§ 130.04  SOLICITING IN PUBLIC PLACES.
   (A)   Definition.  As used in this section, the following definition shall apply, unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      BEGGING.  Soliciting or otherwise canvassing the public for contributions for the private gain of the solicitor or any other private person.
(1986 Code, § 3-5.1)
   (B)   Begging in public places prohibited. It shall be unlawful for any person to beg or solicit alms while in or on public streets, sidewalks or the right-of-way thereof, within the corporate limits of the village.
(1986 Code, § 3-5.2)
   (C)   Soliciting business or employment.
      (1)   Business. It shall be unlawful for any person to solicit or attempt to solicit business of any kind on the public streets, sidewalks or the right-of-way thereof, within the corporate limits of the village.
      (2)   Employment. Loitering for the purpose of seeking employment or the seeking thereof or the solicitation by any prospective employer of any person for hire within or upon any of the public streets, sidewalks or the right-of-way thereof, within the corporate limits of the village is declared to be a public nuisance and such practices are prohibited.
(1986 Code, § 3-5.3)
(Ord. 93-46, passed 11-15-1993)  Penalty, see § 130.99