When the Entertainment Commission shall determine that the permittee or any of the permittee’s servants, agents or employees, in the use, operation or maintenance of any such mechanical amusement device or in the use, operation or maintenance of the premises is violating or attempting to violate any law of the State of California or any ordinance of the City and County of San Francisco or the rules and regulations of any department thereof concerned or that the permittee has failed to take adequate security measures to prevent patrons, on or about the premises, from violating any of the above laws; or, if in the opinion of the Entertainment Commission, it is deemed necessary for the protection of the health, safety and welfare of the public, the Entertainment Commission, after written notice to the permittee, shall have the power to suspend and, after due and proper hearing, shall have the power to revoke, any permit issued under the provisions of Sections 1036 to 1036.34, inclusive.
The Entertainment Commission shall cause to be forwarded to the Tax Collector, and, if said mechanical amusement device is wired for electricity, to the Director of Public Works, written notice of any revocation, suspension or reinstatement of any permit herein provided for.
(Amended by Ord. 401-82, App. 8/13/82; Ord. 164-02, File No. 020783, App. 7/26/2002)