Newsracks — See Ch. 239.
Peddling and soliciting — See Ch. 264.
Food handling — See Ch. 394.
Sanitary regulations — See Ch. 430.
Sanitation standards — See Ch. 433.
§ 422-1Ice cream products to be wrapped or protected.
§ 422-2Beverages to be served with straws or disposable cups.
§ 422-3Storage of unsold foodstuffs.
§ 422-4Handwashing facilities required for salespeople.
§ 422-5Permit required; fee.
§ 422-6Revocation of permit; destruction of equipment and foodstuffs.
§ 422-7Violations and penalties.
No person or persons shall sell, deliver or distribute from a wagon, pushcart, truck, vehicle or any vending device in the streets or from road or open stands or at fairgrounds, circuses, carnivals, ball fields or other places where people congregate in the open any ice cream, ice cream cones, ices or other delicacies, unless each portion sold, delivered or distributed is wrapped or packed in a sanitary manner approved by this Board.
No person shall sell, deliver or distribute any soda, beer or other beverages from any wagon, pushcart, truck, vehicle or other vending device in the streets or from road or open stands or at fairgrounds, circuses, carnivals, ball fields or other places where people congregate in the open unless served in bottles with straws or in individual drinking cups, said straws and cups to be discarded after one usage.
All foodstuffs sold under such conditions must be kept in covered receptacles until served and must meet with the Pure Food Law requirements.
All places or vehicles must be equipped with satisfactory conveniences for cleansing hands of salespeople.
Any person, persons, firm or corporation intending to conduct any such business shall first obtain from the Board of Health a permit for which they shall pay a fee of $5 for each wagon, pushcart, truck, vehicle or any other vending device, or road or open stand used in the conduct of any such business mentioned in the preceding four sections, which permit shall be exhibited in a conspicuous place. Said permit shall be good for a period of one year and shall expire on the last day of June of each year and shall not be assignable or transferable.
All permits issued by this Board may be immediately revoked and all utensils, appliances, foodstuffs, drinks, etc., may be immediately confiscated and destroyed by the Health Inspector without previous notice if the ordinances of the Borough of North Arlington and the laws of this state are not strictly complied with.
Any person violating or failing to comply with any of the provisions of this chapter shall, upon conviction thereof, be punishable by a fine of not less than $5 nor more than $500 in the discretion of the court. The continuation of such violation for each successive day shall constitute a separate offense, and the person or persons allowing or permitting the continuance of the violation may be punished as provided above for each separate offense.