While on a trip to a fast food joint, I noticed this little sticker afixed to the amusement machines. Doing some research, I learned that it's a statutory requirement for all amusement machines to be licensed at the cost of €125 per year, per machine.
Further inspection of the snap I took yields the information that this particular licencee is not up to date (as of 22nd of September 2007) with the licence!
I wonder how long Joe Public would last if they decided not to pay Motor Tax or the T.V. Licence fee?
More information on the Amusement Machine Licence Duty peice of legislation can be found here.
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