The Chief of Police may issue a permit within 14 days following a hearing if all requirements for a Public Photography Studio described in this Article are met and may issue a permit to all persons who apply to perform Public Photography Studio services unless he finds:
That the operation as proposed by the applicant if permitted would not have complied with all applicable laws, including but not limited to the Building, City Planning, Housing and Fire Codes of the City and County of San Francisco or regulations adopted by the Chief of Police.
That the applicant and any other person who will be directly engaged in the management and operation of a Public Photography Studio has been convicted of any of the following offenses or convicted of an offense without the State of California that would have constituted any of the following offenses if committed within the State of California:
An offense involving conduct which requires registration pursuant to Section 290 of the Penal Code;
An offense involving the use of force and violence upon the person of another that amounts to a felony;
An offense involving sexual misconduct with children;
An offense as defined in Sections 311, 647(a), 647a, 647b, 315, 316 or 318 of the Penal Code of the State of California.
The Chief of Police may refuse to issue any permit if it shall appear that the character of the business is not a proper or suitable place in which to conduct or maintain such business or calling or the applicant requesting such permit does not warrant the issuance thereof.
The Chief of Police may issue a permit to any person convicted of any of the crimes described in Subsections (a), (b), (c) or (d) of this Section if he finds that such conviction occurred at least five years prior to the date of the application and the applicant has had no subsequent felony convictions of any nature and no subsequent misdemeanor convictions for crimes mentioned in this Section.
(Added by Ord. 428-74, App. 9/5/74)