A. The gross receipts derived from an amount paid to become regularly entitled to the privileges of a club or other organization, as a member or otherwise, do not constitute an admissions and amusement charge subject to the tax, even though one of the privileges is the admission to a clubhouse, club grounds, hall, restaurant, hotel, or other similar place.
B. If the sole privilege of a charge described as "dues" is a right of admission to certain performances or to a particular place on a definite number of occasions, the gross receipts derived from the charges for these privileges are admissions and amusement charges subject to the tax.
C. The gross receipts derived from fees charged club members or nonmembers for the use of a golf course, tennis court, swimming pool, or something similar are subject to the tax if the charges are directly related to the usage of the facility or equipment.