Amusement definition

Amusement means the same as entertainment.
Amusement means any circus or carnival presented in the open, including a place where one or more mechanical amusement rides or devices capable of accommodating five or more persons are presented for amusement or entertainment purposes, and any circus, carnival or other portable show or exhibition presented under any single tent, air-supported plastic or fabric or other portable shelter, and involving the assembly of 100 or more persons.
Amusement means an entertainment that is applied to activities, where no prize or where equal prizes are given by the operator/agent to each participant, whether or not the object is accomplished. An example may include, but is not limited to, electronic amusement games, or any pleasurable activity where a player places a stake, in the anticipation of little or no reward.

Examples of Amusement in a sentence

  • Power Plant, Tunnels, Amusement Park, Athletic Stadium Site Work ,Pollution Control,Sewer Plant, Waste Plant, & Water Treatment Facilities, Construction.

  • Title: Specific Criteria for Inspection of Amusement Rides and DevicesDoc No : IB-GL(P) -02Issue No: 01Date of Issue: 2013-03-19Rev.

  • If State, Local or Amusement tax is to be withheld for this engagement, Purchaser shall furnish ARTIST with a copy of the tax law dictating this policy.

  • Amusement games, owned and operated by the organization, with gross gambling receipts up to seven thousand five hundred dollars during the license year.(2) You must apply for a separate license if any of the gambling activities in subsection (1)(b) through (d) of this section you operate will exceed the gross gambling receipt limits specified during your license year.

  • A representative of the West Australian Theatrical and Amusement Employees Association (Union of Employees) as authorised in writing may post official Association notices on a notice board as located and agreed to by the Association and provided by the employer for inspection by his employees.


More Definitions of Amusement

Amusement means a contest, dance, entertainment, exhibition, game, performance, program, show, riding device or amusement ride; (« divertissement »)
Amusement. – means of or pertaining to entertainment, amusement or pastime designed to provide a pleasant diversion or distraction, and shall include, but will not be limited to:
Amusement means any theater, motion picture house, cinema, athletic contest, exhibition, pageant, show, production, demonstration, play, performance, concert, musicale, recital, reading, circus, carnival, act, exhibit, lecture, address, nightclub, cabaret, dance, dance hall, restaurant which provides either floor show, singing, dancing, or dancing facilities for patrons, and ride or excursion where passengers are taken on and discharged within the county boundaries, and shooting galleries, as well as all mechanical or electrical devices operated for pleasure or skill where a fee is charged for admission or entrance or for the purpose of playing them, or where there is any charge whatever for them or in connection with them either directly or indirectly, where such games or devices are located in any amusement park or amusement center; provided, however, that actual play on coin operated machines of skill or chance is exempt from the provisions of this tax;
Amusement means all manner and form of entertainment within the City including among others, the following: theatrical performance, operatic performance, carnival, circus, show, concert, lecture, swimming pool, vaudeville show, side show, amusement park and all forms of entertainment therein, dancing and any other form of diversion, pastime or recreation for which admission is charged or paid. "Amusement" does not include any form of entertainment, the proceeds of which, after payment of reasonable expenses, inure exclusively to the benefit of religious, educational, governmental or charitable institutions that qualify as a purely public charity under the Pennsylvania Constitution, societies or veterans organizations or police or firemens pension organizations, or any form of entertainment conducted by a nonprofit organization or association exclusively for its members and their bona fide guests.
Amusement means and includes the provision of exhibitive entertainment, including, but not by way of limitation, the following activities and sports: any theatrical, dramatic, musical or artistic performance; motion picture show or movie; video or videotape; digital versatile disk (DVD); subscription video programming services; carnival; and athletic contest, sport or game, including, but not limited to, archery, shooting galleries and shooting ranges, boxing, wrestling, skating, dancing, swimming, racing or riding animals or vehicles, baseball, basketball, softball, football, tennis, racquetball, handball, golf, hockey, track and field games, soccer, rugby, bowling, billiards and pool games.
Amusement means any ride, excursion, or float trip by canoe, raft, or similar floating device on a whitewater river where a fee is charged by any person for such ride, excursion, or float trip, which charge is otherwise not included as a taxable privilege under the “RetailersSales Tax Actimposed by Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 67, Chapter 30.1