Code of the District of Columbia

§ 37–205.01. Supervision of municipal fish market.

The Mayor of the District of Columbia is authorized and directed in the name of the District of Columbia to exclusively control, regulate, and operate as a market and for such other uses as the Mayor determines to be appropriate, the water frontage on the Potomac River lying south of Water Street, between 11th and 12th Streets, including the buildings and wharves thereon; and said Mayor shall have power to make leases, fix and determine rentals, wharfage and dockage fees, and to collect and pay the same into the treasury of the United States to the credit of the General Fund of the District of Columbia; and said Mayor to make and amend, from time to time, all such regulations as it may deem proper for the control, regulation, and operation of said market.