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For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
DANCING SCHOOL. Any school, class or classes wherein dancing is the principal subject taught.
OCCASIONAL DANCE. A dance conducted by an individual, group or organization, whether or not for profit, in or upon any premises where dancing is permitted or conducted either as the main purpose for such gathering or as an incident to some other purpose, during a period of not to exceed 24 hours on any one occasion.
PUBLIC DANCE. A gathering of persons at a public dance hall or in or upon any premises where dancing is permitted upon a regular, continuous basis, either as the main purpose of such gathering or as an incident to some other purpose, and to which premises the public is admitted.
PUBLIC DANCE HALL. A place where dancing is conducted, whether or not for profit, upon a regular, continuous basis, either as the main purpose or as an incident to some other purpose, and to which the public is admitted, either with or without charge, or at which the public is allowed to partici-pate in the dancing, either with or without charge.
YOUTH DANCE. An occasional dance to which only persons under the age of 21 years are admitted as participants.
('86 Code, § 5.44.010) (Ord. 3240, passed - - )