(a) It is unlawful to operate, or open for business, without a valid health permit issued by the Director of Health:
(1) any establishment defined as a restaurant;
(2) any place defined as a food establishment;
(3) any activity involving the sale of food or drink, such as catering, peddling, vending, etc.;
(4) any barbershop or beauty parlor.
(b) The Director shall issue such permit only if in his opinion the sanitary conditions are maintained at levels which adequately safeguard public health.History: 1972, PL 12-44 § 2.