[Ord. #49-57; Ord. #49-60; Ord. #78-341]
Any person, whether employer or employee, whose business or occupation requires the handling of or the coming in contact with any food or drink intended for human consumption, shall before such employment and once each year thereafter or upon the request of a properly appointed health officer, submit himself or herself to a medical examination by a licensed medical doctor of the State of New Jersey approved by the board of health, which examination shall include any test which the board of health may deem proper.
In case any person so examined shall be found physically fit, a report of such examination signed by the aforementioned physician shall be immediately filed with the board of health; and the person so examined shall be issued a certificate permitting him to work.
In case any person so examined shall be found physically unfit, a report of such examination signed by the aforementioned physician shall be immediately filed with the board of health; and such person shall not begin upon such work or shall cease from such work until given written permission by said board of health.
Every person in charge of any place where food or drink for human use is manufactured, prepared, handled, stored, sold or served shall require all workmen and employees to be clean and to wear clean clothing at all times while working in such establishment.
Any person violating any section of this chapter shall upon conviction thereof, be subject to fine not to exceed $25 or to imprisonment.