Cal. Code Regs., tit. 22, section 101161(a) prohibits a licensee from operating a child care center beyond the conditions specified in the license, including the “capacity limitation.”  Here, the child care center had over 100 enrolled children but not more than 77 were in attendance at any one time.  This decision holds that “capacity” in this statute refers to attendance, not enrollment.  Section 101152 defined capacity to mean the maximum number of children who could be cared for “at any one time.”  A child care center can only provide care and supervision to children who are physically present at the center’s facility.