Township of Ewing, NJ
Mercer County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Council of the Township of Ewing 11-24-1998 by Ord. No. 98-13 as Ch. 161 of the 1998 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Fees — See Ch. 172.
Littering — See Ch. 224.
Noise — See Ch. 240.
Unsolicited publications — See Ch. 278.
The purposes of this chapter are to deter the use of soliciting and canvassing to gain access to homes or other premises for criminal purposes; maintain quiet and privacy for residents of the Township; discourage unethical, dishonest and illegal business practices; identify persons going door to door or distributing material in the Township; prevent dishonest solicitations of funds; protect the maintenance of the safety and welfare of the inhabitants of the Township; and preserve safety and order in and about the streets, sidewalks, businesses, parks and recreation areas in the Township.
When used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
MERCHANDISE
All goods, wares, food, drinks, fruits, vegetables, magazines, subscriptions, periodicals, printed material, farm products and all types of articles of personal property, services and orders for contracts for services, home improvements or alterations, and anything that may be sold or distributed by peddlers or solicitors as defined herein.
MOBILE RETAIL FOOD ESTABLISHMENT
Any person who engages in the vending of food with a movable truck, van, trailer, bicycle or other movable unit, including hand-carried, portable containers in or on which food or beverage is transported, stored or prepared for immediate consumption or retail sale or is given away at temporary locations.
[Added 3-27-2012 by Ord. No. 12-06]
A. 
Any nonprofit charitable, religious, fraternal, social, civic or veteran organization, service club or other organization qualified under § 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or any volunteer fire or first-aid company serving the Township of Ewing; or
B. 
Any nonprofit organization [whether or not qualified under § 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code] the primary purpose of which is to benefit the school-age children of the Township of Ewing, including but not limited to schools, school clubs and other similar organizations.
PEDDLER
Any person, whether a resident of the Township or not, who goes from house to house or place to place by any means of conveyance, carrying or transporting merchandise for the purpose of selling and delivering the merchandise to customers. The term "peddler" shall also include the words "hawker" and "huckster."
PERSON
Any individual, firm, partnership, corporation, organization, club or association, or any principal or agent thereof.
SOLICITOR
Any person, whether a resident of the Township or not, who goes from house to house or place to place by any means of conveyance, soliciting or attempting to take orders for the sale of merchandise or services of any kind for future performance or delivery, whether or not such individual has, carries or exposes for sale a sample of the merchandise or services, and whether or not said person is collecting advance payments on such sales or orders. The word "solicitor" shall also mean any individual who goes from house to house or from place to place for the purpose of obtaining contributions or subscriptions, or who does research analyses, makes surveys or opinion polls, obtains ratings data or similar information, distributes advertisements or handbills of a commercial or partially commercial nature or who engages in any similar work which involves a door-to-door or place-to-place activity. The word "solicitor" shall also include the word "canvasser."
[Amended 3-27-2012 by Ord. No. 12-06]
[Amended 3-27-2012 by Ord. No. 12-06]
A. 
Any person who engages in a merchandising business in New Jersey with intent to close out or discontinue such business within one year from the date of commencement, including those who, for the purpose of carrying on such business, hire, lease or occupy any building, structure or railroad car for the exhibition and sale of such goods, wares and merchandise.
B. 
A person who, whether a resident of the Township or not, engages in a temporary business within the Township of selling and delivering goods, wares, merchandise or services within the Township and who, in furtherance of such purpose, hires, leases, uses or occupies any building, structure, motor vehicle, tent, railroad, boxcar or boat, public room in hotels, lodging houses, apartments or shops, parking lot, sidewalk, street, alley or other place within the Township for the exhibition and sale of such goods, wares or merchandise, either privately or at public auction.
C. 
Unless otherwise distinguished herein, the term “transient merchant” shall also include and encompass the terms “itinerant vendor,” “roadside vendor,” as well as operators of circuses, tent shows and carnivals; flea markets; craft/home shows and expositions.
[Amended 3-27-2012 by Ord. No. 12-06]
It shall be unlawful for any peddler, solicitor, mobile retail food establishment or transient merchant to sell, offer for sale or distribute merchandise, printed material or services within the Township without first obtaining a license from the Municipal Clerk by filing an application for license, paying a license fee and obtaining a license and identification card from the Clerk.
