For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning:
   BOARDING HOME FOR CHILDREN. A place operated by a person who for hire, gain or reward has in his/her custody or control a child unattended by parent, guardian or custodian, except a child related by marriage for the purpose of providing the child with care, food and lodging.
   CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION. A program in pediatric CPR module and pediatric obstructed airway module, as defined in BLS Course D by the American Heart Association or its equivalent.
   CHILDREN'S HOME or CHILD CARING INSTITUTION. A children's home, orphanage, institution, shelter, care facility, or other place maintained or constructed by any group or individual, firm, association, corporation or political subdivision engaged in operating for gain a private business of boarding children who are unattended by a parent, guardian or custodian.
   DAY CARE NURSERY. Any place or institution operated for hire for the purpose of providing care and maintenance to children separated from their parent, guardian or custodian during a part of the day, except a school or other bona fide educational institution.
('74 Code, § 14-7.1(a)) (Ord. G-16-83, passed 5-24-83; Am. Ord. G-25-88, passed 8-23-88)