For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   ACTIVE MEMBER. A member of the organization requesting a license whose dues are paid for the current membership period and who has been a member for at least six months.
   BINGO. A game where each player has a card or board for which a consideration has been paid, containing five horizontal rows of spaces, with each row except the central one containing five figures. The central row has four figures with the word “free” marked in the center space thereof. A player wins a game of BINGO by completing any pre-announced combination of spaces or, in the absence of a pre-announcement of a combination of spaces, any combination of five spaces in a row, either vertical, horizontal or diagonal.
   BINGO OCCASION. A single gathering or session at which a series of one or more successive bingo games is played.
   ELIGIBLE ORGANIZATION. Any fraternal, religious, veterans or other non-profit organization which has been in existence for at least three years and has at least 30 active members.
   PROFIT. The gross receipts collected from one or more bingo occasions, less reasonable sums necessarily and actually expended for bingo supplies and equipment, prizes, rent and utilities used during the bingo occasions, bingo license fees and compensation to persons lawfully hired to conduct or assist in conducting a bingo occasion.
(1978 Code, § 504.02)