2010 Pennsylvania Code
Title 18 - CRIMES AND OFFENSES
Chapter 71 - Sports and Amusements
7104 - Fortune telling.

     § 7104.  Fortune telling.
        (a)  Offense defined.--A person is guilty of a misdemeanor of
     the third degree if he pretends for gain or lucre, to tell
     fortunes or predict future events, by cards, tokens, the
     inspection of the head or hands of any person, or by the age of
     anyone, or by consulting the movements of the heavenly bodies,
     or in any other manner, or for gain or lucre, pretends to effect
     any purpose by spells, charms, necromancy, or incantation, or
     advises the taking or administering of what are commonly called
     love powders or potions, or prepares the same to be taken or
     administered, or publishes by card, circular, sign, newspaper or
     other means that he can predict future events, or for gain or
     lucre, pretends to enable anyone to get or to recover stolen
     property, or to tell where lost property is, or to stop bad
     luck, or to give good luck, or to put bad luck on a person or
     animal, or to stop or injure the business or health of a person
     or shorten his life, or to give success in business, enterprise,
     speculation, and games of chance, or to win the affection of a
     person, or to make one person marry another, or to induce a
     person to make or alter a will, or to tell where money or other
     property is hidden, or to tell where to dig for treasure, or to
     make a person to dispose of property in favor of another.
        (b)  Advertising as evidence.--Any publication contrary to
     this section may be given in evidence to sustain the indictment.
        (c)  Competency of witnesses.--Any person whose fortune may
     have been told shall be a competent witness against the person
     charged with violating this section.

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