§ 130.09  INDIRECT SOLICITATION OF ALMS IN PUBLIC PLACES.
   No person shall sell or offer for sale any pencils, shoe strings, chewing gum, or similar objects in or on the streets or other public places as an indirect method of soliciting alms, nor shall any person offer a cup or other receptacle for the deposit of money, or take up any collection in connection with the playing of any musical instrument in or on the streets or other public places without having a permit therefor issued by the Clerk.
('75 Code, § 11.27)  ('67 Code, Chapter H, Art. 2, § 1)  Penalty, see § 10.99
Cross-reference:
   Peddlers and solicitors, see Chapter 115