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A weekly publication of the Secretary of State JAN BREWER Secretary of State RHONDA PASCHAL Editor Arizona Administrative Register SCOTT CANCELOSI Director Public Services Division Arizona Administrative www.azsos.gov Volume 11, Issue 1 January 3, 2005 Contents of this Issue General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Public Participation in the Rulemaking Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Notices of Proposed Rulemaking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4 A.A.C. 28 . . . . State Real Estate Department. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 19 A.A.C. 3 . . . . Arizona State Lottery Commission. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 20 A.A.C. 4 . . . . Banking Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Notices of Termination of Rulemaking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 4 A.A.C. 30 . . . . Board of Technical Registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Notices of Final Rulemaking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 12 A.A.C. 1 . . . . Radiation Regulatory Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 12 A.A.C. 5 . . . . State Land Department. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Notices of Rulemaking Docket Opening . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 4 A.A.C. 28 . . . . State Real Estate Department. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 12 A.A.C. 1 . . . . Radiation Regulatory Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Effective Date Schedule and Register and Code Deadlines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Governor’s Regulatory Review Council Deadlines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132 Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 2 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State General Information GENERAL INFORMATION Arizona Administrative Register The Arizona Administrative Register (A.A.R.) is an official publication of the state of Arizona and contains the rulemaking activity of the state’s agencies, including proposed, final, emergency, summary, and exempt rules. The Secretary of State’s Office prints the Register weekly. Rulemakings initiated under the Administrative Procedure Act as effective January 1, 1995, include the full text. In addition, the Register contains the full text of the Governor’s Executive Orders and Proclamations of general applicability, summaries of Attorney General opinions, notices of rules terminated by the agency, and the Governor’s appointments of state officials and members of state boards and commissions. Other documents may be included if the documents are concerned with rulemaking or if state statute requires that they be published in the Register. A full schedule of deadline and publication dates appears in the back of this issue. A schedule of deadlines for the Governor’s Regulatory Review Council is also listed. Within each type of rulemaking category, rules are listed in the same numerical order in which they appear in the Arizona Administrative Code (A.A.C.). The Arizona Administrative Register is cited by volume and page number and issue date. Pagination of the Register is consecutive throughout each volume year. An index to rulemaking activity is published in each issue and is cumulated every six months in a separately published index. The Office also publishes biennially an index to the Governor’s documents, the Attorney General’s summaries of opinions, and the Governor’s appointments to boards and commissions. Arizona Administrative Code The Arizona Administrative Code (A.A.C.) is an official publication of the state of Arizona. The A.A.C. contains all rules promulgated by the regulatory agencies of the state and filed with the Secretary of State after either certification by the Attorney General if initiated before January 1, 1995, or approval by either the Governor’s Regulatory Review Council or the Attorney General, as appropriate, if initiated after January 1, 1995. The Code also contains rules exempt from the rulemaking process or exempt from certification or approval. The A.A.C. uses a hyphenated numbering system. Each rule (Section) number is preceded by the letter “R” indicating “Rule.” The first number following the letter “R” indicates the Title (subject area) in which the rule appears. The middle number indicates the Chapter (agency). The last number indicates the rule number. For example: A.A.C. R182101 is the citation for Section 101 of Chapter 2 of Title 18 of the Code. Publication of a rule in the Arizona Administrative Code is prima facie evidence of the making, amendment, or repeal of that rule as provided by A.R.S. § 411012. The full text of all rules printed is available for inspection in the Office of the Secretary of State, 1700 West Washington, 7th Floor, and at the promulgating agency. In addition, the Arizona Administrative Code supplements, published four times each year, contain the full text of rules on which changes were adopted during each calendar quarter. The Office of the Secretary of State is an equal opportunity employer. Persons requiring alternate formats must contact the Secretary of State’s ADA Coordinator at (602) 5424285 or TDD (602) 2558683. www.azsos.gov Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Public Participation in the Rulemaking Process January 3, 2005 Page 3 Volume 11, Issue 1 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN THE RULEMAKING PROCESS The public is encouraged to participate in the rulemaking process by which administrative rules are made, amended, or repealed. Listed below are some of the ways in which to participate (references are to the Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.), a compilation of the laws of the state of Arizona). By inspecting a copy of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking filed with the Secretary of State, Public Services Division, for publication in the Arizona Administrative Register. (See A.R.S. § 411022.) By making oral comments, if an oral proceeding or a public hearing is held, or written comments to the agency proposing the rule. In order for the agency to consider your comments, the agency must receive them by the close of record. Your comments must reach the agency within the 30day comment period following Register publication of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. Send your comments to the agency representative whose name and address are printed in the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. (See A.R.S. § 411022.) By requesting, in writing, an oral proceeding on a proposed rule within 30 days after the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking has been published in the Register if the agency has not scheduled a proceeding. (See A.R.S. § 41 1023.) By submitting to the Governor’s Regulatory Review Council written comments that are relevant to the Council’s power to review a given rule (see A.R.S. § 411052). The Council reviews the rule at the end of the rulemaking process and before the rules are filed with the Secretary of State. By petitioning an agency to make, amend, or repeal a rule. The agency must respond to the petition. (See A.R.S. § 41 1033.) Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 4 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking NOTICES OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING Unless exempted by A.R.S. § 411005, each agency shall begin the rulemaking process by first submitting to the Secretary of State’s Office a Notice of Rulemaking Docket Opening followed by a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that contains the preamble and the full text of the rules. The Secretary of State’s Office publishes each Notice in the next available issue of the Register according to the schedule of deadlines for Register publication. Under the Administrative Procedure Act (A.R.S. § 411001 et seq.), an agency must allow at least 30 days to elapse after the publication of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in the Register before beginning any proceedings for making, amending, or repealing any rule. (A.R.S. §§ 411013 and 411022) NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING TITLE 4. PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS CHAPTER 28. STATE REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT PREAMBLE 1. Section Affected Rulemaking Action R4281103 Amend 2. The specific authority for the rulemaking, including the general and specific statutes: General Authorizing Statute: A.R.S. § 322107 (E). Specific Authorizing Statutes: A.R.S. §§ 322121 (8), (9), (10); 322122; 322125; 322151; 322151.01; 322153 (A)(21); 322155 (A). 3. Previous notices appearing in the Register addressing the proposed rule: None 4. The name and address of agency personnel to contact regarding the rulemaking: Name: Cindy Wilkinson, rules liaison Address: Department of Real Estate 2910 N. 44th St. #100 Phoenix, AZ 85018 Telephone: (602) 4681414, ext. 120 Fax: (602) 4680562 Email: cwilkinson@re.state.az.us 5. An explanation of the rule, including the agency's reasons for initiating the rulemaking: The Department has received requests from brokers who operate very small brokerage firms, seeking relief from the requirement under R4281103 (A) that they establish and enforce written policies, procedures and systems. This requirement took effect August 6, 2002. This rulemaking seeks to exempt employing brokers that employ no more than a total of three people from that requirement. To qualify, the brokerage must employ no more than a total of three people, including the designated broker and no more than one licensed and one unlicensed person. 6. A reference to an study relevant to the rule that the agency reviewed and proposes either to rely on or not to rely on in its evaluation of or justification for the rule, where the public may obtain or review each study, all data underlying each study, and any analysis of each study and other supporting material: None 7. A showing of good cause why the rule is necessary to promote a statewide interest if the rule will diminish a previous grant of authority of a political subdivision of this state: Not applicable 8. The preliminary summary of the economic, small business, and consumer impact: Persons Directly Affected By, Bear the Costs of, or Directly Benefit From the Proposed Rulemaking The designated brokers of very small brokerage firms will directly benefit from this proposed rulemaking. Cost/Benefit Analysis Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 5 Volume 11, Issue 1 There is no apparent cost. The benefit is that they will not be required to develop and enforce written policies, systems, and procedures for the operation of the brokerage and supervision of brokerage employees. Probable costs and benefits to the Department and other agencies directly affected by the proposed rulemaking: None anticipated Probable costs and benefits to a political subdivision of Arizona directly affected by the proposed rulemaking: None anticipated Probable costs and benefits to businesses directly affected by the proposed rulemaking, including any anticipated effect on the revenues or payroll expenditures of employers who are subject to the proposed rulemaking: When this requirement was adopted by final rulemaking at 8 A.A.R. 3640, effective August 6, 2002, the Department anticipated broker cost would be approximately $400, based on the broker's time to reduce to writing the brokerage's office policies, procedures and systems, and to copy and place them in a binder for employees. While that rule initially met with resistance, the Department has since learned that some brokers have determined it to be a valuable tool, enhancing communication of the broker's expectations and standards to the licensed and unlicensed employees of the firm. However, brokers of very small brokerages have commented that, because they have only one or two employees (often a spouse), it is meaningless to require them to have written policies and procedures. General Description of the Probable Impact on Private and Public Employment in Business, Agencies and Political Subdivisions of this State Directly Affected by the Proposed Rulemaking: None A Statement of the Probable Impact of the Proposed Rulemaking on Small Businesses: a) Identification Of The Small Businesses Subject To The Proposed Rulemaking: This rulemaking seeks to exempt small businesses that have no more than a total of three employees from the requirement of having a written policy, procedure and system manual. b) Administrative And Other Costs Required For Compliance With The Proposed Rulemaking: None c) A Description Of The Methods That The Agency May Use To Reduce The Impact On Small Businesses: Not applicable d) The Probable Cost and Benefit to Private Persons and Consumers Who Are Directly Affected by the Proposed Rulemaking: None expected. The Probable Effect on State Revenues: None is expected. A Description of any Less Intrusive or Less Costly Alternative Methods of Achieving the Purpose of the Proposed Rulemaking: Not applicable 9. The name and address of agency personnel to contact regarding the accuracy of the economic, small business, and consumer impact statement: Name: Cindy Wilkinson, rules liaison Address: Arizona Dept of Real Estate 2910 N. 44th Street #100 Phoenix, AZ 85018 Telephone: (602) 4681414, ext. 120 Fax: (602) 4680562 Email: cwilkinson@re.state.az.us 10. The time, place, and nature of the proceedings for the amendment of the rule: No oral proceeding is scheduled at this time. Written comments filed by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 3, 2005, will be considered. Please see items #4 and #9 for contact information. 11. Any other matters prescribed by statute applicable to the specific agency or to any specific rule or class of rules: None 12. The full text of the rule follows: Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 6 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking TITLE 4. PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS CHAPTER 28. STATE REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT ARTICLE 11. PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT Section R4281103. Professional Conduct ARTICLE 11. PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT R4281103. Broker Supervision and Control A. No change 1. No change a. No change b. No change 2. No change a. No change b. No change c. No change 3. No change 4. No change 5. No change a. No change b. No change B. No change C. An employing broker that employs a designated broker, no more than one other licensee, and no more than one unlicensed person is not required to develop and maintain written policies, procedures, and systems described in subsection (A). NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING TITLE 19. ALCOHOL, HORSE AND DOG RACING, LOTTERY, AND GAMING CHAPTER 3. ARIZONA STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION PREAMBLE 1. Sections Affected Rulemaking Action R193302 Repeal R193303 Repeal R193304 Repeal R193305 Repeal Illus. A Repeal Illus. B Repeal Illus. C Repeal R193306 Repeal R193307 Repeal R193308 Repeal R193309 Repeal R193310 Repeal R193311 Repeal R193312 Repeal R193313 Repeal R193314 Repeal R193315 Repeal R193316 Repeal R193317 Repeal R193318 Repeal R193319 Repeal R193320 Repeal R193321 Repeal Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 7 Volume 11, Issue 1 R193322 Repeal R193323 Repeal R193324 Repeal R193325 Repeal R193326 Repeal R193327 Repeal R193328 Repeal R193329 Repeal Exhibit A Repeal Exhibit B Repeal Exhibit C Repeal R193350 Repeal R193361 Repeal R193369 Repeal R193387 Repeal R193388 Repeal R193389 Repeal R193390 Repeal R193391 Repeal R193392 Repeal R193393 Repeal R193394 Repeal Exhibit A Repeal Exhibit B Repeal R193395 Repeal Exhibit C Repeal R193396 Repeal Exhibit D Repeal R193397 Repeal R193398 Repeal R193399 Repeal 2. The specific authority for rulemaking, including both the authorizing statute (general) and the statutes the rules are implementing (specific): Authorizing statute: A.R.S. § 5504(B). 3. A list of all previous notices appearing in the Register addressing the proposed rules: Notice of Rulemaking Docket Opening: 10 A.A.R. 4490, November 5, 2004 4. The name and address of agency personnel with whom persons may communicate regarding the rulemaking: Name: Katie Pushor, Executive Director Address: Arizona State Lottery 4740 E. University Drive Phoenix, AZ 85034 Telephone: (480) 9214505 Fax: (480) 9214488 Email: kpushor@azlottery.gov or Name: Pam Scharon, Budget Manager Address: Arizona State Lottery 4740 E. University Drive Phoenix, AZ 85034 Telephone: (480) 9214489 Fax: (480) 9214425 Email: pscharon@azlottery.gov 5. An explanation of the rules, including the agency’s reason for initiating the rules: The Lottery is repealing all rules for Article 3, Instant Lottery Games, which describes provisions relating to specific instant ticket games. These games have ended and the 180day prize redemption period has expired. Presently, new instant games are approved as provided in Article 7. Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 8 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking 6. A reference to any study relevant to the rule that the agency reviewed and either proposes to rely on or not rely on in its evaluation of or justification for the proposed, where the public may obtain or review each study, all data underlying each study, and any analysis of each study and other supporting material: None 7. A showing of good cause why the rules are necessary to promote a statewide interest if the rules will diminish a previous grant of authority of a political subdivision of this state: Not applicable 8. The preliminary summary of the economic, small business, and consumer impact: The intention of repealing Article 3 is to simplify and clarify existing rules. This rulemaking will not have any identifiable economic impact on the Lottery, political subdivisions of the state, private and public employment, Lottery retailers, the general public, or state revenues. General rules for instant games are addressed in Article 7. 9. The name and address of agency personnel with whom persons may communicate regarding the accuracy of the economic, small business, and consumer impact statement: Name: Katie Pushor, Executive Director Address: Arizona State Lottery 4740 E. University Drive Phoenix, AZ 85034 Telephone: (480) 9214505 Fax: (480) 9214488 Email: kpushor@azlottery.gov or Name: Pam Scharon, Budget Manager Address: Arizona State Lottery 4740 E. University Drive Phoenix, AZ 85034 Telephone: (480) 9214489 Fax: (480) 9214425 Email: pscharon@azlottery.gov 10. The time, place, and nature of the proceedings for the making, amendment, or repeal of the rules or, if no proceeding is scheduled, where, when, and how persons may request an oral proceeding on the proposed rule: Date: February 18, 2005 Time: 10:00 a.m. Location: Arizona Lottery 4740 E. University Drive Phoenix, AZ 85034 Nature: Oral Proceeding The close of record is 5:00 p.m. on February 18, 2005 for written comments and at the end of the oral proceeding for verbal comments. 11. Any other matters prescribed by statute that are applicable to the specific agency or to any specific rule or class of rules: Not applicable 12. Incorporations by reference and their location in the rules: Not applicable 13. The full text of the rules follows: Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 9 Volume 11, Issue 1 TITLE 19. ALCOHOL, HORSE AND DOG RACING, LOTTERY, AND GAMING CHAPTER 3. ARIZONA STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION ARTICLE 3. INSTANT LOTTERY GAMES REPEALED Section R193302. “Jingle Bucks” Repealed R193303. “Cactus Cash” Repealed R193304. “Blackjack” Repealed R193305. “Bingo” Repealed Illus. A. Line Repealed Illus. B. Four Corners Repealed Illus C. “X” Repealed R193306. “Joker’s Wild” Repealed R193307. “Double 21" Repealed R193308. “Match the House” Repealed R193309. “Diamond Bucks” Repealed R193310. “Fat Cat” Repealed R193311. “Winning Pairs” Repealed R193312. “Five Card Stud” Repealed R193313. “Bowling for Bucks” Repealed R193314. “Bonus 7 Come 11" Repealed R193315. “3 of a Kind” Repealed R193316. “Heat Wave” Repealed R193317. “In the Chips” Repealed R193318. “Instant Jackpot” Repealed R193319. “Cactus Cash” Repealed R193320. “Money Bags” Repealed R193321. “Ace in the Hole” Repealed R193322. “Power Play” Repealed R193323. “Break the Bank” Repealed R193324. “Beat the Dealer” Repealed R193325. “Lucky Pair” Repealed R193326. “Win for Life” Repealed R193327. “Frosty the Doughman” Repealed R193328. “Lucky Duck” Repealed R193329. “Bonus Bingo” Repealed Exhibit A. Line Repealed Exhibit B. Four Corners Repealed Exhibit C. “X” Repealed R193350. Reserved Repealed R193361. “Top 10" Repealed R193369. “Cash Giveaway” Repealed R193387. “Winning 20" Repealed R193388. “Blackjack” Repealed R193389. “Cash Splash” Repealed R193390. “Fast Money” Repealed R193391. “3's for the Dough” Repealed R193392. “Double Dice” Repealed R193393. “Scratch, Match, and Win” Repealed R193394. “Aces High” Repealed Exhibit A. Your Card Repealed Exhibit B. House Card Repealed R193395. “Lucky Scratch” Repealed Exhibit C. Confirming Captions Repealed R193396. “Winning Card” Repealed Exhibit D. Dealer’s Card/Your Card Repealed Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 10 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking R193397. “Football Fever” Repealed R193398. “Blackjack” Repealed R193399. “X’s and O’s” Repealed ARTICLE 3. INSTANT LOTTERY GAMES REPEALED R193302. “Jingle Bucks” Repealed A. Nine play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in three rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are one of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$25”, “$100”, or “$500” with confirming captions. The play symbols captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play SymbolsCaption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $25 TWFDOL $100 ONEHUND $500 FIVHUND B. A packticket number beginning with 000001 is located in the lowerleft side on the back of the ticket. C. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $25, $100, or $500 tickets. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWF = $25 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 FHN = $500 D. A prize winner in the “JINGLE BUCKS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 9 play symbols. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches 3 like play symbols, he or she wins that prize. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $25 = $25 (twentyfive dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) R193303. “Cactus Cash” Repealed A. Nine play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in 3 rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side of the front of the ticket and are one of the following: “ ”, “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$20”, “$100”, or “$1,000” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 100001 is located in the lowercenter portion on the back of the ticket. C. Playsymbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbols Caption DOUBLE $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWENTY $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU D. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $4, $5, $10, $20, or $100. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FOR = $4 ONH = $100 FIV = $5 E. A prize winner in the “CACTUS CASH” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 11 Volume 11, Issue 1 of the ticket to determine the 9 play symbols. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches three like play symbols, he or she wins that prize. If the player matches three like play symbols plus a " ““, the prize amount is doubled. There may be only one prize per ticket. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $1+ = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $2+ = $4 (four dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $5+ = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $10+ = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) R193304. “Blackjack” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, 3 play symbols appear in a vertical row with “YOUR HAND” printed above and are one of the following: “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, “20”, or “21”, with confirming captions. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with “DEALER'S HAND” printed above and are one of the following: “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, or “20”, with confirming captions. The playsymbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbols Caption 12 TLV 13 THN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXT 17 SVT 18 EGN 19 NIT 20 TWY 21 TYN B. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with “PRIZE” printed above and are one of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$20”, “$40”, “$250”, or “$21,000” with confirming captions as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $20 TWYDOL $40 FRYDOL $250 2HUND50 $21,000 TYNTHOU C. A packticket number beginning with 700001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of a $1, $2, $3, $5, $10, $15, $40, or $250 ticket. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: $1 = ONE $10 = TEN $2 = TWO $15 = FTN $3 = THR $40 = FTY $5 = FIV $250 = THF E. A prize winner in the “BLACKJACK” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as the “1st Game”, the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as the “2nd Game”, and the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as the “3rd Game”. