Australian Capital Territory Numbered Acts

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3. In this Act, unless the contrary intention appears—“enclosed”, in relation to a public place, means a public place that has a ceiling or roof and is, except for doors and passageways, completely or substantially enclosed by walls or windows; “licensed premises” means—

        (a)     premises licensed under the Liquor Act 1975 , being premises where liquor is served; or

        (b)     premises licensed under the Casino Control Act 1988 ;

other than any part of those premises that is a restaurant;

“occupier”, in relation to an enclosed public place, means a person having the management or control, or otherwise being in charge, of that place;
“public place” means a place which the public, or a section of the public, is entitled to use or which is open to, or is being used by, the public or a section of the public (whether on payment of money, by virtue of membership of a body, or otherwise);
“register” means the register established and maintained under section 6;
“restaurant” means an enclosed public place where the primary business is the sale of food for consumption on the premises;
“smoke” means smoke, hold, or otherwise have control over, an ignited tobacco product;
“tobacco product” means a cigarette, cigar or any other product a substantial ingredient of which is tobacco.

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