The application for a permit to operate an escort service shall set forth the proposed place of business and facilities therefor and the name and present address of each applicant.
In addition to the foregoing, any applicant for a permit shall furnish the following information or documents about the applicant if he is an individual, about each director and officer if it is a corporation, about each partner if it is a partnership, or about each member if it is some other organization as listed in Section 1074.1(c):
The present address and the two previous addresses immediately prior to the present address;
Written proof that each person is at least 18 years of age;
Height, weight, color of eyes and hair;
Three portrait photographs at least 2″ × 2″;
Business occupation, or employment for the three years immediately preceding the date of application;
A listing of all criminal convictions except minor traffic violations including date and place of each such conviction;
If the applicant is a corporation, the name of the corporation exactly as shown in its articles of incorporation together with the names and residence addresses of each stockholder holding more than 10 percent of the stock or beneficial ownership of the corporation. (If one or more of the partners of applicant is a corporation, these provisions apply to corporate applicant);
Whether applicant or each person of whom the above information is required or any other person who will be directly engaged in the management or operation of the Escort Service has been previously granted permits or licenses to engage in a business or occupation by the State of California or by the City and County of San Francisco, or a license or permit issued by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission, any of which permits or licenses has/have been revoked by the granting authority because of violation of law or violation of rules promulgated by the regulating agency. (The Chief of Police shall not take into account such revocation if such revocation occurred at least three years prior to the date of the application); and
Such other identification and information necessary to discover the truth of the matters hereinbefore specified as required to be set forth in the application.
Nothing contained herein shall be construed to deny to the Chief of Police the right to take the fingerprints and additional photographs of the applicant, its officers, directors, or partners nor shall anything contained herein be construed to deny the right of said Chief of Police to confirm, by independent investigation, the truth and accuracy of the above information.
(Added by Ord. 323-81, App. 6/19/81)