New York Racing, Pari-mutuel Wagering and Breeding Law
Commercial Gaming Revenue Fund
1. The commission shall pay into an account, to be known as the commercial gaming revenue fund as established pursuant to section ninety-seven-nnnn of the state finance law, under the joint custody of the comptroller and the commissioner of taxation and finance, all taxes and fees imposed by this article; any interest and penalties imposed by the commission relating to those taxes; the appropriate percentage of the value of expired gaming related obligations; all penalties levied and collected by the commission; and the appropriate funds, cash or prizes forfeited from gambling activity.
2. The commission shall require at least monthly deposits by the licensee of any payments pursuant to section one thousand three hundred fifty-one of this article, at such times, under such conditions, and in such depositories as shall be prescribed by the state comptroller. The deposits shall be deposited to the credit of the commercial gaming revenue fund as established by section ninety-seven-nnnn of the state finance law. The commission may require a monthly report and reconciliation statement to be filed with it on or before the tenth day of each month, with respect to gross revenues and deposits received and made, respectively, during the preceding month.