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR HAND” beats “DEALER'S HAND” in either the “1st Game”, “2nd Game”, or “3rd Game”, the player wins the prize shown for the game. There may be 3 winning games on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 12 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $1+ $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1+ $1+ $1 = $3 (three dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $1+ $2 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 + $5 = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $20 + $20 = $40 (forty dollars) or $40 = $40 (forty dollars) or $250 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or $21,000 = $21,000 (twentyone thousand dollars) R193305. “Bingo” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, four play areas called “PLAYER'S CARDS” appear and are identified as “CARD 1”, “CARD 2”, “CARD 3”, and “CARD 4”. Within each “CARD”, five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “B” above and are one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, or “15”. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “I” printed above and are one of the following: “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, “20”, “21”, “22”, “23”, “24”, “25”, “26”, “27”, “28”, “29”, or “30”. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “N” printed above and are one of the following: “31”, “32”, “33”, “34”, “35”, “36”, “37”, “38”, “39”, “40”, “41”, “42”, “43”, “44”, or “45”. The third play spot in column “N” will always be the word “FREE”. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “G” printed above and are one of the following: “46”, “47”, “48”, “49”, “50”, “51”, “52”, “53”, “54”, “55”, “56”, “57”, “58”, “59”, or “60”. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “O” printed above and are one of the following: “61”, “62”, “63”, “64”, “65”, “66”, “67”, “68”, “69”, “70”, “71”, “72”, “73”, “74”, or “75”. B. In the latex area located on the left side of the ticket is a play area identified as “CALLER'S CARD”. Twentyfour play spots appear in three columns of eight and are one of the following: B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B8, B9, B10, B11, B12, B13, B14, B15, I16, I17, I18, I19, I20, I21, I22, I23, I24, I25, I26, I27, I28, I29, I30, N31, N32, N33, N34, N35, N36, N37, N38, N39, N40, N41, N42, N43, N44, N45, G46, G47, G48, G49, G50, G51, G52, G53, G54, G55, G56, G57, G58, G59, G60, O61, O62, O63, O64, O65, O66, O67, O68, O69, O70, O71, O72, O73, O74, and O75. C. A packticket number beginning with 500001 is located on the lowerleft area on the back of the ticket. D. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of a $2, $3, $5, $10, $25, $30, $40, $50, $150, $200, or $250 ticket. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: $2 = TWO $40 = FRY $3 = THR $50 = FTY $5 = FIV $150 = ONF $10 = TEN $200 = THN $25 = TWF $250 = THY $30 = TRY E. A prize winner in the “BINGO” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the “CALLER’S CARD” play area on the front of the ticket to determine the play symbols. The player matches the play symbols on the “CALLER'S CARD” to the play symbols on the four “PLAYER'S CARDS”. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player matches five consecutive play symbols on one of the four “PLAYER'S CARDS” in any horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line as shown in illustration number one on the back of each “BINGO” instant game and Illustration A, matches play symbols in all four corners in one of the four “PLAYER'S CARDS” as shown in illustration number two on the back of each “BINGO” card and Illustration B, or matches five consecutive play symbols in both diagonals forming an “X” in any one of the four cards as shown in illustration number three on the back of each “BINGO” instant game and Illustration C, the player wins the prize amount indicated on the appropriate winning “PLAYER'S CARD”. Players can win up to four times on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 1 = $2 (two dollars) or Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 2 = $3 (three dollars) or Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 1 plus Card 2 = $5 (five dollars) or Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 3 = $10 (ten dollars) or Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 4 = $25 (twentyfive dollars) or Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, on Card 1, plus Card 2, plus Card 4 = $30 (thirty dollars) or Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on Card 1, plus Card 2, plus Card 3, plus Card 4 = $40 (forty dollars) or Four corners, Card 2 = $50 (fifty dollars) or Both diagonal lines (“X”), Card 1 = $150 (one hundred fifty dollars) or Four corners on Card 1, plus four corners on Card 3, plus a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on Card 4 = $200 (two hundred dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 13 Volume 11, Issue 1 Four corners on Card 2, plus both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 1 = $200 (two hundred dollars) or Four corners on Card 4 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or Four corners on Card 1, plus Card 2, plus Card 3, plus a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on Card 4 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or Both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 2 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or Both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 3 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) or Both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 4 = $10,000 (ten thousand dollars) Illustration A. Line Repealed 1  Match all bingo numbers in a complete horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line to win $2 to $25. Illustration B. Four Corners Repealed 2  Match all bingo numbers in all 4 corners to win $25 to $250. Illustration C. “X” Repealed 3  Match all bingo numbers to make a complete “X” (8 numbers + “Free Space”) to win $15 to $10,000. Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 14 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking R193306. “Joker's Wild” Repealed A. Four play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the center right portion of the ticket with “YOUR CARD” printed below each play symbol and are one of the following play spots and captions: : B. One winning number symbol appears on the upperright portion of the play area with “DEALER'S CARD” printed above and is one of the following play spots and captions: C. A packticket number beginning with 200001 is located in lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $25 TWFDOL $50 FTYDOL $500 FIVHUND Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 15 Volume 11, Issue 1 $1,000 ONETHOU E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $25, $50, or $500. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWF = $25 FIV = $5 FFY = $50 FHN = 500 F. A prize winner in the “JOKER'S WILD” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 4 play symbols and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR CARD” symbol matches the “DEALER'S CARD” symbol, the player wins the prize amount directly under the play symbol. If a “ ” appears in the winning symbol play spot, the player automatically wins the prize indicated. There may be 4 ways to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 (w/“ ”) = $1 (one dollar) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + ($1 w/“ ”) = $2 (two dollars) or $2 (w/“ ”) = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 +$2 = $5 (five dollars) or $2 + $2 +$1 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 (w/“ ”) = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $2 + $2 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 (w/“ ”) = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 +$5 + $10 = $25 (twentyfive dollars) or $25 + (w/“ ”) = $25 (twentyfive dollars) or $25 + $10 + $10 + $5 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $50 (w/“ ”) = $50 (fifty dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) R193307. "Double 21" Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, 3 play symbols appear in a vertical row with “YOUR HAND” printed above and will be one of the following play symbols: “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, “20”, or “21” with confirming captions. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with “HOUSE HAND” printed above and will be one of the following play symbols “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, or “20” with confirming captions. The captions are as follows: Play Symbol Caption 12 TLV 13 THN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXT 17 SVT 18 EGN 19 NIT 20 TWY 21 DBL B. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with “PRIZE” printed above and are one of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5” “$10”, “$20”, “$40”, “$250”, and “$2,000” with confirming captions. The prize symbols and confirming captions are as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $40 FRYDOL $250 2HUND50 Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 16 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $2,000 TWOTHOU C. A packticket number is located on the lowerleft side of the back of the ticket and begins with 300001. D. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $3, $5, $10, $15, $40, and $250. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 FTN = $15 THR = $3 FTY = $40 FIV = $5 THF = $250 E. A prize winner in the “DOUBLE 21” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as “Game 1”, the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as “Game 2”, and the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as “Game 3”. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket holder's “YOUR HAND” beats “HOUSE HAND” in either “Game 1”, “Game 2”, or “Game 3”, the player wins the prize shown for that game. There may be 3 winning games on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (one dollars) or $1 (w/ “21”) = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 = $3 (three dollars) or $1 + ($1 w/“21”) = $3 (three dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + ($2 w/”21”) = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 + $5 = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $5 + ($5 w/“21”) = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $40 = $40 (forty dollars) $20 + ($10 w/”21”) = $40 (forty dollars) $250 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or $2,000 = $2,000 (two thousand dollars) R193308. “Match the House” Repealed A. Four play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the center portion of the ticket with “YOUR CARD” printed above each play symbol and are one of the following play spots and captions: B. One winning number symbol appears on the uppercenter portion of the play area with “HOUSE CARD” printed above and is one of the play spots: Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 17 Volume 11, Issue 1 C. A packticket number beginning with 400001 is located in lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $2,000 TWOTHOU E. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FIV = $5 FFY = $50 ONH = $100 F. A prize winner in the “MATCH THE HOUSE” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 4 play symbols and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR CARD” symbol matches the “HOUSE CARD” symbol, the player wins the prize amount directly under the play symbol. There may be 4 ways to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2+ $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $2 + $3 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $2 + $2 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 + $10 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10 + $5 + $3 + $2 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $2,000 = $2,000 (two thousand dollars) R193309. “Diamond Bucks” Repealed Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 18 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, 3 play symbols appear in a vertical row with YOUR SCORE printed above and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, and “10” with confirming captions. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with THEIR SCORE printed above and are 1 of the following: “0”, “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, and “9” with confirming captions. B. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 0 ZRO 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN C. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with PRIZE printed above and are 1 of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$3”, “$9”, “$18”, “$27”, “$300”, “$600”, or “$900” with confirming captions. D. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $9 NINEDOL $18 EGNDOL $27 TYSDOL $300 THRHUND $600 SIXHUND $900 NINHUND E. One prize symbol appears directly under the play area with BONUS BOX printed above and is 1 of the following: “JERSEY”, “BAT”, “BASEBALL”, or “TRY AGAIN”. F. A packticket number beginning with 600001 is located in the lower left portion on the back of the ticket. G. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of “$1”, “$2”, “$3”, “$9”, “$18”, “$27”, or “$300”: $1 = ONE $2 = TWO $3 = THR $9 = NIN $18 = EGN $27 = TYS $300 = TRN H. A prize winner in the “DIAMOND BUCKS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as Game One, the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as Game Two, the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as Game Three, and 1 play symbol identified as BONUS BOX. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket holder's YOUR SCORE beats THEIR SCORE in either Game One, Game Two, or Game Three, he or she wins the prize shown for that game. There may be 3 winning games on a ticket. If the ticket reveals “JERSEY”, “BAT”, or “BASEBALL” as a play symbol in the BONUS BOX, he or she wins that prize. If the player wins $600 or more on any 1 ticket, the player shall redeem the winning ticket at any Lottery office. Each “DIAMOND BUCKS” winning lottery ticket of $600 or more automatically enters the winner into a drawing to attend a Fantasy Baseball Camp. There will be a maximum of 20 Fantasy Baseball Camp winners. The drawing date or dates will be held during midAugust 1996 or later and the Fantasy Camp will take place sometime between September 1, 1996, and December 31, 1996. Players may contact the Lottery offices or participating retailers after July 1, 1996, for specific information regarding the drawing date or dates and Fantasy Baseball Camp date or dates. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $3 = $3 (three dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 19 Volume 11, Issue 1 $1 + $2 = $3 (three dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 = $3 (three dollars) or $9 = $9 (nine dollars) or $3 + $3 +$3 = $9 (nine dollars) or $18 = $18 (eighteen dollars) or $9 + $9 = $18 (eighteen dollars) or $27 = $27 (twentyseven dollars) or $9 + $9 + $9 = $27 (twentyseven dollars) or $300 = $300 (three hundred dollars) or $600 = $600 (six hundred dollars) or $300 +$300 = $600 (six hundred dollars) or $900 = $900 (nine hundred dollars) or $300 + $300 + $300 = $900 (nine hundred dollars) or JERSEY = baseball jersey or BAT = baseball bat BASEBALL = baseball or TRY AGAIN = no prize R193310. “Fat Cat” Repealed A. Six play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in 2 rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are 1 of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$20”, “$50”, “$100”, or “$1,000” with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbols Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU B. The packticket number begins with 800001. The packticket number is located in the lowerleft side on the back of the ticket. C. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 tickets. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWY = $20 TWO = $2 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 TEN = $10 D. A prize winner in the “FAT CAT” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 6 play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches 3 like play symbols, he or she wins that prize. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) R193311. “Winning Pairs” Repealed A. Four pairs of 2 play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the lower portion of the ticket. The 1st pair has “HAND 1” printed above, the 2nd pair has “HAND 2” printed above, the 3rd pair has “HAND 3” printed above, and the 4th pair has “HAND 4” printed above. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 20 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking : B. A packticket number beginning with 900001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU D. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $4, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FOR = $4 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 E. A prize winner in the “WINNING PAIRS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 4 pairs of 2 play symbols. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's cards match each other in either “HAND 1”, “HAND 2”, “HAND 3”, or “HAND 4”, the player wins the amount printed below. There may be 4 ways to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 = $4 (four dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $2 + $3 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $2 + $2 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 21 Volume 11, Issue 1 $5 + $5 + $10 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10 + $5 + $3 + $2 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) R193312. “Five Card Stud” Repealed A. Five play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in 3 rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket with the words, “YOUR HANDS” printed above. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: B. To the right of the play symbols, 3 prize symbols appear in a vertical row with “PRIZE” printed above. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: $1 = ONEDOL $25 = TWFDOL $2 = TWODOL $50 = FTYDOL $5 = FIVEDOL $100 = ONEHUND $10 = TENDOL $1,000 = ONETHOU C. The packticket number begins with 000001. The packticket number is located in the lowerleft side on the back of the ticket. D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $25, $50, $100, and $300 tickets. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWY = $20 TWO = $2 TWF = $25 FIV = $5 FFY = $50 TEN = $10 ONH = $100 TRN = $300 E. A prize winner is the “FIVE CARD STUD” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 5 play symbols in “HAND 1”, “HAND 2”, and “HAND 3.” Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. 1. If the ticket owner matches 2 like play symbols in either “HAND 1”, “HAND 2”, or “HAND 3”, the player will receive 1 of the following prizes in the columns labeled “PRIZE” (a player may win up to 3 times per ticket): $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 + $10 + $5 = $25 (twentyfive dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $100 + $100 + $100 = $300 (three hundred dollars) or 2. If a player receives 3 like play symbols in either “HAND 1”, “HAND 2”, or “HAND 3”, the amount in the “PRIZE” column will be doubled. The following prizes may be won (a player may win up to 3 times per ticket): $1 (double) = $2 (two dollars) or $5 (double) = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 (double) = $20 (twenty dollars) or $25 (double) = $50 (fifty dollars) or $50 (double) = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $1,000 (double) = $2,000 (two thousand dollars) R193313. “Bowling For Bucks” Repealed A. Three play symbols appear in a column under the latex in the play area located on the right portion of the ticket with the words “YOUR SCORE” printed above. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: 140 = HNFRTY 200 = TWOHUN 142 = HNFRTW 210 = TWOTEN Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 22 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking 145 = HNFRTV 215 = TWOFTN 146 = HNFRSX 220 = TWOTWY 149 = HNFRTN 223 = TWOTTR 150 = HNFFTY 225 = TWOTFV 154 = HNFTFR 227 = TWOTSV 156 = HNFTSX 230 = TWOTRY 160 = HNSXTY 235 = TWOTRV 180 = HNEGTY 245 = TWFRFV 185 = HNETFV 250 = TWOFTY 187 = HNETSV 256 = TWFVSX B. Three play symbols appear in a column under the latex area located on the right portion of the ticket with the words “THEIR SCORE” printed above. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: 140 = HNFRTY 200 = TWOHUN 142 = HNFRTW 210 = TWOTEN 145 = HNFRTV 215 = TWOFTN 146 = HNFRSX 220 = TWOTWY 149 = HNFRTN 223 = TWOTTR 150 = HNFFTY 225 = TWOTFV 154 = HNFTFR 227 = TWOTSV 156 = HNFTSX 230 = TWOTRY 160 = HNSXTY 235 = TWOTRV 180 = HNEGTY 245 = TWFRFV 185 = HNETFV 250 = TWOFTY 187 = HNETSV 256 = TWFVSX C. A packticket number beginning with 100001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOUD E. Beneath the 3 rows will be a “BONUS BOX” with 1 of the following symbols and captions: BOWL FREE = ONE FREE GAME TRY AGAIN = TRY AGAIN F. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $100, $200, $300, or Bowl Free. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWY = $20 TWO = $2 ONH = $100 FIV = $5 TWH = $200 TEN = $10 TRN = $300 BOL = BOWL FREE G. A prize winner in the “BOWLING FOR BUCKS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 3 pairs of 2 play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket holder's “YOUR SCORE” beats “THEIR SCORE” in either “GAME 1”, “GAME 2”, or “GAME 3”, the player wins the amount indicated in the “PRIZE” box. There may be 3 changes to win cash prizes on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 + $10 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 23 Volume 11, Issue 1 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $100 + $100 = $200 (two hundred dollars) or $100 + $100 + $100 = $300 (three hundred dollars) or $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) BONUS BOX PRIZES BOWL FREE = one free game of bowling at participating bowling lanes; or TRY AGAIN = Nonwinning ticket. R193314. “Bonus 7 Come 11” Repealed A. In the latex play area located in the middle of the ticket, 1 horizontal row of 4 play symbol areas appear. The 1st play symbol area has “ROLL 1” printed above, the 2nd play symbol area has “ROLL 2” printed above, the 3rd play symbol has “ROLL 3" printed above, and the 4th play symbol area has “BONUS ROLL” printed above. The 4 play symbol areas contain 2 of the following play symbols: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, or “6”. B. The play symbols captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THREE 4 FOUR 5 FIVE 6 SIX C. Prize symbols captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols and are 1 of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$3”, “$5”, “$10”, “$50”, “$100”, or “$1,000” with confirming captions. The confirming captions are as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU D. A packticket number beginning with “200001” is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100 ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWY = $20 TWO = $2 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 TEN = $10 F. A prize winner in the “Bonus 7 Come 11” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to reveal the 8 play symbols and 3 prize symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the sum of any roll in “ROLL 1”, “ROLL 2”, and “ROLL 3” is 7 or 11, the player wins the prize indicated in the “PRIZE” box below the corresponding roll. If the sum in “BONUS ROLL” is 7 or 11, the player wins the prizes indicated in all 3 “PRIZE” boxes. A player may win up to 3 times per ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 (w/ bonus) = $5 (five dollars) or $3 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $3+ $2 (w/ bonus) = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 + $5 + $5 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10 + $5 + $5 (w/ bonus) = $20 (twenty dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $50+ $50 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 24 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $1,000 + $1,000 + $1,000 = $3,000 (three thousand dollars) R193315. “3 of a Kind” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, 3 play symbols appear in 3 rows and will be 1 of the following play symbols and confirming captions: B. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $3, $4, $5, $8, $20, $50, $100, and $500. