Gaming and Lotteries Act, 1956

Prohibition on taking or sending money or documents out of State.

34.—(1) No person shall take or send or attempt to take or send out of the State any ticket, counterfoil or coupon for use in a lottery or any money for the purchase of, or any money representing the purchase-price of, a ticket or chance in a lottery or a prize won in a lottery, or any document relating to the purchase or sale of, or indicating the identity of the holder of, any such ticket or chance.

(2) This section does not apply to the export of tickets, coupons, counterfoils and other documents printed in the State for the promoters of a lottery promoted and conducted wholly outside the State.

(3) Where a lottery is promoted in accordance with a licence for a beneficiary outside the State, this section shall not prohibit the taking or sending out of the State, to a person acting on behalf of the beneficiary, of documents relating to the lottery when the prize-winners have been determined.