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In all suits under this chapter, the plaintiff may call upon the defendant to answer, on oath, any interrogatory touching the case in the manner and form prescribed by the rules of civil procedure, and if the defendant shall refuse to answer, the same shall be taken as confessed; but such answer shall not be admitted as evidence against such person in any criminal proceedings by indictment or by information. A person advances gambling activity if, having substantial proprietary control or other authoritative control over premises being used with his knowledge for purposes of gambling activity, he permits that activity to occur or continue or makes no effort to prevent its occurrence or continuation. Any action for money or property brought under this chapter shall be commenced within three months from the time the right of action accrued, and not afterward. Conduct of this nature includes but is not limited to conduct directed toward the creation or establishment of the particular game, lottery, contest, scheme, device or activity involved, toward the acquisition or maintenance of premises, paraphernalia, equipment or apparatus therefor, toward the solicitation or inducement of persons to participate therein, toward the actual conduct of the playing phases thereof, toward the arrangement or communication of any of its financial or recording phases, or toward any other phase of its operation.Forget speed dating, classified personals, or other dating sites or chat rooms, DH is the best!Sign up on the 100% free online dating site that can help you find sexy local singles today!
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A person who engages in "" if, other than as a player, he accepts or receives money or other property pursuant to an agreement or understanding with any person whereby he participates or is to participate in the proceeds of gambling activity; 11) "" means a gambling device that as a result of the insertion of a coin or other object operates, either completely automatically or with the aid of some physical act by the player, in such a manner that, depending upon elements of chance, it may eject something of value. Possession of gambling records in the first degree. Any forfeited gambling device or record not needed in connection with any proceedings under this chapter and which has no legitimate use shall be ordered publicly destroyed. It shall be an affirmative defense to any prosecution under this chapter relating to slot machines, if the defendant shows that the slot machine is an antique slot machine and was not operated for gambling purposes while in the defendant's possession.