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 EGT = $8 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 THR = $3 FFY = $50 FOR = $4 ONH = $100 FIV = $5 FHN = $500 C. A pack ticket number beginning with “300001” is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. A prize winner in the “3 of a Kind” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket holder has 3 identical play symbols in any row, column, or diagonal, the player wins the prize shown on the prize table. There may be 3 winning games on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 “7’s” in any row, column, or diagonal = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 “7’s” in any row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “7’s” in any other row, column, or diagonal = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 “8's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 “7's” in any row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “8's” in any other row, column, or diagonal = $3 (three dollars) or Match 3 “7's” in any row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “7's” in any other row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “8's” in any other row, column, or diagonal = $4 (four dollars) or Match 3 “9's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 “7's” in any row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “8's” in any other row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “9's” in any other row, column, or diagonal = $8 (eight dollars) or Match 3 “10's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 “J's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $50 (fifty dollars) or Match 3 “J's” in any row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “J's” in any other row, column, or diagonal = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 “Q's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $100 (one hundred dollars) Match 3 “K's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $500 (five hundred dollars) Match 3 “A's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $5,000 (five thousand dollars). R193316. “Heat Wave” Repealed A. 4 play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right portion of the ticket with “TODAY'S HIGH” printed above each play symbol, and are 1 of the following play symbols and captions: Play Symbol Caption 90 NINETY 92 NTYTWO 94 NTYFOR 96 NTYSIX 98 NTYEGT 100 ONEHUN 102 HUNTWO 104 HUNFOR 106 HUNSIX 108 HUNEGT 110 HUNTEN 112 HUNTLV 114 HUNFRN Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 25 Volume 11, Issue 1 116 HUNSXN 118 HUNEGN 120 HUNTWY B. 1 winning number symbol appears on the upperright portion of the play area with “RECORD HIGH” printed above and is 1 of the following play symbols: Play Symbol Caption 90 NINETY 92 NTYTWO 94 NTYFOR 96 NTYSIX 98 NTYEGT 100 ONEHUN 102 HUNTWO 104 HUNFOR 106 HUNSIX 108 HUNEGT 110 HUNTEN 112 HUNTLV 114 HUNFRN 116 HUNSXN 118 HUNEGN 120 HUNTWY C. A packticket number beginning with 400001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $5,000 FIVTHOU E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of “$1”, “2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$15”, “$50”, “$100”, or “$150”. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 FTN = $15 TWO = $2 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 TEN = $10 OFY = $150 F. A prize winner in the “HEAT WAVE” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 4 play symbols and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the pack ticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “TODAY'S HIGH” symbol beats the “RECORD HIGH” symbol, the player wins the prize amount directly under the winning play symbol. There may be 4 ways to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 + $5 = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $50 + $50 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $50 + $50 + $50 = $150 (one hundred fifty dollars) or $5,000 = $5,000 (five thousand dollars). R193317. “In The Chips” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the lower half of the ticket, 2 horizontal rows of 5 play symbols appear with “YOUR CHIPS” printed between the 2 rows, and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 26 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking “12”, “13”, “14”, or “15” with confirming captions. 2 play symbols appear on the upperright front of the latex area with “HOUSE CHIPS” printed above, and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, or “15” with confirming captions. B. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THREE 4 FOUR 5 FIVE 6 SIX 7 SEVEN 8 EIGHT 9 NINE 10 TEN 11 ELVEN 12 TWLVE 13 THRTN 14 FORTN 15 FIFTN C. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols and are 1 of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$4”, “$5”, “$10,” “$20”, “$40”, “$50”, “$200”, “$400”, or “$25,000” with confirming captions. Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $4 FORDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $40 FRYDOL $50 FTYDOL $200 TWOHUND $400 FORHUND $25,000 TWFTHOU D. A packticket number beginning with 500001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a “$2”, “$4”, “$5”, “$10”, “$20”, “$40”, or “$400” ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FOR = $4 FTY = $40 FIV = $5 FRH = $400 TEN = $10 F. A prize winner in the “IN THE CHIPS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to reveal the play symbols and prize symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If any play symbol under “YOUR CHIPS” matches either play symbol under “HOUSE CHIPS”, the player wins the prize shown for that game. There are 20 chances to win 10 times on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 = $4 (four dollars) or $2 + $2 = $4 (four dollars) or $4 = $4 (four dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $4 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $2 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5+ $1 + $1 +$1 +$1+ $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 27 Volume 11, Issue 1 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10 + $10 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 = $40 (forty dollars) or $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 = $40 (forty dollars) or $10 + $10 + $10 + $10 = $40 (forty dollars) or $20 + $20 = $40 (forty dollars) or $40 = $40 (forty dollars) or $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or $200 + $40 + $40 + $40 + $40 + $40 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or $200 + $200 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or $400=$400 (four hundred dollars) or $25,000 = $25,000 (twentyfive thousand dollars) R193318. “Instant Jackpot” Repealed A. Three play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in 4 rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are 1 of the following: B. The word “PRIZE” appears to the right of each row of play symbols and is 1 of the following: Play Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $500 FIVHUND $5,000 FIVTHOU C. The packticket number begins with 600001. The packticket number is located in the lowerleft side on the back of the ticket. D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $50, $100, $200, or $500 tickets. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 FFY = $50 TWO = $2 ONH = $100 FIV = $5 TWH = $200 TEN = $10 FHN = $500 E. A prize winner in the “INSTANT JACKPOT” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 12 play symbols in “PLAY 1”, “PLAY 2”, “PLAY 3”, and “PLAY 4” and the 4 prize symbols in the “PRIZE” box in “PLAY 1”, “PLAY 2”, “PLAY 3”, and “PLAY 4”. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches any 3 like play symbols in Illustration “A” in either “PLAY 1”, “PLAY 2”, “PLAY 3”, or “PLAY 4”, the ticket owner wins the prize in the corresponding “PRIZE” box. If “WIN” appears in any of the 1st 3 play spots in either “PLAY 1”, “PLAY 2”, “PLAY 3”, or “PLAY 4”, the ticket holder automatically wins the prize in the “PRIZE” box for that corresponding row. There are 4 chances to win on a ticket. The prizes in the “PRIZE” play area are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $2 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $2 + $2 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 28 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $50 + $50 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 = $200 (two hundred dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $5,000 = $5,000 (five thousand dollars) or $5,000 +$5,000+$5,000 = $15,000 (fifteen thousand dollars) “WIN” symbol will equal the amount indicated in the corresponding prize box and will be 1 of the following: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) Illustration “A” R193319. “Cactus Cash” Repealed A. Nine play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in 3 rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side of the front of the ticket and are 1 of the following: " ”, “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$20”, “$100”, or “$1,000” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 700001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption DOUBLE $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWENTY $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $4, $5, $10, $20, or $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FOR = $4 ONH = $100 FIV = $5 E. A prize winner in the “CACTUS CASH” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 9 play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches 3 like play symbols, the ticket owner wins that prize. If the player matches 3 like play symbols plus a " ”, the prize amount is doubled. There may be only 1 prize per ticket. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $1 + = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $2 + = $4 (four dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $5 + = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $10 + = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 29 Volume 11, Issue 1 R193320. “Money Bags” Repealed A. Four play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the centerright portion of the ticket with “YOUR NUMBER”, printed above each play symbol, and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” with confirming captions. One winning number symbol appears on the upperright portion of the play area with “WINNING NUMBER” printed above and is 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 800001 is located in lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. “YOUR NUMBER” play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THREE 4 FOUR 5 FIVE 6 SIX 7 SEVEN 8 EIGHT 9 NINE D. “WINNING NUMBER” play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the winning number symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THREE 4 FOUR 5 FIVE 6 SIX 7 SEVEN 8 EIGHT 9 NINE E. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $2,500 TWFHUND F. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FIV = $5 FFY = $50 ONH = $100 G. A prize winner in the “MONEY BAGS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 4 play symbols and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR NUMBER” symbol matches the “WINNING NUMBER” symbol, the player wins the prize amount directly under the play symbol. There may be 4 ways to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $3 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $2 + $3 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 + $10 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 30 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $10 +$5 + $3 + $2 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $2,500 = $2,500 (twothousand five hundred dollars) R193321. “Ace in the Hole” Repealed A. Three play symbols appear in a column in the left side of the latex area with “YOUR CARD” printed above. Three play symbols appear in the center column of the latex area with “THEIR CARD” printed above. Three prize symbols appear in the right column in the latex area with “PRIZE” printed above. A prize symbol in the lowerright portion of the latex area appears with “HOLE CARD” printed above. B. The play symbols and captions for “YOUR CARD” are as follows: C. The play symbols and captions for “THEIR CARD” are as follows: D. The play symbols and captions for “HOLE CARD” are as follows: E. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $20 TWYDOL $40 FRYDOL $250 2HUND50 $10,000 TENTHOU F. A packticket number beginning with 900001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. G. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $3, $5, $10, $15, $40, and $250. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 FTN = $15 THR = $3 FTY = $40 FIV = $5 THF = $250 H. A prize winner in the “ACE IN THE HOLE” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 3 play symbols in the column labeled “YOUR CARD”, the 3 play symbols in the column marked “THEIR CARD” and the 3 prize symbols in the column marked “PRIZE”. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR CARD” beats “THEIR CARD” in either “HAND 1”, “HAND 2”, or “HAND 3”, the player wins the prize shown in the corresponding “PRIZE” box. If an “Ace” appears in the “HOLE CARD”, the player wins the amounts of all 3 “PRIZE” boxes. There may be 3 winning games on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 = $3 (three dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $2 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 31 Volume 11, Issue 1 $5 + $5 + $5 = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $20 + $20 = $40 (forty dollars) or $40 = $40 (forty dollars) or $250 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or $10,000 = $10,000 (ten thousand dollars) R193322. “Power Play” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, 3 play symbols appear in a vertical row with “YOUR SCORE” printed above, and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, or “10” with confirming captions. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with “THEIR SCORE” printed above, and are 1 of the following: “0”, “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” with confirming captions. B. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 0 ZRO 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN C. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with “PRIZE” above and are 1 of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, or “$500” with confirming captions. D. Prize symbols and captions for “PRIZE” correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $500 FIVHUND E. One prize symbol appears directly under the play area with “BONUS BOX” printed above and are 1 of the following: “TSHIRT” or “TRY AGAIN”. The prize symbols and captions for “BONUS BOX” correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption TSHIRT TSHIRT TRY AGAIN TRY AGAIN F. A packticket number beginning with 000001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. G. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of “$1”, “$2”, “$3”, “$5”, “$8”, “$9”, “$10”, “$15”, and “$500”. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 EGT = $8 TWO = $2 NIN = $9 THR = $3 TEN = $10 FIV = $5 FTN = $15 FHN = $500 H. A prize winner in the “POWER PLAY” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as “GAME 1”, the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as “GAME 2”, and the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as “GAME 3”. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR SCORE” beats “THEIR SCORE” in either “GAME 1”, “GAME 2”, or “GAME 3”, the player wins the prize shown in the corresponding “PRIZE” box. There may be 3 winning games on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 = $3 (three dollars) or $1 + $2 = $3 (three dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 32 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $1 + $2 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $2 + $5 = $8 (eight dollars) or $2 + $2 + $5 = $9 (nine dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 + $5 = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $500 + $500 = $1,000 (onethousand dollars) or $500 + $500 + $500 = $1,500 (onethousand five hundred dollars) BONUS BOX PRIZES: TSHIRT = NHL tshirt TRY AGAIN = nonwinning ticket R193323. “Break the Bank” Repealed A. Six play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in 2 rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are 1 of the following: $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, or $1,000 with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbols Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU B. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWY = $20 TWO = $2 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 TEN = $10 C. A pack ticket number beginning with “100001” is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. A prize winner in the “Break the Bank” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches 3 identical play symbols, the player wins that amount. The prizes are as follows: Match three: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match three: $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match three: $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match three: $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match three: $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match three: $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or Match three: $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match three: $1,000 = $1,000 (onethousand dollars) R193324. “Beat the Dealer” Repealed A. Five play symbols in 2 horizontal rows appear under the latex in the play area located on the lower center portion of the ticket with “YOUR CARDS” printed above, and are 1 of the following play symbols and corresponding captions: B. One winning number symbol appears on the upperright portion of the play area with “DEALER'S CARD” printed above and is 1 of the following play symbols and corresponding captions: Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 33 Volume 11, Issue 1 C. A packticket number beginning with “200001” is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. The word “PRIZE” appears under each play symbol labeled “YOUR CARDS”. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $4 FORDOL $5 FIVEDOL $20 TWYDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $500 FIVHUND $1,000 ONETHOU $21,000 TWNTHOU E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $2, $4, $10, $20, $50, $100, $250, or $500. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: $2 = TWO $50 = FFY $4 = FOR $100 = ONH $10 = TEN $250 = THF $20 = TWY $500 = FHN F. A prize winner in the “Beat the Dealer” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 10 play symbols under the latex labeled “YOUR CARDS”, and the play symbol under the latex labeled “DEALER's CARD”. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR CARDS” play symbol beats the “DEALER'S CARD” play symbol, the player wins the prize amount directly under the winning play symbol. If a " " appears in 1 of the “YOUR CARDS” play symbols, the player automatically wins double the amount indicated in the corresponding “PRIZE” box. There may be 10 chances to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 +$1 +$1 = $4 (four dollars) or $2 + = $4 (four dollars) or $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 = $10 (ten dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $2 + + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + = $10 (ten dollars) or $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $5 + + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 + $5+ $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $20 + $20 + $20 + $20 + $20 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $50 + $50 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $50 + = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 34 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 =$250 (twohundred fifty dollars) or $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $100 + $100 + $100 + $100 + $100 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $500 + $500 = $1,000 (onethousand dollars) or $500 + = $1,000 (onethousand dollars) or $1,000 = $1,000 (onethousand dollars) or $21,000 = $21,000 (twentyone thousand dollars) R193325. “Lucky Pair” Repealed A. Four pairs of 2 play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the lower portion of the ticket. The 1st pair has “HAND 1” printed above, the 2nd pair has “HAND 2” printed above, the 3rd pair has “HAND 3” printed above, and the 4th pair has “HAND 4” printed above. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: B. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $5,000 FIVTHOU C. A packticket number beginning with 300001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $4, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FOR = $4 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 E. A prize winner in the “LUCKY PAIRS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 2 play symbols in “HAND 1”, the 2 play symbols in “HAND 2”, the 2 play symbols in “HAND 3”, and the 2 play symbols in “HAND 4”. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket holder uncovers 2 matching play symbols in either “HAND 1”, “HAND 2”, “HAND 3”, or “HAND 4”, the player wins the corresponding prize shown. There may be 4 winning hands on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $1= $4 (four dollars) or $1 + $2 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 35 Volume 11, Issue 1 $3 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $2 + $2 + $1= $10 (ten dollars) or $10 + $5 + $5 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10 + $5 + $3 + $2= $20 (twenty dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $5,000 = $5,000 (five thousand dollars) R193326. “Win for Life” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the lower half of the ticket, 2 horizontal rows of 5 play symbols appear with “YOUR NUMBERS” printed above, and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, or “20” with confirming captions. Two play symbols appear on the upperright front of the latex area with “WINNING NUMBERS” printed above, and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, or “20” with confirming captions. B. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN 11 ELV 12 TLV 13 THN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXT 17 SVT 18 EGN 19 NIT 20 TWY C. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols and are 1 of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$3”,“$4”, “$5”, “$10”, “$20”, “$50”, “$1,000”, or “LIFE” with confirming captions. The confirming captions are as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $4 FORDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $50 FTYDOL $1,000 ONETHOU LIFE $1,000/MNTH D. A packticket number beginning with 400001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a “$2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$50”, or “$100” ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: TWO = $2 FFY= $50 FIV = $5 ONH= $100 TEN = $10 F. A prize winner in the “WIN FOR LIFE” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to reveal the play symbols and prize symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any potion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 36 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If any play symbol under “YOUR NUMBERS” matches either play symbol under “WINNING NUMBERS”, the player wins the prize shown directly under the play symbol. There are 20 chances to win 10 times on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 + $1=$2 (two dollars) or $2= $2 (two dollars) or $5= $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $2=$5 (five dollars) or $1 + $2 + $2=$5 (five dollars) or $1 + $4=$5 (five dollars) or $10= $10 (ten dollars) or $1 + $2 + $2 + $5=$10 (ten dollars) or $2 +$3 + $5=$10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5=$10 (ten dollars) or $50= $50 (fifty dollars) or $10 + $10 +$10 + $20=$50 (fifty dollars) or $10 + $20 + $20=$50 (fifty dollars) or $50 + $50=$100 (one hundred dollars) or $1,000=$1,000 (one thousand dollars) or LIFE=$1,000 (one thousand dollars/month/life (paid annually) minimum of 20 years, maximum of 60 years) G. If the winning ticket was purchased by a group of players, the group shall designate 1 of the players to sign the ticket. The “LIFE” prize will be funded by a single annuity policy. The number of payments shall be determined by the life of the person whose signature appears on the winning ticket. The Arizona State Lottery Commission shall make payment only to the person whose signature appears on the winning ticket, except as provided in A.R.S. § 5513. R193327. Frosty the Doughman Repealed A. Six play symbols appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are 1 of the following: $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100 with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbols Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND B. A packticket number beginning with 500001 is located in the lowerleft side on the back of the ticket. C. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100 winning ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWY = $20 TWO = $2 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 TEN = $10 D. A prize winner in the “FROSTY THE DOUGHMAN” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 6 play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof) or the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player matches 3 like play symbols, the player wins that prize. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) R193328. “Lucky Duck” Repealed A. Nine play symbols which are contiguous to each other in 3 rows appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are 1 of the following: $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $100, $1,000, or with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbols Caption Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 37 Volume 11, Issue 1 $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU DOUBLE B. A packticket number beginning with 600001 is located in the lowerleft side on the back of the ticket. C. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a $1, $2, $4, $5, $10, $20, or $100 winning ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FOR = $4 ONH = $100 FIV = $5 D. A prize winner in the “LUCKY DUCK” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 9 play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), or the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches 3 like play symbols, he or she wins that prize. If a player uncovers a , the prize is automatically doubled. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $1 + = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $2 + = $4 (four dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $5 + = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $10 + = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) R193329. “Bonus Bingo” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, 4 play areas called “PLAYER’S CARDS” appear and are identified as “CARD 1”, “CARD 2”, “CARD 3”, and “CARD 4”. Within each “CARD”, 5 play symbols appear in a vertical row with “B” above and are 1 of the following, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, or 15. