(A)   The term “coin-operated mechanical amusement device” means any machine, which upon the insertion of a coin, slug, token, plate or disc, may be operated by the public generally for use as a game, entertainment or amusement, whether or not registering a score. It includes such devices as marble machines, pinball machines, skill ball, mechanical grab machines, mechanical rides intended for use by children, such as merry-go-rounds, horses, ferris wheels, and the like; carnival, fair, and/or festival rides, and all similar games, operations or transactions under whatever name they may be indicated.
   (B)   A person, firm, corporation or association must not display for public use any coin-operated mechanical amusement device without obtaining a license for it and paying the fee established in the Ordinance Establishing Fees and Charges adopted pursuant to § 30.11 of this code, as that ordinance may be amended from time to time. Applications for a license must be made to the City Clerk.
   (C)   The license or licenses obtained must be posted permanently and conspicuously at the location of the machine in the premises where the machine is to be operated.
Penalty, see § 10.99