§ 5.64.040  OPERATING REGULATIONS.
   It shall be unlawful for any person:
   (A)   To drive or operate, or cause to be driven or operated, any motor bus upon or along any street unless there is outstanding a valid license for each such motor bus obtained as in this chapter provided; except, in case a motor bus is disabled another motor bus may be substituted temporarily.
   (B)   To drive or operate, or cause to be driven or operated, any motor bus while there is attached thereto any trailer, or any other passenger-carrying vehicle; except, in case one motor bus becomes disabled while on a trip and is unable to run under its own power, such disabled motor bus may be towed.
   (C)   To permit any person to ride on the running board or fenders of any motor bus.
   (D)   To refuse to carry any person offering himself at any regular stopping point to be carried, and tendering the fare for the same to any regular stopping place on the route, or between the termini thereof, unless at the time of such offer the seats of the motor bus are fully occupied.
   (E)   To demand and charge a greater fare than that mentioned in the application for a license.
   (F)   To discontinue the service of any motor bus earlier than the latest run, shown by the schedule set forth in the application for a license.
   (G)   To drive any motor bus across any main line of a railroad without first bringing the motor bus to a stop.
   (H)   To stop any motor bus or permit such bus to remain standing upon any street for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers, if the side of the motor bus nearest the curb of such street is more than two feet distance from such curb.
   (I)   To add to the seating capacity of any motor bus after the license therefor is issued, without permission of the City Council.
   (J)   To drive any motor bus during the period from one-half hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise, unless the side of the body thereof shall be effectually illuminated.
('86 Code, § 5.64.040) (Ord. 2015, passed  - - )  Penalty, see § 1.12.010