[HISTORY: Derived from Art. VI of Ch. VII of the Charter and Ordinances, 1974, of the City of Buffalo. Amendments noted where applicable.]
No person shall enter upon any premises within the City of Buffalo owned, leased or operated as a market for the sale of food or produce by a corporation organized under the Cooperative Corporations Law or otherwise for the purpose of offering or exposing for sale upon such premises any goods or products without the consent of such owner, lessee or operator, and no person shall occupy a space or portion of any such market not assigned to him by such owner, lessee or operator.
No person shall enter upon any privately owned or operated food or produce market which is resorted to by the public after having been warned not to enter upon such market by the owner, lessee or operator thereof or its authorized agent, and no person shall willfully refuse to leave any such market upon the direction or request of the owner, lessee or operator thereof or its authorized agent.