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Law SummaryMinors may not go to businesses with coin-operated foosball machines unless accompanied by an adult.
Full Text of the LawSec. 6-16. Defined.
Amusements places are defined, for the purposes of this article, as any business, place or establishment where three (3) or more coin-operated amusements games such as, but not limited to, flipper type machines, target machines, foosball machines and the like are available for the use and enjoyment of the public and the operation of which constitutes the primary or principal business of any such place, business or establishment.
(Code 1961, § 12-11.1(a))
Cross references: Definitions and rules of construction generally, § 1-2.
Sec. 6-17. Adult supervision required.
It shall be unlawful for any person whether as proprietor, agent, manager, employee, lessee or otherwise, conducting or carrying on any place, business or establishment of amusement places, for pay or otherwise, to permit the establishment to be open without adult supervision present on the premises at all times. Adult supervision is hereby defined as any person eighteen (18) years of age or older, whose name must be publicly displayed in the amusement place.
(Code 1961, § 12-11.1(e))