§ 5.44.060  APPLICATION FORM.
   Except as herein otherwise specifically provided, an application for a permit pursuant to the provisions of this chapter shall specify:
   (A)   The location for which the permit is required.
   (B)   The name and proposed business address of the applicant. If the applicant is a corporation, the name shall be exactly as set forth in its articles of incorporation, and the applicant shall show the name and residence address of each of the officers, directors, and each stockholder owning not less than 10% of the stock of the corporation. If the applicant is a partnership, the application shall show the name and residence address of each of the members, including limited partners. If one or more of the partners is a corporation, the provisions of this section as to a corporate applicant shall apply.
   (C)   Whether or not the applicant or any officer or director, or member of applicant, as the case may be, has ever been arrested or has ever been convicted in any court for any crime and, if so, a detailed statement of the facts of such arrest or conviction.
   (D)   The names and addresses of the person or persons who have authority or control over the place for which the permit is requested and a brief state-ment of the nature and extent of such authority or control.
   (E)   Such information, including information as to management, authority, and control, as the Chief of Police may require in order to enforce the provisions of this chapter relating to such place.
   (F)   Whether the application is for a permit for a public dance or public dance hall or for an occasional dance or for a youth dance. If the application is for a permit for an occasional dance, including a youth dance, the date and hours during which it is proposed to conduct such dance and the number of dances held within the previous three-month period.
   (G)   If the application is for a public dance or public dance hall, the following information:
      (1)   The main business of the applicant to which such dance is claimed to be incidental and auxiliary;
      (2)   The days on which it is proposed to conduct or maintain such dances;
      (3)   The hours of the day during which it is proposed to conduct or maintain such dance;
      (4)   Whether the public or only a specified group is to be admitted to such dance or dance hall;
      (5)   What charge is to be made for admis-sion to such dance or dance hall;
      (6)   Whether the application is for an original or for a renewal permit.
   (H)   If the application is for a permit for a youth dance, the proposed minimum and maximum age limits of the participants.
('86 Code, § 5.44.060) (Ord. 3240, passed  - - )