[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Agawam 12-21-1972 as Ch. 13 of the Code of the Town of Agawam. Amendments noted where applicable.]
No person not already duly licensed under the laws of the commonwealth shall go from place to place in the town selling or bartering, carrying or exposing for sale or barter any fish, fruits or vegetables in or from any cart, wagon or other vehicle or in any other manner without a license therefor from the Chief of Police; provided that this section shall not apply to any person who sells only fruit or vegetables raised or produced by himself or his family, or fish which is lawfully obtained by his own labor or the labor of his family.
No person shall, except in accordance with a written permit from the Chief of Police and except as provided in MGL C. 101, § 17, in any street or from any point immediately adjacent to a sidewalk, sell or offer for sale any goods or articles to any person on any sidewalk of the town.
No person shall place or keep any table, stall, booth, cart or other structure in any public way or other public place in the town or upon any sidewalk for the sale of food, fruit, merchandise or other thing without permission first being obtained from the Chief of Police.
Whoever violates any provision of this section shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding $50 for each and every violation thereof.
Any person soliciting from door to door shall first register with the Police Department and show credentials. Violations of this section will be punished by a fine of $50.