2010 Maryland Code
Subtitle 3 - Slot Machines
Section 12-306 - Same - Certain counties and municipal corporations.

§ 12-306. Same - Certain counties and municipal corporations.

(a)  "Premises" defined.- In this section, "premises" means an improved or unimproved parcel or tract of land that is owned by: 

(1) a person; or 

(2) persons associated in a joint or common venture. 

(b)  Registration and storage.-  

(1) Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, in a county or municipal corporation where, before July 1, 1963, county or municipal officials licensed slot machines for operation, a person may not, as an owner, lessor, lessee, licensor, licensee, or in any other capacity, keep or operate a slot machine for any purpose in any place of business or building or on any premises. 

(2) Before disposing of a slot machine, the county commissioners or county executive of a county where a slot machine is located may require the slot machine to be: 

(i) registered in a manner appropriate to the office of county executive or county commissioners; and 

(ii) sealed against use, stored, and kept under the supervision and control of the county commissioners or county executive. 

[An. Code 1957, art. 27, § 264B II(B), (C); 2002, ch. 26, § 2.]   

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