For purposes of this article, “club” also means any nonprofit social luncheon club
which is composed entirely of active and retired professional men and businessmen,
which holds regular meetings and has regular annual membership dues in excess of two
hundred dollars ($200), which owns, leases, operates or maintains such establishment
for the serving of regular meals to its members and their guests.
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