Tourist Traffic Act, 1952

Provisions applying to Sundays, Christmas Day and Saint Patrick's Day.

47.—Nothing in section 46 shall operate to prohibit the licensee from supplying intoxicating liquor on a Sunday, Christmas Day or Saint Patrick's Day to be consumed on the licensed premises—

(a) by a person who for the time being is bona fide lodging in the holiday camp—between the hours of half-past seven o'clock in the evening and, during a period of summer time, half-past ten o'clock in the evening, or, during any other period, ten o'clock in the evening, or

(b) by any person—between the hours of one o'clock and three o'clock in the afternoon or between the hours of six o'clock and nine o'clock in the evening, if, in this case, the intoxicating liquor is—

(i) ordered by that person at the same time as a substantial meal is ordered by him, and

(ii) consumed at the same time as and with the meal, and

(iii) supplied and consumed in the portion of the licensed premises usually set apart for the supply of meals.