§ 111.02  AMUSEMENT GAMES; FEES.
   (A)   License. It shall unlawful for any person to have or keep for public use, or let for gain, within the village, any bail or pin alley, shooting gallery or any billiard, pool or other table or instrument used for a similar purpose, without a license for such purpose. Furthermore, it shall be unlawful for any person to have or keep for public use, or let for gain, within the village, any electronic gaming device without a license for such purpose except in the following instances:
      (1)   When conducting or participating in the game commonly known as bingo, when conducted in accordance with the Bingo License and Tax Act (230 ILCS 25/1 et seq.); and
      (2)   Video gaming terminal games at a licensed establishment, licensed fraternal organization, licensed veterans establishment or licensed truck stop establishment, when conducted in accordance with the Video Gaming Act (230 ILCS 40/1 et seq.).
   (B)   Fees for license. The fee for a license for the purposes above named shall be as follows:
      (1)   For a ball or pin alley or other amusement device, electronic or otherwise, coin-operated, per year: $30;
      (2)   For each billiard, pool or other such table operated in any room or rooms, a fee of per table for a period of one year, or where the period for which the license is granted, prior to May 1, is less than one year, a fee at the rate of $1 per month or each fractional part thereof shall be charged: $30; and
      (3)   For all video gaming terminals, licensed by the state in accordance with the state’s Video Gaming Act (230 ILCS 40/1 et seq.), there shall be an annual fee, per terminal. Said fee shall be: $25.
   (C)   Minors; gambling; liquor. No person licensed under this section shall allow or permit any minor or intoxicated person to frequent or loiter in the room, rooms or place occupied by him or her under such license, or to use any table, implement, alley, gallery or other device therein, for the purpose of gambling, or allow any betting, gambling or disorderly conduct in or upon said premises, or keep or allow to be bought or sold or drunk any intoxicating liquor in or about the premises, or allow any direct or indirect means of communication between the premises and any place where intoxicating liquors may be sold.
(Ord. 17-513, passed 8-7-2017)  Penalty, see § 10.99