|e. Refuse collection and disposal shall be in accordance with the provisions of Chapter XVIII of this Code.
f. Comfort rooms - Adequate number of comfort rooms shall be provided as well as auxiliary facilities therein in accordance with the provisions on Chapter XVII of
g. Waiting sheds for computers shall be of adequate size to comfortably accommodate a minimum of thirty (30) persons. Floors shall be of smooth concrete finish
and adequate sitting facilities provided for .
h. Sale of foodstuffs in those establishments shall be done in conformity with the provisions of Chapter III of this Code.
CHAPTER X - Camps and Picnic Grounds
Sec. 55. No camps and picnic grounds shall be open for public patronage without a sanitary permit issued by Secretary or his duly authorized representative.
a. Camps and picnic ground sites shall not be subject to flooding, must be well drained, distant from any source of nuisance and will not endanger sources of any
public water supply.
b. Camp and picnic houses shall be provided with adequate lightning and ventilation. Where tents are used flooring shall be at least 4 inches above the ground.
c. Adequate and safe drinking water shall be available at all times in accordance with the provisions of Chapter II of this Code.
d. Adequate number of sanitary facilities shall be provided.
e. Sewage disposal shall be in accordance with the provisions on Chapter III of this Code.
f. The Storage, preparation and serving food shall be in accordance with Chapter III of this Code.
g. Refuse cans shall be provided at strategic points in the ground area provided with tight fitting cover. A regular collection service shall be maintained. Refuse
disposal shall be in accordance with the provisions of Chapter XVIII of this Code.
h. Camps and picnic grounds shall at all times be maintained clean, free from litter and accumulated rubbish.
i. A program on Vermin Control shall be made in accordance with Chapter XVI of this Code.
CHAPTER XI - Dancing Schools, Dance Halls and Night Clubs
Sec. 56. General Provisions. - The following provisions are applicable to dancing schools, dance halls and night clubs:
a. These establishments shall be operated and opened for public patronage only when a sanitary permit is issued by the local health authority.
b. These establishments and their premises shall be kept clean and sanitary at all times.
c. Patrons shall be provided with adequate potable water and toilet facilities in accordance with standards prescribed in this Code.
d. There shall be no private rooms or separate compartments for public use except those used for lavatories, dressing rooms, bars and kitchens.
Sec. 57. Special Provisions. - The following provisions are applicable in cases herein specified:
a. For dancing schools -
No person shall be employed as a dancing instructor or instructress without securing a health certificate from the local health authority.
b. For dance halls and night clubs -
1. No person shall be employed as hostess or cook or bartender or waiter without first securing a health certificate from the local health authority.
2. The storage, preparation and serving of food and drinks shall be in accordance with the provisions prescribed in Chapter III of this Code.
CHAPTER XII - Tonsorial and Beauty Establishments
Sec. 58. Definition of Terms. - As used in this Chapter, the term"Tonsorial and Beauty Establishments" include barber shops, beauty parlors, hairdressing and
manicuring establishments and figure slenderizing salons.
a. Requirements - These establishments are subject to the following requirements:
1. Sanitary permit shall be produced from the local health authority before their operation.
2. They shall be maintained clean and sanitary at all times.