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Following is information on getting your millionaire party (casino party) license from the Michigan
Charitable Gaming division of the Michigan Lottery Bureau.  We were a licensed supplier for the
State of Michigan for casino equipment:  blackjack, craps, roulette, poker, texas hold'em, big
wheels, etc.  If you are doing an event "just for fun", and no money is being used, you do not need
a license (examples - casino theme parties for post proms, company parties, etc.)
Arcade Games - Bouncy Boxing - Bungee Run - Caricature Artists - Carnival Games List - Carnivals
and Games
Cash Cube (Money Machine) - Casino Party Rules for Michigan Charitable Gaming - Casino Party
Rentals - Caterpillar Crawl Through Inflatables - Climbing Wall (Rock Wall Inflatable) - Clowns/Face
Painting/Balloons
College Events Planning - Dance Dance Revolution Rental System - Dunk Tank Rental - Entertainers -
Games Galore Carnival Game Inflatable - Giant Slide Rental - Gladiator Joust Rental - High Striker
Rental
Holiday Party Planning  - Interactive Games Listing - Laser Tag Rental - Make Your Own Music Video
Mechanical Bull Rental - Miniature Golf Rental - Mini Hoops Basketball Rental - Moonwalk and
Bounce Rental
More about our Company and Staff - New Games for 2006 - Picnic Planning - Pipe and Drape/Trade
Shows - Pool Table Rental - Popcorn, Cotton Candy and Sno Cone Rental - Senior All Night Party
and Youth Programs
Spaceball/Human Gyro Rental - Splish Splash Water Inflatable - Sticky Wall (Velcro Wall) - Summer
Specials
Sumo Wrestling Rental - Football Theme and Superbowl Party Planning - T-Ball Game - Trackless
Train Rental
Millionaire Party Rules
PART 4. MILLIONAIRE PARTY

R 432.21401 Licensing requirements.
Rule 401. A qualified organization applying for a millionaire party license shall meet the
requirements of R 432.21204.

R 432.21402 Principal officer responsibilities.
Rule 402. The principal officer of the qualified organization shall be responsible for all of the
following:
(a) Ensuring that there is full accountability of all gaming assets including, but not limited to, cash,
prizes, imitation money or chips, raffle tickets, charity game tickets, numeral game tickets, and all
funds derived from the licensed gaming event.
(b) Ensuring that the licensed gaming event is conducted in accordance with the act, these rules,
terms of probation, and directives of the bureau.
(c) Ensuring that all records related to the licensed gaming event are current and accurate.
(d) Reviewing all reports and correspondence from the bureau.
(e) Signing and ensuring that the financial statement from the licensed gaming event is submitted
to the bureau as prescribed by R 432.21420.
(f) Responding in writing to violation notices as prescribed by R 432.21106.
(g) Ensuring that all workers and raffle ticket sellers are qualified to work the licensed gaming
event.

R 432.21403 Millionaire party chairperson; qualifications and duties.
Rule 403. (1) The officers of the qualified organization shall designate at least 1 chairperson to be
in charge of and responsible for the conduct of the licensed gaming event in accordance with the
act, these rules, terms of probation, and directives of the bureau.
(2) The chairperson is a worker who shall be a bona fide member of the qualified organization for
at least 6 months.
(3) The chairperson shall be listed on the license application.
(4) The chairperson shall be familiar with the act, these rules, terms of probation, and directives of
the bureau.
(5) The chairperson shall be present on the premises continuously during the occasion.
(6) The chairperson shall be readily identifiable to all millionaire party attendees by wearing a
name badge with the word "Chairperson" followed by the name of the licensee and the
chairperson's name.
(7) The chairperson shall be in full charge of the licensed gaming event, supervise and direct all
workers, and be responsible for assuring the proper receipting, recording, and depositing of all
money derived from the conduct of the licensed gaming event.
(8) The chairperson shall attempt to resolve in accordance with the act, these rules, directives of
the bureau, and house rules any disputes that may occur during the conduct of the licensed
gaming event.
(9) Any change in the chairperson or persons who are listed on the millionaire party license
application shall be immediately submitted to the bureau in writing. The notification shall be signed
by the principal officer of the qualified organization.

R 432.21404 Minimum age.
Rule 404. (1) Persons under 18 years of age shall not be permitted to participate in the millionaire
party as players and shall not be permitted to operate millionaire party games or assist in the
conduct of the licensed gaming event.
(2) Persons under 18 years of age shall not be permitted to play with, operate, handle, collect, or
distribute any kind of millionaire party equipment.
(3) Persons under 18 years of age shall not be permitted to sell or purchase raffle tickets, charity
game tickets, or numeral game tickets.

