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Types of Certified Games

  1. Certification No. 1. - Throw games wherein a single player upon payment of fee is furnished a number of balls, hoops, darts or other objects, or uses his own coins to be hand thrown, rolled or propelled at, into, or upon targets, with prizes awarded according to results achieved, generally known as a Basketball game, Dart game, Coin Pitch game, Roll Down game, Bushel Basket Ball Toss game and such similar games: †
  2. Certification No. 2. - Arcade games wherein a single player upon payment of fee is permitted to play a machine or device to obtain a prize or attain to score upon the basis of which a prize is awarded, generally known as a Crane machine, Skeeball, Wacky Gator, Rotary Merchandiser, Silver Skiís Coin Pusher, Hoop Shoot and such similar games, including electronic games. †
  3. Certification No. 3. - Games wherein a single player upon payment of fee is permitted to make a blind selection of one object from a number of objects, the object selected being the prize won or indicating the prize won, generally known as Duck Pond Game, Fish Pond Game, Grab-bag Game and Pick-the-Stick Game, and such similar games. †
  4. Certification No. 4. - Competitive games wherein several players upon payment of fee are permitted to compete against each other for a prize to be awarded to the player who first achieves the required result, generally known as Bowlo Game, Fascination Game, Greyhound Game, Skilo Game, Throw Fascination Game, and Water Gun Game, and such similar games. †
  5. Certification No. 5. - A game incorporating, a laydown board marked in segments bearing numbers, names or symbols whereon the player or players place the entry fee as an indication of choice of expected winner. †
  6. Certification No. 6. - Guessing games wherein in a single player upon payment of fee is entitled to win a prize in the event that the operator is unable to guess, within announced limits, the weight or age of the player, generally known as Guess Your Weight Game and Guess Your Age Game. †
  7. Certification No. 7. - A game wherein a single player upon payment of fee is entitled to win a prize in the event that within a permitted number of tries he rings a bell or gong a required number of times by striking with a maul one end of a horizontal level arm the other end of which propels a weight upward along a vertical wire at the top of which the bell or gong is located, generally known as Ring The Bell Game or High Striker Game. †
  8. Certification No. 8. - Miscellaneous skill games wherein a single player upon payment of a fee is entitled to use a physical skill to attain a predetermined goal for which a prize is awarded, generally known as Log Roll and Rope Climb, and such similar games. †
  9. Certification No. 9. - A game of chance incorporating a laydown board marked in segments bearing numbers, names or symbols whereon the player or players place the entry fee as an indication of the choice of expected winner, which is determined by a nonelectrical and nonmechanical device, set in motion by a player or players, coming to rest, generally known as Pan Game, Crazy Ball and Crazy Block.

   
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