§ 10-2-12  REGULATIONS; AMUSEMENTS.
   (A)   No person conducting or operating a billiard or poolroom shall allow or permit any screens, curtains, blinds, partitions or other obstructions to be placed between the front windows and back or rear wall of such room, but an unobstructed view of the entire interior must be maintained at all times.
   (B)   Unless otherwise permitted by law, it is unlawful for any licensee to conduct or permit to be conducted any raffle or lottery upon the licensed premises.
   (C)   No carnival, exhibition, show or other amusement licensed herein shall offer and give as a prize in any game of skill or chance any object or item having a retail value of more than $25 or a cash prize in any amount. Rules for all games must be prominently displayed and only one prize may be offered to win per game.
   (D)   All public places of amusement, except those holding licenses under this code for the sale of alcoholic beverages or food, shall cease operations for all purposes between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. each day, except as specifically provided else-where in this code.
   (E)   No carnival, exhibition, show or other amusement which takes place in whole or in part outdoors shall operate earlier than 10:00 a.m. or later than 11:00 p.m. on Sunday through Thursday, or from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight on Friday or Saturday.
   (F)   Except for vehicular parking, no portion of a carnival, exhibition, show or other amusement which takes place in whole or in part outdoors shall be located nearer than 200 feet from the nearest lot line of a lot in residential use.
   (G)   No carnival, exhibition, show or other amusement which takes place in whole or in part outdoors shall, without written authorization from the village, place its facilities upon any required paved parking areas within a shopping center or plaza. Required paved parking spaces shall mean the minimum number of parking spaces required to be provided for the uses within the shopping center or plaza.
   (H)   No carnival, exhibition, show or other amusement which is scheduled to last more than one day shall be granted a license until the Chief of Police shall approve a parking and security plan submitted by the applicant. The Chief of Police shall review the plan to make certain that adequate provision has been made for the safe ingress and egress of vehicles to the site and to and from parking areas, the marking of parking areas and maneuvering lanes and lighting for evening events. The plan shall also contain advanced planning for crowd control, safety of parked vehicles, security patrols and a disaster plan. The plan shall be tailored to the size of the event and the particular location.