R 432.21405 Raffles, charity game tickets, and numeral game tickets.
Rule 405. (1) Raffles held in conjunction with a millionaire party license shall be conducted as
prescribed by R 432.21501 to R 432.21522.
(2) Charity game tickets may be sold at a millionaire party as prescribed by R 432.21601 to R
432.21624.
(3) Numeral game tickets may be sold at a millionaire party as prescribed by R 432.21701 to R
432.21721.

R 432.21406 Equipment and games.
Rule 406. (1) Only authorized equipment and games may be used at a millionaire party.
(2) Authorized equipment used in the conduct of millionaire parties shall be maintained in good
repair and sound working condition.
(3) The utilization of equipment and methods of play shall be such that each player is afforded an
equal opportunity to win.
(4) The licensee shall conduct the millionaire party with equipment that it owns, rents or
purchases from a licensed supplier, or uses free of charge, except with prior written approval of
the bureau based on the best interest of the public welfare.
(5) All of the following millionaire party equipment and games are authorized:
(a) Wheels.
(b) Roulette.
(c) Dice games where players compete only against the licensee.
(d) Twenty-one or blackjack.
(e) Card games approved in writing by the bureau.
(f) Any other equipment or games approved in writing by the bureau.
(6) In all dice games, the size of the dice shall be not less than 3/4 inch.
(7) The licensee shall not pay a percentage of the revenue or net profits from the millionaire party
for the use of equipment or for any other reason.
(8) All millionaire party equipment owned by the licensee may be stored at the location of the
licensee, if the equipment is stored in a manner to prevent the immediate setup and use at times
other than those times stated on the license.
(9) Millionaire party equipment at a rental location shall be removed within 2 business days after
the licensed gaming event, except as approved in writing by the bureau.
(10) The names of all owners shall be permanently affixed in a conspicuous place on all
millionaire party equipment.

R 432.21407 House rules.
Rule 407. (1) The licensee shall establish and adhere to its house rules for the conduct of the
millionaire party. At a minimum, the house rules shall contain all of the following information:
(a) The licensee's name.
(b) The license number.
(c) The price of imitation money or chips and admission fee, if any.
(d) The contingency plan for inclement weather, power outages, equipment failure, and other
emergencies.
(e) The refund policy.
(f) The method of play for all millionaire party games to be conducted.
(g) The statutory limit for total prizes or winnings awarded to a single person in a single day.
(h) The bet limit for all games.
(i) The effective date of the house rules.
(2) The licensee shall post all of the following, if applicable:
(a) The limit to the number of hands a player may play.
(b) The method by which the winners will be determined and the raffle will be conducted.
(c) The redemption claim period for charity game tickets as prescribed by R 432.21611(1)(c).
(d) The redemption claim period for numeral game tickets as prescribed by R 432.21709(1)(e).
(3) The licensee shall post the house rules in a conspicuous place or print the house rules in
sufficient number for distribution to all interested persons.
(4) The house rules shall not be in conflict with the act, these rules, or directives of the bureau.

R 432.21408 Imitation money and chips.
Rule 408. (1) During the conduct of a millionaire party, only imitation money or chips shall be used
by the participants. Imitation money or chips shall be used solely for wagering or redemption
purposes.
(2) Imitation money or chips shall not be used for the purchase of food, beverages, raffle tickets,
charity game tickets, numeral game tickets, non-gaming items, or tipping.
(3) Imitation money or chips shall only be sold by authorized sellers.
(4) Imitation money or chips shall not be sold by dealers or at individual gaming tables.
(5) A player shall not be permitted to give, sell, exchange, or redeem imitation money or chips with
another player.
(6) A player shall only redeem imitation money or chips that they have purchased or won.
(7) Imitation money or chips shall only be redeemed at authorized redemption areas.

R 432.21409 Millionaire party conduct.
Rule 409. (1) Millionaire parties shall only be conducted between the hours of 8 a.m. and 2 a.m.
(2) The millionaire party license shall be on site and posted in a conspicuous place during the
millionaire party occasion.
(3) A copy of the current license application and any changes shall also be on site and available
for review.
(4) All winners shall be determined and all prizes shall be awarded within the hours stated on the
license, except for disputed prizes.
(5) All winners of raffle prizes shall be determined and all prizes awarded as prescribed by R
432.21515.
(6) A wager shall not be placed on an athletic event or a game involving personal skill.
(7) A wager shall not be placed on a game, contest, or activity other than an approved game
taking place at the location within the hours stated on the license.

