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Title 52 - Amusements and Athletic Contests

CHAPTER 17

Bingo Games [Repealed]

SECTIONS 52-17-10, 52-17-20. Repealed by 1989 Act No. 188, Section 3(A).

Editor's Note

Former Sections 52-17-10 and 52-17-20 were derived from 1980 Act No. 496, Sections 1, 2.

Former Section 52-17-10 contained definitions applicable to the provisions governing bingo games. Similar provisions are now contained in section 12-21-3320.

Former Section 52-17-20 specified the conditions under which a bingo game would not be deemed a lottery. Similar provisions can now be found in section 12-21-3330.

Section 3(B) of 1989 Act No. 188, effective October 1, 1989, provides as follows:

"All persons or organizations subject to those provisions of law repealed by subsection (A) of this section are liable for all taxes and fees for periods remaining within the applicable statute of limitations."

Section 4 of 1989 Act No. 188, effective June 6, 1989, provides as follows:

"Licenses in effect on October 1, 1989, remain valid until their expiration and no holder of such a license may apply for renewal between the effective date of this section and October 1, 1989."

SECTION 52-17-25. Repealed by 1989 Act No. 188, Section 3(A).

Editor's Note

Former Section 52-17-25, which was derived from 1982 Act No. 466, Part II, Section 47, prohibited any transfer of a bingo license and the employment of certain persons convicted of crimes or violations, and provided penalties for violating this section. Similar provisions can now be found in Sections 12-21-3400 and 12-21-3470.

SECTIONS 52-17-30 to 52-17-60. Repealed by 1989 Act No. 188, Section 3(A).

Editor's Note

Former Sections 52-17-30 to 52-17-60 were derived from 1980 Act No. 496, Sections 3-5A.

Former Section 52-17-30 specified the manner of playing bingo. Similar provisions can now be found in section 12-21-3410. Former Section 52-17-40 specified the procedures for conducting bingo games. Similar provisions can now be found in section 12-21-3420. Former Section 52-17-50 provided that bingo played under certain conditions would be deemed a lottery. Similar provisions can now be found in section 12-21-3330. Former Section 52-17-60 prohibited the attorney general from promulgating regulations relative to bingo games.

Section 3(B) of 1989 Act No. 188, effective October 1, 1989, provides as follows:

"All persons or organizations subject to those provisions of law repealed by subsection (A) of this section are liable for all taxes and fees for periods remaining within the applicable statute of limitations."

Section 4 of 1989 Act No. 188, effective June 6, 1989, provides as follows:

"Licenses in effect on October 1, 1989, remain valid until their expiration and no holder of such a license may apply for renewal between the effective date of this section and October 1, 1989."

SECTIONS 52-17-70 to 52-17-90. Repealed by 1989 Act No. 188, Section 3(A).

Editor's Note

Former Sections 52-17-70 to 52-17-90 were derived from 1987 Act No. 202, Sections 4, 6, 8.

Former Section 52-17-70 required the filing of monthly bingo game reports. Similar provisions can now be found in section 12-21-3500. Former Section 52-17-80 specified the permissible uses of profits derived from bingo games. Similar provisions can now be found in section 12-21-3490.

Former Section 52-17-90 prohibited the participation of persons convicted of crimes or offenses in bingo game operations. Similar provisions can now be found in section 12-21-3470.

Section 3(B) of 1989 Act No. 188, effective October 1, 1989, provides as follows:

"All persons or organizations subject to those provisions of law repealed by subsection (A) of this section are liable for all taxes and fees for periods remaining within the applicable statute of limitations."

Section 4 of 1989 Act No. 188, effective June 6, 1989, provides as follows:

"Licenses in effect on October 1, 1989, remain valid until their expiration and no holder of such a license may apply for renewal between the effective date of this section and October 1, 1989."




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