(A) No person shall operate any concession at any fair without first obtaining a license from the department or the designee of the department.
(B) One license shall be required for each separate game at a fair. More than one unit may be included under one location as long as all of the units of play are in the same location, and are not separate from each other by any wall, canvas or other partition . At all times the terms of the license must correspond with the sign in relation to the price, to the object of the game, and to all rules of play. A concessionaire may change a concession operation if he has a valid license to make the change.
(C) Licenses issued under the authority of section 1711.11 of the Revised Code are not transferable. The license for each concession shall be issued only to the owner or lessee of the concession. A licensee who permits another individual to use the license issued to a licensee in a concession not owned or leased by the licensee shall be held in violation of section 1711.11 of the Revised Code.
(D) Every novelty stand must have a separate license.
(E) The license of every concession must be conspicuously posted in the concession while the concession is in operation.