§ 5.54.060  INVESTIGATION OF APPLICATION.
   (A)   Duty to investigate.  The Chief of Police shall make an investigation of each original application for permit to operate a cardroom;
   (B)   Additional information required.  If, during the course of such investigation, the Chief of Police desires additional information to assist him in determining whether or not to issue such permit he is authorized to require the applicant to furnish such additional information, including, but not being limited to, additional information reasonably necessary to ascertain the identity and interest of the applicant and of persons other than the applicant who may be associated with him as principals or partners or who may be in partial or total control of the establishment to be operated under the permit, and also additional evidence as to the character, prior conduct and general fitness of the applicant and of persons other than the applicant who may be associated with him as principals or partners or who may be in partial or total control of the place to be operated under the permit.
   (C)   Building, planning and fire investigation.  The Superintendent of Building, the City Planner and the Chief of the Fire Department shall also make an investigation of such application.
   (D)   Report of investigations. At the conclusion of their respective investigations, each of the foregoing department heads shall make his report and recommendations to the City Manager, who shall transmit the same to the City Council.
('86 Code, § 5.54.060) (Ord. 3214, passed  - - )