§ 91.43  COMMON CARRIERS; TRAVEL RESTRICTED.
   (A)   No person knowing or suspecting himself to be afflicted with plague, smallpox, typhus fever, or yellow fever shall apply for, procure, or accept transportation in any taxicab, railway train, car, or other conveyance of a common carrier, nor shall any such transportation be obtained for any minor, ward, patient, or other person under such person's charge if known or suspected to be so afflicted.
('68 Code, § 17-64)
   (B)   Common carriers shall not accept for transportation in any taxicab, railway train, car, or other conveyance any person known by them to be afflicted with any of the diseases enumerated in division (A) of this section, unless otherwise ordered by the Health Officer.
('68 Code, § 17-65)
   (C)   Common carriers shall not accept for transportation on any taxicab, railway train, car, or other conveyance any person known by them to be afflicted with diphtheria, measles, scarlet fever, paratyphoid fever, mumps, whooping cough, influenza, pneumonia, epidemic encephalitis, septic sore throat, rubella, or chickenpox, or any person known to be a carrier of these diseases unless such person is placed in a compartment separate from other passengers, and is accompanied by a properly qualified nurse or other attendant. 
('68 Code, § 17-66) (Ord. 1063, passed 2-12-61)  Penalty, see § 10.99