§ 112.05  MEDICAL CERTIFICATE REQUIRED FOR VENDORS SELLING FOODSTUFFS.
   Any person desiring to engage in the business of solicitor or itinerant merchant who sells fruit, vegetables, bread, pastries, or other foodstuffs which have not been canned, shall, before receiving his license or certificate, present to the Clerk-Treasurer the certificate of a doctor of medicine, certifying that the persons handling the same are free from all venereal and transmittable diseases, and show that such an examination has been made within 30 days from the date of receiving the license.  A new certificate shall be placed on file with the Clerk-Treasurer within 30 days from the date of the first certificate, so long as that person continues to do business under that license.  No person shall transact any business of selling foodstuffs in the town under an itinerant merchant's license unless he has a physical examination certificate which is dated not more than 30 days before.
Penalty, see § 112.99