[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Committee (now the Township Council) of the Township of Saddle River (now the Township of Saddle Brook) 4-8-1932 as Ord. No. 197. Section 139-1 amended at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions. Other amendments noted where applicable.]
All houses and buildings erected or hereafter erected fronting on any of the public streets, avenues or highways within the corporate limits of the Township of Saddle Brook are hereby numbered as set forth on the Township Assessment Map, Revision of 1932 as amended and updated, heretofore prepared by the Township Engineer, Florio C. Job, and now on file in the office of the Township Clerk.
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions.
On or before July 1, 1932, all owners, occupants, lessees or parties in possession of any house or building which now fronts or hereafter may front any of the streets, avenues or highways within the corporate limits of the Township of Saddle Brook shall cause the same to be properly numbered in accordance with the numbers appearing upon the Assessment Map aforementioned, made by the Township Engineer.
The numbers used shall be figures at least three (3) inches in height, placed on the front of each house or building.
In case of doubt in applying the above system of numbering to any plot, house or building, application may be made in writing to the Township Council of the Township of Saddle Brook, the majority of whom are hereby empowered to relieve the doubt and adjust the same by assigning to any plot, house or building a fractional number or distinctive number or name whereby the same shall be known.
Every person, firm or corporation failing to comply with the provisions of this chapter shall pay a fine of not less than one dollar ($1.) nor more than ten dollars ($10.), in the discretion of the Judge imposing the same, and in default of the payment of any fine imposed, the offender may be committed to jail until the said fine be paid, for a period not exceeding ten (10) days. Each day during which such noncompliance shall continue shall constitute a separate and distinct offense.