§ 115.06  TIME LIMIT ON SOLICITING.
   (A)   It is hereby declared to be unlawful and shall constitute a nuisance for any person whether registered under this subchapter or not, to go upon any premises and ring the doorbell upon or near any door, or create any sound in any other manner calculated to attract the attention of the occupant of such residence, for the purpose of securing an audience with the occupant thereof and engage in soliciting as herein defined, prior to 9:00 a.m. or after 9:00 p.m. of any weekday, or at any time on a Sunday or on a state or national holiday.
(Ord. 1981-18-1, passed 12-7-81)
   (B)   Notice regulating soliciting.  Notice of the determination of the occupant’s refusal of invitation to any solicitor shall be given in the following manner:  a weatherproof card, at least three inches by four inches in size, shall be exhibited upon or near the main entrance door to the residence, indicating the determination by the occupant, containing the applicable words, as follows:  “NO HAWKERS OR PEDDLERS INVITED or NO SOLICITORS.”  The letters shall be at least one-third inch height, for the purpose of uniformity. “NO HAWKERS OR PEDDLERS INVITED” is hereby recognized as an older form of expression of the notice of the desire not to invite any solicitors.
(Ord. 1978-1-8-2, passed 2-6-78)
   (C)   Such card so exhibited shall constitute sufficient notice to any solicitor of the determination of the refusal of invitation by all occupants of the residence.
(Ord. 1978-1-6-3, passed 2-6-78)
   (D)   It shall be the duty of every solicitor, upon going onto any premises in the village upon which a residence is located, to first examine the front entry area for the notice provided for in this subchapter, if any is attached, and be governed by the statement contained on the notice.  If the notice states “NO HAWKERS OR PEDDLERS INVITED or NO SOLICITORS,” then the solicitor shall immediately and peacefully depart from the premises.
(Ord. 1978-1-6-4, passed 2-6-78)
   (E)   Any solicitor who has gained entrance to any residence, whether invited or not, shall immediately and peacefully depart from the premises when requested to do so by the occupant.
(Ord. 1978-1-8-5, passed 2-6-78)
(‘81 Code, § 5-14.06) (Ord. 2008-53, passed 11-3-08)  Penalty, see § 10.99