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     42-7B-11.   Powers of commission. The commission may promulgate rules pursuant to chapter 1-26 to enable the commission to:
             (1)      Issue licenses, oversee, and define the gaming contracts of the licensees. Any license issued pursuant to this chapter is conditioned upon a specific waiver of all state and federal constitutional or statutory rights of privacy regarding gaming equipment, the licensed premises, all books, papers, computers, and information storage devices of any kind wherever located;
             (2)      Inspect and examine without notice all premises where gaming is conducted or gaming devices or equipment are located, sold, distributed, or stored;
             (3)      Seize and remove without notice or hearing from the premises and impound any gaming equipment or supplies for the purpose of examination and inspection;
             (4)      At any time day or night, inspect, examine, and photocopy or remove and impound all papers, books, and records of applicants and licensees and require verification of income, and all matters affecting the enforcement of the provisions of this chapter;
             (5)      Contract for such legal counsel to advise it as it may choose;
             (6)      Suspend for cause any gaming license;
             (7)      Require any applicant for a license as an operator or a retailer to disclose any pecuniary interest in the applicant by any person;
             (8)      Carry out such duties as may be imposed upon the state as a result of a compact entered into under the authority of the federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, provided the cost of performance of such duties is adequately funded by payments made available to the commission under the compact;
             (9)      Permit the executive secretary to issue or deny support licenses;
             (10)      Grant a license with special conditions or a license for a limited period, or both;
             (11)      Establish a procedure for establishing the suitability or unsuitability of persons and acts or practices;
             (12)      Regulate the manufacture of gaming devices and equipment for exportation outside this state;
             (13)      Establish procedures and regulations relating to corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, affiliated companies and affiliates including the issuance, revocation, and suspension of licenses, and procedures generally to regulate gaming activities;
             (14)      Permit the executive secretary to enter into contracts and memorandums of understanding with regulatory agencies of other states and countries for the purpose of conducting background investigations of applicants;
             (15)      Permit the executive secretary to approve the transfer of a license stamp between licensed operators;
             (16)      Permit the executive secretary to renew licenses issued by the commission, to approve additional retail licenses to a person who holds at least one retail license in good standing, and to approve the assignment of the locations of retail licenses in good standing, all subject to the approval of the commission at the commission's next regular meeting.

Source: SL 1989, ch 374, § 9; SL 1990, ch 343, § 12; SL 1993, ch 321, § 16; SL 1995, ch 245, § 2; SL 1997, ch 244, § 1; SL 2012, ch 205, § 1.


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