- refraining from entertaining or accepting any guest or customer unless it fills out a prescribed form in the lobby in open view;
- prohibiting admission o less than 18 years old;
- usurious increase of license fee to P4,500 and 6,000 o 150% and 200% respectively (tax issue also);
- making unlawful lease or rent more than twice every 24 hours; and
- cancellation of license for subsequent violation.
Issue: Is the ordinance compliant with the due process requirement of the constitution?
Held: Ordinance is a valid exercise of police power to minimize certain practices hurtful to public morals. There is no violation o constitutional due process for being reasonable and the ordinance is enjoys the presumption of constitutionality absent any irregularity on its face. Taxation may be made to implement a police power and the amount, object, and instance of taxation is dependent upon the local legislative body. Judgment of lower court reversed and injunction lifted.