A. A class A license may be issued to a person for the conduct of bingo games for which the gross receipts do not exceed fifteen thousand six hundred dollars per year. A class A license shall not be issued to a person who holds a license issued pursuant to title 4 except a club license issued pursuant to section 4-205. For a class A license:

Terms Used In Arizona Laws 5-413

  • Assistant: means a person who is not a manager, supervisor or proceeds coordinator, who assists in conducting bingo games and who is designated as an assistant in the application for a license. See Arizona Laws 5-401
  • Gross receipts: means the total of the following:

    (a) The receipts from the sale of shares, tickets or rights in any manner connected with participation in a game of bingo or the right to participate therein, including any admission fee, charge for cards, daubers or other devices, the sale of equipment or supplies and all other miscellaneous receipts, excluding sales of food or beverages or other products which are not required to play bingo games. See Arizona Laws 5-401

  • License: means a license issued by the licensing authority pursuant to this article. See Arizona Laws 5-401
  • Licensee: means any person or qualified organization to which a license has been issued by the licensing authority. See Arizona Laws 5-401
  • Manager: means a person who has overall responsibility for conducting bingo games by a licensee and is designated as a manager in the application for a license. See Arizona Laws 5-401
  • Member: means an individual who has qualified for membership in a qualified organization or its auxiliary pursuant to its bylaws, articles of incorporation, charter, rules or similar written instrument and who has been a member in good standing for at least two years. See Arizona Laws 5-401
  • Month: means a calendar month unless otherwise expressed. See Arizona Laws 1-215
  • New member: means an individual who has qualified and been approved by the appropriate parent organization or state or national organization for membership in a qualified organization including auxiliaries pursuant to its bylaws, articles of incorporation, charter, rules or similar written instrument and who has been a member in good standing for at least thirty days but less than two years. See Arizona Laws 5-401
  • Person: means a natural person, firm, association, corporation or other legal entity. See Arizona Laws 5-401
  • Proceeds coordinator: means a person who has primary responsibility for the use of bingo game proceeds in accordance with law and for all checks issued from bingo game proceeds and is designated as the proceeds coordinator in the application for a license. See Arizona Laws 5-401
  • Qualified organization: means a homeowners association or any bona fide charitable, fraternal, religious, social, veterans' organization or volunteer firefighters organization, or nonprofit ambulance service as defined in section 41-1831 or any chartered branch or lodge or chapter of such national or state organization which operates without profit to its members and which has been in existence continuously for a period of two years in Arizona immediately before applying for a license under this article, and may include not more than one identified auxiliary of any such organization. See Arizona Laws 5-401
  • Reporting period: means the applicable reporting period prescribed in section 5-413. See Arizona Laws 5-401
  • Supervisor: means a person who is primarily responsible for the conduct of bingo games on each occasion including the supervision of all activities and the making of any report required by the licensing authority for the occasion. See Arizona Laws 5-401

1. Any person may apply as prescribed in this article.

2. The manager, proceeds coordinator, supervisor and assistant are not required to be members or new members.

3. The reporting period is one year coinciding with the term of the license.

B. A class B license may be issued to a qualified organization for the conduct of bingo games for which the gross receipts do not exceed three hundred thousand dollars per year. For a class B license:

1. Only a qualified organization may apply.

2. The manager and supervisor shall be members of the licensee.

3. The proceeds coordinator shall be an officer or director and a member of the licensee and is responsible for completion of the required financial report.

4. An assistant shall be a member or new member of the licensee.

5. There are four reporting periods coinciding with the quarters of the term of the license.

C. A class C license may be issued to a qualified organization for the conduct of bingo games for which the gross receipts exceed three hundred thousand dollars per year. For a class C license:

1. Only a qualified organization may apply.

2. The manager and supervisor shall be members of the licensee.

3. The proceeds coordinator shall be an officer or director and a member of the licensee and is responsible for completion of the required financial report.

4. An assistant shall be a member or new member of the licensee.

5. There are twelve reporting periods coinciding with each month of the term of the license.