1820.04  DUTIES OF BOARD UPON QUARANTINE; CARDS.
   When a case of smallpox, cholera, plague, yellow fever, typhus fever, diphtheria, membranous croup, scarlet fever or other communicable disease, declared by the Board of Health of the City or the State Department of Health to be quarantinable, is reported within its jurisdiction, the Board of Health of the City shall at once cause to be placed in a conspicuous position on the house wherein such disease occurs a quarantine card, having printed on it in large letters the name of the disease within, and shall prohibit entrance to or exit from such house without written permission from the Board of Health, or shall enforce such restrictive measures as may be prescribed by the State Department of Health. No person shall remove, mar, deface or destroy such quarantine card. Such card shall remain in place until after the patient has been removed from such house or has recovered and is no longer capable of communicating the disease, arid until the house and the contents thereof have been properly purified and disinfected by the Board of Health or treated in such manner as may be prescribed by the State Department of Health.
(1969 Code Sec. 98.53)