L-6, r. 1 - Regulation respecting amusement machines

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2.3. When applying for his licence, an operator wishing to place at the disposal of the public an amusement machine belonging to one of the following classes must obtain a registration marker from the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux:
(1)  (paragraph revoked);
(2)  Class “B” amusement machine:
(a)  a machine commonly referred to as a pinball machine or, in French, as a “machine à boules”;
(b)  a group of machines whose operation is meant only for entertainment, with no possibility of accumulating free games, additional game time or winning a prize of any kind and constituting a single, inseparable entity even though each of them functions independently;
(c)  a computer or video device whose operation may result in the awarding of free games or additional game time but that is not:
i.  a machine or a device for gambling or betting described in paragraph 202 (1)b of the Criminal Code (R.S.C. 1985, c. C-46);
ii.  a game or proposal, scheme, plan, means, device, contrivance or operation described in paragraph 207 (4)c of the Criminal Code;
iii.  a machine equipped with a device allowing a person to multiply his chances during each game of winning free games or additional game time by any type of operation or to erase one or more free games or accumulated additional game time and to otherwise save what was erased;
iv.  a machine, commonly referred to as a one-armed bandit, that is operated by activating a mechanism by which various symbols are placed in a line such that the player may win, according to the nature and the number of the symbols aligned, one or more free games;
(d)  a manufactured game of skill which can only be played by one person at a time and whose operation may result in the award of a prize of any kind, other than a free game or additional game time;
(e)  a game of skill of the kind described in subparagraph d and which allows for competition among players;
(3)  Class “C” amusement machine:
(a)  a merry-go-round, mechanical game or other device in or on which a person rides, commonly referred to as a ride;
(b)  a billiard, pool or snooker table or other table of the same kind;
(c)  a bowling lane;
(d)  a machine whose operation is meant only for entertainment, with no possibility of accumulating free games, additional game time or winning a prize of any kind;
(e)  a hand crafted game of skill which can only be played by one person at a time;
(4)  Class “D” amusement machine:
(a)  a merry-go-round, mechanical game or other device in or on which a person rides, commonly referred to as a ride and intended for young children.
O.C. 1591-86, s. 2; O.C. 623-89, s. 1; O.C. 659-92, s. 2.