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    N.Y. PEN. LAW § 225.30 : NY Code - Section 225.30: Possession of a gambling device
    a.  A  person  is guilty of possession of a gambling device when, with  knowledge of the character  thereof,  he  or  she  manufactures,  sells,  transports,   places   or  possesses,  or  conducts  or  negotiates  any transaction affecting or designed to affect ownership,  custody  or  use of:
        1.  A  slot  machine,  unless such possession is permitted pursuant to article nine-A of the general municipal law; or
        2. Any other gambling device, believing that the same is to be used in the advancement of unlawful gambling activity; or
        3. A coin operated gambling device with intent to use such  device  in  the advancement of unlawful gambling activity.
        b.  Possession  of  a  slot  machine  shall not be unlawful where such possession and use is pursuant to a gaming compact, duly executed by the  governor and  an  Indian  tribe  or  Nation,  under  the  Indian  Gaming
      Regulatory  Act,  as  codified  at 25 U.S.C.
        Possession of a gambling device is a class A misdemeanor.

    When I was young gambling devices were officially destroyed in a fashion Elliot Ness would have enjoyed.

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