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House. Comm. on the J.B. Dunsmoore Petition. Act in regard to hawkers, pedlers, and petty chapmen, 1841
House No. 46 On February 18, 1841, the Committee directed to consider a petition on Hawkers and pedlers [sic] reported: An Act in regard to
hawkers, pedlers, and petty chapmen, 1841. There was a long list of items these folks could not sell, many of which would seem appropriate to the trade.
They could sell food and things manufactured in the United States, except those on the list. There were heavy fines for disregarding the rules and
anyone could rat them out for half the fine. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Library of Congress).
Title:   The committee to whom was referred the petition of J.B. Dinsmoore and others, citizens of Lowell, asking for some further action in regard to the law concerning hawkers and pedlers, ask leave to report an act.
OCLC Number:   1422022377
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