,640

Class F Up to $1,000,000 $((7,552))

7,968

Class G Over $1,000,000 $((9,448))

9,970

*We reduce the license fee by $164 when you apply for additional licenses at the same business premises, apply for multiple licenses at the same business premises, or a licensee is renewing an annual license.

2. Distributor


License Annual Gross Sales Fee
Class A Nonpunch board/pull-tab only $((625))

659

Class B Up to $250,000 $((1,250)) 1,318
Class C Up to $500,000 $((1,878)) 1,980
Class D Up to $1,000,000 $((2,506)) 2,644
Class E Up to $2,500,000 $((3,266)) 3,446
Class F Over $2,500,000 $((4,020)) 4,242

3. Fund-raising event equipment distributor


License Description Fee
Class A Rents or leases equipment for fund-raising event or recreational gaming activity up to 10 times per year. $((247)) 260
Class B Rents or leases equipment for fund-raising event or recreational gaming activity more than 10 times per year. $((625)) 659

4. Gambling service supplier


License Fee
Annual $((651)) 687
Financing, consulting, and management contract review $((136)) 143

5. Linked bingo prize provider


License Fee
Annual $((4,184)) 4,414

6. Manufacturer


License Annual Gross Sales Fee
Class A Pull-tab dispensing devices only $((625))

659

Class B Up to $250,000 $((1,250)) 1,318
Class C Up to $500,000 $((1,878)) 1,980
Class D Up to $1,000,000 $((2,506)) 2,644
Class E Up to $2,500,000 $((3,266)) 3,446
Class F Over $2,500,000 $((4,020)) 4,242

7. Permits


Type Description Fee
Agricultural fair One location and event only $((26))

27

Agricultural fair annual permit Annual permit for specified different events and locations $((180)) 189
Recreational gaming activity $((56))

59

Manufacturer's special sales permit $211
Punch board and pull-tab service business permit Initial application fee $((217)) 236
Punch board and pull-tab service business permit Renewal $((53))

56


8. Changes


Application Description Fee
Name $((26))

27

Location $((26))

27

Business classification Same owners $((56))

59

Exceeding license class New class fee, less previous fee paid, plus $((26))

27

Duplicate license $((26))

27

Corporate stock/limited liability company shares/units $((56))

59

License transfers $((56))

59


9. Other fees


Type Fee
Defective punch board/pull-tab cost recovery fees Up to $100
Failing to apply for license class upgrade Up to fifty percent of the difference between our fees for the licensee's present license class and the new license class or one thousand dollars, whichever is less, plus $((26)) 27
Review of gambling equipment, supplies, services, or games Cost reimbursement

10. Identification stamps


Type Fee
(a) Punch boards and pull-tabs
(i) Standard Wagers fifty cents and below $((.27))

.28

Wagers over fifty cents $((1.05)) 1.11
(ii) Progressive jackpot pull-tab series Per series $((10.60)) 11.19
(iii) Pull-tab series with carry-over jackpots Per series $((1.05)) 1.11
(b) Pull-tab dispensing devices
(i) Mechanical and electro-mechanical $((.27))

.28

(ii) Electronic Dispensing devices that require initial and ongoing evaluation of electronic components or functions, such as reading encoded data on pull-tabs, accounting for income or prizes $((106.17)) 112.04 annually
Replacement of identification stamps $26
(c) Disposable bingo cards
(i) Single game sets of individual cards or sheets of cards $((.27))

.28

(ii) Multigame card packets $((1.16)) 1.22
(iii) Cards used to play for linked bingo prizes Fee per 250 cards $((.42))

.44

(iv) Cards used to play for linked bingo prizes Fee per 5,000 cards $((8.49)) 8.96
(d) Coin or token-activated amusement games
Annually - operated at any Class A amusement game license location $((26.53)) 28.00
(e) Electronic bingo card daubers
Annual $((10.60)) 11.19
(f) Electronic card facsimile table
Annual $((361.51)) 381.50

11. Two-part payment plan participation


Annual participation $((26))

27

[Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 07-03-082 (Order 606), 230-05-030, filed 1/18/07, effective 1/1/08; 06-07-157 (Order 457), 230-05-030, filed 3/22/06, effective 1/1/08.]


