As used in this chapter, unless a different meaning clearly appears from the context:
   (a)   "Peddling" means calling at residences without an invitation or previous consent of the owner or occupant of such premises for the purpose of any one or more of the following activities:
      (1)   Seeking for profit to obtain orders for the purchase of goods, wares, merchandise, foodstuffs or services of any kind, character or description whatever, for either present or future delivery;
      (2)   Seeking to obtain prospective customers for application or purchase of insurance of any type, kind or character;
      (3)   Seeking to obtain subscriptions to books, magazines, periodicals, newspapers and every other kind or type of publication.
   (b)   "Solicitation" means:
      (1)   Seeking to obtain from an occupant of any residence an indication of such occupant's belief in regard to any social, political or religious matters;
      (2)   Seeking to obtain contributions or sell any goods, articles or services of any kind for the support or benefit of any educational, civic, philanthropic, charitable, religious or non-profit association, organization, corporation or project;
      (3)   Seeking to influence the personal belief of the occupant of any residence in regard to any social, political or religious matter; or
      (4)   Taking a poll or census by any person, firm or corporation, other than a governmental body or agency thereof, and excluding commercial polls.
         (Ord. 10-196. Passed 6-16-10.)