The definition of bars in the new gun law was not simply invented for that purpose. It was, like the definition of long arm, stolen from a pre-existing Code section. O.C.G.A. Â§ 31-12A-2 is a set of definitions in the Health title, under the chapter about "Smokefree Air." Some of you will remember when this nonsmoking law was forced upon private property owners, the Georgia Smokefree Air Act of 2005. Anyway, the first definition found there is: Sound familiar? Is it ambiguous within this chapter? If not, can the same certainty be conveyed in the chapter on carrying weapons? CHAPTER 12A. SMOKEFREE AIR 14 TITLE 31 Chapter 12A NOTE Â§ 31-12A-1. Short title Â§ 31-12A-2. Definitions Â§ 31-12A-3. Smoking prohibited in state and local government buildings Â§ 31-12A-4. Smoking prohibited in enclosed public places Â§ 31-12A-5. Smoking prohibited in enclosed areas within places of employment; required communications Â§ 31-12A-6. Exemptions Â§ 31-12A-7. Smoking prohibited in designated nonsmoking places Â§ 31-12A-8. "No Smoking" signs; ashtrays prohibited in nonsmoking areas Â§ 31-12A-9. Public education program Â§ 31-12A-10. Enforcement by the Department of Community Health and county boards of health Â§ 31-12A-11. Local operating procedures Â§ 31-12A-12. Other laws, rules, regulations, and ordinances not prohibited Â§ 31-12A-13. Construction The exemption relating to bars says, "All bars and restaurants to which access is denied to any person under the age of 18 and that do not employ any individual under the age of 18"