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending Order 606, filed 1/18/07, effective 1/1/08)

WAC 230-05-035   Individuals license fees.   Individuals must pay the following fees to us when they apply for gambling licenses, permits, miscellaneous changes:


1. Charitable or nonprofit gambling manager


License Fee
Original $((176))

185

Renewal $((84))

88

Change of employer $((84))

88


2. Linked bingo prize provider representative


License Fee
Original $((247))

260

Renewal $((150))

158


3. Commercial gambling manager


License Fee
Original $((180))

189

Renewal $((86))

90

Change of employer $((86))

90


4. Distributor's or gambling services supplier's representative


License Fee
Original $((247))

260

Renewal $((150))

158


5. Manufacturer's representative


License Fee
Original $((247))

260

Renewal $((150))

158


6. Public card room employee


License Fee
Class A - Performs card room employee duties in a Class E card room
Original $((180))

189

Renewal $((86))

90

Class B - Performs card room employee duties in enhanced and house-banked card rooms
Original, in-state $((245))

258

Original, out-of-state $((304))

320

Renewal $((150))

158

Transfer/additional employee/conversion/emergency waiver request $((58))

61


7. Other fees


Change of name $((26))

27

Duplicate license $((26))

27


8. Military personnel returning from service


If a license expires while an individual is on active military service, the individual may apply to have their license reissued at the renewal fee. The application must be received within six months after completing their active military service. The applicant must provide evidence of the completion date of active military service.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 07-03-082 (Order 606), 230-05-035, filed 1/18/07, effective 1/1/08; 06-13-069 (Order 600), 230-05-035, filed 6/19/06, effective 1/1/08; 06-07-157 (Order 457), 230-05-035, filed 3/22/06, effective 1/1/08.]

OTS-9807.1


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending Order 417, 417-A and 417-B, filed 12/6/02, 12/24/02 and 2/19/03, effective 6/30/03)

WAC 230-08-017   Control of gambling equipment -- Use of identification and inspection services stamps.   To ensure gambling equipment is used only as authorized, manufacturers, distributors, linked bingo prize providers, and operators shall maintain close control over all gambling equipment in their possession.


Documenting equipment transfers.


(1) Each licensee that transfers leases or provides gambling equipment shall document the transaction by completing an invoice or other written record setting forth the information required by WAC 230-08-040.


ID stamps to be affixed to equipment.


(2) Identification and inspection services stamps obtained from the commission shall be used to identify gambling equipment and shall be permanently and conspicuously affixed to all equipment and devices designated by the commission. Once attached, identification and inspection services stamps shall not be removed, disfigured, or otherwise tampered with by any person. These stamps shall be attached and controlled ((in the following manner:)) as set forth in this section.


Equipment/devices requiring ID stamps.


(3) Identification and inspection services stamps shall be attached to the following gambling equipment and devices:

(a) Punch boards and pull-tab series;

(b) Pull-tab dispensing devices;

(c) Disposable bingo cards;

(d) Coin or token-activated amusement games operated at any Class A amusement game license location;

(e) Electronic bingo card daubers;

(f) Electronic card facsimile table; and

(g) Other gambling equipment or devices, as determined by the director.


Purchasing and affixing ID stamps.


(4) Identification and inspection services stamps shall only be sold to and attached by licensed manufacturers or commission staff: Provided, That a licensed owner of controlled gambling equipment may purchase and attach stamps as outlined in subsections (10) and (11) of this section;


Fees for ID stamps.


(5) The fee charged for identification and inspection services stamps shall be set by the commission at a level sufficient to fund regulation and control of gambling equipment. Fees shall be as set out below:


Equipment Type Definition Fee
(a) Punch boards and pull-tabs
(i) Standard Wagers fifty cents and below $((.27))

.28

(ii) Standard Wagers over fifty cents $((1.05))

1.11

(iii) Progressive jackpot pull-tab series Per series $((10.60))

11.19

(iv) Pull-tab series with carry-over jackpots Per series $((1.05))

1.11

(b) Pull-tab dispensing devices
(i) Mechanical and electro-mechanical $((.27))

.28

(ii) Electronic Dispensing devices that require initial and ongoing evaluation of electronic components or functions, such as reading encoded data on pull-tabs, accounting for income or prizes, and other functions determined by the director $((106.17)) 112.04 annually
(c) Disposable bingo cards
(i) Sets of individual cards or sheets of cards $((.27))

.28

(ii) Collations of cards $((1.16))

1.22

(iii) Cards used to play for linked bingo prizes Fee is per 250 cards

Fee is per 5000 cards

$((.42))

.44

$((8.49))

8.96

(d) Coin or token-activated amusement games
Operated at any Class A amusement game license location $((26.53)) 28.00 annually
(e) Electronic bingo card daubers $((10.60)) 11.19 annually
(f) Electronic card facsimile table $((361.51)) 381.50 annually
(((g) Other equipment or devices The actual cost of inspection or approval, as determined by the director))

ID stamps valid for one year - exception.


(6) Devices that require identification and inspection services stamps to be installed annually shall have such stamps attached prior to placing any device into play and, on or before December 31 of the year preceding operation for each subsequent year.


