/ (F) A raffle or a casino night charity game shall be conducted only by a qualified and authorized charitable organization through its bona fide officers and members who volunteer their time and receive no compensation for their services. Food and beverages served to and consumed by volunteers or staff of the sponsoring organization during a raffle or a casino night charity game are not compensation. No member, director, officer, employee or agent of the charitable organization may receive any direct or indirect pecuniary benefit other than being able to participate in the raffle on a basis equal to all other participants. Full time staff of a charitable organization may receive their regular and ordinary compensation, but that compensation shall not be paid from the gross or net receipts of a raffle or casino night charity event. /
Amend the bill further, as and if amended, in Section 33-57-150, as contained in SECTION 1, page 7, by striking lines 16-18 in their entirety and inserting the following:
/ Section 33-57-150. Expenses that are reasonable and necessary to operate and conduct raffles or casino night charity games, as authorized by this chapter, are allowable, but no member, director, officer, employee or agent of a charitable organization may receive any direct or indirect pecuniary benefit from payment of expenses related to the operation or conduct of a raffle or casino night charity game event. Allowable expenses include only expenses incurred for: /
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