§ 9-610.  Massage Businesses. 850
   (1)   Licenses. 851 No person shall engage in the business of, or be employed as, a masseur or masseuse unless he has obtained an operator's license from the Department of Licenses and Inspections.
   (2)   Information. 852 Each applicant for an operator's license shall set forth on forms provided by the Department:
      (a)   the name and address of the applicant and former addresses for a period of three years;
      (b)   a statement of past employers for three years if the applicant desires an operator's license;
      (c)   such other information that the Department may require.
   (3)   Fee. 853 The applicant for an operator's license shall pay an annual license fee of forty dollars ($40).
   (4)   Exemptions. 854 The provisions of this Ordinance shall not apply to massage treatments given
      (a)   in the office of a licensed physician, osteopath, chiropractor, or a physical therapist;
      (b)   in a regularly established medical center, hospital, or sanitarium;
      (c)   in a residence of a person under doctor's care by the direction of the doctor;
      (d)   upon the order of a licensed physician, osteopath, chiropractor, or physical therapist.

 

Notes

850
   Amended, 1963 Ordinances, p. 955; amended by deleting former subsections (6) and (7), 1990 Ordinances p. 715.
851
   Amended, Bill No. 090777-A (approved February 17, 2010).
852
   Amended, Bill No. 090777-A (approved February 17, 2010).
853
   Amended, 1973 Ordinances, p. 902; amended, 1992 Ordinances, p. 550; amended, Bill No. 090777-A (approved February 17, 2010).
854
   Renumbered and former subsection (4) deleted, Bill No. 080433 (approved November 19, 2008).