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “I” printed above, and are 1 of the following: 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, or 30. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “N” printed above, and are 1 of the following: 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, or 45. The 3rd play spot in column “N” will always be the word “FREE”. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “G” printed above, are 1 of the following: 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, or 60. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “O” printed above, and are 1 of the following: 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, or 75. B. In the latex area located on the left side of the ticket is a play area identified as “CALLER’S CARD”. Twentyfour play spots appear in 3 columns of 8 and are 1 of the following: B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B8, B9, B10, B11, B12, B13, B14, B15, I16, I17, I18, I19, I20, I21, I22, I23, I24, I25, I26, I27, I28, I29, I30, N31, N32, N33, N34, N35, N36, N37, N38, N39, N40, N41, N42, N43, N44, N45, G46, G47, G48, G49, G50, G51, G52, G53, G54, G55, G56, G57, G58, G59, G60, O61, O62, O63, O64, O65, O66, O67, O68, O69, O70, O71, O72, O73, O74, and O75. C. Two rows of 3 numbers appear below the “CALLER’s CARD” play spots with the words “BONUS NUMBERS” printed on the latex covering and are 1 of the following: B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B8, B9, B10, B11, B12, B13, B14, B15, I16, I17, I18, I19, I20, I21, I22, I23, I24, I25, I26, I27, I28, I29, I30, N31, N32, N33, N34, N35, N36, N37, N38, N39, N40, N41, N42, N43, N44, N45, G46, G47, G48, G49, G50, G51, G52, G53, G54, G55, G56, G57, G58, G59, G60, O61, O62, O63, O64, O65, O66, O67, O68, O69, O70, O71, O72, O73, O74, and O75. D. A packticket number beginning with 700001 is located on the lowerleft area on the back of the ticket. E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a $2, $3, $5, $10, $25, $30, $40, $50, $150, $200, or $250 ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: $2 = TWO $40 = FTY $3 = THR $50 = FFY $5 = FIV $150 = OFY $10 = TEN $200 = TWH $25 = TWF $250 = THF Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 38 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $30 = TRY F. A prize winner in the “BONUS BINGO” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the “CALLER’S CARD” play area plus the 6 “BONUS NUMBERS” on the front of the ticket to determine the play symbols. The player matches the play symbols on the “CALLER’S CARD” and “BONUS NUMBERS” area to the play symbols on the 4 “PLAYER’S CARDS”. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), nor the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player matches 5 consecutive play symbols on 1 of the 4 “PLAYER’S CARDS” in any horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line as shown in illustration number 1 on the back of each “BONUS BINGO” instant game and Exhibit A, matches play symbols in all 4 corners in 1 of the 4 “PLAYER’S CARDS” as shown in illustration number 2 on the back of each “BONUS BINGO” card and Exhibit B, or matches 5 consecutive play symbols in both diagonals forming an “X” in any 1 of the 4 cards as shown in illustration number 3 on the back of each “BONUS BINGO” instant game and Exhibit C, the player wins the prize amount indicated on the appropriate winning “PLAYER’S CARD.” Players can win up to 4 times on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 1 = $2 (two dollars) or horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 2 = $3 (three dollars) or horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 1 plus Card 2 = $5 (five dollars) or horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 3 = $10 (ten dollars) or horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 4= $25 (twentyfive dollars) or horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, on Card 1, plus Card 2, plus Card 4 = $30 (thirty dollars) or horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on Card 1, plus Card 2, plus Card 3, plus Card 4 = $40 (forty dollars) or 4 corners, Card 2 = $50 (fifty dollars) or both diagonal lines (“X”), Card 1 = $150 (one hundred fifty dollars) or 4 corners on Card 1, plus 4 corners on Card 3, plus a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on Card 4 = $200 (two hundred dollars) or 4 corners on Card 2, plus both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 1 = $200 (two hundred dollars) or 4 corners on Card 4 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or 4 corners on Card 1, plus Card 2, plus Card 3, plus a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on Card 4 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 2 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 3 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars or) both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 4 = $10,000 (ten thousand) dollars Exhibit A. Line LINE 1  Match all Bingo numbers in a complete horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line to win $2 to $25. B I N G O O O O FREE O O O O O O O O Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 39 Volume 11, Issue 1 R193350. Reserved Repealed R193361. “Top 10” Repealed A. Under the latex in the play area located on the right side of the ticket, ten play symbols appear in two vertical rows of five with “YOUR NUMBER” printed above and are one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10” “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, or “19” with confirming captions. Ten prize symbols appear in two vertical rows of five each with “PRIZE $” printed above and are one of the following: “FREE”, “$1.00”, “$2.00”, “$4.00”, “$5.00”, “$20.00”, “$50.00”, “$100”, “$500” or “$1,000” with confirming captions. One winning number symbol appears on the upper right front of the ticket with “WINNING NUMBER” printed above and is one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10” “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, or “19” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 500001 is located in the lower left side on the back of the ticket. C. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN Exhibit B. 4 Corners 4 CORNERS 2  Match all Bingo numbers in all 4 corners to win $25 to $250. B I N G O O O FREE O O Exhibit C. “X” “X” 3  Match all Bingo numbers that make a complete “X” (8 numbers and “FREE” space) to win $150 to $10,000. B I N G O O O O O FREE O O O O Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 40 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking 11 ELV 12 TWL 13 TRN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXN 17 STN 18 ETN 19 NTN D. Winning number symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the winning number symbols as follows: Winning # Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN 11 ELV 12 TWL 13 TRN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXN 17 STN 18 ETN 19 NTN E. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption FREE TICKET $1.00 ONE DOL $2.00 TWO DOL $4.00 FOUR DOL $5.00 FIVE DOL $20.00 TWY DOL $50.00 FTY DOL $100 ONE HUND $500 FIV HUND $1,000 ONE THOU F. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a TICKET, $2.00, $4.00, $5.00, $10.00, or $20.00. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: TIC = FREE TICKET TWO = $2 FOR = $4 FIV = $5 TEN = $10 TWY = $20 G. “Top 10” game tickets shall sell for no more than $2.00. H. A prize winner in the “TOP 10” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the ten play symbols, the ten prize symbols, and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner’s “YOUR NUMBER” symbol matches the “WINNING NUMBER” symbol, he or she wins the prize directly to the right of the play symbol. There may be ten winning matches on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: FREE = FREE TICKET or $1.00 x 2 = $2 (two dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 41 Volume 11, Issue 1 $2.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $1.00 x 4 = $4 (four dollars) or $2.00 x 2 = $4 (four dollars) or $4.00 = $4 (four dollars) or $5.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 x 5 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 x 10 = $10 (ten dollars) or $2.00 x 5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5.00 x 2 = $10 (ten dollars) or $2.00 x 10 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $4.00 x 5 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $5.00 x 10 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $20.00 x 5 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $50.00 x 2 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $50.00 x 5 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or $50.00 x 10 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $100 x 5 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $500 x 2 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) or $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) or $1,000 x 10 = $10,000 (ten thousand dollars). R193369. “Cash Giveaway” Repealed A. Two play symbols, which are contiguous to each other, appear under the latex in the play area located on the lower front of the ticket with “YOUR $” printed above and are one of the following: “1”, “2,” “3,” “4,” “5,” “6,” “7,” “8,” or “9” with confirming captions. One winning number symbol appears on the upper right front of the ticket with “KEY” printed above and is one of the following: “1”, “2,” “3,” “4,” “5,” “6,” “7,” “8,” or “9” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 900001 is located in the lower center portion on the back of the ticket. C. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN D. Winning number symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the winning number symbols as follows: KEY Winning # Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN E. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1.00 ONE DOL $2.00 TWO DOL $4.00 FOR DOL $50.00 FTY DOL $100 ONE HUN F. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a $1.00, $2.00, $4.00, or $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 42 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking ONE = $1 TWO = $2 FOR = $4 ONH = $100 G. A prize winner in the “CASH GIVEAWAY” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the two play symbols and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner’s “YOUR $” symbol matches the “KEY” winning number symbol, he or she wins the prize directly under the play symbol. There may be two winning matches on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1.00 $1 (one dollar) or $2.00 $2 (two dollars) or $1.00 x 2 $2 (two dollars) or $2.00 x 2 $4 (four dollars) or $4.00 $4 (four dollars) or $50.00 x 2 $100 (one hundred dollars) or $100 $100 (one hundred dollars) R193387. “Winning 20” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the lower half of the ticket, two horizontal rows of five play symbols appear with YOUR NUMBERS printed between the two rows and are one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, or “20”, with confirming captions. Two play symbols appear on the upper right front of the latex area with WINNING NUMBERS printed above and are one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”. “10”, “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, or “20” with confirming captions. B. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN 11 ELV 12 TLV 13 THN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXT 17 SVT 18 EGN 19 NIT 20 TWY C. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols and are one of the following: “$1.00”, “$2.00”, “$4.00”, “$5.00”, “$10.00”, “$20.00”, “$40.00”, “$50.00”, “$200”, “$400”, or “$20,000”, with confirming captions. The confirming captions are as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1.00 ONEDOL $2.00 TWODOL $4.00 FOURDOL $5.00 FIVEDOL $10.00 TENDOL $20.00 TWENTY $40.00 FRYDOL $50.00 FTYDOL $200. TWOHUND Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 43 Volume 11, Issue 1 $400. FORHUND $20,000 TWYTHOU D. A packticket number beginning with 700001 is located in the lower left portion on the back of the ticket. E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a “$2.00”, “$4.00”, “$5.00”, “$10.00”, “$20.00”, “$40.00”, or “$400.”, ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: TWO = $2 FOR = $4 FIV = $5 TEN = $10 TWY = $20 FTY = $40 FRH = $400 F. A prize winner in the “WINNING 20” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to reveal the play symbols and prize symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If any play symbol matches the prize symbol, the player wins the prize shown for that game. There are 20 chances to win ten ways on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1.00 + $1.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $2.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00= $4 (four dollars) or $2.00 + $2.00 = $4 (four dollars) or $4.00 = $4 (four dollars) or $5.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 + $4.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5.00 + $5.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10.00 + $10.00 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $20.00 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $5.00 + $5.00 + $5.00 + $5.00 + $5.00 + $5.00 + $5.00 + $5.00 = $40 (forty dollars) or $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 = $40 (forty dollars) or $10.00 + $10.00 + $10.00 + $10.00= $40 (forty dollars) or $20.00 + $20.00 = $40 (forty dollars) or $40.00 = $40 (forty dollars) or $50.00 + $50.00 + $50.00 + $50.00 + $50.00 + $50.00 + $50.00 + $50.00 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or $200 + $40.00 +$40.00 +$40.00 + $40.00 + $40.00 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 44 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $200 + $200 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or $400 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or $20,000 = $20,000 (twenty thousand dollars). R193388. “Blackjack” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, three play symbols appear in a vertical row with YOUR HAND printed above and are one of the following: “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18,” “19”, “20”, or “21” with confirming captions. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with DEALER’S HAND printed above and are one of the following: “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18,” “19”, or “20” with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 12 TLV 13 THN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXT 17 SVT 18 EGN 19 NIT 20 TWY 21 TYN B. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with PRIZE BOX printed above and are one of the following: “$1.00”, “$2.00”, “$5.00”, “$1,000”, or “$21,000” with confirming captions as follows: Play Symbol Caption $1.00 ONEDOL $2.00 TWODOL $5.00 FIVEDOL $1,000 ONETHOU $21,000 TYNTHOU C. A packticket number beginning with 800001 is located in the lower left portion on the back of the ticket. D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a “$1.00”, “$2.00”, “$5.00”, “$10.00”, or “$15.00” ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWO = $2 FIV = $5 TEN = $10 FTN = $15 E. A prize winner in the “BLACKJACK” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the two play symbols and prize symbol identified as GAME 1, the two play symbols and prize symbol identified as GAME 2, and the two play symbols and prize symbol identified as GAME 3. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof) nor the validation number (or any portion thereof), are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player’s YOUR HAND beats DEALER’S HAND in either GAME 1, GAME 2, OR GAME 3, the player wins the prize shown for that game. There may be three winning games on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1.00 = $1 (one dollar) or $1.00 + $1.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $2.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $5.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $5.00 + $5.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5.00 + $5.00 +$5.00 = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) or $21,000 = $21,000 (twentyone thousand dollars). Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 45 Volume 11, Issue 1 R193389. “Cash Splash” Repealed A. Nine play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in three rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are one of the following: “$1.00”, “$2.00”, “$5.00”, “$10.00”, “$100.”, or “$500,” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 900001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption $1.00 ONEDOL $2.00 TWODOL $5.00 FIVEDOL $10.00 TENDOL $100. ONEHUND $500. FIVEHUND D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $100, or $500. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWO = $2 FIV = $5 TEN = $10 ONH = $100 FHN = $500 E. A prize winner in the “CASH SPLASH” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the nine play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches three like play symbols, he or she wins that prize. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1.00 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $2.00 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $5.00 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $10.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars). R193390. “Fast Money” Repealed A. Four play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the center right portion of the ticket with “YOUR NUMBER” printed above each play symbol and are one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” with confirming captions. One winning number symbol appears on the upperright portion of the play area with “WINNING NUMBER” printed above and is one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 000001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN D. Winning number symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the winning number symbols as follows: Winning Number Symbols Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 46 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN E. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1.00 ONEDOL $2.00 TWODOL $3.00 THRDOL $5.00 FIVEDOL $10.00 TENDOL $50.00 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $2,000 TWOTHOU F. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1.00, $2.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00, or $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FIV = $5 FFY = $50 ONH = $100 G. A prize winner in the “FAST MONEY” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the four play symbols and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player’s “YOUR NUMBER” symbol matches the “WINNING NUMBER” symbol, the player wins the prize amount directly under the play symbol. There may be four ways to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1.00 = $1 (one dollar) or $2.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $2.00 + $2.00 + $1.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $3.00 + $2.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $5.00 + $5.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5.00 +$2.00 + $2.00 + $1.00= $10 (ten dollars) or $5.00 + $5.00 + $10.00 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10.00 + $5.00 + $3.00 + $2.00= $20 (twenty dollars) or $50.00 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $100.00 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $2,000 = $2,000 (twothousand dollars). R193391. “3’s for the Dough” Repealed A. Nine play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in three rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN B. A packticket number beginning with 100001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $13.00, $33.00, or $333. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: $1 = ONE $13 = THN $2 = TWO $33 = TRR $3 = THR $333 = THT Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 47 Volume 11, Issue 1 D. A prize winner in the “3’s FOR THE DOUGH” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the nine play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player has three “3” play symbols in any one row, column, or the upperleft to lowerright diagonal, he or she wins the prize indicated. A player may win only one time on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: Right Column = $1 (one dollar) or Center Column = $2 (two dollars) or Left Column = $3 (three dollars) or Top Row = $13 (thirteen dollars) or Center Row = $33 (thirtythree dollars) or Bottom Row = $333 (three hundred thirtythree dollars) or Upperleft to lower right diagonal= $3,333 (three thousand three hundred thirtythree dollars). R193392. “Double Dice” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, three play symbols appear in a vertical row with YOUR ROLL printed above and are one of the following: “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, or “12” with confirming captions. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with HOUSE ROLL printed above and are one of the following: “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, or “11” with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN 11 ELV 12 TLV B. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with PRIZE printed above and are one of the following: “$1.00”, “$2.00”, “$5.00”, “$10.00”, or “$500” with confirming captions as follows: Symbols Caption $1.00 ONEDOL $2.00 TWODOL $5.00 FIVEDOL $10.00 TENDOL $500. FIVHUND C. A packticket number beginning with 200001 is located in the lower left portion on the back of the ticket. D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a $1.00, $2.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00 or $500 ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FIV = $5 FHN = $500 E. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with BONUS BUCKS printed above and are one of the following: “$$”, “ ”, “ ”. “ ”, “ ”, or “ ” with confirming captions: Symbol Caption $$ DBLE BELL CHRY ORNG STAR BARR Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 48 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking F. A prize winner in the “DOUBLE DICE” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the two play symbols and prize symbol identified as GAME 1, the two play symbols and prize symbol identified as GAME 2, and the two play symbols and prize symbol identified as GAME 3. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player’s YOUR ROLL beats HOUSE ROLL in either GAME 1, GAME 2, or GAME 3, he or she wins the prize shown for that game. If the BONUS BUCKS play symbol is “$$”, the player wins twice the amount of the PRIZE spot. There may be three ways to win. The prizes are as follows: $1.00 = $1 (one dollar) or $1.00 + $$ = $2 (two dollars) or $2.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $5.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $5.00 + $$ = $10 (ten dollars) or $10.00 + $$ = $20 (twenty dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $500 + $$ = $1,000 (one thousand dollars). R193393. “Scratch, Match, & Win” Repealed A. Nine play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in three rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are one of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$20”, “$50”, or “$100” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 300001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FIV = $5 FFY = $50 ONH = $100 E. A prize winner in the “SCRATCH, MATCH & WIN” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the nine play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches three like play symbols, he or she wins that prize. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) R193394. “Aces High” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, three play symbols appear in a vertical row with “YOUR CARD” printed above and can be one of the play symbols displayed in Exhibit A. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with “HOUSE CARD” printed above and can be one of the play symbols viewed in Exhibit B. B. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with “PRIZE” printed above and are one of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$15”, “$50”, and “$500” with confirming captions. The prize symbols and confirming captions are as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $15 FTNDOL Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 49 Volume 11, Issue 1 $50 FTYDOL $500 FIVHUND C. A packticket number is located on the lowerleft side of the back of the ticket and begins with 400001. D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $15, $50, $100, $1
