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For the purpose of this chapter, the following words and phrases shall have the meanings respectively ascribed to them by this section:

“Attendant” means any person, who may or may not be employed at the premises, who either:

(a) Provides assistance or instruction to patrons in the use of the equipment on the premises; or

(b) Provides assistance or instruction to patrons in their use or enjoyment of the premises.

“Private quarters” means any room, cubicle, booth, or any other area within a business establishment which is advertised or represented in any manner as a place for dressing, disrobing, sleep or rest or exercise, and which is fitted with a door that is either capable of being locked or does not have an unobstructed opening six inches by six inches in size capable of clear two-way viewing into and out of the room, cubicle, booth or other such area not less than four and one-half feet from the floor nor more than five and one-half feet from the floor.

“Patron” means any person on the premises who pays money or other consideration for services furnished or available at the premises. [Ord. 2345 § 2, 1982; Code 1970 § 5.68.020.]