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For the purpose of this chapter the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
ITINERANT MERCHANT. Any transient person who shall engage temporarily in the making or selling of any kind of goods, wares, or merchandise, including the making and selling of photographs, within the town, regardless of whether such goods, wares, or merchandise are peddled from house to house, or sold from any room, building, structure, or lot rented or leased for the purpose of carrying on such business.
SOLICITOR. Any person who goes from house to house or from place to place in the town, selling or taking orders for, or offering to sell or take orders for goods, wares, merchandise, service, or any article for future delivery. However, this term shall apply only to solicitors who demand, accept, or receive payment or a deposit of money in advance of final delivery.