[Amended 3-27-2012 by Ord. No. 12-06]
Upon obtaining a license and identification card as hereinafter provided, a peddler, solicitor, transient merchant or mobile retail food establishment may conduct activities within the Township only as long as that individual adheres to the regulations set forth in this chapter and carries the license and displays the identification card in a conspicuous place at all times during the conduct of activities. The license shall identify the person and type of activity which is licensed and shall be shown to any Township official or police officer or any other individual upon request.
An application for license shall be made upon forms provided by the Township, shall be sworn to, shall be filed with the Clerk and shall contain or be accompanied by the following information:
A. 
For solicitors and peddlers.
(1) 
Name, age, physical description and social security or federal identification number of the applicant.
(2) 
Complete permanent home and local address of applicant, together with telephone numbers.
(3) 
Name and address of the organization or person for whom canvassing or soliciting is being made, together with telephone numbers.
(4) 
Description of the nature of the business or activity and the goods, services or wares to be sold.
(5) 
Two recent photographs of the applicant, which shall be approximately 2 1/2 inches by 2 1/2 inches in size and showing the head and shoulders of the applicant in a clear and distinguishing manner.
(6) 
The days and dates upon which canvassing or soliciting is to take place.
(7) 
A statement as to whether or not the applicant has been convicted of a crime, misdemeanor or disorderly persons offense and, if so, the details thereof.
(8) 
The make, model, year, color and license plate number of such vehicle used by the applicant during the period of canvassing or soliciting within the Township and the number of the applicant's driver's license and the state in which it is issued.
(9) 
The name and address of the insurance carrier and insurance policy number with respect to such vehicle or vehicles.
(10) 
A list of municipalities where the applicant has ever engaged in the activities of canvassing, peddling or soliciting, whether or not a permit was applied for or received in connection therewith.
(11) 
A statement as to whether or not the applicant has been denied a canvassing, peddling or soliciting permit and whether such permit or license has ever been revoked.
(12) 
If the applicant is not an individual, the state in which it is registered or incorporated and the name and address of the registered agent.
(13) 
If the person applying is unable to provide any of the foregoing information, an explanation shall be provided of the reasons why such information is unavailable.
(14) 
Applications of corporations, partnerships or other entities shall have attached to their applications individual statements containing all of the information required by this subsection as to each employee or agent who shall engage in the licensed activity; said statements shall be signed and sworn to by each employee or agent and shall be treated, for investigation purposes, as separate applications to engage in a licensed activity. Applications by partnerships, corporations or other entities shall be signed by an authorized representative of the corporation, partnership or entity.
(15) 
All applicants shall submit the original or a certified copy of a valid certificate of authority issued by the Director of the New Jersey Division of Taxation, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 54:32B-15, empowering the vendor to collect sales tax. Certificates shall not be required for the sale of property exempted from sales and use taxation pursuant to N.J.S.A. 54:32B-8.2. All vendors shall attach the original certificate to their cart, stand, truck or other merchandising device, as required by N.J.S.A. 54:32B-15.
(16) 
All applicants selling food items for immediate consumption shall submit a copy of the Board of Health license described in § 267-10T.
B. 
For transient merchants.
(1) 
Name, age, physical description and social security or federal identification number of the applicant.
(2) 
Complete permanent home and local address of applicant, together with telephone numbers.
(3) 
Description of the nature of the business or activity, including the average quantity, kind and value of the property to be sold.
(4) 
Two recent photographs of the applicant, which shall be approximately 2 1/2 inches by 2 1/2 inches in size and showing the head and shoulders of the applicant in a clear and distinguishing manner.
(5) 
The dates during which the business is to be conducted.
(6) 
The location from which the business will be conducted, which must be a permanent building located in accordance with Chapter 215, Land Development, of this Code.
(7) 
The name and address of the person from whom the goods making up the stock were or are to be purchased by the applicant.
(8) 
A statement as to whether or not the applicant has been convicted of a crime, misdemeanor or disorderly persons offense and, if so, the details thereof.
(9) 
A list of municipalities where the applicant has ever engaged in transient merchandising, whether or not a permit was applied for or received in connection therewith.
(10) 
A statement as to whether the applicant has ever been denied or had revoked a transient merchant's license or permit.