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Full Text  A weekly publication of the Secretary of State JAN BREWER Secretary of State RHONDA PASCHAL Editor Arizona Administrative Register SCOTT CANCELOSI Director Public Services Division Arizona Administrative www.azsos.gov Volume 11, Issue 1 January 3, 2005 Contents of this Issue General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Public Participation in the Rulemaking Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Notices of Proposed Rulemaking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4 A.A.C. 28 . . . . State Real Estate Department. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 19 A.A.C. 3 . . . . Arizona State Lottery Commission. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 20 A.A.C. 4 . . . . Banking Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Notices of Termination of Rulemaking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 4 A.A.C. 30 . . . . Board of Technical Registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Notices of Final Rulemaking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 12 A.A.C. 1 . . . . Radiation Regulatory Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 12 A.A.C. 5 . . . . State Land Department. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Notices of Rulemaking Docket Opening . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 4 A.A.C. 28 . . . . State Real Estate Department. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 12 A.A.C. 1 . . . . Radiation Regulatory Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Effective Date Schedule and Register and Code Deadlines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Governor’s Regulatory Review Council Deadlines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132 Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 2 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State General Information GENERAL INFORMATION Arizona Administrative Register The Arizona Administrative Register (A.A.R.) is an official publication of the state of Arizona and contains the rulemaking activity of the state’s agencies, including proposed, final, emergency, summary, and exempt rules. The Secretary of State’s Office prints the Register weekly. Rulemakings initiated under the Administrative Procedure Act as effective January 1, 1995, include the full text. In addition, the Register contains the full text of the Governor’s Executive Orders and Proclamations of general applicability, summaries of Attorney General opinions, notices of rules terminated by the agency, and the Governor’s appointments of state officials and members of state boards and commissions. Other documents may be included if the documents are concerned with rulemaking or if state statute requires that they be published in the Register. A full schedule of deadline and publication dates appears in the back of this issue. A schedule of deadlines for the Governor’s Regulatory Review Council is also listed. Within each type of rulemaking category, rules are listed in the same numerical order in which they appear in the Arizona Administrative Code (A.A.C.). The Arizona Administrative Register is cited by volume and page number and issue date. Pagination of the Register is consecutive throughout each volume year. An index to rulemaking activity is published in each issue and is cumulated every six months in a separately published index. The Office also publishes biennially an index to the Governor’s documents, the Attorney General’s summaries of opinions, and the Governor’s appointments to boards and commissions. Arizona Administrative Code The Arizona Administrative Code (A.A.C.) is an official publication of the state of Arizona. The A.A.C. contains all rules promulgated by the regulatory agencies of the state and filed with the Secretary of State after either certification by the Attorney General if initiated before January 1, 1995, or approval by either the Governor’s Regulatory Review Council or the Attorney General, as appropriate, if initiated after January 1, 1995. The Code also contains rules exempt from the rulemaking process or exempt from certification or approval. The A.A.C. uses a hyphenated numbering system. Each rule (Section) number is preceded by the letter “R” indicating “Rule.” The first number following the letter “R” indicates the Title (subject area) in which the rule appears. The middle number indicates the Chapter (agency). The last number indicates the rule number. For example: A.A.C. R182101 is the citation for Section 101 of Chapter 2 of Title 18 of the Code. Publication of a rule in the Arizona Administrative Code is prima facie evidence of the making, amendment, or repeal of that rule as provided by A.R.S. § 411012. The full text of all rules printed is available for inspection in the Office of the Secretary of State, 1700 West Washington, 7th Floor, and at the promulgating agency. In addition, the Arizona Administrative Code supplements, published four times each year, contain the full text of rules on which changes were adopted during each calendar quarter. The Office of the Secretary of State is an equal opportunity employer. Persons requiring alternate formats must contact the Secretary of State’s ADA Coordinator at (602) 5424285 or TDD (602) 2558683. www.azsos.gov Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Public Participation in the Rulemaking Process January 3, 2005 Page 3 Volume 11, Issue 1 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN THE RULEMAKING PROCESS The public is encouraged to participate in the rulemaking process by which administrative rules are made, amended, or repealed. Listed below are some of the ways in which to participate (references are to the Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.), a compilation of the laws of the state of Arizona). By inspecting a copy of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking filed with the Secretary of State, Public Services Division, for publication in the Arizona Administrative Register. (See A.R.S. § 411022.) By making oral comments, if an oral proceeding or a public hearing is held, or written comments to the agency proposing the rule. In order for the agency to consider your comments, the agency must receive them by the close of record. Your comments must reach the agency within the 30day comment period following Register publication of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. Send your comments to the agency representative whose name and address are printed in the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. (See A.R.S. § 411022.) By requesting, in writing, an oral proceeding on a proposed rule within 30 days after the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking has been published in the Register if the agency has not scheduled a proceeding. (See A.R.S. § 41 1023.) By submitting to the Governor’s Regulatory Review Council written comments that are relevant to the Council’s power to review a given rule (see A.R.S. § 411052). The Council reviews the rule at the end of the rulemaking process and before the rules are filed with the Secretary of State. By petitioning an agency to make, amend, or repeal a rule. The agency must respond to the petition. (See A.R.S. § 41 1033.) Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 4 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking NOTICES OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING Unless exempted by A.R.S. § 411005, each agency shall begin the rulemaking process by first submitting to the Secretary of State’s Office a Notice of Rulemaking Docket Opening followed by a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that contains the preamble and the full text of the rules. The Secretary of State’s Office publishes each Notice in the next available issue of the Register according to the schedule of deadlines for Register publication. Under the Administrative Procedure Act (A.R.S. § 411001 et seq.), an agency must allow at least 30 days to elapse after the publication of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in the Register before beginning any proceedings for making, amending, or repealing any rule. (A.R.S. §§ 411013 and 411022) NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING TITLE 4. PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS CHAPTER 28. STATE REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT PREAMBLE 1. Section Affected Rulemaking Action R4281103 Amend 2. The specific authority for the rulemaking, including the general and specific statutes: General Authorizing Statute: A.R.S. § 322107 (E). Specific Authorizing Statutes: A.R.S. §§ 322121 (8), (9), (10); 322122; 322125; 322151; 322151.01; 322153 (A)(21); 322155 (A). 3. Previous notices appearing in the Register addressing the proposed rule: None 4. The name and address of agency personnel to contact regarding the rulemaking: Name: Cindy Wilkinson, rules liaison Address: Department of Real Estate 2910 N. 44th St. #100 Phoenix, AZ 85018 Telephone: (602) 4681414, ext. 120 Fax: (602) 4680562 Email: cwilkinson@re.state.az.us 5. An explanation of the rule, including the agency's reasons for initiating the rulemaking: The Department has received requests from brokers who operate very small brokerage firms, seeking relief from the requirement under R4281103 (A) that they establish and enforce written policies, procedures and systems. This requirement took effect August 6, 2002. This rulemaking seeks to exempt employing brokers that employ no more than a total of three people from that requirement. To qualify, the brokerage must employ no more than a total of three people, including the designated broker and no more than one licensed and one unlicensed person. 6. A reference to an study relevant to the rule that the agency reviewed and proposes either to rely on or not to rely on in its evaluation of or justification for the rule, where the public may obtain or review each study, all data underlying each study, and any analysis of each study and other supporting material: None 7. A showing of good cause why the rule is necessary to promote a statewide interest if the rule will diminish a previous grant of authority of a political subdivision of this state: Not applicable 8. The preliminary summary of the economic, small business, and consumer impact: Persons Directly Affected By, Bear the Costs of, or Directly Benefit From the Proposed Rulemaking The designated brokers of very small brokerage firms will directly benefit from this proposed rulemaking. Cost/Benefit Analysis Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 5 Volume 11, Issue 1 There is no apparent cost. The benefit is that they will not be required to develop and enforce written policies, systems, and procedures for the operation of the brokerage and supervision of brokerage employees. Probable costs and benefits to the Department and other agencies directly affected by the proposed rulemaking: None anticipated Probable costs and benefits to a political subdivision of Arizona directly affected by the proposed rulemaking: None anticipated Probable costs and benefits to businesses directly affected by the proposed rulemaking, including any anticipated effect on the revenues or payroll expenditures of employers who are subject to the proposed rulemaking: When this requirement was adopted by final rulemaking at 8 A.A.R. 3640, effective August 6, 2002, the Department anticipated broker cost would be approximately $400, based on the broker's time to reduce to writing the brokerage's office policies, procedures and systems, and to copy and place them in a binder for employees. While that rule initially met with resistance, the Department has since learned that some brokers have determined it to be a valuable tool, enhancing communication of the broker's expectations and standards to the licensed and unlicensed employees of the firm. However, brokers of very small brokerages have commented that, because they have only one or two employees (often a spouse), it is meaningless to require them to have written policies and procedures. General Description of the Probable Impact on Private and Public Employment in Business, Agencies and Political Subdivisions of this State Directly Affected by the Proposed Rulemaking: None A Statement of the Probable Impact of the Proposed Rulemaking on Small Businesses: a) Identification Of The Small Businesses Subject To The Proposed Rulemaking: This rulemaking seeks to exempt small businesses that have no more than a total of three employees from the requirement of having a written policy, procedure and system manual. b) Administrative And Other Costs Required For Compliance With The Proposed Rulemaking: None c) A Description Of The Methods That The Agency May Use To Reduce The Impact On Small Businesses: Not applicable d) The Probable Cost and Benefit to Private Persons and Consumers Who Are Directly Affected by the Proposed Rulemaking: None expected. The Probable Effect on State Revenues: None is expected. A Description of any Less Intrusive or Less Costly Alternative Methods of Achieving the Purpose of the Proposed Rulemaking: Not applicable 9. The name and address of agency personnel to contact regarding the accuracy of the economic, small business, and consumer impact statement: Name: Cindy Wilkinson, rules liaison Address: Arizona Dept of Real Estate 2910 N. 44th Street #100 Phoenix, AZ 85018 Telephone: (602) 4681414, ext. 120 Fax: (602) 4680562 Email: cwilkinson@re.state.az.us 10. The time, place, and nature of the proceedings for the amendment of the rule: No oral proceeding is scheduled at this time. Written comments filed by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 3, 2005, will be considered. Please see items #4 and #9 for contact information. 11. Any other matters prescribed by statute applicable to the specific agency or to any specific rule or class of rules: None 12. The full text of the rule follows: Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 6 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking TITLE 4. PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS CHAPTER 28. STATE REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT ARTICLE 11. PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT Section R4281103. Professional Conduct ARTICLE 11. PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT R4281103. Broker Supervision and Control A. No change 1. No change a. No change b. No change 2. No change a. No change b. No change c. No change 3. No change 4. No change 5. No change a. No change b. No change B. No change C. An employing broker that employs a designated broker, no more than one other licensee, and no more than one unlicensed person is not required to develop and maintain written policies, procedures, and systems described in subsection (A). NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING TITLE 19. ALCOHOL, HORSE AND DOG RACING, LOTTERY, AND GAMING CHAPTER 3. ARIZONA STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION PREAMBLE 1. Sections Affected Rulemaking Action R193302 Repeal R193303 Repeal R193304 Repeal R193305 Repeal Illus. A Repeal Illus. B Repeal Illus. C Repeal R193306 Repeal R193307 Repeal R193308 Repeal R193309 Repeal R193310 Repeal R193311 Repeal R193312 Repeal R193313 Repeal R193314 Repeal R193315 Repeal R193316 Repeal R193317 Repeal R193318 Repeal R193319 Repeal R193320 Repeal R193321 Repeal Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 7 Volume 11, Issue 1 R193322 Repeal R193323 Repeal R193324 Repeal R193325 Repeal R193326 Repeal R193327 Repeal R193328 Repeal R193329 Repeal Exhibit A Repeal Exhibit B Repeal Exhibit C Repeal R193350 Repeal R193361 Repeal R193369 Repeal R193387 Repeal R193388 Repeal R193389 Repeal R193390 Repeal R193391 Repeal R193392 Repeal R193393 Repeal R193394 Repeal Exhibit A Repeal Exhibit B Repeal R193395 Repeal Exhibit C Repeal R193396 Repeal Exhibit D Repeal R193397 Repeal R193398 Repeal R193399 Repeal 2. The specific authority for rulemaking, including both the authorizing statute (general) and the statutes the rules are implementing (specific): Authorizing statute: A.R.S. § 5504(B). 3. A list of all previous notices appearing in the Register addressing the proposed rules: Notice of Rulemaking Docket Opening: 10 A.A.R. 4490, November 5, 2004 4. The name and address of agency personnel with whom persons may communicate regarding the rulemaking: Name: Katie Pushor, Executive Director Address: Arizona State Lottery 4740 E. University Drive Phoenix, AZ 85034 Telephone: (480) 9214505 Fax: (480) 9214488 Email: kpushor@azlottery.gov or Name: Pam Scharon, Budget Manager Address: Arizona State Lottery 4740 E. University Drive Phoenix, AZ 85034 Telephone: (480) 9214489 Fax: (480) 9214425 Email: pscharon@azlottery.gov 5. An explanation of the rules, including the agency’s reason for initiating the rules: The Lottery is repealing all rules for Article 3, Instant Lottery Games, which describes provisions relating to specific instant ticket games. These games have ended and the 180day prize redemption period has expired. Presently, new instant games are approved as provided in Article 7. Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 8 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking 6. A reference to any study relevant to the rule that the agency reviewed and either proposes to rely on or not rely on in its evaluation of or justification for the proposed, where the public may obtain or review each study, all data underlying each study, and any analysis of each study and other supporting material: None 7. A showing of good cause why the rules are necessary to promote a statewide interest if the rules will diminish a previous grant of authority of a political subdivision of this state: Not applicable 8. The preliminary summary of the economic, small business, and consumer impact: The intention of repealing Article 3 is to simplify and clarify existing rules. This rulemaking will not have any identifiable economic impact on the Lottery, political subdivisions of the state, private and public employment, Lottery retailers, the general public, or state revenues. General rules for instant games are addressed in Article 7. 9. The name and address of agency personnel with whom persons may communicate regarding the accuracy of the economic, small business, and consumer impact statement: Name: Katie Pushor, Executive Director Address: Arizona State Lottery 4740 E. University Drive Phoenix, AZ 85034 Telephone: (480) 9214505 Fax: (480) 9214488 Email: kpushor@azlottery.gov or Name: Pam Scharon, Budget Manager Address: Arizona State Lottery 4740 E. University Drive Phoenix, AZ 85034 Telephone: (480) 9214489 Fax: (480) 9214425 Email: pscharon@azlottery.gov 10. The time, place, and nature of the proceedings for the making, amendment, or repeal of the rules or, if no proceeding is scheduled, where, when, and how persons may request an oral proceeding on the proposed rule: Date: February 18, 2005 Time: 10:00 a.m. Location: Arizona Lottery 4740 E. University Drive Phoenix, AZ 85034 Nature: Oral Proceeding The close of record is 5:00 p.m. on February 18, 2005 for written comments and at the end of the oral proceeding for verbal comments. 11. Any other matters prescribed by statute that are applicable to the specific agency or to any specific rule or class of rules: Not applicable 12. Incorporations by reference and their location in the rules: Not applicable 13. The full text of the rules follows: Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 9 Volume 11, Issue 1 TITLE 19. ALCOHOL, HORSE AND DOG RACING, LOTTERY, AND GAMING CHAPTER 3. ARIZONA STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION ARTICLE 3. INSTANT LOTTERY GAMES REPEALED Section R193302. “Jingle Bucks” Repealed R193303. “Cactus Cash” Repealed R193304. “Blackjack” Repealed R193305. “Bingo” Repealed Illus. A. Line Repealed Illus. B. Four Corners Repealed Illus C. “X” Repealed R193306. “Joker’s Wild” Repealed R193307. “Double 21" Repealed R193308. “Match the House” Repealed R193309. “Diamond Bucks” Repealed R193310. “Fat Cat” Repealed R193311. “Winning Pairs” Repealed R193312. “Five Card Stud” Repealed R193313. “Bowling for Bucks” Repealed R193314. “Bonus 7 Come 11" Repealed R193315. “3 of a Kind” Repealed R193316. “Heat Wave” Repealed R193317. “In the Chips” Repealed R193318. “Instant Jackpot” Repealed R193319. “Cactus Cash” Repealed R193320. “Money Bags” Repealed R193321. “Ace in the Hole” Repealed R193322. “Power Play” Repealed R193323. “Break the Bank” Repealed R193324. “Beat the Dealer” Repealed R193325. “Lucky Pair” Repealed R193326. “Win for Life” Repealed R193327. “Frosty the Doughman” Repealed R193328. “Lucky Duck” Repealed R193329. “Bonus Bingo” Repealed Exhibit A. Line Repealed Exhibit B. Four Corners Repealed Exhibit C. “X” Repealed R193350. Reserved Repealed R193361. “Top 10" Repealed R193369. “Cash Giveaway” Repealed R193387. “Winning 20" Repealed R193388. “Blackjack” Repealed R193389. “Cash Splash” Repealed R193390. “Fast Money” Repealed R193391. “3's for the Dough” Repealed R193392. “Double Dice” Repealed R193393. “Scratch, Match, and Win” Repealed R193394. “Aces High” Repealed Exhibit A. Your Card Repealed Exhibit B. House Card Repealed R193395. “Lucky Scratch” Repealed Exhibit C. Confirming Captions Repealed R193396. “Winning Card” Repealed Exhibit D. Dealer’s Card/Your Card Repealed Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 10 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking R193397. “Football Fever” Repealed R193398. “Blackjack” Repealed R193399. “X’s and O’s” Repealed ARTICLE 3. INSTANT LOTTERY GAMES REPEALED R193302. “Jingle Bucks” Repealed A. Nine play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in three rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are one of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$25”, “$100”, or “$500” with confirming captions. The play symbols captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play SymbolsCaption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $25 TWFDOL $100 ONEHUND $500 FIVHUND B. A packticket number beginning with 000001 is located in the lowerleft side on the back of the ticket. C. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $25, $100, or $500 tickets. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWF = $25 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 FHN = $500 D. A prize winner in the “JINGLE BUCKS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 9 play symbols. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches 3 like play symbols, he or she wins that prize. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $25 = $25 (twentyfive dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) R193303. “Cactus Cash” Repealed A. Nine play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in 3 rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side of the front of the ticket and are one of the following: “ ”, “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$20”, “$100”, or “$1,000” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 100001 is located in the lowercenter portion on the back of the ticket. C. Playsymbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbols Caption DOUBLE $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWENTY $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU D. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $4, $5, $10, $20, or $100. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FOR = $4 ONH = $100 FIV = $5 E. A prize winner in the “CACTUS CASH” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 11 Volume 11, Issue 1 of the ticket to determine the 9 play symbols. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches three like play symbols, he or she wins that prize. If the player matches three like play symbols plus a " ““, the prize amount is doubled. There may be only one prize per ticket. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $1+ = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $2+ = $4 (four dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $5+ = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $10+ = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) R193304. “Blackjack” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, 3 play symbols appear in a vertical row with “YOUR HAND” printed above and are one of the following: “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, “20”, or “21”, with confirming captions. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with “DEALER'S HAND” printed above and are one of the following: “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, or “20”, with confirming captions. The playsymbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbols Caption 12 TLV 13 THN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXT 17 SVT 18 EGN 19 NIT 20 TWY 21 TYN B. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with “PRIZE” printed above and are one of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$20”, “$40”, “$250”, or “$21,000” with confirming captions as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $20 TWYDOL $40 FRYDOL $250 2HUND50 $21,000 TYNTHOU C. A packticket number beginning with 700001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of a $1, $2, $3, $5, $10, $15, $40, or $250 ticket. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: $1 = ONE $10 = TEN $2 = TWO $15 = FTN $3 = THR $40 = FTY $5 = FIV $250 = THF E. A prize winner in the “BLACKJACK” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as the “1st Game”, the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as the “2nd Game”, and the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as the “3rd Game”. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR HAND” beats “DEALER'S HAND” in either the “1st Game”, “2nd Game”, or “3rd Game”, the player wins the prize shown for the game. There may be 3 winning games on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 12 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $1+ $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1+ $1+ $1 = $3 (three dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $1+ $2 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 + $5 = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $20 + $20 = $40 (forty dollars) or $40 = $40 (forty dollars) or $250 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or $21,000 = $21,000 (twentyone thousand dollars) R193305. “Bingo” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, four play areas called “PLAYER'S CARDS” appear and are identified as “CARD 1”, “CARD 2”, “CARD 3”, and “CARD 4”. Within each “CARD”, five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “B” above and are one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, or “15”. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “I” printed above and are one of the following: “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, “20”, “21”, “22”, “23”, “24”, “25”, “26”, “27”, “28”, “29”, or “30”. