36.05.03.07

.07 Drop at an Open Table Game.

A. When a table game being dropped is to remain open for gaming activity, the dealer or boxperson assigned to the gaming table shall count the value chips, coins, and plaques remaining in the table inventory at the time of the drop and record the amount on a Table Inventory Slip.

B. The floorperson who is responsible for supervising the table game at the time of the drop shall observe the count required under §A of this regulation.

C. The dealer or boxperson assigned to the table, and the floorperson who observed the dealer or boxperson count the contents of the table inventory, shall attest to the accuracy of the information recorded on the Table Inventory Slip by signing the Table Inventory Slip.

D. After the Table Inventory Slip is signed as required under §C of this regulation:

(1) The dealer or boxperson shall deposit the original copy of the Table Inventory Slip in the drop box that is attached to the gaming table immediately before the drop box is removed from the gaming table as part of the drop; and

(2) The dealer or boxperson shall deposit the duplicate copy of the Table Inventory Slip in the drop box that is attached to the gaming table immediately after the removal of the drop box that is removed from the gaming table as part of the drop.