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  4. Article 7: General Provisions

Section 212-C Definitions

Labor (LAB)

As used in section two hundred twelve-b: 1. "Persons" includes any individual, firm, partnership, association, or corporation.

  2. "Farm labor camp commissary" means a place where goods are offered for sale or lease and which is operated in or in connection with a farm labor camp, including meals sold to workers. "Farm labor camp commissary" includes a building, shed, or structure, or any part thereof, occupied as a farm labor camp commissary.

  3. "Farm labor camp" means a property consisting of a tract of land and all tents, vehicles, buildings, or other structure pertaining thereto, any part of which may be occupied by persons employed as laborers in farm activities who are provided with sleeping facilities, in whole or in part, by the owner, lessee, or operator thereof, with or without stipulated agreement as to the duration of their stay, whether or not they are supplied with meals but who are supplied with such services or facilities as are necessary for their use of such property. The term, "farm activities" shall include the following activities in connection with vegetables and fruits and the plants, bushes, or trees producing the vegetables or fruits: fitting, planting, cultivating, harvesting, vining, sorting, grading, packing, storing, canning, freezing, dehydrating, bottling and preserving or treating by any method.

  4. "Goods" includes all goods, wares, merchandise, food or any article or thing.