Should any exhibitor violate or fail to comply with the provisions of this chapter, it shall be the duty of the Mayor to conduct an administrative hearing within ten days of a written complaint filed with the Mayor. The exhibitor shall be given a notice of the place and time of the hearing and shall be provided with the opportunity to present witnesses or evidence to contradict the charges. The exhibitor may be represented by an attorney. The Mayor, upon finding a violation of this chapter, or that it is in the best interest of the preservation of the public peace, health, safety, and welfare of the residents of the Municipality, shall revoke the exhibitor's license. In case of revocation of an exhibitor's license, all coin-operated gaming machines or pool tables operated by him on his premises shall be removed from the premises within 24 hours thereafter. An exhibitor whose license has been revoked shall not be eligible to apply or receive a new license for a period of one year after the revocation. In the event an exhibitor's license is revoked, all machines or pool tables over which he has control shall be removed from the City within 24 hours thereafter. (1993 Code 113.09)