(11) 
A bond in an amount equal to 25% of the value of the personal property shown in the disclosures required by Subsection B(3) above but in no event less than $1,000. The bond shall be in effect for a period of one year from the date of license issuance, shall indemnify and pay the Township of Ewing any penalties or costs incurred in the enforcement of this section and the purchaser of personal property a sum equal to at least the amount of any payment such purchaser may have been induced to make through the misrepresentation of the applicant, its agents, servants or employees. The bond shall be in a form approved by the Township Attorney.
(12) 
An instrument in accordance with N.J.S.A. 45:24-6 appointing the Clerk as the applicant's true and lawful agent.
(13) 
If the applicant is not an individual, the state in which it is registered or incorporated and the name and address of the registered agent.
(14) 
If the person applying is unable to provide any of the foregoing information, an explanation shall be provided of the reasons why such information is unavailable.
(15) 
Applications of corporations, partnerships or other entities shall have attached thereto individual statements containing all of the information required by this subsection as to each employee or agent who shall engage in the licensed activity, and said statements shall be signed by each employee or agent. Applications by partnerships, corporations or other entities shall be signed by an authorized representative of the corporation, partnership or entity.
(16) 
All transient merchants are subject to the statutory requirements set forth in N.J.S.A. 45:24-1 et seq. and shall be subject to the penalties set forth therein in the event of a failure to comply with any of said requirements.
(17) 
All applicants shall submit the original or a certified copy of a valid certificate of authority issued by the Director of the New Jersey Division of Taxation, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 54:32B-15, empowering the vendor to collect sales tax. Certificates shall not be required for the sale of property exempted from sales and use taxation pursuant to N.J.S.A. 54:32B-8.2. All vendors shall attach the original certificate to their cart, stand, truck or other merchandising device, as required by N.J.S.A. 54:32B-15.
(18) 
All applicants selling food items for immediate consumption shall submit a copy of the Board of Health license described in § 267-10T.
C. 
For mobile retail food establishments.
[Added 3-27-2012 by Ord. No. 12-06]
(1) 
Name, age, physical description and social security or federal identification number of the applicant.
(2) 
Complete permanent home and local address of applicant, together with telephone numbers.
(3) 
Description of the nature of the food vending activity to be conducted.
(4) 
Two recent photographs of the applicant, which shall be approximately 2 1/2 inches by 2 1/2 inches in size and showing the head and shoulders of the applicant in a clear and distinguishing manner.
(5) 
The dates during which the business is to be conducted.
(6) 
A statement as to whether or not the applicant has been convicted of a crime, misdemeanor or disorderly persons offense and, if so, the details thereof.
(7) 
The make, model, year, color and license plate number of such vehicle used by the applicant during the period of canvassing or soliciting within the Township and the number of the applicant's driver’s license and the state in which it is issued.
(8) 
The name and address of the insurance carrier and insurance policy number with respect to such vehicle or vehicles.
(9) 
A list of municipalities where the applicant has ever engaged in the activities of canvassing, peddling or soliciting, whether or not a permit was applied for or received in connection therewith.
(10) 
A statement as to whether or not the applicant has been denied a canvassing, peddling or soliciting permit and whether such permit or license has ever been revoked.
(11) 
If the applicant is not an individual, the state in which it is registered or incorporated and the name and address of the registered agent.
(12) 
If the person applying is unable to provide any of the foregoing information, an explanation shall be provided of the reasons why such information is unavailable.
(13) 
Applications of corporations, partnerships or other entities shall have attached to their applications individual statements containing all of the information required by this subsection as to each employee or agent who shall engage in the licensed activity; said statements shall be signed and sworn to by each employee or agent and shall be treated, for investigation purposes, as separate applications to engage in a licensed activity. Applications by partnerships, corporations or other entities shall be signed by an authorized representative of the corporation, partnership or entity.
(14) 
All applicants shall submit the original or a certified copy of a valid certificate of authority issued by the Director of the New Jersey Division of Taxation, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 54:32B-15, empowering the vendor to collect sales tax. Certificates shall not be required for the sale of property exempted from sales and use taxation pursuant to N.J.S.A. 54:32B-8.2. All vendors shall attach the original certificate to their cart, stand, truck or other merchandising device, as required by N.J.S.A. 54:32B-15.
(15) 
All applicants shall submit a copy of the Board of Health license described in § 267-10T.
