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§ 261-51. Licensing and activities of itinerant street vendors and peddlers
(a) No person shall engage in the business of an itinerant street vendor or peddler within the corporate limits of the Village of Orleans without first applying for and receiving a license so to do. Such license fee shall be fixed by the trustees of such Village, but in the case of persons required to pay a peddler's license tax to the State, such fee shall not exceed $2.00 per year. The provisions of this section shall not apply to person engaged in selling meats, poultry, eggs, butter, fruits, or vegetables which are raised or produced by them.
(b) Any person who shall engage in the business of an itinerant street vendor or peddler, either as principal or agent, within the corporate limits of the Village of Orleans, without first obtaining the license required in this charter, shall be fined not more than $25.00 nor less than $5.00 for each day that the person shall engage in such business without such license. (Added 1935, No. 256, § 1.)