R 432.21410 Game operation.
Rule 410. (1) A bet line shall be established. Any bet not placed on the bet line shall not be
considered.
(2) Players shall not touch the dice and shall use a dice cup when throwing the dice. Only the
dealer or operator shall touch the dice.
(3) The dice shall hit the side boards of the table when thrown. If the dice do not hit the side
boards, then the roll is void and the dice shall be rolled again.
(4) In blackjack, the dealer shall draw on 16 and under and stand on 17 and over.
(5) There shall not be more than 7 players at a blackjack table.

R 432.21411 Personal limitation on winnings.
Rule 411. A person who participates in a millionaire party shall not be awarded prizes having a
total retail value exceeding the limitations as prescribed by the act. This limitation does not include
the value of prizes won through raffles, charity game tickets, and numeral games or the value of
imitation money or chips purchased during the occasion.

R 432.21412 Workers.
Rule 412. (1) At least 50% of all workers shall be members or spouses of members of the licensee.
(2) A worker shall not play millionaire party games in which they are working or assisting. A worker
may play when not working, after paying admission fees and all other fees in the same manner as
other players.
(3) A worker is prohibited from purchasing, playing, or accepting as a gift, charity game tickets or
numeral game tickets offered for sale by the licensee at any time during the day they are working
or assisting.
(4) A concession worker or lessor of the location where a millionaire party is being conducted
shall not participate in any manner in the licensed gaming event as a worker. This subrule shall
not apply to the lessor if the location is owned by the licensee or an auxiliary organization of the
licensee that is conducting the licensed gaming event. This subrule shall not apply to a
concession worker if the concession is owned by the licensee or an auxiliary organization of the
licensee that is conducting the licensed gaming event.
(5) A worker shall not split a prize with a player or accept tips of any kind.

R 432.21413 Worker compensation.
Rule 413. (1) The commissioner shall establish a service compensation schedule for workers.
(2) The commissioner may adjust the established service compensation schedule. If an
adjustment is proposed, then the licensees shall be given 30 days to comment before the change
is implemented.
(3) A worker shall not be compensated more than the amount established by the commissioner in
the service compensation schedule, except as prescribed by R 432.21517.
(4) The amount established by the commissioner that may be paid to a worker is as follows:
(a) The chairperson or recordkeeper shall be paid not more than $20.00 as of the effective date
of these rules and the amount may be adjusted by the service compensation schedule not to
exceed $50.00 for his or her services for each day of the licensed gaming event worked.
(b) All other workers, except raffle ticket sellers, shall be paid not more than $15.00 as of the
effective date of these rules and the amount may be adjusted by the service compensation
schedule not to exceed $30.00 for their services for each day of the licensed gaming event
worked.
(5) Only 1 person may be paid as chairperson and only 1 person may be paid as recordkeeper
per day of the licensed gaming event.
(6) An individual may only be compensated for being 1 of the following per day of the licensed
gaming event:
(a) Chairperson.
(b) Recordkeeper.
(c) Worker.
(7) Compensation to workers includes, but is not limited to, any of the following:
(a) Cash or check.
(b) Anything of value.
(c) Credit towards dues, tuition, or any other items of value. Any credit given shall not exceed the
limit per occasion as prescribed by this rule.
(8) In addition to the compensation as provided by subrule (7) of this rule, workers may also
receive food and beverages consumed while working that do not exceed $5.00 in retail value.
(9) All worker compensation, other than credits, shall be paid on the day of the licensed gaming
event.
(10) The names of the workers and amounts paid, including any credits as provided by subrule
(7)(c) of this rule, shall be recorded on the workers service record for each day of the licensed
gaming event or as directed in writing by the bureau.
(11) Any and all forms of worker compensation shall only be paid from the proceeds of the
licensed gaming event or the financial account as prescribed by R 432.21415.
(12) All compensation shall be reported on the financial statement as prescribed by R 432.21420.

R 432.21414 Game records; retention.
Rule 414. (1) Game records pertaining to the licensed gaming event shall be completed and
maintained in a current and accurate manner in accordance with the act, these rules, terms of
probation, and directives of the bureau. A licensee may be required to complete game records on
forms prescribed by the bureau.
(2) Game records shall include a copy of the current license application and any changes.
(3) Game records and all documents supporting entries made in the records shall be available
and on site at the occasion and at other times to authorized representatives of the bureau for
review.
(4) Game records and all documents supporting entries made in the records shall be kept for at
least the current calendar year plus 3 years or as directed in writing by the bureau.
(5) An invoice showing the cost per item for all millionaire party equipment shall be available and
on site at the occasion to authorized representatives of the bureau for review.
(6) Game records and all documents supporting entries made in the records may be removed by
authorized representatives of the bureau for review.
(7) Game records may be maintained using a computer if they are maintained in accordance with
directives of the bureau.

