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From which the person obtains substantial income or resources. (b) "Pyramid distribution plan" means any program utilizing a pyramid or chain process by which a participant gives a valuable consideration for the opportunity to receive compensation or things of value in return for inducing other persons to become participants in the program; and "Compensation" does not mean payment based on sales of goods or services to persons who are not participants in the scheme, and who are not purchasing in order to participate in the scheme. Except as provided in Chapter 18C of the General Statutes or in Part 2 of this Article, any person or organization that operates any game of chance or any person who plays at or bets on any game of chance at which any money, property or other thing of value is bet, whether the same be in stake or not, shall be guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor. Except as provided in Chapter 18C of the General Statutes or in G. 14 292, all moneys or other property or thing of value exhibited for the purpose of alluring persons to bet on any game, or used in the conduct of any such game, including any motor vehicle used in the conduct of a lottery within the purview of G. 14 291.1, shall be liable to be seized by any court of competent jurisdiction or by any person acting under its warrant. (c) Any video machine, the operation of which is made lawful by subsection (b)(2) of this section, shall have affixed to it in view of the player a sticker informing that person that it is a criminal offense with the potential of imprisonment to pay more than that which is allowed by law. (h) Proximity to Other Locations Regulated; Permanent Building Required.
14 304 through 14 309 is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor for the first offense, and is guilty of a Class H felony for a second offense and a Class G felony for a third or subsequent offense.
- The owner of each machine or the agent of that owner shall report each calendar quarter to the Department of Revenue, under oath on a form provided by that Department, the total amount of gross receipts itemized by each machine, the number of machines at that location, and the total value of prizes and merchandise awarded to players of each machine at that location.
The report shall be filed by the fifteenth day of the month after the quarter ends.
To qualify for an exemption under this subsection, the machines must be disabled and not operable, unless the machines are located on Indian land where they may be lawfully operated under a Tribal State Compact. - It is unlawful to warehouse any video gaming machine except in conjunction with the activities permitted under subsection (l) of this section. - This section does not make any activities of a federally recognized Indian Tribe unlawful or against public policy, which are lawful for any federally recognized Indian Tribe under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, Public Law 100 497. - This section does not preempt any more restrictive ordinance lawfully adopted under Article 18 of Chapter 153A of the General Statutes or under Article 19 of Chapter 160A of the General Statutes.
(p) No person who has been convicted: (1) Once under G. 14 309(a) may possess any video gaming machine as defined in G.