AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING RULES AND REGULATIONS AT THE FISH SECTION AT THE PUBLIC MARKET.
Proponents: Committee on Market and Slaughter
Be it resolved by the Sangguniang Bayan of Maribojoc, Bohol, that;
Section I: Any person or group of persons who wish to sell fish and other aquatic resources shall be required to secure Mayor’s Permit in the amount of P100.00 per annum, and shall be free from any other license fees
Section II: Marginal Fisherman shall be exempted to pay the Mayor’s Permit as required in Section I, Marginal Fisherman is defined as the small time fisherman who catch and sell fish for their daily subsistence. Certification from Barangay Captains is required to support that the said fisherman is considered Marginal Fisherman and be submitted to the office of the Mayor.
Section III: Selling of Fish and other aquatic resources outside the publis market; particularly within the Poblacion area, is strictly prohibited.
Section IV: Fisherman are prohibited to sell fish and other aquatic resources to fish vendors anywhere other than at the fishing ports and sea shores. Similarly fish vendors are prohibited to buy fish and other aquatic resources from fishermen anywhere other than at fishing ports and seashores.
Section V: The fish section shall be open to all permanent or transient fish vendors, and marginal fishermen who wish to sell fish and other aquatic resources at the public market after complying Section I of this ordinance.
Section VI: Any person or group of persons who wish to sell fish and other aquatic resources at the public market shall pay cash tickets upon entering the tickets booth in the amount provided in the local tax code and shall be issued with a number and shall occupy the table corresponding to the number issued to her/him.
Section VII: The issuance of the number shall start from number one to the last number each day. No fish vendor shall be allowed to choose another number instead of the number he/she is supposed to have. Swaping of number between fish vendors is not allowed.
Section VIII: Before the ticket collector leaves her post, she must see to it that the numbers issued to the fish vendors are all surrendered. Unsold fish may be deposited temporarily overnight at the specific place appropriated for, and on the following day, the owner of the unsold fish shall notify the ticket collector and shall be issued with a number in sequence of issuance and shall display her unsold fish at the table corresponding to her/his new number. Before leaving the occupied tables, fish vendors shall see to it that the tables are cleaned.
Section IX: Ticket collector shall time to time inspect the fish section to see to it that the system is strictly followed.
Section X: Violation to any provision of this ordinance shall fined with
a.) 1st Offense P100.00
b.) 2nd Offense P250.00
c.) 3rd Offense P500.00 and an imprisonment of 3 days
Section XI: Any ordinance inconsistent to the provision of this ordinance are deemed repealed.
Section XII: This ordinance shall take effect upon approval.
Approved: December 27, 1993
PHILIP R. MEDEQUISO
ALBERTO E. ARANGOSO
ATTY. JOSE E. VELOSO
Date signed: January 5, 1994