For the purpose of this chapter:
   (a)   "Amusement arcade" means any place of business at which five or more mechanical or electrically operated amusement devices are located for the use or entertainment of persons patroning the place of business.
   (b)   "Exhibitor" means any individual, corporation or other entity owning and exhibiting or contracting or permitting any mechanical amusement device, as defined in subsection (e) hereof, to be installed, used and exhibited in his own place of business irrespective of the ownership of such device.
   (c)   "Gambling device" means a device as defined in Section 517.01 of the General Offenses Code or which contains an automatic pay-off device for the return of slugs, money, coins, checks, tokens, merchandise or anything of value, or which contains an automatic device by the operation of which the player may win at uncertain intervals a free game, a free play or any other additional amusement.
   (d)   "Good moral character" means not having been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude within five years next preceding date of the application.
   (e)   "Mechanical" or "electrically operated amusement device" means a machine, device or instrument which, upon the insertion of a coin, token or slug, operates or may be operated for use as a game, contest of skill or amusement of any description and which his not a gambling device.  This definition is not intended to and does not include merchandise vending machines or coin operated mechanical or electrical musical instruments or devices.
   (f)   "Owner" means any individual, corporation or other entity having title to any mechanical amusement device or amusement arcade as hereinabove defined.
      (Ord. 2612.  Passed 4-8-92.)