§ 115.44  PROHIBITED CONDUCT.
   A peddler shall not:
   (A)   Operate his business on any street, sidewalk, park, parkway or in any other public place unless his peddler's license specifies that peddling in such public place is permitted thereunder.
   (B)   Vend within 600 feet of the grounds of any elementary or secondary school between one hour prior to the start of the school and one hour after dismissal at the end of the school day.
   (C)   Vend within 1,000 feet of any hospital.
   (D)   Vend within 1,000 feet of the same street of any public assembly unless his peddler's license specifies that peddling in such place is permitted thereunder.
   (E)   Leave any motor vehicle or stand unattended.
   (F)   Store, park, or leave any stand overnight on any street or sidewalk or park any motor vehicle other than in a lawful parking place, in conformance with city and state parking regulations.
   (G)   Sell food or beverages for immediate consumption unless he has available for public use his own or a public litter receptacle which is available for his patron's use.
   (H)   Leave any location without first picking up, removing, and disposing of all trash or refuse remaining from sales made by him.
   (I)   Allow any items relating to the operation of the business to be placed anywhere other than in, on, or under the stand or motor vehicle.
   (J)   Set up, maintain, or permit the use of any table, crate, carton, rack, sign, or any other device to increase the selling or display capacity of his stand or motor vehicle, where such items have not been described on his application.
   (K)   Solicit or conduct business with persons in motor vehicles.
   (L)   Sell any other than that which he is licensed to vend.
   (M)   Sound or permit the sounding of any device which produces a loud and raucous noise, or use or operate any loud speaker, public address system, radio sound amplifier or similar device to attract the attention of the public.
   (N)   Operate without the insurance coverage specified in this subchapter.
   (O)   Sell food or beverages without a valid and current Health Department permit to operate a food establishment.
   (P)   Vend without a fire extinguisher of a type approved by the Fire Chief or his designee if the vendor utilizes heat generation equipment.
   (Q)   Operate at any time other than the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. unless part of a special permitted activity or the license so specifies.
   (R)   Vend within 50 feet of any building or storefront housing a business selling the same or similar food, merchandise, or product except during special one-day events or while such business is closed.
   (S)   Vend in the area around the Civic Center bounded by Pine Street from the corners of Manchester Street and Valley Street, Valley Street from the corners of Pine Street and Elm Street, Elm Street from the corners of Valley Street and West Auburn Street, West Auburn Street from the corners of Elm Street and Canal Street, Canal Street from the corners of West Auburn Street and Market Street, Market Street  from the corners of Canal Street and Franklin Street, Franklin Street from the corners of Market Street and West Merrimack Street, West Merrimack Street from the corners of Franklin Street and Elm Street, Elm Street from the corners of West Merrimack Street and Manchester Street, Manchester Street from the corners of Elm Street and Pine Street, unless the applicant proposes to vend items on private property by written permission and with applicable municipal approvals as outlined in § 115.40(B)(8), the applicant proposes to vend items adjacent to a business they currently own within this area, part of a special permitted activity or the license so specifies.
   (T)   Engage in any loud argument, fight, or other disturbances; harassed, threatened or assaulted another person, intentionally damaged, destroyed or threatened to damage or destroy any property.
   (U)   Operate without properly displaying peddlers license.
(Ord. passed 3-7-95; Am. Ord. passed 11-7-01; Am. Ord. passed 10-4-05; Am. Ord. passed 7-6-10; Am. Ord. passed 10-6-15)  Penalty, see § 10.99