(A)   No person shall smoke in any enclosed eating establishment except in designated smoking areas. This division does not include areas of the eating establishment not open to the public.
   (B)   All eating establishments in the city as defined by this chapter shall provide a nonsmoking area which includes at least 30% of their tables and/or booths which are available to the public.
   (C)   Any employer who owns, manages, operates, or otherwise controls the use of any premises subject to these regulations has the responsibility to properly:
      (1)   Designate the required “Nonsmoking” areas; and
      (2)   Post signs as required by this section.
   (D)   “Smoking” or “Nonsmoking” signs, as appropriate, or the international “No Smoking” symbol (consisting of a picture of a burning cigarette inside a red circle with a red bar diagonally across it) shall be clearly and conspicuously posted by the owner, operator, manager, employer, or other person in control of every premise which is subject to these regulations.
   (E)   Any owner, manager, operator, or employer of an establishment to which this chapter applies shall, upon either observing or being advised of a violation of this chapter, have the obligation to inform the violator of the requirements of this chapter and request immediate compliance.
('76 Code, § 9-5-2) (Ord. 817, passed 8-11-88) Penalty, see § 119.99