Peddler definition

Peddler means any person, firm or corporation, either a resident or a nonresident of the city, who has no permanent regular place of business and who goes from dwelling to dwelling, business to business, place to place, or from street to street, carrying or transporting goods, wares or merchandise and offering or exposing the same for sale.
Peddler means any person, whether a resident of the city or not, traveling by foot, automotive vehicle, or any other type of conveyance, from place to place, from house to house, or from street to street, carrying, conveying or transporting goods, wares, merchandise, meats, fish, vegetables, fruits, garden truck, farm products or provisions, offering and exposing the same for sale, or making sales and delivering articles to purchasers, or who, without traveling from place to place, shall sell or offer the same for sale from a wagon, automotive vehicle, railroad boxcar or other vehicle or conveyance, and further provided, that one who solicits orders and as a separate transaction makes deliveries to purchasers as a part of a scheme or design to evade the provisions of this article shall be deemed a peddler.
Peddler means any person carrying goods or merchandise who sells or offers for sale for immediate delivery such goods or merchandise from house to house or upon the public street.

Examples of Peddler in a sentence

  • The Board of Selectmen reserves the right to deny a circus permit for cause, including but not limited to:• Location• Parking• Safety• NoiseSection 4.06 Peddler License Peddler licenses shall be reviewed and issued in accordance with Article V, Section 6 of the Town By-laws.

  • Directory listings continue: --- 1894-96 - Works at Columbia Portrait Studio, 22 Wotkyns Block, and boards at 67 Washington 1897 - Peddler, boarding at 30 River St, the home of Morris Ruttenberg, who is also a peddler (At this point the rest of the family had moved to Portland.) In 1898 - Has a business, apparently with one or more partners, "Waterman and Ruttenberg" at 318 Fourth St. Max lives at the same address.

  • Peddler, boarding at 146 River St. (His father Bernard is living nearby, at 144 River St.) --- In October,1892 Max submitted his Oath of Allegiance.

More Definitions of Peddler

Peddler means a Person who goes from place to place or to a particular place with goods, wares or merchandise for sale, or who carries and exposes samples, patterns or specimens of any goods, wares or merchandise that are provided to the customer immediately;
Peddler means a person that purchases milk or milk products and sells the milk or milk products directly to consumers at any place other than from a store, stand, or other fixed place of business.
Peddler means a person who offers goods for sale within the exterior boundaries of the Hopi, Navajo or Zuni Reservations, but does not do business from a fixed location or site on any of those reservations.
Peddler means any person who goes from dwelling to dwelling, business to business, place to place, or from street to street carrying or transporting goods, wares, or merchandise and offering or exposing the same for sale, and make sales and delivery of merchandise or service concurrently and on the spot to a residential or commercial customer.
Peddler or "peddling" means any sale, or offering for sale, or exposing for sale of any goods, wares, merchandise, produce, or any article or thing for which a price is asked by a peddler in pursuance of his or her occupation as a peddler.