§ 63.100 REQUIRED
   It shall be unlawful for any peddler or transient merchant to ply his or her trade within the city limits without first obtaining a permit therefor in compliance with the provisions of this chapter. No permit shall be used at any time by any person or entity other than the one to whom it is issued.
   (A)   The term “PEDDLER” shall mean and include any person, company, corporation, partnership, or other entity who goes from house to house or from place to place selling or taking orders for, or offering to sell or take orders, whether or not the goods or services are actually delivered at the time of the sale.
   (B)   The term “TRANSIENT MERCHANT” shall mean any person, company, corporation, partnership, or other entity that engages in, does or transacts any temporary or transient business in the state, either in one (1) locality or in traveling from place to place in the state, offering for sale or selling goods, wares, merchandise or commodities of any kind, and includes those merchants who, for the purpose of carrying on such business, hire, lease, use or occupy any building, structure, motor vehicle or real estate.
(Ord. 13-83, § 1, passed 5-13-83; Am. Ord. 2021-10, passed 8-24-21)