This article shall not apply to any machine operated for legal gaming purposes at
a gaming establishment licensed by the Mississippi Gaming Commission, to bingo or
pull-tab machines which are located on the premises of charitable bingo licensees,
to any machine kept at a regular place of business of distributors or manufacturers
for sale or lease without being operated, to any pool table operated in a place of
business commonly known as a pool hall or billiard parlor when the gross income from
the operation of such pool table is taxable under the Mississippi Sales Tax Law, or
to any antique coin machine as defined in Section 27-27-12.
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