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Gambling; obscene shows; state police enforcement
Agriculture & Markets (AGM) CHAPTER 69, ARTICLE 24
§ 288. Gambling; obscene shows; state police enforcement. No immoral,
lewd, obscene or indecent show or exhibition, and no gambling device or
devices, instrument or contrivance in the operation of which bets are
laid or wagers made, wheel of fortune, or game of chance, shall be
permitted upon the grounds during the annual meeting, fair or exposition
of any county agricultural society or town or other agricultural
society, and it shall be the duty of the state police to enforce this
prohibition. This prohibition shall not be construed to prohibit horse
racing, tests or trials of skill, or raffles as defined in article
nine-A of the general municipal law.