Let $\Omega \subset \mathbb{R}^n$ be open and bounded and let $S \subset \Omega$ be a hypersurface in $\mathbb{R}^n$. Let further be $C_0(\Omega)$ the space of all continuous functions with compact support. In addition to that $B:\mathbb{R}^n \times C_0(\Omega) \rightarrow \mathbb{R}$ shall be a continuous linear operator in its second argument with respect to the $L_\infty$-norm. So $B(x)(h)$ should be continous and linear in $h$, but right now - aside from usual integrability assumptions - nothing else is specified regarding the first argument $x$.

I do have the following functional: $$\Phi(h):=\int\limits _{S}B(x)(h)\, dA \mspace{2in} h \in C_0(\Omega)$$

**My question now is which additional properties - to the ones already mentioned above - the operator $B$ has to fulfill so that the operator $\Phi(.)$ is a continous linear functional with respect to the $L_\infty$-norm on $C_0(\Omega)$, i.e. $|\Phi(h)| \leq C \|h\|_\infty$ for all $h \in C_0(\Omega)$.**

note: I am pretty sure that I can prove continuity in the above sense if I force the operator $B(.)(.)$ to be continuous in its first argument. So I am especially interested in any weaker assumptions. If it helps one might also restrict the space of the arguments of $\Phi$ to $C_0^\infty(\Omega)$ instead of using $C_0(\Omega)$.