7-21-3322. Role of market master. (1) A county market master shall, under the supervision and approval of the board of county commissioners, make all necessary rules for the establishment, maintenance, operation, and control of the markets established under this part in the respective counties of the state.
(2) The county market master shall:
(a) cause the market buildings, grounds, and premises to be kept reasonably clean and in proper sanitary condition;
(b) arrange for stalls and spaces in a manner that best suits the convenience of both buyers and sellers;
(c) see that the laws of Montana relating to weights and measures are enforced and observed;
(d) cause order to be preserved during the time the market is open and in operation;
(e) prevent and remove obstructions from the marketplace or grounds;
(f) prevent disorderly conduct and prevent disorderly persons from remaining in market buildings, space, or grounds during the market hours;
(g) cause all offenses against the laws of Montana concerning the inspection of foods or the sale of unclean, unwholesome, damaged, or spoiled meats, farm products, vegetables, or provisions of any kind to be prosecuted;
(h) designate proper means of supervising and accounting for the sales made and collecting the commissions provided for in this part; and
(i) generally supervise and control the operations of the public markets established under the provisions of this part.