A. 
Following the filing of a complete application and payment of the license fee as set forth in § 267-11A with the Clerk, the Clerk shall forward a copy of the application to the Chief of Police, who shall within 30 days make such investigation, within the limits of the resources available to the Chief, which may include background checks, of the business responsibility and character of the applicant or any employee or agent who shall engage in the licensed activity, for protection of the public good.
B. 
If, as a result of such investigation, the character or business responsibility of the applicant or any employee or agent who shall engage in the licensed activity is found to be unsatisfactory, the Chief of Police shall endorse on such application the Chief's disapproval and the reasons therefor and return the application to the Clerk.
(1) 
Any determination by the Chief of Police that the application is unsatisfactory shall be based on one or more of the following findings with respect to the applicant:
(a) 
Conviction of a crime involving moral turpitude.
(b) 
Prior violation of a peddling or soliciting ordinance.
(c) 
Previous fraudulent acts or conduct or convictions of disorderly persons offenses.
(d) 
Record of breaches of solicitation contracts.
(e) 
Fraud, misrepresentation or false statements contained in the application for license.
(2) 
In the absence of any such findings, the Chief of Police shall find the applicant satisfactory and shall endorse the application and return the application to the Clerk.
A. 
If the applicant or any employee or agent who shall engage in the licensed activity is found unsatisfactory by the Chief of Police who so endorses the application, the Clerk shall notify the applicant by mail that the application is disapproved and shall deny the issuance of the license. Such notice shall be mailed within five working days following the endorsement of disapproval by the Chief of Police.
B. 
If the application is found satisfactory by the Chief of Police, the Clerk shall issue a license addressed to the applicant to conduct the business applied for. Such license shall contain the signature of the issuing officer and shall show the name, address and photograph of the applicant, the type of business (peddler, solicitor, transient merchant) the applicant is licensed for, the kind of goods or services to be sold thereunder, the date of issue and the length of time the license shall be operative and the license number and any other identifying description of any vehicle in the activity licensed. A single license shall be issued to each applicant; a separate identification card, bearing the license number of the applicant, shall be issued to each employee or agent who is to engage in the licensed activity. A separate license fee shall be paid for each such identification card. The form of the license and identification card shall be at the discretion of the Clerk.
C. 
With respect to transient merchants, the license shall authorize the licensee to carry on the business only at the location indicated on the application; and a separate license shall be required for each separate place of business in which the occupation is carried on.
A. 
Licenses may be revoked by the Chief of Police or designee, for any of the following causes:
(1) 
Fraud, misrepresentation or false statements contained in the application for license.
(2) 
Fraud, misrepresentation or false statements made in the course of carrying out activities pursuant to the license.
(3) 
Violation of any provisions of this chapter.
(4) 
Conviction of any crime involving moral turpitude.
(5) 
Conduct of the business of peddling in an unlawful manner or in such a manner as to constitute a breach of the peace or constitute a menace or disturbance to the residents of the Township.
B. 
Notice of revocation shall be personally communicated to the licensee, and thereafter it shall be unlawful for such person or any employees or agents to sell, offer for sale or distribute merchandise or services in the Township. The licensee shall be provided with a notice of a hearing before the Chief of Police or designee, if requested, which notice shall be in writing, setting forth the grounds of the complaint and the time and place of the hearing. The notice shall be served personally upon the licensee or mailed, postage prepaid, to the licensee's address as given by the licensee in making the application, at least five days prior to the date set for the hearing and no more than five days after receipt by the Chief of Police or designee of the written request for a hearing.
Any person aggrieved by the action of the Chief of Police or the Clerk in the denial of an application for a license, or in the decision with reference to revocation of a license, shall have the right to appeal to the Mayor. The Mayor shall not hear any appeal unless the applicant has first requested a hearing before the Chief of Police. Such appeal shall be taken by filing with the Clerk, within 14 days after notice of the action complained of has been mailed to such person's last known address, a written statement setting forth fully the grounds for a hearing on such appeal. The Mayor shall set a time and place for hearing such appeal, and notice of such hearing shall be given to the applicant. The decision of the Mayor on such appeal shall be final and conclusive.
It shall be unlawful for a person to:
A. 
