§ 1533 Definitions.
As used in this chapter, "raffle" means a form of lottery in which a number of persons buy 1 or more chances attempting to win the same prize. Games such as "Nevada cards" or "pull cards" where the amount of the prize is determined by the contents of the ticket purchased are not raffles.
§ 1534 Time of raffle.
An organization may conduct a raffle which will not be completed in 1 night. An organization may sell a chance which is good for an extended period of time with a series of drawings, with a chance to win a prize multiple times during that period, provided all chances are sold before the first drawing. Any such raffle must first be approved by the Board of Charitable Gaming.
§ 1535 Conduct of raffles.
Raffles shall be conducted in accordance with rules adopted by the Board of Charitable Gaming.