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9. Proof of playing for stakes unnecessary.

It shall not be necessary, in order to convict any person of keeping a common gaming-house, or of being concerned in the management of any common gaming- house, to prove that any person found playing at any game was playing for any money, wager or stake.

Public Gambling Act, 1867 Back

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