As used in this chapter:
   (a)   "Public eating and drinking place" means any place where food or drink is served to or provided for the public with or without charge, such as hotels, restaurants, cafes, cafeterias, boarding houses, street vendors or stalls, ice cream saloons, soda water or soft drink fountains, bars or taverns, private, public, parochial or Sunday schools, churches, hospitals, public institutions, industries, factories, shops, offices, office buildings, stores, railroad stations, parks, picnic grounds, fair grounds, camp meeting grounds, theaters or motion picture houses and public pumps, wells, springs or other water supplies.
   (b)   "Proprietor" means any person, firm or corporation who conducts a public eating or drinking place.
   (c)   "Employee" means any person employed in a public eating or drinking place who does or may in any manner handle or come in contact with food or drink served to or provided for the public, and includes the proprietor or manager or any member of his family if he or she handles such food or drink.
(Ord. 35. Passed 5-26-20.)