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Sources: Gambler Adds Device to Get Roulette, Craps Defined as Slot Machines

Chapter 17257, 1935 Florida Laws 1085.

Chapter 18143, 1937 Florida Laws 909.

Florida Bar Journal, “Slot Machines in Florida? Wait a Minute,” David G. Shields, vol. 87, no. 8, September/October 2013,

Florida Constitution, Article X, §23.

In the Supreme Court, State of Florida, Case No.: SC 03-857,

Mackinac Journal (Cheboygan, Mich.), “Cheboygan’s Famous (Infamous) Wertheimer Brothers,” Rick Wiles, 2018.

Miami Daily News (Fla.), Miami’s Own Whirligig column, “Undecided—Yet,” Jan. 16, 1937.

The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.), “Roulette Wheels and Crap Tables Disguised as Slot Machines at Miami Beach,” Jan. 13, 1937.

Miami Tribune (Fla.), “Some Advertising for Us,” Feb. 18, 1937.

The Daily Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla.), “‘Legal’ Gaming Tables Opened at Miami Club,” Jan. 13, 1937.

The Herald (Miami, Fla.), “Lee Orders Investigation of Roulette and Dice Games,” Jan. 18, 1937.

The Tampa Daily Times (Fla.), “Miami Night Club Plans Legal Roulette, Crap Game,” Jan. 8, 1937.

The Tampa Daily Times (Fla.), “Roulette, Dice Licensed Under Slot Machine Law,” Jan. 14, 1937.

Tampa Morning Tribune (Fla.), “Miami’s Machines Are Called Lawful,” Jan. 15, 1937.