A person is guilty of a disorderly persons offense when, other than under such circumstances as would constitute a violation of any of the provisions of the “Casino Control Act” (P.L. 1977, c.110): 1
(1) He inserts or deposits a slug, key, tool, instrument, explosive or device in a coin, currency or credit card activated machine with purpose to defraud; or
(2) He makes, possesses or disposes of a slug, key, tool, instrument, explosive or device or a drawing, print or mold of a key, tool, instrument, explosive or device with purpose to enable a person to insert or deposit it in a coin, currency or credit card activated machine.
“Slug” means an object or article which, by virtue of its size, shape or any other quality is capable of being inserted or deposited in a coin, currency or credit card activated machine as an improper substitute for money.
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