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Although less prevalent today, a cover charge was added to better class night clubs of the 1930s and 1940s to discourage patronage by people of questionable social graces. The general idea was that the lower strata of society (meaning the “average Joe” or “hoi polloi”) would balk at paying an extra fee just for entrance to a place of good entertainment and fine dining.