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PDFWAC 230-13-080

Operating coin or token activated amusement games.

(1) Coin or token activated amusement games must have nonresetting coin-in meters, certified as accurate to within plus or minus one coin or token in one thousand plays, which stop play of the machine if the meter is removed or disconnected when operating at:
(a) Amusement parks; or
(b) Regional shopping malls; or
(c) Movie theaters; or
(d) Bowling alleys; or
(e) Miniature golf course facilities; or
(f) Skating facilities; or
(g) Family sports complexes.
(i) A "family sports complex" is a facility, at a permanent location, to which people go to play sports. A family sports complex must offer multiple sports activities, such as indoor soccer, outdoor soccer, lacrosse, baseball, Frisbee, and lawn bowling and the gross receipts must be primarily from these sports activities.
(ii) A family sports complex does not include a facility owned or operated by a school or school district; or
(h) Amusement centers; or
(i) Restaurants; or
(j) Grocery or department stores. A "department or grocery store" means a business that offers the retail sale of a full line of clothing, accessories, and household goods, or a full line of dry grocery, canned goods, or nonfood items plus some perishable items, or a combination of these. A department or grocery store must have more than ten thousand square feet of retail and support space, not including the parking areas.
(2) All coin or token activated amusement games must have a coin acceptor capable of taking money for one play and may have an additional acceptor to include paper money.
(3) Operators using amusement games that do not return change must have a change-making bill acceptor or the ability to get change in the immediate vicinity of such games. All amusement games using paper money acceptors must either:
(a) Return change; or
(b) Clearly disclose to players before play that change is not returned and disclose to them where at the location they may get change.
(4) The maximum number of group 12 amusement games a licensee may have in their licensed premises is limited to:
(a) Twenty games for charitable and nonprofit licensees; and
(b) Ten games for commercial licensees.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070, 9.46.0201. WSR 16-09-045 (Order 719), § 230-13-080, filed 4/15/16, effective 5/16/16. Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. WSR 09-15-067 (Order 650), § 230-13-080, filed 7/13/09, effective 8/13/09; WSR 08-11-036 (Order 625), § 230-13-080, filed 5/14/08, effective 7/1/08; WSR 07-21-116 (Order 617), § 230-13-080, filed 10/22/07, effective 1/1/08; WSR 07-15-064 (Order 612), § 230-13-080, filed 7/16/07, effective 1/1/08.]
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