§ 3300B.2.

DEFINITIONS

A.

For purposes of this Article, a club or organization (hereinafter “club”) which is not “distinctly private” is any organization, institution, club or place of accommodation which:

1.

Has membership of whatever kind totaling 400 or more; and

2.

Provides regular meal service by providing, either directly or indirectly under a contract with another person, any meals on three or more days per week during two or more weeks per month during six or more months per year; and

3.

Regularly accepts payments:

a.

From nonmembers for dues or expenses incurred at the club by members or nonmembers in the furtherance of trade or business; or

b.

On behalf of nonmembers for expenses incurred at the club by nonmembers in the furtherance of trade or business.

B.

“Regularly accepts payment” as used in this Article shall mean a club accepting as many payments during the course of a year as the number of weeks any part of which the club is available for use by members or nonmembers per year; the payments may be for dues, fees, use of space, facilities, services, meals or beverages.

C.

“Furtherance of trade or business” as used in this Article shall mean: (1) payment made by or on behalf of a trade or business organization; (2) payment made by an individual from an account which the individual uses primarily for trade or business purposes; (3) payment made by an individual who is reimbursed for the payment by the individual’s employer or by a trade or business organization, or other payment made in connection with an individual’s trade or business, including entertaining clients or business associates, holding meetings or other business-related events; or (4) payment made by an individual which is deducted from the individual’s federal or state tax returns as a business expense.

History

(Added by Ord. 451-87, App. 11/17/87)

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