R 432.21415 Accountability; lawful use of proceeds; reasonable expenditures; deposit of
proceeds.
Rule 415. (1) The licensee shall be accountable for all cash, prizes, imitation money or chips,
raffle tickets, charity game tickets, and numeral game tickets.
(2) In accordance with the act, the entire net proceeds of the licensed gaming event shall be
devoted exclusively to the lawful purposes of the qualified organization.
(3) To ensure that all proceeds are used for the lawful purposes of the qualified organization, all
financial accounts into which proceeds from the licensed gaming event are deposited or
transferred shall be open for review by authorized representatives of the bureau.
(4) The payment of expenses incurred in connection with the conduct of the licensed gaming
event shall be necessary and reasonable.
(5) Each check written from financial accounts into which proceeds from the licensed gaming
event are deposited or transferred shall meet all of the following requirements:
(a) Each check shall be preprinted with the name of the licensee.
(b) The check shall be signed by an authorized person or persons.
(c) The check shall be made payable to a specific person, business, partnership, corporation, or
account.
(d) A check shall not be made payable to cash or bearer and shall not be drawn in blank.
(e) The check shall contain a brief description of the expense on the memo line.
(6) Electronic transfers of funds derived from the conduct of the licensed gaming event shall be
done in accordance with directives of the bureau.
(7) Cancelled checks written from financial accounts into which proceeds from the licensed
gaming event are deposited or transferred shall be returned on a monthly basis to the account
holder. Copies of the checks are acceptable, if legible, and if originals can be made available
upon request by the bureau.
(8) All monies derived from the conduct of the licensed gaming event shall be deposited into the
licensee's financial account within 2 business days of the licensed gaming event or as directed in
writing by the bureau.
(9) Checks shall not be cashed out of the millionaire party start cash or gross revenue.
(10) Prize payments and worker compensation are the only allowable cash expenditures from
proceeds of the licensed gaming event. All other millionaire party-related expenses shall be paid
by check as prescribed by this rule.

R 432.21416 Rent and rental location agreement.
Rule 416. (1) A location shall not be rented for a millionaire party unless all of the terms and
conditions of rental, including the fee, are in a written agreement approved by the bureau.
(2) A location shall not be rented by a licensee on a percentage basis.

R 432.21417 Security.
Rule 417. (1) The licensee may assign a worker to provide security services at the millionaire
party and that worker shall be eligible for pay as a worker as prescribed by R 432.21413(4)(b).
(2) A licensee may hire contractual security services and pay them for services at current market
rates, provided the activity is conducted in compliance with Act No. 330 of the Public Acts of 1968,
as amended, being § 338.1051 et seq. of the Michigan Compiled Laws. Persons hired under this
subrule shall not assist in the operation of the millionaire party in any other capacity.

R 432.21418 Advertising.
Rule 418. (1) Only the licensee may advertise a millionaire party. A lessor, location owner,
supplier, or manufacturer or their agent shall not advertise in any manner a licensed gaming
event, except as prescribed by this rule.
(2) A lessor or location owner may provide a space that the licensee renting or using the location
may use to advertise the licensed gaming event. Information in the space provided for advertising
shall comply with the rules for the licensed gaming event and shall be the responsibility of the
licensee.
(3) Advertising is permitted by any legal means.
(4) Expenditures for advertising the licensed gaming event shall be necessary and reasonable.
(5) Advertising shall include all of the following information:
(a) The name of the licensee.
(b) The license number.
(c) The purpose for which the net proceeds will be used.
(d) The personal limitation on winnings as prescribed by the act.

R 432.21419 Millionaire party financial records; retention.
Rule 419. All of the following financial records shall be available to authorized representatives of
the bureau for review and shall be kept for at least the current calendar year plus 3 years or as
directed in writing by the bureau:
(a) A copy of the financial statement as prescribed by R 432.21420.
(b) Bank validated deposit slips for all proceeds from the licensed gaming event.
(c) Bank statements from all financial accounts where proceeds from the licensed gaming event
were deposited or transferred.
(d) Cancelled checks or copies of checks, as prescribed by R 432.21415(7) from all financial
accounts where proceeds from the licensed gaming event were deposited or transferred.
(e) Invoices or receipts with the date, vendor's name, and a description of the item or service for
all expenditures made from financial accounts where proceeds from the licensed gaming event
were deposited or transferred.

R 432.21420 Financial statement requirements.
Rule 420. (1) A millionaire party licensee shall submit a financial statement to the bureau on a
form, provided by or approved in writing by the bureau, by the tenth day of the month following
the month that the licensed gaming event was held.
(2) The financial statement shall be signed by the principal officer of the qualified organization
certifying that the information on the financial statement is true, correct, and complete to the best
of his or her knowledge.
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