(1) Boilermaking, structural steel or pipe works, foundries, drop hammers, locomotive or railway car manufacturing, railroad roundhouse shop, rail classification yards and ship building and repair.
(2) Brewing and distilling of beer, ale or liquors.
(3) Central station light or power plant.
(4) Concrete mixing plant; rock or stone crusher, rock quarry; manufacture of structural clay products.
(5) Grain elevator, flour mill or cereal manufacture; cattle, dog or poultry feed manufacture, except from refuse mash or refuse grain; malt manufacture.
(6) Flammable liquids when approved by the Fire Department: underground storage only and not to exceed 50,000 gallons when of Class I or Class II; above-ground storage when not of Class I or Class II.
(7) Junkyard, including auto wrecking or dismantling, subject to the requirements of Chapter 254, Junk Dealers and Pawnbrokers, of the Code of the City of Buffalo.
(8) Manufacture and storage of acetylene gas (in excess of 15 pounds' pressure per square inch), acid (noncorrosive), ammonia, asbestos, bleaching powder, chlorine, dextrine, disinfectant, enamel, fungicide, glucose, insecticide, lacquer, linoleum, oilcloth, paint, paper and pulp, perfume, potash, printing ink, shellac, starch, turpentine or varnish, or grinding colors by machine; manufacture, refining or distillation of asphalt, carbon, coal (including by-products), coke, creosote (including treatment), gas and tar.
(9) Manufacture of babbitt metal or other nonferrous alloys.
(10) Manufacture or processing of meat products, but not including operation of an abattoir or rendering of grease, tallow or fats; poultry or rabbit slaughterhouse, including packing or storage for wholesale purposes.
(11) Manufacture of pickles, sauerkraut, vinegar, yeast, soda or soda compounds.
(12) Metal plating works, electrolytic or hot-dip process.
(13) Planing mill, sawmill or woodworking mill.
(14) Raw hides or skins, storage, curing or tanning.
(15) Any use equivalent to the above, but not including any use first permitted or specifically prohibited in the M3 District or any use which is or may become hazardous, noxious or offensive in the M2 District by reason of the emission of odor, dust, smoke, cinders, gas, fumes, noise, vibration, refuse matter or water-carried waste.
(a) Abattoirs in an urban renewal area for which an urban renewal plan has been duly approved pursuant to the provisions of Article 15 of the General Municipal Law; provided, however, that said urban renewal plan contains performance standards covering abattoirs which are more restrictive than the provisions of this chapter.
(16) Accessory uses and structures.