City of Buffalo, NY
Erie County
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[HISTORY: Derived from Art. III of Ch. V of the Charter and Ordinances, 1974, of the City of Buffalo. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Food and drugs — See Ch. 193.
Fruits and vegetables — See Ch. 199.
Grain — See Ch. 226.
Markets — See Ch. 275.
Restaurants — See Ch. 370.
Sanitation — See Ch. 378.
As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
BAKER
A maker or manufacturer of bread or other flour products or meal products.
CONFECTIONER
A maker or manufacturer of candies or other confectionery.
No person, firm or corporation shall hereafter engage or continue in business as a baker or confectioner in the City of Buffalo without first obtaining a license and permit as hereinafter provided.
[Amended 12-23-2003, effective 12-31-2003]
Any person, firm or corporation hereafter desiring to engage or continue in business as a baker or confectioner in the City of Buffalo shall first make written application to the Commissioner of Permit and Inspection Services setting forth the name of such person, firm or corporation and the place, by street and number, where the business is to be carried on. The Commissioner of Permit and Inspection Services shall thereafter cause such place, with all its appurtenances and the fixtures and appliances connected therewith or to be used therein, to be carefully inspected by the County Health Commissioner, and if satisfied, having in view the protection of the public health, that said applicant has fully complied with the provisions of this chapter and all health regulations, said County Health Commissioner shall issue a written permit to such applicant to engage in or continue the business of a baker or confectioner at such place.
[Amended 12-23-2003, effective 12-31-2003]
Upon the presentation of the written permit issued by the County Health Commissioner and upon the payment of the sums herein fixed, the Commissioner of Permit and Inspection Services shall issue a license to the person, firm or corporation therein named to engage or continue in business as baker or confectioner at the place specified in such permit.
The license fees to be paid for pursuant to this section shall be as provided in Chapter 175, Fees.
[Amended 5-22-1995; effective 6-2-1995]
All permits and licenses issued pursuant to this chapter shall expire every two years on the 31st day of December. No permit or license shall be transferable.
[Amended 12-23-2003, effective 12-31-2003]
Every building occupied and used as a bakery or confectionery establishment shall be inspected by the Department of Permit and Inspection Services to ensure that it is well drained, and all plumbing therein shall be constructed in accordance with the rules and regulations governing plumbers and plumbing in the City of Buffalo, and that it meets all New York State Building and Fire Codes.[1]
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Editor's Note: Former §§ 88-8 through 88-15, regarding toilet facilities, work attire, disease, cleanliness, ingredients, labels, weighing and stale bread, which immediately followed this section, were repealed 12-23-2003, effective 12-31-2003.