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For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
COIN-OPERATED AMUSEMENT DEVICE. Any amusement machine or device which is operated or put into operation in whole or in part by the insertion of a coin, token or similar object; is operated for amusement or skill only; and does not dispense any form of payoff, prize or reward other than free replays. The term excludes any bona fide vending machine, in which gaming or amusement features are not incorporated, or any gambling device or slot machine. In the case of devices which may be played with or without a coin-operated device, only the attached device which requires a coin to operate it shall be deemed to be a COIN-OPERATED AMUSEMENT DEVICE.
ESTABLISHMENT. Any business enterprise or location open to the general public or the facilities of an organization or incorporated association or group within the village.
LICENSE INSPECTOR. An agent, officer or employee of the village who inspects coin-operated amusement devices to ascertain whether proper licenses have been procured and posted pursuant to the provisions of this subchapter.
MANAGER. The person who has primary responsibility for the on-site operation of an establishment in which coin-operated amusement devices are located.
OPERATOR. Any person who owns, leases or provides any coin-operated amusement device.
PERSON. Any individual; corporation, whether profit or not for profit; partnership; and club or association, whether fraternal or civic.
VIDEO GAMING TERMINAL. As defined in the Video Gaming Act and licensed by the State of Illinois, a VIDEO GAMING TERMINAL is not a “coin-operated amusement device.”
(Prior Code, § 115.001) (Ord. 88-014, passed 11-15-1988)