(A)   Police authority.  The Chief of Police may adopt such rules and regulations relating to the conduct of dances for which a dance permit is required as may be proper or necessary for the maintenance of public order, the promotion of public morals, assuring comporting with public welfare, and the orderly conduct of such places or the better enforcement of the provisions of this chapter relating to such places.
   (B)   Private police protection.  If he deems it to be reasonably necessary to maintain law and order, the Chief of Police may require the applicant to have present on the dance premises at all times during any such dance the number of private officers specified by the Chief of Police. The expense of any such private officers shall be borne entirely by the applicant.
('86 Code, § 5.44.200) (Ord. 3240, passed  - - )