Amusement device is defined as an appliance to which the motion of a prime mover is transmitted and which is used, or designed or intended to be used, for the amusement, recreation or entertainment of persons being carried, raised, lowered, or moved by the appliance, or any part thereof while it is in motion;

and includes the prime mover, transmission machinery, supporting structure, and any equipment used or intended to be used in connection therewith.
Examples of amusement devices are: Bumper boats, Roller coasters; Ferris wheels and other fair rides like the octopus,
ATV rides and Mini trains.

Ref: 120901/2006-09-19

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Amusements (Amusement device: Term often shortened to device ...)
Device (Device may refer to: machine , a tool , ...)

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