Montana Code Annotated 2013

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     23-6-103. Permits. (1) Before making an amusement game available for public play, an operator, concessionaire, nonprofit organization, or arcade shall obtain the appropriate permit, as provided in subsections (2) through (4), from the board of county commissioners of the county in which the game is to be made available for public play. The board of county commissioners may not charge a fee for issuing a permit under this section.
     (2) The board of county commissioners may issue a permit to an operator, as defined in 23-6-101(5)(a), a concessionaire, or a nonprofit organization. Each permit entitles the permittee to operate amusement games in the county for a maximum of 14 consecutive days.
     (3) The board of county commissioners may issue an operator, as defined in 23-6-101(5)(b), an annual permit for each amusement game to be operated in the county. A permit is effective January 1 through December 31. An operator, as defined in 23-6-101(5)(a), a concessionaire, a nonprofit organization, or an arcade that makes an amusement game available for public play need not obtain a permit under this subsection.
     (4) The board of county commissioners may issue an annual permit to an arcade. A permit is effective January 1 through December 31.

     History: En. Sec. 3, Ch. 523, L. 1991.

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