[HISTORY: Adopted by the Common Council of the City of Hornell as Sec. 14-3 of Ch. 14 of the 1970 Municipal Code. Section 190-2 amended at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II. Other amendments noted where applicable.]
A public curb market is hereby established in and for the city at such place or location within the city as may be determined by the Department of Public Works.
The curb market may be operated at any time designated by the City Clerk or Mayor.
The curb market shall be used only by bona fide farmers and gardeners who desire to expose for sale on the curb market the garden truck and farm produce raised or produced by them, and all idlers, disorderly persons, hucksters, nonproducers and speculators are hereby prohibited from using such curb market.
All such sales on the curb market shall be from a wagon, cart or other vehicle properly placed so as not to interfere with or obstruct persons, travel or traffic lawfully using the street, but in no instance shall it be allowed to extend upon the sidewalk. All horses shall immediately be unhitched and removed from the street and shall not be allowed to stand upon the street.
Immediately at the close of the curb market, all wagons, carts and other vehicles shall be removed, and no paper, debris, litter or offensive matter of any kind shall be allowed to be or remain upon the market.
The construction and maintenance upon the curb market of stalls is hereby prohibited.
All scales, weights and measures used upon the curb market shall strictly conform to the tests and standards required by law and shall be subject to inspection of the Local Sealer of Weights and Measures.
Any persons found violating any of the provisions of this chapter shall be thereafter denied the privilege of using the curb market.