4-364-020  Inspections required.
   Every warehouse or furniture warehouse operated or maintained in the City shall be inspected under and by authority of the Fire Commissioner at least once every year. Such inspection shall be made for the purpose of determining whether or not such warehouses comply with all of the laws of the State and the provisions of this Code relating to fire prevention and public safety in case of fire, and for the purpose of determining if such establishments are so dangerous as to constitute a nuisance or to be a menace to the safety of the public or to adjoining property.
   The Department of Public Health shall make such inspections of warehouses as it deems necessary for the purpose of determining the sanitary condition of all such establishments where foods are stored or handled, and also for the purpose of determining if proper and adequate toilet facilities are provided for employees and for the public wherever necessary, and whether or not all of the laws of the state and the provisions of this Code relating to health and sanitation applying to such establishments have been complied with. The Department of Public Health shall make further inspections of furniture warehouses to determine whether such establishments and the furniture and household goods stored therein are kept free from vermin, and if any of the goods or articles are contaminated with or have been exposed to contamination with, or are harboring any germs of, tuberculosis, or of any disease of a contagious or infectious nature.
(Amend Coun. J. 6-10-96, p. 23652; Amend Coun. J. 5-18-16, p. 24131, § 20; Amend Coun. J. 2-24-21, p. 27657, Art. III, § 26)