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PUBLIC HEALTH REPORTS.
JANUARY 5, 1912.
MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES, RULES, AND REGULATIONS
PERTAINING TO PUBLIC HYGIENE.
[Adopted since Jan. 1, 1910.)
SYRACUSE, N. Y.
FOODSTUFF8—PROTECTION, CARE, AND SALE.
SUBD. C. Sale of food products.- No person shall bring into the city, or keep or offer for sale for food therein, any meat, fish, birds, fowls, fruit, or vegetables that are not healthy, fresh, and wholesome, or any veal of a calf under 4 weeks old, or pork of a pig under 5 weeks old, or mutton of a lamb under 8 weeks old. Any of the unwholesome food products here mentioned shall be seized wherever found by the commissioner and destroyed as the commissioner may direct.
No person shall keep any articles of human food in any receptacle that has become musty or otherwise polluted.
No person shall permit the carcass, body, or meat of any animal, or any fish, to lie or hang or be offered for sale outside of any market, store, or in any open window or doorway.
SUBD. D. Sale of certain food forbidden.—No ice cream, fruit, candy, macaroni or other foodstuffs made, prepared, or stored in any sleeping quarter or place contaminated by filth, dust, or obnoxious gases or otherwise insanitary shall be sold or offered for sale.
SUBD. E. Sale of certain breadstuff's prohibited in open spaces unless protected.-No breadstuffs, cake, pastry, dried or preserved fruit, candies or confectionery shall be kept, sold, or offered for sale in the city or in any street or public place or delivered unless they be kept properly covered so they shall be protected from dust and dirt.
The body of any animal, or any part thereof, which is to be used as human food shall not be carted or carried through any streets or avenues unless covered so as to be protected from all dust and dirt.
SUBD. F. Bread, biscuits, bake stuffs sold from wagons to be covered.—All bread, biscuits, pies, and other bake stuffs sold from wagons or other vehicles are to be protected by paraffin paper or other covering. (Ordinance adopted March 27, 1911.)
HOBOKEN, N, J.
LODGING HOUSES-LICENSING AND REGULATION OF
Section 1. A lodging house is hereby defined to be a building, or part of a building, where lodgings are provided and let for profit, only as sleeping quarters for persons.
Sec. 2. No person, firm, or corporation shall maintain a lodging house in the city of Hoboken unless a permit therefor shall be first obtained by such person, firm, or corporation from the board of health of this city, and shall pay therefor a license fee of $1 per bed per year. Said license fee shall be payable upon issuance and said ·licenses may be renewed on the 1st of May of each year thereafter. 1