In light of the stringent religious beliefs in this part of the world, we find it fully plausible that this was once a law. The question is, is it still in practice?
Chitwood, Tim. “Toying With Issues”. Columbus Ledger-Enquirer. 16 Oct. 2002. —— In 1968 a Fulton-county resident was convicted under this law, despite the fact that the Fulton County jury publicly stated that the law was “archaic” and noted such gadgets can have therapeutic value.
14-293. Allowing gambling in houses of public entertainment; penalty. If any keeper of an ordinary or other house of entertainment, or of a house wherein alcoholic beverages are retailed, shall knowingly suffer any game, at which money or property, or anything of value, is bet, whether the same be in stake or not, to be…