733.32  HAWKERS AND PEDDLERS.
   (a)   "Hawker and peddler" as used in this section, means any person who carries goods, wares or merchandise from place to place, either in person or by agent or employee, and sells, for delivery at the same time, any such goods, wares or merchandise to any purchaser, at wholesale or retail, and any person who solicits for the purpose of tendering any service.
 
   (b)   The annual license tax to act as a hawker or peddler, if the person licensed travels without a motor vehicle, shall be ten dollars ($10.00); if he travels with a motor vehicle of not more than one-half ton capacity, the annual license tax shall be fifteen dollars ($15.00); if he travels with a motor vehicle of more than one-half ton capacity but not exceeding one ton capacity, the annual license tax shall be fifty dollars ($50.00); if he travels with a motor vehicle of more than one ton capacity, but not exceeding two tons' capacity, the annual license tax shall be one hundred dollars ($100.00); and if he travels with a motor vehicle or more than two tons' capacity, the annual license tax shall be one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00), plus one hundred dollars ($100.00) for each additional ton or fraction thereof over two tons' capacity; and the person licensed shall pay at the same rate for each and every motor vehicle so used.  Such person shall carry his license in some conspicuous place in his vehicle or about his person.
(Ord. 1424.  Passed 9-15-83.)