SB 1278 Requires licensure for amusement machine operators
LR Number:4387S.01I Fiscal Note:4387-01
Committee:Financial and Governmental Organization, Veterans' Affairs & Elections
Last Action:03/08/04 - Hearing Cancelled S Financial & Governmental Org., Journal page:
Veterans' Affairs & Elections Committee
Effective Date:August 28, 2004
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SB 1278 - This act provides for the licensing of amusement machine operators. The Director of the Division of Professional Registration within the Department of Economic Development shall oversee the licensing of amusement machine operators. The two year fee for licensure shall not exceed $1,000. The fee for a license to operate amusement machines only at a state or local fair shall be $100 for each month in which the machines are operated. In order to obtain a license, an applicant must be at least 21 years of age, a resident of this state for at least one year, except for persons operating machines at carnivals or fairs, and must have a Missouri sales tax number. Any person operating a machine without a license shall be assessed a penalty of up to $100 for each machine in the person's possession.

The Director is authorized to seek disciplinary action, including the assessment of monetary penalties against licensees. All collected fees shall be deposited into the "Amusement Machine Operator License Fund" which is created by this act. This act shall not become effective until expenditures and personnel are specifically appropriated for this purpose and initial administrative rules have become effective.