(A) In any game at a fair in which washers, disks, or coins are thrown, the target must be level horizontally. In games where coins are used, in no case shall the coin tossed or pitched be larger than a quarter.
(B) Washer or coin pitch games including pitch for glass. Each and every prize shall have a large enough opening and be so arranged that it can be won. When a target is used for "choice," it must be stated on a sign how a "choice" prize is won. Metal washers or coins can be used at the option of the fair board.
(C) Washer or coin spot pitch games. The boards on which spots are arranged shall be level and unwarped and shall not be greased, waxed, or powdered. Spots, washers and coins shall be of contrasting colors. The diameter of each and every spot shall be three-sixteenths of an inch greater than the diameter of the washer or coin used to play the game. The entire washer or coin shall be in the spot to "win." When washers are used, only steel washers shall be used. Metal washers or coins can be used at the option of the fair board.