§ 71.13  DRIVING FROM STREET TO STREET ACROSS PROPERTY AT INTERSECTION.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful for any person driving a motor vehicle to drive such motor vehicle across or through the property publicly or privately owned, from one street to another, at intersections in the city, unless such vehicle is driven upon the property for the purpose of having the vehicle serviced or for the purpose of making a purchase of merchandise upon such property.  ('84 Code, § 16-54)
   (B)   The failure of the driver of a motor vehicle to stop such motor vehicle on publicly or privately owned property at an intersection when driving from street to street shall be deemed to be prima facie evidence that such motor vehicle was being driven upon and across such property for the convenience of the driver of the motor vehicle in driving from one street to another.  ('84 Code, § 16-55)