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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 5, AMUSEMENTS, PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND MEETINGS

    Chapter 12:

      Section: 5:12-99: Internal controls.

          
99. Internal Controls. a. Each applicant for a casino license shall create, maintain, and file with the division a description of its internal procedures and administrative and accounting controls for gaming and simulcast wagering operations that conform to the requirements of P.L.1977, c.110 (C.5:12-1 et seq.), and the regulations promulgated thereunder, and provide adequate and effective controls, establish a consistent overall system of internal procedures and administrative and accounting controls and conform to generally accepted accounting principles, and ensure that casino procedures are carried out and supervised by personnel who do not have incompatible functions. A casino licensee's internal controls shall contain a narrative description of the internal control system to be utilized by the casino, including, but not limited to:

(1) Accounting controls, including the standardization of forms and definition of terms to be utilized in the gaming and simulcast wagering operations;

(2) Procedures, forms, and, where appropriate, formulas covering the calculation of hold percentages; revenue drop; expense and overhead schedules; complimentary services, except as provided in paragraph (3) of subsection m. of section 102 of P.L.1977, c.110 (C.5:12-102); junkets; and cash equivalent transactions;

(3) (Deleted by amendment, P.L.2011, c.19)

(4) Procedures within the cashier's cage and simulcast facility for the receipt, storage and disbursal of chips, cash, and other cash equivalents used in gaming and simulcast wagering; the cashing of checks; the redemption of chips and other cash equivalents used in gaming and simulcast wagering; the pay-off of jackpots and simulcast wagers; and the recording of transactions pertaining to gaming and simulcast wagering operations;

(5) Procedures for the collection and security of moneys at the gaming tables and in the simulcasting facility;

(6) Procedures for the transfer and recordation of chips between the gaming tables and the cashier's cage and the transfer and recordation of moneys within the simulcasting facility;

(7) Procedures for the transfer of moneys from the gaming tables to the counting process and the transfer of moneys within the simulcasting facility for the counting process;

(8) Procedures and security for the counting and recordation of revenue;

(9) Procedures for the security, storage and recordation of cash, chips and other cash equivalents utilized in the gaming and simulcast wagering operations;

(10) Procedures for the transfer of moneys or chips from and to the slot machines;

(11) Procedures and standards for the opening and security of slot machines;

(12) Procedures for the payment and recordation of slot machine jackpots;

(13) Procedures for the cashing and recordation of checks exchanged by casino and simulcasting facility patrons;

(14) Procedures governing the utilization of the private security force within the casino and simulcasting facility;

(15) Procedures and security standards for the handling and storage of gaming apparatus including cards, dice, machines, wheels and all other gaming equipment;

(16) Procedures and rules governing the conduct of particular games and simulcast wagering and the responsibility of casino personnel in respect thereto;

(17) Procedures for separately recording all transactions pursuant to section 101 of this act involving the Governor, any State officer or employee, or any special State officer or employee, any member of the Judiciary, any member of the Legislature, any officer of a municipality or county in which casino gaming is authorized, or any gaming related casino employee, and for the quarterly filing with the Attorney General of a list reporting all such transactions; and

(18) Procedures for the orderly shutdown of casino operations in the event that a state of emergency is declared and the casino licensee is unable or ineligible to continue to conduct casino operations during such a state of emergency in accordance with section 5 of P.L.2008, c.23 (C.5:12-212), which procedures shall include, without limitation, the securing of all keys and gaming assets.

b. (Deleted by amendment, P.L.2011, c.19)

c. No minimum staffing requirements shall be included in the internal controls created in accordance with subsection a. of this section.

d. (Deleted by amendment, P.L.2011, c.19)

L.1977, c.110, s.99; amended 1979, c.282, s.32; 1980, c.69, s.3; 1987, c.354, s.18; 1991, c.182, s.37; 1992, c.18, s.2; 1992, c.19, s.31; 1993, c.292, s.19; 1995, c.18, s.36; 2002, c.65, s.21; 2008, c.23, s.2; 2009, c.36, s.15; 2011, c.19, s.64.



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