NUISANCES IN GENERAL
52-106. Moral nuisances — Building where gambling is carried on. Any building, place, or the ground itself, wherein or whereon gambling or any game of chance for money, checks, credit or other representatives of value is carried on or takes place, or gambling paraphernalia is kept, or any notice, sign or device advertising or indicating the existence or presence of such gambling or any game of chance is displayed or exposed to view, is declared a moral nuisance and shall be enjoined and abated as provided by law.
[52-106, added 1976, ch. 82, sec. 2, p. 274.]