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “N” printed above and are one of the following: “31”, “32”, “33”, “34”, “35”, “36”, “37”, “38”, “39”, “40”, “41”, “42”, “43”, “44”, or “45”. The third play spot in column “N” will always be the word “FREE”. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “G” printed above and are one of the following: “46”, “47”, “48”, “49”, “50”, “51”, “52”, “53”, “54”, “55”, “56”, “57”, “58”, “59”, or “60”. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “O” printed above and are one of the following: “61”, “62”, “63”, “64”, “65”, “66”, “67”, “68”, “69”, “70”, “71”, “72”, “73”, “74”, or “75”. B. In the latex area located on the left side of the ticket is a play area identified as “CALLER'S CARD”. Twentyfour play spots appear in three columns of eight and are one of the following: B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B8, B9, B10, B11, B12, B13, B14, B15, I16, I17, I18, I19, I20, I21, I22, I23, I24, I25, I26, I27, I28, I29, I30, N31, N32, N33, N34, N35, N36, N37, N38, N39, N40, N41, N42, N43, N44, N45, G46, G47, G48, G49, G50, G51, G52, G53, G54, G55, G56, G57, G58, G59, G60, O61, O62, O63, O64, O65, O66, O67, O68, O69, O70, O71, O72, O73, O74, and O75. C. A packticket number beginning with 500001 is located on the lowerleft area on the back of the ticket. D. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of a $2, $3, $5, $10, $25, $30, $40, $50, $150, $200, or $250 ticket. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: $2 = TWO $40 = FRY $3 = THR $50 = FTY $5 = FIV $150 = ONF $10 = TEN $200 = THN $25 = TWF $250 = THY $30 = TRY E. A prize winner in the “BINGO” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the “CALLER’S CARD” play area on the front of the ticket to determine the play symbols. The player matches the play symbols on the “CALLER'S CARD” to the play symbols on the four “PLAYER'S CARDS”. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player matches five consecutive play symbols on one of the four “PLAYER'S CARDS” in any horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line as shown in illustration number one on the back of each “BINGO” instant game and Illustration A, matches play symbols in all four corners in one of the four “PLAYER'S CARDS” as shown in illustration number two on the back of each “BINGO” card and Illustration B, or matches five consecutive play symbols in both diagonals forming an “X” in any one of the four cards as shown in illustration number three on the back of each “BINGO” instant game and Illustration C, the player wins the prize amount indicated on the appropriate winning “PLAYER'S CARD”. Players can win up to four times on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 1 = $2 (two dollars) or Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 2 = $3 (three dollars) or Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 1 plus Card 2 = $5 (five dollars) or Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 3 = $10 (ten dollars) or Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 4 = $25 (twentyfive dollars) or Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, on Card 1, plus Card 2, plus Card 4 = $30 (thirty dollars) or Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on Card 1, plus Card 2, plus Card 3, plus Card 4 = $40 (forty dollars) or Four corners, Card 2 = $50 (fifty dollars) or Both diagonal lines (“X”), Card 1 = $150 (one hundred fifty dollars) or Four corners on Card 1, plus four corners on Card 3, plus a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on Card 4 = $200 (two hundred dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 13 Volume 11, Issue 1 Four corners on Card 2, plus both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 1 = $200 (two hundred dollars) or Four corners on Card 4 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or Four corners on Card 1, plus Card 2, plus Card 3, plus a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on Card 4 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or Both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 2 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or Both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 3 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) or Both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 4 = $10,000 (ten thousand dollars) Illustration A. Line Repealed 1  Match all bingo numbers in a complete horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line to win $2 to $25. Illustration B. Four Corners Repealed 2  Match all bingo numbers in all 4 corners to win $25 to $250. Illustration C. “X” Repealed 3  Match all bingo numbers to make a complete “X” (8 numbers + “Free Space”) to win $15 to $10,000. Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 14 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking R193306. “Joker's Wild” Repealed A. Four play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the center right portion of the ticket with “YOUR CARD” printed below each play symbol and are one of the following play spots and captions: : B. One winning number symbol appears on the upperright portion of the play area with “DEALER'S CARD” printed above and is one of the following play spots and captions: C. A packticket number beginning with 200001 is located in lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $25 TWFDOL $50 FTYDOL $500 FIVHUND Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 15 Volume 11, Issue 1 $1,000 ONETHOU E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $25, $50, or $500. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWF = $25 FIV = $5 FFY = $50 FHN = 500 F. A prize winner in the “JOKER'S WILD” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 4 play symbols and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR CARD” symbol matches the “DEALER'S CARD” symbol, the player wins the prize amount directly under the play symbol. If a “ ” appears in the winning symbol play spot, the player automatically wins the prize indicated. There may be 4 ways to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 (w/“ ”) = $1 (one dollar) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + ($1 w/“ ”) = $2 (two dollars) or $2 (w/“ ”) = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 +$2 = $5 (five dollars) or $2 + $2 +$1 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 (w/“ ”) = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $2 + $2 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 (w/“ ”) = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 +$5 + $10 = $25 (twentyfive dollars) or $25 + (w/“ ”) = $25 (twentyfive dollars) or $25 + $10 + $10 + $5 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $50 (w/“ ”) = $50 (fifty dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) R193307. "Double 21" Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, 3 play symbols appear in a vertical row with “YOUR HAND” printed above and will be one of the following play symbols: “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, “20”, or “21” with confirming captions. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with “HOUSE HAND” printed above and will be one of the following play symbols “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, or “20” with confirming captions. The captions are as follows: Play Symbol Caption 12 TLV 13 THN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXT 17 SVT 18 EGN 19 NIT 20 TWY 21 DBL B. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with “PRIZE” printed above and are one of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5” “$10”, “$20”, “$40”, “$250”, and “$2,000” with confirming captions. The prize symbols and confirming captions are as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $40 FRYDOL $250 2HUND50 Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 16 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $2,000 TWOTHOU C. A packticket number is located on the lowerleft side of the back of the ticket and begins with 300001. D. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $3, $5, $10, $15, $40, and $250. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 FTN = $15 THR = $3 FTY = $40 FIV = $5 THF = $250 E. A prize winner in the “DOUBLE 21” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as “Game 1”, the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as “Game 2”, and the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as “Game 3”. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket holder's “YOUR HAND” beats “HOUSE HAND” in either “Game 1”, “Game 2”, or “Game 3”, the player wins the prize shown for that game. There may be 3 winning games on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (one dollars) or $1 (w/ “21”) = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 = $3 (three dollars) or $1 + ($1 w/“21”) = $3 (three dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + ($2 w/”21”) = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 + $5 = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $5 + ($5 w/“21”) = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $40 = $40 (forty dollars) $20 + ($10 w/”21”) = $40 (forty dollars) $250 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or $2,000 = $2,000 (two thousand dollars) R193308. “Match the House” Repealed A. Four play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the center portion of the ticket with “YOUR CARD” printed above each play symbol and are one of the following play spots and captions: B. One winning number symbol appears on the uppercenter portion of the play area with “HOUSE CARD” printed above and is one of the play spots: Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 17 Volume 11, Issue 1 C. A packticket number beginning with 400001 is located in lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $2,000 TWOTHOU E. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FIV = $5 FFY = $50 ONH = $100 F. A prize winner in the “MATCH THE HOUSE” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 4 play symbols and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR CARD” symbol matches the “HOUSE CARD” symbol, the player wins the prize amount directly under the play symbol. There may be 4 ways to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2+ $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $2 + $3 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $2 + $2 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 + $10 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10 + $5 + $3 + $2 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $2,000 = $2,000 (two thousand dollars) R193309. “Diamond Bucks” Repealed Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 18 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, 3 play symbols appear in a vertical row with YOUR SCORE printed above and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, and “10” with confirming captions. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with THEIR SCORE printed above and are 1 of the following: “0”, “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, and “9” with confirming captions. B. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 0 ZRO 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN C. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with PRIZE printed above and are 1 of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$3”, “$9”, “$18”, “$27”, “$300”, “$600”, or “$900” with confirming captions. D. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $9 NINEDOL $18 EGNDOL $27 TYSDOL $300 THRHUND $600 SIXHUND $900 NINHUND E. One prize symbol appears directly under the play area with BONUS BOX printed above and is 1 of the following: “JERSEY”, “BAT”, “BASEBALL”, or “TRY AGAIN”. F. A packticket number beginning with 600001 is located in the lower left portion on the back of the ticket. G. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of “$1”, “$2”, “$3”, “$9”, “$18”, “$27”, or “$300”: $1 = ONE $2 = TWO $3 = THR $9 = NIN $18 = EGN $27 = TYS $300 = TRN H. A prize winner in the “DIAMOND BUCKS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as Game One, the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as Game Two, the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as Game Three, and 1 play symbol identified as BONUS BOX. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket holder's YOUR SCORE beats THEIR SCORE in either Game One, Game Two, or Game Three, he or she wins the prize shown for that game. There may be 3 winning games on a ticket. If the ticket reveals “JERSEY”, “BAT”, or “BASEBALL” as a play symbol in the BONUS BOX, he or she wins that prize. If the player wins $600 or more on any 1 ticket, the player shall redeem the winning ticket at any Lottery office. Each “DIAMOND BUCKS” winning lottery ticket of $600 or more automatically enters the winner into a drawing to attend a Fantasy Baseball Camp. There will be a maximum of 20 Fantasy Baseball Camp winners. The drawing date or dates will be held during midAugust 1996 or later and the Fantasy Camp will take place sometime between September 1, 1996, and December 31, 1996. Players may contact the Lottery offices or participating retailers after July 1, 1996, for specific information regarding the drawing date or dates and Fantasy Baseball Camp date or dates. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $3 = $3 (three dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 19 Volume 11, Issue 1 $1 + $2 = $3 (three dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 = $3 (three dollars) or $9 = $9 (nine dollars) or $3 + $3 +$3 = $9 (nine dollars) or $18 = $18 (eighteen dollars) or $9 + $9 = $18 (eighteen dollars) or $27 = $27 (twentyseven dollars) or $9 + $9 + $9 = $27 (twentyseven dollars) or $300 = $300 (three hundred dollars) or $600 = $600 (six hundred dollars) or $300 +$300 = $600 (six hundred dollars) or $900 = $900 (nine hundred dollars) or $300 + $300 + $300 = $900 (nine hundred dollars) or JERSEY = baseball jersey or BAT = baseball bat BASEBALL = baseball or TRY AGAIN = no prize R193310. “Fat Cat” Repealed A. Six play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in 2 rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are 1 of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$20”, “$50”, “$100”, or “$1,000” with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbols Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU B. The packticket number begins with 800001. The packticket number is located in the lowerleft side on the back of the ticket. C. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 tickets. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWY = $20 TWO = $2 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 TEN = $10 D. A prize winner in the “FAT CAT” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 6 play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches 3 like play symbols, he or she wins that prize. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) R193311. “Winning Pairs” Repealed A. Four pairs of 2 play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the lower portion of the ticket. The 1st pair has “HAND 1” printed above, the 2nd pair has “HAND 2” printed above, the 3rd pair has “HAND 3” printed above, and the 4th pair has “HAND 4” printed above. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 20 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking : B. A packticket number beginning with 900001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU D. The retailervalidation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $4, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100. The retailervalidation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FOR = $4 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 E. A prize winner in the “WINNING PAIRS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 4 pairs of 2 play symbols. Neither the retailervalidation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's cards match each other in either “HAND 1”, “HAND 2”, “HAND 3”, or “HAND 4”, the player wins the amount printed below. There may be 4 ways to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 = $4 (four dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $2 + $3 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $2 + $2 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 21 Volume 11, Issue 1 $5 + $5 + $10 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10 + $5 + $3 + $2 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) R193312. “Five Card Stud” Repealed A. Five play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in 3 rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket with the words, “YOUR HANDS” printed above. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: B. To the right of the play symbols, 3 prize symbols appear in a vertical row with “PRIZE” printed above. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: $1 = ONEDOL $25 = TWFDOL $2 = TWODOL $50 = FTYDOL $5 = FIVEDOL $100 = ONEHUND $10 = TENDOL $1,000 = ONETHOU C. The packticket number begins with 000001. The packticket number is located in the lowerleft side on the back of the ticket. D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $25, $50, $100, and $300 tickets. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWY = $20 TWO = $2 TWF = $25 FIV = $5 FFY = $50 TEN = $10 ONH = $100 TRN = $300 E. A prize winner is the “FIVE CARD STUD” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 5 play symbols in “HAND 1”, “HAND 2”, and “HAND 3.” Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. 1. If the ticket owner matches 2 like play symbols in either “HAND 1”, “HAND 2”, or “HAND 3”, the player will receive 1 of the following prizes in the columns labeled “PRIZE” (a player may win up to 3 times per ticket): $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 + $10 + $5 = $25 (twentyfive dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $100 + $100 + $100 = $300 (three hundred dollars) or 2. If a player receives 3 like play symbols in either “HAND 1”, “HAND 2”, or “HAND 3”, the amount in the “PRIZE” column will be doubled. The following prizes may be won (a player may win up to 3 times per ticket): $1 (double) = $2 (two dollars) or $5 (double) = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 (double) = $20 (twenty dollars) or $25 (double) = $50 (fifty dollars) or $50 (double) = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $1,000 (double) = $2,000 (two thousand dollars) R193313. “Bowling For Bucks” Repealed A. Three play symbols appear in a column under the latex in the play area located on the right portion of the ticket with the words “YOUR SCORE” printed above. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: 140 = HNFRTY 200 = TWOHUN 142 = HNFRTW 210 = TWOTEN Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 22 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking 145 = HNFRTV 215 = TWOFTN 146 = HNFRSX 220 = TWOTWY 149 = HNFRTN 223 = TWOTTR 150 = HNFFTY 225 = TWOTFV 154 = HNFTFR 227 = TWOTSV 156 = HNFTSX 230 = TWOTRY 160 = HNSXTY 235 = TWOTRV 180 = HNEGTY 245 = TWFRFV 185 = HNETFV 250 = TWOFTY 187 = HNETSV 256 = TWFVSX B. Three play symbols appear in a column under the latex area located on the right portion of the ticket with the words “THEIR SCORE” printed above. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: 140 = HNFRTY 200 = TWOHUN 142 = HNFRTW 210 = TWOTEN 145 = HNFRTV 215 = TWOFTN 146 = HNFRSX 220 = TWOTWY 149 = HNFRTN 223 = TWOTTR 150 = HNFFTY 225 = TWOTFV 154 = HNFTFR 227 = TWOTSV 156 = HNFTSX 230 = TWOTRY 160 = HNSXTY 235 = TWOTRV 180 = HNEGTY 245 = TWFRFV 185 = HNETFV 250 = TWOFTY 187 = HNETSV 256 = TWFVSX C. A packticket number beginning with 100001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOUD E. Beneath the 3 rows will be a “BONUS BOX” with 1 of the following symbols and captions: BOWL FREE = ONE FREE GAME TRY AGAIN = TRY AGAIN F. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $100, $200, $300, or Bowl Free. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWY = $20 TWO = $2 ONH = $100 FIV = $5 TWH = $200 TEN = $10 TRN = $300 BOL = BOWL FREE G. A prize winner in the “BOWLING FOR BUCKS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 3 pairs of 2 play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket holder's “YOUR SCORE” beats “THEIR SCORE” in either “GAME 1”, “GAME 2”, or “GAME 3”, the player wins the amount indicated in the “PRIZE” box. There may be 3 changes to win cash prizes on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 + $10 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 23 Volume 11, Issue 1 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $100 + $100 = $200 (two hundred dollars) or $100 + $100 + $100 = $300 (three hundred dollars) or $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) BONUS BOX PRIZES BOWL FREE = one free game of bowling at participating bowling lanes; or TRY AGAIN = Nonwinning ticket. R193314. “Bonus 7 Come 11” Repealed A. In the latex play area located in the middle of the ticket, 1 horizontal row of 4 play symbol areas appear. The 1st play symbol area has “ROLL 1” printed above, the 2nd play symbol area has “ROLL 2” printed above, the 3rd play symbol has “ROLL 3" printed above, and the 4th play symbol area has “BONUS ROLL” printed above. The 4 play symbol areas contain 2 of the following play symbols: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, or “6”. B. The play symbols captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THREE 4 FOUR 5 FIVE 6 SIX C. Prize symbols captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols and are 1 of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$3”, “$5”, “$10”, “$50”, “$100”, or “$1,000” with confirming captions. The confirming captions are as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU D. A packticket number beginning with “200001” is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100 ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWY = $20 TWO = $2 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 TEN = $10 F. A prize winner in the “Bonus 7 Come 11” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to reveal the 8 play symbols and 3 prize symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the sum of any roll in “ROLL 1”, “ROLL 2”, and “ROLL 3” is 7 or 11, the player wins the prize indicated in the “PRIZE” box below the corresponding roll. If the sum in “BONUS ROLL” is 7 or 11, the player wins the prizes indicated in all 3 “PRIZE” boxes. A player may win up to 3 times per ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 (w/ bonus) = $5 (five dollars) or $3 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $3+ $2 (w/ bonus) = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 + $5 + $5 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10 + $5 + $5 (w/ bonus) = $20 (twenty dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $50+ $50 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 24 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $1,000 + $1,000 + $1,000 = $3,000 (three thousand dollars) R193315. “3 of a Kind” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, 3 play symbols appear in 3 rows and will be 1 of the following play symbols and confirming captions: B. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $3, $4, $5, $8, $20, $50, $100, and $500. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 EGT = $8 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 THR = $3 FFY = $50 FOR = $4 ONH = $100 FIV = $5 FHN = $500 C. A pack ticket number beginning with “300001” is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. A prize winner in the “3 of a Kind” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket holder has 3 identical play symbols in any row, column, or diagonal, the player wins the prize shown on the prize table. There may be 3 winning games on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 “7’s” in any row, column, or diagonal = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 “7’s” in any row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “7’s” in any other row, column, or diagonal = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 “8's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 “7's” in any row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “8's” in any other row, column, or diagonal = $3 (three dollars) or Match 3 “7's” in any row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “7's” in any other row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “8's” in any other row, column, or diagonal = $4 (four dollars) or Match 3 “9's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 “7's” in any row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “8's” in any other row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “9's” in any other row, column, or diagonal = $8 (eight dollars) or Match 3 “10's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 “J's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $50 (fifty dollars) or Match 3 “J's” in any row, column, or diagonal, plus match 3 “J's” in any other row, column, or diagonal = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 “Q's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $100 (one hundred dollars) Match 3 “K's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $500 (five hundred dollars) Match 3 “A's” in any row, column, or diagonal = $5,000 (five thousand dollars). R193316. “Heat Wave” Repealed A. 4 play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right portion of the ticket with “TODAY'S HIGH” printed above each play symbol, and are 1 of the following play symbols and captions: Play Symbol Caption 90 NINETY 92 NTYTWO 94 NTYFOR 96 NTYSIX 98 NTYEGT 100 ONEHUN 102 HUNTWO 104 HUNFOR 106 HUNSIX 108 HUNEGT 110 HUNTEN 112 HUNTLV 114 HUNFRN Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 25 Volume 11, Issue 1 116 HUNSXN 118 HUNEGN 120 HUNTWY B. 1 winning number symbol appears on the upperright portion of the play area with “RECORD HIGH” printed above and is 1 of the following play symbols: Play Symbol Caption 90 NINETY 92 NTYTWO 94 NTYFOR 96 NTYSIX 98 NTYEGT 100 ONEHUN 102 HUNTWO 104 HUNFOR 106 HUNSIX 108 HUNEGT 110 HUNTEN 112 HUNTLV 114 HUNFRN 116 HUNSXN 118 HUNEGN 120 HUNTWY C. A packticket number beginning with 400001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $5,000 FIVTHOU E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of “$1”, “2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$15”, “$50”, “$100”, or “$150”. