S.D. Admin. R. 20:18:20:06 - Specifications for tokens

One-dollar tokens must be disk-shaped and must measure from 1.459 through 1.474 inches in diameter and from .095 through .115 inch thick, and, if the token has reeds or serrations on it edges, the number of reeds or serrations must not exceed 150. Five-dollar tokens must be disk-shaped and must measure from 1.740 through 1.760 inches in diameter and from .110 through .130 inch thick. Ten-dollar tokens must be disk-shaped and must measure from 1.695 through 1.705 inches in diameter and from 0.133 through 0.140 inch thick. Twenty-five dollar tokens must be disk-shaped and must measure from 1.645 through 1.875 inches in diameter and from 0.093 through 0.106 inch thick. One-hundred-dollar tokens must be disk-shaped and must measure from 1.595 through 1.605 inches in diameter and from 0.077 through 0.092 inch thick.

Tokens must not be manufactured from material possessing sufficient magnetic properties to allow it to be accepted by a coin mechanism other than that of a slot machine. Tokens may not be manufactured from a three-layered material consisting of a copper-nickel alloy clad on both sides of a pure copper core nor from a copper-based material unless the total of zinc, nickel, aluminum, magnesium, and other alloying materials is at least 20 percent of the token's weight.

Notes

S.D. Admin. R. 20:18:20:06
16 SDR 157, effective October 1, 1989; 18 SDR 9, effective July 23, 1991; 27 SDR 73, effective January 30, 2001.

General Authority: SDCL 42-7B-7, 42-7B-11(13).

Law Implemented: SDCL 42-7B-7, 42-7B-11(13), 42-7B-14, 42-7B-15.

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