§ 110.149  RULES GOVERNING RAFFLES.
   All raffles licensed under the provisions of this subchapter shall comply with the following.
   (A)   If all or a portion of the prize is cash, the maximum amount of cash award in a single raffle shall not exceed $20,000.
   (B)   The maximum price which may be charged for each raffle chance issued or sold shall not exceed $150.
   (C)   The maximum number of days during which chances may be issued or sold shall not exceed 180 days.
   (D)   The entire net proceeds of any raffle must be exclusively devoted to the lawful purposes of the organization permitted to conduct the raffle.
   (E)   No person, except the bona fide member of the sponsoring organization, may participate in the management or operation of the raffle.
   (F)   No person may receive any remuneration or profit for participating in the management or operation of the raffle.
   (G)   A licensee may rent a premises on which to determine the winning chance or chances in a raffle only from an organization which is also licensed under this subchapter and such premises must be within the city.
   (H)   Winning chances must be determined only at a location within the city specified on the license.
   (I)   No person under the age of 18 years may participate in the conducting of raffles or chances. A person under the age of 18 years may be within the area where winning chances are being determined only when accompanied by his or her parent or guardian.
   (J)   The operation and conduct of all raffles shall be under the supervision of one raffles manager designated by his or her organization. The manager shall give a fidelity bond in the sum of not less than an amount equal to a 200% of the aggregate retail value of all prizes in favor of the organization conditioned upon his or her honesty in the performance of his or her duties. The bond shall provide that notice shall be given in writing to the city not less than 30 prior to its cancellation.
   (K)   Each organization licensed hereunder shall keep records of its gross receipts, expenses and net proceeds for each single gathering or occasion at which winning chances are determined. All deductions from gross receipts for each single gathering or occasion shall be documented with receipts or other records indicating the amount, a description of the purchased item or service or other reason for the deduction and the recipient. The distribution of net proceeds shall be itemized as to payee, purpose, amount and date of payment. Gross receipts from the operation of raffles shall be segregated from other revenues of the organization of every kind and nature and placed in a separate account. Each organization shall have separate records of its raffles and the person who accounts for gross receipts, expenses and net proceeds from the person who accounts for gross receipts, expenses and net proceeds from the operation of raffles shall not be the same person who accounts for other revenues of the organization.
   (L)   Each organization licensed to conduct raffles under the terms of this subchapter shall report promptly after the conclusion of each raffle to its membership and to the city its gross receipts, expenses and net proceeds from raffles and the distribution of net proceeds, itemized as required in this subchapter.
   (M)   All records required by the subchapter shall be preserved for three years and shall be open for public inspection at reasonable times and places.
(Prior Code, § 23-185)  Penalty, see § 110.999