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 FTN = $15 TWO = $2 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 TEN = $10 OFY = $150 F. A prize winner in the “HEAT WAVE” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 4 play symbols and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the pack ticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “TODAY'S HIGH” symbol beats the “RECORD HIGH” symbol, the player wins the prize amount directly under the winning play symbol. There may be 4 ways to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 + $5 = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $50 + $50 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $50 + $50 + $50 = $150 (one hundred fifty dollars) or $5,000 = $5,000 (five thousand dollars). R193317. “In The Chips” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the lower half of the ticket, 2 horizontal rows of 5 play symbols appear with “YOUR CHIPS” printed between the 2 rows, and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 26 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking “12”, “13”, “14”, or “15” with confirming captions. 2 play symbols appear on the upperright front of the latex area with “HOUSE CHIPS” printed above, and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, or “15” with confirming captions. B. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THREE 4 FOUR 5 FIVE 6 SIX 7 SEVEN 8 EIGHT 9 NINE 10 TEN 11 ELVEN 12 TWLVE 13 THRTN 14 FORTN 15 FIFTN C. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols and are 1 of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$4”, “$5”, “$10,” “$20”, “$40”, “$50”, “$200”, “$400”, or “$25,000” with confirming captions. Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $4 FORDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $40 FRYDOL $50 FTYDOL $200 TWOHUND $400 FORHUND $25,000 TWFTHOU D. A packticket number beginning with 500001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a “$2”, “$4”, “$5”, “$10”, “$20”, “$40”, or “$400” ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FOR = $4 FTY = $40 FIV = $5 FRH = $400 TEN = $10 F. A prize winner in the “IN THE CHIPS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to reveal the play symbols and prize symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If any play symbol under “YOUR CHIPS” matches either play symbol under “HOUSE CHIPS”, the player wins the prize shown for that game. There are 20 chances to win 10 times on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 = $4 (four dollars) or $2 + $2 = $4 (four dollars) or $4 = $4 (four dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $4 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $2 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5+ $1 + $1 +$1 +$1+ $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 27 Volume 11, Issue 1 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10 + $10 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 = $40 (forty dollars) or $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 = $40 (forty dollars) or $10 + $10 + $10 + $10 = $40 (forty dollars) or $20 + $20 = $40 (forty dollars) or $40 = $40 (forty dollars) or $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or $200 + $40 + $40 + $40 + $40 + $40 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or $200 + $200 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or $400=$400 (four hundred dollars) or $25,000 = $25,000 (twentyfive thousand dollars) R193318. “Instant Jackpot” Repealed A. Three play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in 4 rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are 1 of the following: B. The word “PRIZE” appears to the right of each row of play symbols and is 1 of the following: Play Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $500 FIVHUND $5,000 FIVTHOU C. The packticket number begins with 600001. The packticket number is located in the lowerleft side on the back of the ticket. D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $50, $100, $200, or $500 tickets. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 FFY = $50 TWO = $2 ONH = $100 FIV = $5 TWH = $200 TEN = $10 FHN = $500 E. A prize winner in the “INSTANT JACKPOT” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 12 play symbols in “PLAY 1”, “PLAY 2”, “PLAY 3”, and “PLAY 4” and the 4 prize symbols in the “PRIZE” box in “PLAY 1”, “PLAY 2”, “PLAY 3”, and “PLAY 4”. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches any 3 like play symbols in Illustration “A” in either “PLAY 1”, “PLAY 2”, “PLAY 3”, or “PLAY 4”, the ticket owner wins the prize in the corresponding “PRIZE” box. If “WIN” appears in any of the 1st 3 play spots in either “PLAY 1”, “PLAY 2”, “PLAY 3”, or “PLAY 4”, the ticket holder automatically wins the prize in the “PRIZE” box for that corresponding row. There are 4 chances to win on a ticket. The prizes in the “PRIZE” play area are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $2 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $2 + $2 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 28 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $50 + $50 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 = $200 (two hundred dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $5,000 = $5,000 (five thousand dollars) or $5,000 +$5,000+$5,000 = $15,000 (fifteen thousand dollars) “WIN” symbol will equal the amount indicated in the corresponding prize box and will be 1 of the following: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) Illustration “A” R193319. “Cactus Cash” Repealed A. Nine play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in 3 rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side of the front of the ticket and are 1 of the following: " ”, “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$20”, “$100”, or “$1,000” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 700001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption DOUBLE $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWENTY $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $4, $5, $10, $20, or $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FOR = $4 ONH = $100 FIV = $5 E. A prize winner in the “CACTUS CASH” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 9 play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches 3 like play symbols, the ticket owner wins that prize. If the player matches 3 like play symbols plus a " ”, the prize amount is doubled. There may be only 1 prize per ticket. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $1 + = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $2 + = $4 (four dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $5 + = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $10 + = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 29 Volume 11, Issue 1 R193320. “Money Bags” Repealed A. Four play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the centerright portion of the ticket with “YOUR NUMBER”, printed above each play symbol, and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” with confirming captions. One winning number symbol appears on the upperright portion of the play area with “WINNING NUMBER” printed above and is 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 800001 is located in lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. “YOUR NUMBER” play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THREE 4 FOUR 5 FIVE 6 SIX 7 SEVEN 8 EIGHT 9 NINE D. “WINNING NUMBER” play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the winning number symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THREE 4 FOUR 5 FIVE 6 SIX 7 SEVEN 8 EIGHT 9 NINE E. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $2,500 TWFHUND F. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FIV = $5 FFY = $50 ONH = $100 G. A prize winner in the “MONEY BAGS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 4 play symbols and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR NUMBER” symbol matches the “WINNING NUMBER” symbol, the player wins the prize amount directly under the play symbol. There may be 4 ways to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 + $2 + $1 = $5 (five dollars) or $3 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $2 + $3 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 + $10 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 30 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $10 +$5 + $3 + $2 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $2,500 = $2,500 (twothousand five hundred dollars) R193321. “Ace in the Hole” Repealed A. Three play symbols appear in a column in the left side of the latex area with “YOUR CARD” printed above. Three play symbols appear in the center column of the latex area with “THEIR CARD” printed above. Three prize symbols appear in the right column in the latex area with “PRIZE” printed above. A prize symbol in the lowerright portion of the latex area appears with “HOLE CARD” printed above. B. The play symbols and captions for “YOUR CARD” are as follows: C. The play symbols and captions for “THEIR CARD” are as follows: D. The play symbols and captions for “HOLE CARD” are as follows: E. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $20 TWYDOL $40 FRYDOL $250 2HUND50 $10,000 TENTHOU F. A packticket number beginning with 900001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. G. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $3, $5, $10, $15, $40, and $250. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 FTN = $15 THR = $3 FTY = $40 FIV = $5 THF = $250 H. A prize winner in the “ACE IN THE HOLE” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 3 play symbols in the column labeled “YOUR CARD”, the 3 play symbols in the column marked “THEIR CARD” and the 3 prize symbols in the column marked “PRIZE”. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR CARD” beats “THEIR CARD” in either “HAND 1”, “HAND 2”, or “HAND 3”, the player wins the prize shown in the corresponding “PRIZE” box. If an “Ace” appears in the “HOLE CARD”, the player wins the amounts of all 3 “PRIZE” boxes. There may be 3 winning games on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 = $3 (three dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $2 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 31 Volume 11, Issue 1 $5 + $5 + $5 = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $20 + $20 = $40 (forty dollars) or $40 = $40 (forty dollars) or $250 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or $10,000 = $10,000 (ten thousand dollars) R193322. “Power Play” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, 3 play symbols appear in a vertical row with “YOUR SCORE” printed above, and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, or “10” with confirming captions. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with “THEIR SCORE” printed above, and are 1 of the following: “0”, “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” with confirming captions. B. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 0 ZRO 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN C. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with “PRIZE” above and are 1 of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, or “$500” with confirming captions. D. Prize symbols and captions for “PRIZE” correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $500 FIVHUND E. One prize symbol appears directly under the play area with “BONUS BOX” printed above and are 1 of the following: “TSHIRT” or “TRY AGAIN”. The prize symbols and captions for “BONUS BOX” correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption TSHIRT TSHIRT TRY AGAIN TRY AGAIN F. A packticket number beginning with 000001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. G. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of “$1”, “$2”, “$3”, “$5”, “$8”, “$9”, “$10”, “$15”, and “$500”. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 EGT = $8 TWO = $2 NIN = $9 THR = $3 TEN = $10 FIV = $5 FTN = $15 FHN = $500 H. A prize winner in the “POWER PLAY” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as “GAME 1”, the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as “GAME 2”, and the 2 play symbols and prize symbol identified as “GAME 3”. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR SCORE” beats “THEIR SCORE” in either “GAME 1”, “GAME 2”, or “GAME 3”, the player wins the prize shown in the corresponding “PRIZE” box. There may be 3 winning games on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 = $3 (three dollars) or $1 + $2 = $3 (three dollars) or $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 32 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $1 + $2 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $2 + $5 = $8 (eight dollars) or $2 + $2 + $5 = $9 (nine dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5 + $5 = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $500 + $500 = $1,000 (onethousand dollars) or $500 + $500 + $500 = $1,500 (onethousand five hundred dollars) BONUS BOX PRIZES: TSHIRT = NHL tshirt TRY AGAIN = nonwinning ticket R193323. “Break the Bank” Repealed A. Six play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in 2 rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are 1 of the following: $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, or $1,000 with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbols Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU B. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWY = $20 TWO = $2 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 TEN = $10 C. A pack ticket number beginning with “100001” is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. A prize winner in the “Break the Bank” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches 3 identical play symbols, the player wins that amount. The prizes are as follows: Match three: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match three: $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match three: $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match three: $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match three: $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match three: $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or Match three: $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match three: $1,000 = $1,000 (onethousand dollars) R193324. “Beat the Dealer” Repealed A. Five play symbols in 2 horizontal rows appear under the latex in the play area located on the lower center portion of the ticket with “YOUR CARDS” printed above, and are 1 of the following play symbols and corresponding captions: B. One winning number symbol appears on the upperright portion of the play area with “DEALER'S CARD” printed above and is 1 of the following play symbols and corresponding captions: Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 33 Volume 11, Issue 1 C. A packticket number beginning with “200001” is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. The word “PRIZE” appears under each play symbol labeled “YOUR CARDS”. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $4 FORDOL $5 FIVEDOL $20 TWYDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $500 FIVHUND $1,000 ONETHOU $21,000 TWNTHOU E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $2, $4, $10, $20, $50, $100, $250, or $500. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: $2 = TWO $50 = FFY $4 = FOR $100 = ONH $10 = TEN $250 = THF $20 = TWY $500 = FHN F. A prize winner in the “Beat the Dealer” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 10 play symbols under the latex labeled “YOUR CARDS”, and the play symbol under the latex labeled “DEALER's CARD”. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols are not usable or playable as such. If the player's “YOUR CARDS” play symbol beats the “DEALER'S CARD” play symbol, the player wins the prize amount directly under the winning play symbol. If a " " appears in 1 of the “YOUR CARDS” play symbols, the player automatically wins double the amount indicated in the corresponding “PRIZE” box. There may be 10 chances to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 +$1 +$1 = $4 (four dollars) or $2 + = $4 (four dollars) or $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 = $10 (ten dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $2 + + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 + $1 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + = $10 (ten dollars) or $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $5 + + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 + $2 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 + $4 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 + $5+ $5 + $5 + $5 + $5 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $20 + $20 + $20 + $20 + $20 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $50 + $50 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $50 + = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 34 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 =$250 (twohundred fifty dollars) or $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 + $50 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $100 + $100 + $100 + $100 + $100 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $500 + $500 = $1,000 (onethousand dollars) or $500 + = $1,000 (onethousand dollars) or $1,000 = $1,000 (onethousand dollars) or $21,000 = $21,000 (twentyone thousand dollars) R193325. “Lucky Pair” Repealed A. Four pairs of 2 play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the lower portion of the ticket. The 1st pair has “HAND 1” printed above, the 2nd pair has “HAND 2” printed above, the 3rd pair has “HAND 3” printed above, and the 4th pair has “HAND 4” printed above. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: B. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $5,000 FIVTHOU C. A packticket number beginning with 300001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $4, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FOR = $4 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 E. A prize winner in the “LUCKY PAIRS” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 2 play symbols in “HAND 1”, the 2 play symbols in “HAND 2”, the 2 play symbols in “HAND 3”, and the 2 play symbols in “HAND 4”. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket holder uncovers 2 matching play symbols in either “HAND 1”, “HAND 2”, “HAND 3”, or “HAND 4”, the player wins the corresponding prize shown. There may be 4 winning hands on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 = $1 (one dollar) or $1 + $1 = $2 (two dollars) or $2 = $2 (two dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $1= $4 (four dollars) or $1 + $2 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 35 Volume 11, Issue 1 $3 + $2 = $5 (five dollars) or $5 + $5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $2 + $2 + $1= $10 (ten dollars) or $10 + $5 + $5 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10 + $5 + $3 + $2= $20 (twenty dollars) or $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $5,000 = $5,000 (five thousand dollars) R193326. “Win for Life” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the lower half of the ticket, 2 horizontal rows of 5 play symbols appear with “YOUR NUMBERS” printed above, and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, or “20” with confirming captions. Two play symbols appear on the upperright front of the latex area with “WINNING NUMBERS” printed above, and are 1 of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, or “20” with confirming captions. B. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN 11 ELV 12 TLV 13 THN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXT 17 SVT 18 EGN 19 NIT 20 TWY C. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols and are 1 of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$3”,“$4”, “$5”, “$10”, “$20”, “$50”, “$1,000”, or “LIFE” with confirming captions. The confirming captions are as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $3 THRDOL $4 FORDOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $50 FTYDOL $1,000 ONETHOU LIFE $1,000/MNTH D. A packticket number beginning with 400001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a “$2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$50”, or “$100” ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: TWO = $2 FFY= $50 FIV = $5 ONH= $100 TEN = $10 F. A prize winner in the “WIN FOR LIFE” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to reveal the play symbols and prize symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any potion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 36 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If any play symbol under “YOUR NUMBERS” matches either play symbol under “WINNING NUMBERS”, the player wins the prize shown directly under the play symbol. There are 20 chances to win 10 times on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1 + $1=$2 (two dollars) or $2= $2 (two dollars) or $5= $5 (five dollars) or $1 + $1 + $1 + $2=$5 (five dollars) or $1 + $2 + $2=$5 (five dollars) or $1 + $4=$5 (five dollars) or $10= $10 (ten dollars) or $1 + $2 + $2 + $5=$10 (ten dollars) or $2 +$3 + $5=$10 (ten dollars) or $5 + $5=$10 (ten dollars) or $50= $50 (fifty dollars) or $10 + $10 +$10 + $20=$50 (fifty dollars) or $10 + $20 + $20=$50 (fifty dollars) or $50 + $50=$100 (one hundred dollars) or $1,000=$1,000 (one thousand dollars) or LIFE=$1,000 (one thousand dollars/month/life (paid annually) minimum of 20 years, maximum of 60 years) G. If the winning ticket was purchased by a group of players, the group shall designate 1 of the players to sign the ticket. The “LIFE” prize will be funded by a single annuity policy. The number of payments shall be determined by the life of the person whose signature appears on the winning ticket. The Arizona State Lottery Commission shall make payment only to the person whose signature appears on the winning ticket, except as provided in A.R.S. § 5513. R193327. Frosty the Doughman Repealed A. Six play symbols appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are 1 of the following: $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100 with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbols Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND B. A packticket number beginning with 500001 is located in the lowerleft side on the back of the ticket. C. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100 winning ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWY = $20 TWO = $2 FFY = $50 FIV = $5 ONH = $100 TEN = $10 D. A prize winner in the “FROSTY THE DOUGHMAN” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 6 play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof) or the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player matches 3 like play symbols, the player wins that prize. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) R193328. “Lucky Duck” Repealed A. Nine play symbols which are contiguous to each other in 3 rows appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are 1 of the following: $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $100, $1,000, or with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbols Caption Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 37 Volume 11, Issue 1 $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $100 ONEHUND $1,000 ONETHOU DOUBLE B. A packticket number beginning with 600001 is located in the lowerleft side on the back of the ticket. C. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a $1, $2, $4, $5, $10, $20, or $100 winning ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FOR = $4 ONH = $100 FIV = $5 D. A prize winner in the “LUCKY DUCK” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the 9 play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), or the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches 3 like play symbols, he or she wins that prize. If a player uncovers a , the prize is automatically doubled. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $1 + = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $2 + = $4 (four dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $5 + = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $10 + = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) R193329. “Bonus Bingo” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, 4 play areas called “PLAYER’S CARDS” appear and are identified as “CARD 1”, “CARD 2”, “CARD 3”, and “CARD 4”. Within each “CARD”, 5 play symbols appear in a vertical row with “B” above and are 1 of the following, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, or 15. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “I” printed above, and are 1 of the following: 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, or 30. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “N” printed above, and are 1 of the following: 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, or 45. The 3rd play spot in column “N” will always be the word “FREE”. