Public Dance Halls Act, 1935


1.—In this Act—

the word “place” means a building (including part of a building), yard, garden, or other enclosed place, whether roofed or not roofed and whether the enclosure and the roofing (if any) are permanent or temporary;

the expression “public dancing” means dancing which is open to the public and in which persons present are entitled to participate actively;

the expression “licensing area” means a district court area prescribed by law for the purposes of the transaction of licensing business;

the expression “annual licensing district court” means the sitting of the District Court held pursuant to rules of court in a licensing area for the hearing of applications for certificates for renewals of licences for the sale of intoxicating liquor.