CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
18-4906. Lottery insurance. Every person who insures or receives consideration for insuring for or against the drawing of any ticket in any lottery whatever, whether drawn, or to be drawn within this state or not, or who receives any valuable consideration upon any agreement to pay any sum, or deliver the same, or any other property, if any lottery ticket or number of any ticket in any lottery shall prove fortunate or unfortunate, or shall be drawn or not drawn, at any particular time, in any particular order, or who promises or agrees to pay any sum of money, or deliver any goods, things in action, or property, or forbear to do anything for the benefit of any person, with or without consideration, upon any event or contingency dependent on the drawing of any ticket in any lottery, or who publishes any notice or proposal of any of the purposes aforesaid, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
[18-4906, added 1972, ch. 336, sec. 1, p. 946.]