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “G” printed above, are 1 of the following: 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, or 60. Five play symbols appear in a vertical row with “O” printed above, and are 1 of the following: 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, or 75. B. In the latex area located on the left side of the ticket is a play area identified as “CALLER’S CARD”. Twentyfour play spots appear in 3 columns of 8 and are 1 of the following: B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B8, B9, B10, B11, B12, B13, B14, B15, I16, I17, I18, I19, I20, I21, I22, I23, I24, I25, I26, I27, I28, I29, I30, N31, N32, N33, N34, N35, N36, N37, N38, N39, N40, N41, N42, N43, N44, N45, G46, G47, G48, G49, G50, G51, G52, G53, G54, G55, G56, G57, G58, G59, G60, O61, O62, O63, O64, O65, O66, O67, O68, O69, O70, O71, O72, O73, O74, and O75. C. Two rows of 3 numbers appear below the “CALLER’s CARD” play spots with the words “BONUS NUMBERS” printed on the latex covering and are 1 of the following: B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B8, B9, B10, B11, B12, B13, B14, B15, I16, I17, I18, I19, I20, I21, I22, I23, I24, I25, I26, I27, I28, I29, I30, N31, N32, N33, N34, N35, N36, N37, N38, N39, N40, N41, N42, N43, N44, N45, G46, G47, G48, G49, G50, G51, G52, G53, G54, G55, G56, G57, G58, G59, G60, O61, O62, O63, O64, O65, O66, O67, O68, O69, O70, O71, O72, O73, O74, and O75. D. A packticket number beginning with 700001 is located on the lowerleft area on the back of the ticket. E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a $2, $3, $5, $10, $25, $30, $40, $50, $150, $200, or $250 ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: $2 = TWO $40 = FTY $3 = THR $50 = FFY $5 = FIV $150 = OFY $10 = TEN $200 = TWH $25 = TWF $250 = THF Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 38 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $30 = TRY F. A prize winner in the “BONUS BINGO” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the “CALLER’S CARD” play area plus the 6 “BONUS NUMBERS” on the front of the ticket to determine the play symbols. The player matches the play symbols on the “CALLER’S CARD” and “BONUS NUMBERS” area to the play symbols on the 4 “PLAYER’S CARDS”. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), nor the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player matches 5 consecutive play symbols on 1 of the 4 “PLAYER’S CARDS” in any horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line as shown in illustration number 1 on the back of each “BONUS BINGO” instant game and Exhibit A, matches play symbols in all 4 corners in 1 of the 4 “PLAYER’S CARDS” as shown in illustration number 2 on the back of each “BONUS BINGO” card and Exhibit B, or matches 5 consecutive play symbols in both diagonals forming an “X” in any 1 of the 4 cards as shown in illustration number 3 on the back of each “BONUS BINGO” instant game and Exhibit C, the player wins the prize amount indicated on the appropriate winning “PLAYER’S CARD.” Players can win up to 4 times on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 1 = $2 (two dollars) or horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 2 = $3 (three dollars) or horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 1 plus Card 2 = $5 (five dollars) or horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 3 = $10 (ten dollars) or horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, Card 4= $25 (twentyfive dollars) or horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line, on Card 1, plus Card 2, plus Card 4 = $30 (thirty dollars) or horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on Card 1, plus Card 2, plus Card 3, plus Card 4 = $40 (forty dollars) or 4 corners, Card 2 = $50 (fifty dollars) or both diagonal lines (“X”), Card 1 = $150 (one hundred fifty dollars) or 4 corners on Card 1, plus 4 corners on Card 3, plus a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on Card 4 = $200 (two hundred dollars) or 4 corners on Card 2, plus both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 1 = $200 (two hundred dollars) or 4 corners on Card 4 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or 4 corners on Card 1, plus Card 2, plus Card 3, plus a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on Card 4 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 2 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 3 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars or) both diagonal lines (“X”) on Card 4 = $10,000 (ten thousand) dollars Exhibit A. Line LINE 1  Match all Bingo numbers in a complete horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line to win $2 to $25. B I N G O O O O FREE O O O O O O O O Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 39 Volume 11, Issue 1 R193350. Reserved Repealed R193361. “Top 10” Repealed A. Under the latex in the play area located on the right side of the ticket, ten play symbols appear in two vertical rows of five with “YOUR NUMBER” printed above and are one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10” “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, or “19” with confirming captions. Ten prize symbols appear in two vertical rows of five each with “PRIZE $” printed above and are one of the following: “FREE”, “$1.00”, “$2.00”, “$4.00”, “$5.00”, “$20.00”, “$50.00”, “$100”, “$500” or “$1,000” with confirming captions. One winning number symbol appears on the upper right front of the ticket with “WINNING NUMBER” printed above and is one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10” “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, or “19” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 500001 is located in the lower left side on the back of the ticket. C. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN Exhibit B. 4 Corners 4 CORNERS 2  Match all Bingo numbers in all 4 corners to win $25 to $250. B I N G O O O FREE O O Exhibit C. “X” “X” 3  Match all Bingo numbers that make a complete “X” (8 numbers and “FREE” space) to win $150 to $10,000. B I N G O O O O O FREE O O O O Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 40 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking 11 ELV 12 TWL 13 TRN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXN 17 STN 18 ETN 19 NTN D. Winning number symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the winning number symbols as follows: Winning # Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN 11 ELV 12 TWL 13 TRN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXN 17 STN 18 ETN 19 NTN E. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption FREE TICKET $1.00 ONE DOL $2.00 TWO DOL $4.00 FOUR DOL $5.00 FIVE DOL $20.00 TWY DOL $50.00 FTY DOL $100 ONE HUND $500 FIV HUND $1,000 ONE THOU F. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a TICKET, $2.00, $4.00, $5.00, $10.00, or $20.00. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: TIC = FREE TICKET TWO = $2 FOR = $4 FIV = $5 TEN = $10 TWY = $20 G. “Top 10” game tickets shall sell for no more than $2.00. H. A prize winner in the “TOP 10” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the ten play symbols, the ten prize symbols, and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner’s “YOUR NUMBER” symbol matches the “WINNING NUMBER” symbol, he or she wins the prize directly to the right of the play symbol. There may be ten winning matches on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: FREE = FREE TICKET or $1.00 x 2 = $2 (two dollars) or Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 41 Volume 11, Issue 1 $2.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $1.00 x 4 = $4 (four dollars) or $2.00 x 2 = $4 (four dollars) or $4.00 = $4 (four dollars) or $5.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 x 5 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 x 10 = $10 (ten dollars) or $2.00 x 5 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5.00 x 2 = $10 (ten dollars) or $2.00 x 10 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $4.00 x 5 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $5.00 x 10 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $20.00 x 5 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $50.00 x 2 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $50.00 x 5 = $250 (two hundred fifty dollars) or $50.00 x 10 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $100 x 5 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $500 x 2 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) or $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) or $1,000 x 10 = $10,000 (ten thousand dollars). R193369. “Cash Giveaway” Repealed A. Two play symbols, which are contiguous to each other, appear under the latex in the play area located on the lower front of the ticket with “YOUR $” printed above and are one of the following: “1”, “2,” “3,” “4,” “5,” “6,” “7,” “8,” or “9” with confirming captions. One winning number symbol appears on the upper right front of the ticket with “KEY” printed above and is one of the following: “1”, “2,” “3,” “4,” “5,” “6,” “7,” “8,” or “9” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 900001 is located in the lower center portion on the back of the ticket. C. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN D. Winning number symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the winning number symbols as follows: KEY Winning # Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN E. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1.00 ONE DOL $2.00 TWO DOL $4.00 FOR DOL $50.00 FTY DOL $100 ONE HUN F. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a $1.00, $2.00, $4.00, or $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 42 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking ONE = $1 TWO = $2 FOR = $4 ONH = $100 G. A prize winner in the “CASH GIVEAWAY” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the two play symbols and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner’s “YOUR $” symbol matches the “KEY” winning number symbol, he or she wins the prize directly under the play symbol. There may be two winning matches on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1.00 $1 (one dollar) or $2.00 $2 (two dollars) or $1.00 x 2 $2 (two dollars) or $2.00 x 2 $4 (four dollars) or $4.00 $4 (four dollars) or $50.00 x 2 $100 (one hundred dollars) or $100 $100 (one hundred dollars) R193387. “Winning 20” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the lower half of the ticket, two horizontal rows of five play symbols appear with YOUR NUMBERS printed between the two rows and are one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, or “20”, with confirming captions. Two play symbols appear on the upper right front of the latex area with WINNING NUMBERS printed above and are one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”. “10”, “11”, “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18”, “19”, or “20” with confirming captions. B. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN 11 ELV 12 TLV 13 THN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXT 17 SVT 18 EGN 19 NIT 20 TWY C. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols and are one of the following: “$1.00”, “$2.00”, “$4.00”, “$5.00”, “$10.00”, “$20.00”, “$40.00”, “$50.00”, “$200”, “$400”, or “$20,000”, with confirming captions. The confirming captions are as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1.00 ONEDOL $2.00 TWODOL $4.00 FOURDOL $5.00 FIVEDOL $10.00 TENDOL $20.00 TWENTY $40.00 FRYDOL $50.00 FTYDOL $200. TWOHUND Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 43 Volume 11, Issue 1 $400. FORHUND $20,000 TWYTHOU D. A packticket number beginning with 700001 is located in the lower left portion on the back of the ticket. E. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a “$2.00”, “$4.00”, “$5.00”, “$10.00”, “$20.00”, “$40.00”, or “$400.”, ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: TWO = $2 FOR = $4 FIV = $5 TEN = $10 TWY = $20 FTY = $40 FRH = $400 F. A prize winner in the “WINNING 20” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to reveal the play symbols and prize symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If any play symbol matches the prize symbol, the player wins the prize shown for that game. There are 20 chances to win ten ways on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1.00 + $1.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $2.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00= $4 (four dollars) or $2.00 + $2.00 = $4 (four dollars) or $4.00 = $4 (four dollars) or $5.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 + $4.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 + $1.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5.00 + $5.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or $10.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10.00 + $10.00 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $20.00 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $5.00 + $5.00 + $5.00 + $5.00 + $5.00 + $5.00 + $5.00 + $5.00 = $40 (forty dollars) or $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 + $4.00 = $40 (forty dollars) or $10.00 + $10.00 + $10.00 + $10.00= $40 (forty dollars) or $20.00 + $20.00 = $40 (forty dollars) or $40.00 = $40 (forty dollars) or $50.00 + $50.00 + $50.00 + $50.00 + $50.00 + $50.00 + $50.00 + $50.00 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or $200 + $40.00 +$40.00 +$40.00 + $40.00 + $40.00 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 44 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking $200 + $200 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or $400 = $400 (four hundred dollars) or $20,000 = $20,000 (twenty thousand dollars). R193388. “Blackjack” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, three play symbols appear in a vertical row with YOUR HAND printed above and are one of the following: “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18,” “19”, “20”, or “21” with confirming captions. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with DEALER’S HAND printed above and are one of the following: “12”, “13”, “14”, “15”, “16”, “17”, “18,” “19”, or “20” with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 12 TLV 13 THN 14 FRN 15 FTN 16 SXT 17 SVT 18 EGN 19 NIT 20 TWY 21 TYN B. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with PRIZE BOX printed above and are one of the following: “$1.00”, “$2.00”, “$5.00”, “$1,000”, or “$21,000” with confirming captions as follows: Play Symbol Caption $1.00 ONEDOL $2.00 TWODOL $5.00 FIVEDOL $1,000 ONETHOU $21,000 TYNTHOU C. A packticket number beginning with 800001 is located in the lower left portion on the back of the ticket. D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a “$1.00”, “$2.00”, “$5.00”, “$10.00”, or “$15.00” ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWO = $2 FIV = $5 TEN = $10 FTN = $15 E. A prize winner in the “BLACKJACK” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the two play symbols and prize symbol identified as GAME 1, the two play symbols and prize symbol identified as GAME 2, and the two play symbols and prize symbol identified as GAME 3. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof) nor the validation number (or any portion thereof), are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player’s YOUR HAND beats DEALER’S HAND in either GAME 1, GAME 2, OR GAME 3, the player wins the prize shown for that game. There may be three winning games on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1.00 = $1 (one dollar) or $1.00 + $1.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $2.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $5.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $1.00 + $2.00 + $2.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $5.00 + $5.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5.00 + $5.00 +$5.00 = $15 (fifteen dollars) or $1,000 = $1,000 (one thousand dollars) or $21,000 = $21,000 (twentyone thousand dollars). Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 45 Volume 11, Issue 1 R193389. “Cash Splash” Repealed A. Nine play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in three rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are one of the following: “$1.00”, “$2.00”, “$5.00”, “$10.00”, “$100.”, or “$500,” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 900001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption $1.00 ONEDOL $2.00 TWODOL $5.00 FIVEDOL $10.00 TENDOL $100. ONEHUND $500. FIVEHUND D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $100, or $500. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TWO = $2 FIV = $5 TEN = $10 ONH = $100 FHN = $500 E. A prize winner in the “CASH SPLASH” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the nine play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches three like play symbols, he or she wins that prize. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1.00 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $2.00 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $5.00 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $10.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or Match 3 $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars). R193390. “Fast Money” Repealed A. Four play symbols, which are in a horizontal row, appear under the latex in the play area located on the center right portion of the ticket with “YOUR NUMBER” printed above each play symbol and are one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” with confirming captions. One winning number symbol appears on the upperright portion of the play area with “WINNING NUMBER” printed above and is one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 000001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN D. Winning number symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the winning number symbols as follows: Winning Number Symbols Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 46 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN E. Prize symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the prize symbols as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1.00 ONEDOL $2.00 TWODOL $3.00 THRDOL $5.00 FIVEDOL $10.00 TENDOL $50.00 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND $2,000 TWOTHOU F. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1.00, $2.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00, or $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FIV = $5 FFY = $50 ONH = $100 G. A prize winner in the “FAST MONEY” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the four play symbols and the winning number symbol. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player’s “YOUR NUMBER” symbol matches the “WINNING NUMBER” symbol, the player wins the prize amount directly under the play symbol. There may be four ways to win on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: $1.00 = $1 (one dollar) or $2.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $2.00 + $2.00 + $1.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $3.00 + $2.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $5.00 + $5.00 = $10 (ten dollars) or $5.00 +$2.00 + $2.00 + $1.00= $10 (ten dollars) or $5.00 + $5.00 + $10.00 = $20 (twenty dollars) or $10.00 + $5.00 + $3.00 + $2.00= $20 (twenty dollars) or $50.00 = $50 (fifty dollars) or $100.00 = $100 (one hundred dollars) or $2,000 = $2,000 (twothousand dollars). R193391. “3’s for the Dough” Repealed A. Nine play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in three rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are one of the following: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 1 ONE 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN B. A packticket number beginning with 100001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $13.00, $33.00, or $333. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: $1 = ONE $13 = THN $2 = TWO $33 = TRR $3 = THR $333 = THT Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 47 Volume 11, Issue 1 D. A prize winner in the “3’s FOR THE DOUGH” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the nine play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player has three “3” play symbols in any one row, column, or the upperleft to lowerright diagonal, he or she wins the prize indicated. A player may win only one time on a ticket. The prizes are as follows: Right Column = $1 (one dollar) or Center Column = $2 (two dollars) or Left Column = $3 (three dollars) or Top Row = $13 (thirteen dollars) or Center Row = $33 (thirtythree dollars) or Bottom Row = $333 (three hundred thirtythree dollars) or Upperleft to lower right diagonal= $3,333 (three thousand three hundred thirtythree dollars). R193392. “Double Dice” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, three play symbols appear in a vertical row with YOUR ROLL printed above and are one of the following: “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, “11”, or “12” with confirming captions. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with HOUSE ROLL printed above and are one of the following: “2”, “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”, “7”, “8”, “9”, “10”, or “11” with confirming captions. The play symbol captions correspond with and verify the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption 2 TWO 3 THR 4 FOR 5 FIV 6 SIX 7 SVN 8 EGT 9 NIN 10 TEN 11 ELV 12 TLV B. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with PRIZE printed above and are one of the following: “$1.00”, “$2.00”, “$5.00”, “$10.00”, or “$500” with confirming captions as follows: Symbols Caption $1.00 ONEDOL $2.00 TWODOL $5.00 FIVEDOL $10.00 TENDOL $500. FIVHUND C. A packticket number beginning with 200001 is located in the lower left portion on the back of the ticket. D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of a $1.00, $2.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00 or $500 ticket. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FIV = $5 FHN = $500 E. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with BONUS BUCKS printed above and are one of the following: “$$”, “ ”, “ ”. “ ”, “ ”, or “ ” with confirming captions: Symbol Caption $$ DBLE BELL CHRY ORNG STAR BARR Volume 11, Issue 1 Page 48 January 3, 2005 Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking F. A prize winner in the “DOUBLE DICE” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the two play symbols and prize symbol identified as GAME 1, the two play symbols and prize symbol identified as GAME 2, and the two play symbols and prize symbol identified as GAME 3. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols or prize symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the player’s YOUR ROLL beats HOUSE ROLL in either GAME 1, GAME 2, or GAME 3, he or she wins the prize shown for that game. If the BONUS BUCKS play symbol is “$$”, the player wins twice the amount of the PRIZE spot. There may be three ways to win. The prizes are as follows: $1.00 = $1 (one dollar) or $1.00 + $$ = $2 (two dollars) or $2.00 = $2 (two dollars) or $5.00 = $5 (five dollars) or $5.00 + $$ = $10 (ten dollars) or $10.00 + $$ = $20 (twenty dollars) or $500 = $500 (five hundred dollars) or $500 + $$ = $1,000 (one thousand dollars). R193393. “Scratch, Match, & Win” Repealed A. Nine play symbols, which are contiguous to each other in three rows, appear under the latex in the play area located on the right side on the front of the ticket and are one of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$10”, “$20”, “$50”, or “$100” with confirming captions. B. A packticket number beginning with 300001 is located in the lowerleft portion on the back of the ticket. C. Play symbol captions correspond with and verify each of the play symbols as follows: Play Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $10 TENDOL $20 TWYDOL $50 FTYDOL $100 ONEHUND D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, or $100. The retailer validation code which corresponds with and verifies each of these winners is as follows: ONE = $1 TEN = $10 TWO = $2 TWY = $20 FIV = $5 FFY = $50 ONH = $100 E. A prize winner in the “SCRATCH, MATCH & WIN” instant game is determined by removing the latex from the play area on the front of the ticket to determine the nine play symbols. Neither the retailer validation code (or any portion thereof), the packticket number (or any portion thereof), nor the validation number (or any portion thereof) are play symbols and are not usable or playable as such. If the ticket owner matches three like play symbols, he or she wins that prize. The prizes are as follows: Match 3 $1 = $1 (one dollar) or Match 3 $2 = $2 (two dollars) or Match 3 $5 = $5 (five dollars) or Match 3 $10 = $10 (ten dollars) or Match 3 $20 = $20 (twenty dollars) or Match 3 $50 = $50 (fifty dollars) or Match 3 $100 = $100 (one hundred dollars) R193394. “Aces High” Repealed A. In the latex play area located on the right side of the ticket, three play symbols appear in a vertical row with “YOUR CARD” printed above and can be one of the play symbols displayed in Exhibit A. Three play symbols appear in a vertical row with “HOUSE CARD” printed above and can be one of the play symbols viewed in Exhibit B. B. Three prize symbols appear in a vertical row with “PRIZE” printed above and are one of the following: “$1”, “$2”, “$5”, “$15”, “$50”, and “$500” with confirming captions. The prize symbols and confirming captions are as follows: Prize Symbol Caption $1 ONEDOL $2 TWODOL $5 FIVEDOL $15 FTNDOL Arizona Administrative Register / Secretary of State Notices of Proposed Rulemaking January 3, 2005 Page 49 Volume 11, Issue 1 $50 FTYDOL $500 FIVHUND C. A packticket number is located on the lowerleft side of the back of the ticket and begins with 400001. D. The retailer validation code verifies instant winners of $1, $2, $5, $10, $15, $50, $100, $1 