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(A) No massage establishment shall receive a permit or be operated, established or maintained, unless the establishment shall comply with each of the following minimum regulations.
(1) All massage tables, bath tubs, shower stalls, bath areas and floors shall have surfaces which may be readily disinfected.
(2) Separate bathing, dressing, locker, toilet and massage room facilities shall be provided for female and male patrons, so that female and male patrons may be served simultaneously in the event the patrons of both sexes are permitted.
(3) The premises shall have adequate equipment for disinfecting and sterilizing nondisposable instruments and materials used in administering massages. These nondisposable instruments and materials shall be disinfected after use on each patron.
(4) Toilet facilities shall be provided in convenient locations. When 5 or more employees or patrons of different sexes are on the premises at the same time, separate toilet facilities shall be provided. Lavatories or wash basins shall be provided with both hot and cold running water and shall be installed in either the toilet room or vestibule. Lavatories or wash basins shall be provided with soap and a dispenser and with sanitary towels.
(5) Closed cabinets shall be provided for use in the storage of clean linens and towels, and other materials shall be kept in properly-covered containers or cabinets which shall be kept separate from the clean storage areas.
(B) (1) The Health Department and Police Department shall, from time to time, and at least twice a year, make an inspection of each massage establishment granted a license under the provisions of this chapter for the purposes of determining that the provisions are complied with.
(2) This inspection shall be made at reasonable times and in a reasonable manner.
(3) It shall be unlawful for any licensee to fail to allow the inspection officer access to the premises or to hinder the inspection officer in any manner.
(Prior Code, § 120.31) (Ord. 4210, passed 6-14-1976) Penalty, see § 120.99