§ 90.21  PROMOTIONAL DISPLAYS; DYEING PROHIBITED.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful for any person to sell, offer for sale, barter, or give away as toys, premiums or novelties, baby chickens, ducklings, or other fowl under three weeks old, or rabbits under eight weeks old, unless the manner or method of display is first approved by the Animal Control Manager.
   (B)   It shall be unlawful to color, dye, stain, or otherwise change the natural color of any chickens, ducklings, other fowl, or rabbits, or to possess for the purpose of sale or to be given away, any of the above mentioned animals which have been so colored.
   (C)   (1)   It shall be unlawful for any person to sell, exchange, trade, barter, lease, give away, or display for a commercial purpose, any live animal on any roadside, public right-of-way, parkway, median, park, playground, swimming pool, other recreation area, flea market, or commercial or retail parking lot that is generally accessible by the public, regardless of whether such access is authorized, or any property to which the public has access that does not have a valid business license allowing the sale of animals on the property.
      (2)   It shall be unlawful for any person to receive any live animal through sale, exchange, trade, barter, lease, rent, or give away from any roadside, public right-of-way, parkway, median, park, playground, swimming pool, other recreation area, flea market, or commercial or retail parking lot that is generally accessible by the public, regardless of whether such access is authorized, or any property to which the public has access that does not have a valid business license allowing the sale of animals on the property.
      (3)   Officers in the city's Public Health, Code Compliance, and Public Safety Departments are authorized to investigate alleged violations of this section and to issue citations for such violations.
(Ord. OR-1787-10, passed 10-11-10)