HC Deb 06 December 1911 vol 32 c1543

In Section eighty-two of the Burgh Police (Scotland) Act, 1903, as amended by this Act the expression "place for public refreshment" includes any building or part of a building or other place of public resort for the sale for consumption therein of provisions or refreshments of any kind, but does not extend to any premises certificated or registered under the Licensing (Scotland) Act, 1903, or any premises in respect of which a licence or other sanction or permit is for the time being in force, issued in virtue of specific powers conferred on a town council or other authority by the Burgh Police (Scotland) Acts or any other statute.

Amendment made: After the word "kind" insert the words "(including confectionery, ice-cream, fruit, and aerated waters)."—[The Lord Advocate.]