Bureau of Health — See ADM. 117.03(d); HLTH. Art. 1103.
Boat health and sanitation — See S.U. & P.S. Art. 975.
[Ord. 7858 § 1-3, passed 4-7-1936]
No person shall sell, attempt to sell, or place upon exhibition for sale, any goods, wares or merchandise, including wearing apparel, edibles and food products, taken or imported from any contaminated flood area in the City or elsewhere.
City health authorities shall have the full power to investigate and enter any premises to determine the nature, kind and character of all such articles placed upon exhibition for sale or offered for sale in any building, tenement, house, room, boat or other place in the City.
The City health officers shall have the right to confiscate and destroy any such articles found by them in violation of this section.
[Ord. 7639 § 1, 2, passed 3-7-1933]
No person shall promote, manage, conduct or participate in any physical endurance contest, dance or other act which lasts 48 hours or more, with allowance for rest periods, in any public hall or building in the City.
No owner or lessee of any building, dance hall or auditorium shall permit such a physical endurance in any public building, hall or auditorium.
[Ord. 7639 § 3, passed 3-7-1933; Ord. 7858 § 4, passed 4-7-1936]
Whoever violates any provision of Section 709.01 shall, upon each violation and conviction thereof, be fined not less than $10 or more than $300, recoverable before the Mayor or any alderman of the City. Upon default of payment of penalty and costs, such person may be imprisoned not more than 30 days. Each and every day upon which such violation occurs shall constitute a separate violation.
Whoever violates any provision of Section 709.02, shall, upon each violation and conviction thereof, be fined not more than $300 recoverable before the Mayor or any alderman of the City. Upon default of payment of the penalty and costs, such person may be imprisoned not more than 30 days. Each and every day upon which such person continues to violate the provisions of Section 709.02 shall constitute a separate violation.