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beer parlour

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beer parlor

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(Commerce) Canadian a room in a tavern, hotel, etc in which beer is served
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No beer licensee shall serve beer or permit beer to be served to or consumed by men and women together in the same beer parlor. Where a beer licensee desires to serve beer to both men and women the Commission may in writing allow him to establish in his hotel a separate beer parlor for each ...
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