§ 115.01  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   CABARET DANCE.  Any dance held or engaged in at any place or premises licensed by the state to sell, serve or dispense intoxicating liquor for consumption in or at such place or premises.
   CLUB DANCE.  Any dance held by a dancing club.
   DANCE.  A gathering of persons in or upon the premises where social dancing is participated in as the main purpose for such a gathering, or as an incident to some other purpose.
   DANCE PERMIT.  A permit required pursuant to the provisions of this chapter for the holding of a public dance, public dancehall, or cabaret dance.
   DANCING CLUB.  Any club or association of persons conducting dances periodically, for its members and bona fide guests.
   PRIVATE DANCE.  Any dance which is not advertised publicly, and to which the general public is not invited.
   PUBLIC DANCE.  A dance conducted by any person, whether or not for profit, to which members of the public are admitted or allowed to participate in such dancing with or without charge.
   PUBLIC DANCEHALL.  A place or location where a public dance is held or conducted.
   SCHOOL DANCE.  A dance conducted as a part of the curriculum of any public or parochial school, or any dance officially sanctioned by such school, when conducted at school buildings or grounds, or other place when supervised or sponsored by school officials.
   TEENAGE DANCE.  A dance sponsored by a service club, parents group, or other similar organization open to members of the general public, who are between the ages of 13 and 19 years of age to which no person over 19 years of age or under 13 years of age is admitted as a participant.
('83 Code, § 5.28.010)