As used in this act, “person” means any individual, resident or nonresident, of this
state, and every domestic or foreign or alien partnership, society, association or
corporation; the words “performing rights” refer to “public performance for profit”;
the word “user” means any person who directly or indirectly performs or causes to
be performed musical compositions for profit; the term “blanket license” includes
any device whereby public performance for profit is authorized of the combined copyrights
of two or more owners; the term “blanket royalty or fee” includes any device whereby
prices for performing rights are not based on the separate performance of individual
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