26-371 Definitions.

The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this article, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:

Billiard and pool establishment means any establishment in which a table or tables are provided for the playing of billiards and/or pool as defined in this article, for a fee.

Billiard table and pool table mean and include tables surrounded by an elastic ledge or cushion, with or without pockets, upon which balls are impelled by a cue.

Billiards and pool mean any of several games known as carom billiards, pocket billiards, three-cushion billiards, English billiards, 15-ball pool, eight-ball pool, bottle pool, pea pool and all other games played on a billiard table or a pool table.

(Code 1985, § 8-46)

Cross referenceDefinitions generally, § 1-2.

26-372 License required.

No person shall maintain or operate, directly or indirectly, any billiard and pool establishment within the city without first having obtained a license from the city. This license shall be in addition to any other license required for such establishment.

(Code 1985, § 8-47)

26-373 Exceptions to article.

The provisions of this article do not apply to coin-operated pool and billiard tables which are otherwise provided for in this chapter.

(Code 1985, § 8-48)

26-374 Minors restricted.

No person under 18 years of age shall be allowed to operate or play on any billiard or pool table in a billiard and pool establishment unless he is accompanied by his parent or guardian.

(Code 1985, § 8-49)

26-375—26-415 Reserved.