Attempt to peddle or distribute merchandise or printed material, or solicit funds or canvass for information, without first providing identification as a peddler, solicitor or canvasser registered with the Township and displaying the identification card issued therefor.
B. 
Have exclusive right to any location on public property.
C. 
Enter or attempt to enter the land of any resident in the Township where such resident has posted a legible and reasonably prominent notice prohibiting such entry.
D. 
Refuse to leave a private dwelling or property after having been once requested to do so by the owner or occupant thereof.
E. 
Shout, cry out, blow a horn, ring a bell or use any sound making or amplifying device on any of the streets, parks or public places of the Township or upon private premises.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See also Ch. 240, Noise.
F. 
Distribute obscene merchandise or printed material or that which advocates unlawful conduct.
G. 
Litter the streets, public places or private property within the Township with any merchandise or printed material.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: See also Ch. 224, Littering.
H. 
Station, place, set up or maintain a cart, wagon, motor vehicle or other vehicle, or allow it to remain on any sidewalk in such a way as would:
(1) 
Restrict, obstruct, interfere with or impede the pedestrians' right-of-way.
(2) 
Restrict, obstruct, interfere with or impede the ingress or egress from the abutting property.
(3) 
Create or become a nuisance.
(4) 
Increase traffic congestion or cause or increase traffic delay or hazard.
(5) 
Cause or create or constitute a danger to life, health or property.
I. 
Solicit or offer to sell or solicit except between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.
J. 
Peddle using a cart the dimensions of which exceed two feet in width, four feet in length and four feet in height, including wheel height, while conducting business on any sidewalk.
K. 
Use, set up, attach, place or permit the use of any table, crate, carton, rack, device or structure of any kind to increase the selling or display capacity of the peddler's cart.
L. 
Station, place, set up or maintain a peddler's cart or allow it to remain on any sidewalk if to do so would reduce the unobstructed pedestrian right-of-way to less than six feet. The Township Engineer may from time to time, by regulation, change the width of the pedestrian right-of-way space required, as circumstances require.
M. 
Engage in the business of peddling within 10 feet of any location where the curb has been depressed to facilitate pedestrian or vehicle movement.
N. 
Engage in the business of peddling on any sidewalk or along any street within 15 feet of any fire hydrant, crosswalk or driveway.
O. 
Station, place, set up or maintain a peddler's cart or goods against display windows of fixed location businesses, nor shall they be within 20 feet from an entranceway to any building, store, theater, library, school, museum, movie house, sports arena or other place of public assembly.
P. 
Engage in the business of peddling on any sidewalk or along any street within 10 feet from intersecting streets or sidewalks.
Q. 
Engage in the business of peddling within 30 feet of any location where another peddler is engaged in the business of peddling.
R. 
Engage in the business of selling at any location without giving a written receipt to each customer for any sale in excess of $1. The receipt shall show clearly the seller's name, business address, license number, a description of the merchandise sold and the purchase price, and shall be sequentially numbered.
S. 
Engage in the business of peddling on any sidewalk or along any street within 90 feet of a bus stop. For purposes of this section, the words "bus stop" shall include the sidewalk and the adjoining street where there is a designated bus stop.
T. 
Sell food, drinks, ice cream, confections or other item for immediate consumption unless the person provides for public use a litter receptacle, which shall be clearly marked and maintained for use by the person's patrons; nor shall any person leave any location without first picking up, removing and disposing of any trash or refuse remaining from sales made by him; nor shall any person sell food, drinks, ice cream, confections or other food item for consumption without having first received any permit or license required by the Township or the Board of Health for food handling.
[Amended 3-27-2012 by Ord. No. 12-06]
U. 
Leave any cart unattended at any time or place or leave the same overnight on any sidewalk.
A. 
The fees for licenses as set forth shall accompany the application and shall be as set forth in Chapter 172, Fees, for each person who is to engage in the licensed activity. All application fees to be charged for the issuance of permits are not as revenue but are charged for the purpose of covering the expenses of administering this chapter. Nonprofit organizations shall be exempt from the payment of licensing fees.
B. 
No license or identification card issued under the provisions of this chapter shall be used at any time by any person other than the one to whom it was issued.
C. 
Where an organization has several agents peddling, soliciting, distributing merchandise or printed material or services or canvassing, each agent shall pay the appropriate fee and shall be issued a separate identification card bearing the same license number as the entity with which they are associated.
