In criminal law. Small papers or pasteboards of an oblong or rectangular shape, on which are printed figures or points, used in playing certain games. See Estes v. State, 2 Humph. (Tenn.) 496; Commonwealth v. Arnold, 4 Pick. (Mass.) 201; State v. Herryford, 19 Mo. 377; State v. Lewis, 12 Wis. 434.
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