Chapter 138 SOLICITORS AND VENDORS.
Section 138-3 APPLICABILITY.
A. For the purpose of this Article, any person who goes from house to house or
residence to private residence in the town selling or offering to sell, taking orders or offering to
take orders, bartering or offering to barter any goods, wares or merchandise or offering services
to be performed in the future or at any location soliciting funds and contributions shall be
deemed a "solicitor"; provided, however, that this Article shall not apply to wholesalers
insurance underwriters, but the requirements of this Article shall apply to any person collecting
or attempting to collect any payment due from any purchaser where the collector and the original
seller are not one and the same.
B. This Article shall not apply to those charitable and civic organizations registered
Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services in accordance with the provisions of
Virginia Code Sections 57-49 et seq.,pertaining to the registration of charitable organizations.
Upon written application, the Front Royal Town Council may waive the requirement of a
solicitor's permit for representatives of charitable, religious, civic, political, educational,
and fraternal organizations seeking contributions in the Town of Front Royal.
(Ord. No. 3-85 Amended 3-11-85 ; Ord. No. 13-86 Amended 7-28-86)