D. 
All licenses shall expire on December 31 of the calendar year in which they are issued unless, by their terms, they expire prior to that time. With respect to transient merchants, the license shall expire no later than 180 days after its issuance.
A. 
This chapter shall not apply to the following:
(1) 
Federal census-takers and surveys taken pursuant to federal, state or local laws.
(2) 
The employees of any public utility which is subject to the regulation of the State Board of Public Utility Commissioners; provided, however, that such employees shall display the identification badge or card issued by the employer.
(3) 
Any person selling fruits and farm products grown by that person, with or without help from others.
(4) 
Any person engaged in the delivery of goods, wares or merchandise or other articles or things in the regular course of business to the premises or persons who had previously ordered the same or were entitled to receive the same by reason of prior agreement.
(5) 
Wholesale salespersons calling on businesses.
(6) 
School-age children of the Township of Ewing, including children peddling or soliciting for schools, school clubs and other similar organizations.
Any veteran or volunteer firefighter who holds a special license issued pursuant to N.J.S.A. 45:24-9 and 45:24-13 shall be exempt from the licensing provisions of this chapter with respect to peddlers and solicitors; provided, however, that such licensee shall notify the Chief of Police of the Township, in writing, prior to any soliciting or other activity within the Township, detailing the dates and approximate area in which the licensee intends to solicit, together with a description of the licensee's vehicle, license plate number, insurance carrier and insurance policy number. All the provisions of this chapter pertaining to transient merchants shall apply to such veterans and voluntary firefighters. Further, the veteran or volunteer firefighter shall include in the notification the license number, date of issue and county where issued. The regulations set forth in § 267-10 shall apply to any veteran or volunteer firefighter who holds a special license pursuant to the statutory provisions cited in this section. Such licensees shall be subject to the cancellation and penalty provisions set forth in N.J.S.A. 45:24-13.
A. 
Every nonprofit organization, as defined under § 267-2, may solicit in its name money, donations or financial assistance of any kind or design and may sell or distribute any item of literature or merchandise for which a fee is charged; provided, however, that such organizations procure from the Clerk a special permit and identification card for each agent or employee expected to solicit. Prior to the issuance of the aforesaid, there shall be filed a sworn application by such nonprofit organization with the Clerk. The provisions of this section shall not apply to organizations the primary purpose of which is to benefit the school-age children of the Township of Ewing, including but not limited to schools, school clubs and other similar organizations. Organizations required to file application for special permits under this section shall provide the following information on the application:
(1) 
Nature and anticipated duration of the canvassing or solicitation.
(2) 
Approximate number of persons who will be soliciting.
(3) 
Names and addresses and telephone numbers of persons in charge of such canvassing and solicitation within the organization.
(4) 
Full name and addresses of the organization on behalf of which such solicitation or canvassing is to be conducted.
(5) 
Names, to the extent known, of the persons who are expected to go from door to door to distribute material within the Township.
B. 
If the Clerk is satisfied that the application is truthful and that the organization is bona fide, the Clerk shall issue a special permit and identification cards without charge for the specified period. If the person applying is unable to provide any of the foregoing information, an explanation shall be provided of the reasons why such information is unavailable. The Clerk may refer the application to the Chief of Police for review.
C. 
The purpose of such application and permit requirement is to identify persons going door to door or distributing material in the Township to prevent dishonest solicitations of funds and to protect the maintenance of the safety and welfare of the inhabitants of the Township.
D. 
The general regulations set forth in § 267-10 shall apply.
A. 
Any person engaged in any activity the purpose of which is to aid or promote the nomination, election or defeat of any candidate or candidates for elective office or to aid or promote the passage or defeat of any public question or Board of Education budget in any election or seeks to influence the content, introduction, passage or defeat of any legislation shall be exempt from the provisions of this chapter.
B. 
Persons who solicit funds, donations or membership fees in connection with the activities described in Subsection A shall be required to comply with the application and permit requirements set forth in § 267-14.
A. 
Any person or any licensee who shall solicit or peddle within the Township in violation of any provision of this chapter shall be subject to the penalties provided for in Chapter 1, General Provisions, Article III, General Penalty.
B. 
Each violation of each section of this chapter shall be considered a separate offense, and a separate offense shall be deemed committed on each day during or on which a violation occurs or continues.