§ 111.34  REVOCATION OF LICENSE.
   (A)   The President and the Board of Trustees may revoke the license of any licensee:
      (1)   Who violates any provision of this subchapter;
      (2)   When the dance hall, as maintained, unreasonably and needlessly, disturbs the peace of the neighborhood;
      (3)   When disorderly or immoral practices are permitted on the premises; or
      (4)   When any owner or manager or chaperon, while in the course of his or her employment concerning the dance hall, violates any law or ordinance of the United States, this state, the county or the village.
   (B)   When any license is revoked by the President and the Board of Trustees, it shall not issue a license to operate a dance hall on the premises until after a period of three months has elapsed and thereafter only when the reason for the revocation has been corrected or it is established that the reason will not reoccur.
(1983 Code, § 3-3B-6)