Coin-operated amusement device is any mechanical game of skill or amusement operated on the currency or token in-the-slot principle. Coin-operated music machine or any mechanical music vending machine operated on the currency or token in-the-slot principle and which affords music, songs, or other similar amusement.
The amusement device (poker machines, slot machines, etc) may not be used for gambling. License(s) issued by the Department does not constitute the machine(s) to be a legitimate device. If the mechanical game of skill or amusement device is used as a gambling device or game, the amusement device will be confiscated and you will be cited.
This applies to any person, owner, or renter of an amusement device or machine.
This also applies to any person, owner or lessee who lets the amusement device or machine be operated by another.
If you do not put the tags on your amusement device, you will be guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction will be fined not less than $25 or more than $100.
You could be imprisoned in the metro jail between 10 days or more than 30 days. This is at the discretion of the court.
You may also have to pay a $10 fee to Louisville Metro Police for taking away of the amusement device, if the device is not licensed.