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House. Act concerning hawkers, pedlars and petty chapmen, 1827
H.R. No. 3 An Act concerning hawkers, pedlars, and petty chapmen, 1827. Traveling sales people had to have a yearly license from the Court of
Sessions in their county of residence. The license was only good within that county and cost $20. The salesperson had to be a citizen and of good moral
character. The fine for selling without a license was between $5 and $100. One could sell all US goods, except indigo, feathers, books, prints, maps,
playing cards, lottery tickets, jewelry, and essence. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   An act, concerning hawkers, pedlars, and petty chapmen.
OCLC Number:   1374211773
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