City of East Orange, NJ
Essex County
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Table of Contents
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Health of the City of East Orange 6-3-1958.[1] Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Board of Health — See Ch. 14A, Art. II.
Housing Authority — See Ch. 40.
Air pollution — See Ch. 94.
Buildings unfit for human habitation — See Ch. 113.
Uniform Construction Codes — See Ch. 125.
Dogs and other animals — See Ch. 132.
Garbage, rubbish and refuse — See Ch. 156.
Housing standards; property maintenance — See Ch. 159.
Sewers — See Ch. 226.
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Editor's Note: The provisions of this chapter were included in the 1968 Code of the City of East Orange, adopted 3-25-1968 by Ord. No. 20-1968, as Appendix A.
Article I Title

§ 292-1 Short title.

Article II Definitions

§ 292-2 Definitions of terms.

Article III Communicable and Reportable Diseases

§ 292-3 Diseases enumerated; reports of certain diseases by physicians.

§ 292-4 Reporting diseases to Health Department by householders.

§ 292-5 Exclusion of children from school.

§ 292-6 Conspicuous posting of premises.

§ 292-7 Imposition of quarantine; persons subject to quarantine.

§ 292-8 Entering or leaving quarantined premises.

§ 292-9 Venereal diseases.

§ 292-10 Use of silver nitrate in eyes of newborn infants.

§ 292-11 Spreading of communicable diseases prohibited.

§ 292-12 Isolation of persons having certain diseases.

§ 292-13 Disinfection of premises when quarantine terminated.

§ 292-14 Bringing diseased persons into City.

§ 292-15 Authority of Health Department to require medical examinations.

§ 292-16 Carriers of diphtheria, typhoid fever and salmonella infections.

§ 292-17 Exclusion of unvaccinated persons from schools.

§ 292-18 Immunization and examination of children in institutions.

§ 292-19 Epidemics.

§ 292-20 Preservation of life and health.

Article IV Milk

§ 292-21 Definitions.

§ 292-22 Licenses and permits.

§ 292-23 Source of supply; requirements.

§ 292-24 Suspension and revocation of licenses.

§ 292-25 Requirements for sale of milk.

§ 292-26 Pasteurization standards.

§ 292-27 Milk cooling and refrigeration.

§ 292-28 Bacterial standards.

§ 292-29 Bottling, capping and canning.

§ 292-30 Labeling.

§ 292-31 Noncomplying supplies.

§ 292-32 Physical examination of cows.

Article V Sewer Connections

§ 292-33 Connections required.

Article VI Privies and Cesspools

§ 292-34 Permit required.

§ 292-35 Filling required upon abandonment.

Article VII Housing

§ 292-36 Plumbing requirements.

§ 292-37 Heating.

§ 292-38 Janitor service; removal of garbage and refuse.

§ 292-39 Discharge of dust by tenants.

§ 292-40 Cleanliness of premises.

§ 292-41 Authority of Health Department to vacate buildings.

§ 292-42 Rodent infestation.

§ 292-43 Use of lead base paint on interiors prohibited.

Article VIII Diseases of Animals

§ 292-44 Diseases to be reported to Health Department.

§ 292-45 Isolation of diseased animals; authority to order destruction.

§ 292-46 Isolation or destruction of animals bitten by rabid animals.

§ 292-47 Quarantine of dogs which bite persons.

Article IX Boarding Homes for Infants or Children

§ 292-48 License required; nontransferability; expiration date.

§ 292-49 Revocation of license.

§ 292-50 Regulations and standards.

§ 292-51 Inspections by health and fire officials.

§ 292-52 Definitions.

§ 292-53 Nonapplicability of provisions.

Article X Food Service in Boardinghouses and Nursing Homes

§ 292-54 Adoption of regulations.

§ 292-55 Compliance with other regulations.

§ 292-56 Regulations and requirements.

Article XI Burials

§ 292-57 Permit required for burial and cremation.

§ 292-58 Permit required for disinterment of bodies.

§ 292-59 Funerals for persons dying of communicable diseases prohibited.

Article XII Barbershops and Beauty Parlors

§ 292-60 Regulations.

Article XIII Violations and Penalties

§ 292-61 Fines and imprisonment; continuing violations.

§ 292-62 Imprisonment for second violation within six months.