94. (1) Subject to any law for the time being in force, the Corporation may establish and maintain public markets, for the sale of articles of food and drink and of animals, and secure the proper management and sanitation of such markets.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law for the time being in force, the Corporation may, for the purpose of construction of public markets, realise such salami or advanced rent from the intending occupants on such terms and conditions as it may determine.
(3) The Corporation may, in respect of a public market, provide by by-laws-
(a) the fees to be charged for the use of or for the right to expose goods in the market;
(b) the fees to be levied on vehicles and animals bringing goods therein for sale;
(c) the fees to be charged for the use of shops, stalls, pends or stemps;
(d) the fees to be charged in respect of animals brought for sale or sold; and
(e) the fees to be charged from brokers, commission agents, weighmen and other persons practising their calling therein.