CHAPTER 101AMUSEMENT CONCESSIONS[Prior to 12/17/86, Revenue Department, Ch 92][Prior to 11/18/87, Racing and Gaming Division][Prior to 6/14/89, Racing and Gaming Division, Ch 21]481101.1(99B) License requirements. No games shall be conducted until an application is approved and a license is issued by the department. A gambling license is required for each amusement concession game. The name and description of the game shall be attached to the application.Application and license requirements are found in rules 481—100.2(99B) and 100.3(99B). 101.1(1) A carnival, bazaar, centennial or celebration sponsored by a bona fide civic group, service club or merchants group may be issued a license which allows the sponsor of the event to conduct all games permitted for 14 consecutive calendar days. Anyone other than the sponsor who conducts a game must apply for a license and pay the fee shown on the application. 101.1(2) The location of an amusement concession shall comply with requirements in Iowa Code section 99B.4.This rule is intended to implement Iowa Code section 99B.4.481101.2(99B) Prizes. All prizes shall be merchandise. The value of any prize shall not exceed $50. Small merchandise prizes may be exchanged for a prize of greater value if the value of the exchanged prize does not exceed $50. A prize which cannot be obtained shall not be displayed.This rule is intended to implement Iowa Code section 99B.3.481101.3(99B) Conducting games. The object of each game must be attainable and possible to perform under the rules of the game by an average individual. The possible results shall not be hidden, as in a punchboard or pull-tab which conceals numbers. The cost to play each game shall not exceed $3.Iowa Code section 99B.3 prohibits raffles at any licensed amusement concession.This rule is intended to implement Iowa Code section 99B.3.481101.4(99B) Posted rules. Rules for each game shall be clearly posted on a sign at least 30 inches by 30 inches.This rule is intended to implement Iowa Code section 99B.3.