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Town of Randolph, MA
Norfolk County
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No person shall sell, solicit or display goods, articles, wares or merchandise upon the public ways of the Town unless duly licensed to do so by first having obtained a written permit from the Town Manager.
No person shall hawk or peddle any of the articles enumerated in MGL c. 101, § 17, and all amendments thereof until he or she has recorded his/her name and residence with the Chief of Police and has been assigned a number by the Chief of Police, nor unless any vehicle or receptacle in which he or she may carry or convey such articles shall have painted on the outside thereof, in letters and figures at least two (2) inches in height, the name of the person selling and the number given the person by the Chief of Police and be approved on the first Monday in every month by the Chief of Police.
No person hawking, peddling, selling or exposing for sale any article enumerated in MGL c. 101, § 17, and acts in amendment thereof, shall cry his/her wares to the disturbance of the peace or comfort of the inhabitants of the Town.
A. 
The Town Manager may from time to time grant licenses to suitable persons to be hawkers and peddlers of fruit and vegetables within the Town.
B. 
Every license so granted shall expire on the first day of May next following the date thereof, but no such license shall be effective until the licensee shall have paid to the Town Treasurer a fee in accordance with the fee schedule.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 300, Fees.
A. 
No hawker or peddler or transient vendor, as defined in MGL c. 101, shall sell nonpetroleum products from a gasoline station site unless licensed to do so by the Town Manager.
B. 
Violation of the foregoing shall be punishable by a fine in accordance with the fine schedule.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 301, Fines.
Any hawker or peddler of fruit or vegetables who conducts his/her business within the Town and is not licensed as provided in § 143-4 of this article and any person who violates any of the provisions of the foregoing sections of this article shall be punished by a fine in accordance with the fine schedule.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 301, Fines.