Affixing stamps - shipping and packaging.


(7) Identification stamps shall only be affixed to gambling equipment or devices in such a manner as to assure reasonable inspection without obstruction. If equipment is enclosed or packaged within protective materials, the stamps shall be readily visible for inspection without removal of any portion of the protective packaging: Provided, That when more than one device is packed in a shipping carton, this requirement shall not apply if the identification and inspection services stamp numbers of all devices contained in the carton are printed or otherwise noted on the outside of the carton.


Location of ID stamps on equipment/devices.


(8) Stamps and records entry labels shall be affixed in the following manner:

(a) Punch boards - on the reverse side in an area that will not obstruct removal of punches: Provided, That if sufficient space is not available on the reverse side, the records entry labels may be wrapped around and/or partially attached to the edge of a punch board in a manner that will not obstruct display of prizes available or other information required by rules of the commission;

(b) Pull-tabs - on the face or reverse side of the flare. If placed on the face, then they must be in an area that will not obstruct prizes available or any other information required by rules of the commission;

(c) Pull-tab dispensing devices - on the outside of the main body, in an area that is not normally removed and replaced, and in a manner that will not obstruct the view of the pull-tabs available for play. The records entry labels shall not be affixed to dispensing devices and may be discarded;

(d) Disposable bingo cards - on the packing label attached to the outside of the shipping carton. Records entry labels shall be attached to the packing slip: Provided, That when a set or collation of cards is packed in more than one shipping carton, the stamp shall be attached to carton number one and the stamp number imprinted on all remaining shipping cartons; and

(e) Electronic facsimile card table - on the outside of the main body, in an area that is not normally removed and replaced, and in a manner that will not obstruct the view of the card facsimiles. The records entry labels shall not be affixed to table and may be discarded.


ID stamps shall only be affixed to approved devices.


(9) Identification and inspection services stamps shall not be attached to gambling equipment or devices that do not comply with rules of the commission. If a piece of equipment or a device requires specific commission approval, stamps shall not be affixed prior to such approval.


Licensed owners may purchase ID stamps.


(10) A licensed owner of gambling devices which require annual identifications and inspection services stamps may purchase such from the commission. The licensee shall submit the appropriate fee, along with a form provided by the commission, to obtain the stamps.


Replacing worn ID stamps on pull-tab dispensing devices.


(11) A licensed owner of pull-tab dispensing devices may obtain a commission identification and inspection services stamp to replace an identification stamp affixed to a pull-tab dispensing device that has become unidentifiable due to wear. The fee for replacement of the stamp shall be as required by WAC 230-04-202 and/or 230-04-203. The operator or distributor shall furnish the following information to the commission:

(a) A copy of the invoice from the operator, distributor or manufacturer for the purchase of the dispensing device in question; or

(b) A complete description of the pull-tab dispensing device, serial number, manufacturer, and the commission stamp number previously affixed to the device, if known.


Recordkeeping and replacing damaged stamps.


(12) Manufacturers shall maintain records that will allow accountability for all identification and inspection services stamps issued to them by the commission for at least three years after they are affixed to devices and sold. This accountability shall be by indefinite retention of unused or damaged stamps or by records as set out in WAC 230-08-025: Provided, That damaged stamps may be returned to the commission and will be replaced with serviceable stamps if they are accompanied by a detailed listing of the damaged stamps and a ten cent per stamp service charge.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 03-01-031, 03-02-043 and 03-05-089 (Order 417, 417-A and 417-B), 230-08-017, filed 12/6/02, 12/24/02 and 2/19/03, effective 6/30/03; 01-23-056, 230-08-017, filed 11/20/01, effective 1/1/02; 98-24-090 (Order 369), 230-08-017, filed 12/1/98, effective 1/1/99; 98-15-074 (Order 359), 230-08-017, filed 7/15/98, effective 1/1/99. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070 (5), (6), (11), (14). 97-14-012, 230-08-017, filed 6/20/97, effective 7/21/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070 and 9.46.116. 96-24-007 (Order 304), 230-08-017, filed 11/21/96, effective 1/1/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 94-23-007, 230-08-017, filed 11/3/94, effective 1/1/95; 94-01-033, 230-08-017, filed 12/6/93, effective 1/6/94. Statutory Authority: Chapter 9.46 RCW. 91-21-053 (Order 228), 230-08-017, filed 10/15/91, effective 11/15/91. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070 (4), (11) and (14). 89-24-002 (Order 201), 230-08-017, filed 11/27/89, effective 12/28/89. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070 (8), (11) and (14). 88-13-060 (Order 179), 230-08-017, filed 6/14/88.]

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