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Georgia State Code
Title      50
Chapter      27  
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Title 50, Chapter 27, Section 10 (50-27-10)

The board may adopt regulations, policies, and procedures regulating the conduct of lottery games in general, including, but not limited to, regulations, policies, and procedures specifying:

(1) The type of games to be conducted, including, but not limited to, instant lotteries, on-line games, and other games traditional to the lottery. Such games may include the selling of tickets or shares or the use of electronic or mechanical devices;

(2) The sale price of tickets or shares and the manner of sale; provided, however, that all sales shall be for cash only and payment by checks, credit cards, charge cards, or any form of deferred payment is prohibited;

(3) The number and amount of prizes;

(4) The method and location of selecting or validating winning tickets or shares;

(5) The manner and time of payment of prizes, which may include lump sum payments or installments over a period of years;

(6) The manner of payment of prizes to the holders of winning tickets or shares, including without limitation provision for payment of prizes not exceeding $600.00 after deducting the price of the ticket or share and after performing validation procedures appropriate to the game and as specified by the board. The board may provide for a limited number of retailers who can pay prizes of up to $5,000.00 after performing validation procedures appropriate to the game and as specified by the board without regard to where such ticket or share was purchased;

(7) The frequency of games and drawings or selection of winning tickets or shares;

(8) The means of conducting drawings;

(9)(A) The method to be used in selling tickets or shares, which may include the use of electronic or mechanical devices, but such devices may be placed only in locations on the premises of the lottery retailer which are within the view of such retailer or an employee of such retailer. All electronic or mechanical devices shall bear a conspicuous label prohibiting the use of such device by persons under 18 years of age.

(B) A lottery retailer who knowingly allows a person under 18 years of age to purchase a lottery ticket or share from an electronic or mechanical device shall be subject to the penalties provided in Code Section 50-27-26;

(10) The manner and amount of compensation to lottery retailers; and

(11) Any and all other matters necessary, desirable, or convenient toward ensuring the efficient and effective operation of lottery games, the continued entertainment and convenience of the public, and the integrity of the lottery.

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