On appeal from judgment of conviction.
This is an appeal from a judgment of conviction of the Municipal Court of the Township of Cranford pursuant to an ordinance of said township.
The provisions of said ordinance which are pertinent to this appeal are as follows:
"Section 15.01. Subject to the provisions of the Revised Statutes (45:24 - Art. 2) with respect to hawking, peddling and vending by veterans and exempt volunteer firemen; no hawkers, peddlers, canvassers, solicitors, junk dealers, or distributors of advertising shall conduct business within the Township of Cranford without a municipal license.
Section 15.02 * * * 'a solicitor' is a person selling goods by sample and taking orders for future delivery by self or other means. 'A canvasser' is a person who solicits orders for books, periodicals, papers, merchandise or services to be delivered or performed in the future by his principals, or who collects funds or donations.
Section 15.03 Applications for licenses shall be made to the Police Department accompanied by two identifying photographs, size 1" X 1" and by fees as follows, which fees shall be returned if license is not granted.
Canvassers and solicitors with conveyance $10.00
Canvassers and solicitors afoot 2.00
Section 15.04 If licenses, so applied for, are granted, each licensee shall also be issued a badge which shall show the name, nature of business, serial number of license, date of expiration, an identifying photograph, and right thumb print. A deposit of $2.00 will be required for the badge, which deposit shall be returnable on surrender of the badge. Licensees shall wear this badge on their outer clothing while engaged in business under this license.
Section 15.05 * * * for canvassers, solicitors, and advertising distributors, licenses and badges shall expire in 30 days, but shall be renewable for 30 day periods for one-half the initial fee in each case.
Section 15.10 Any person violating the terms of this chapter shall be subject to a fine of not more than $100 or imprisonment for 90 days, or both, and each day on which violation ...