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Applicants who fail to obtain a criminal history background check or otherwise refuse to consent to or cooperate in securing a criminal history check shall not receive a license. At the time the application is filed, a fee as set forth in Chapter 82, Fees, shall be paid to the Township Clerk to cover the cost of processing the application and investigating the facts stated therein. In addition, the applicant must submit a cashier's check, certified check or money order drawn on a United States bank in an amount(s) as required by the Division of State Police, payable to "Division of State Police — SBI" or to the designated state contract vendor, as the case may be, for any of the following investigations: For a criminal history name search, the Chief of Police shall submit the fee with a "Request for Criminal History Record Information for a Non-criminal Justice Purposes" form (SBI-212B) to the New Jersey State Bureau of Investigation; or For a fingerprint check required of new applicants, the applicant shall pay the required fee to the state contract vendor and fully complete "Form D" (available at the New Jersey State Police, internet website, org, or the Police Department) and follow the instructions for obtaining a criminal history background check which includes making an appointment to be fingerprinted by the state contract vendor. When the aforesaid application is properly filled out and signed by the applicant, the original and duplicate thereof shall be filed with the Township Clerk; the Clerk shall refer the duplicate to the Chief of Police who shall make, or cause to be made, an investigation to ascertain that the applicant has not been convicted of a crime (and is not subject to any outstanding criminal warrants or indictments) relating to fraud, deception, theft or assault, and that he or she is selling or soliciting for a project free from fraud or other criminal purpose. For the purposes of this check, the Boonton Township Police Department is hereby authorized to have access to the criminal history record information file through the State Bureau of Investigation. In determining whether a conviction relates adversely to solicitation activities, the following factors shall be considered: The Township Clerk shall issue to each licensee at the time of delivery of his or her license a badge which shall, during the time such licensee is engaged in solicitation activities, be worn constantly by the licensee on the front of his or her outer garment in such a way as to be visible to a person facing him or her. -9 and -10, shall be required to carry his or her license while engaged in the business or activity licensed, within the corporate limits of the Township.
No person shall, within the limits of said Township, disrobe in any automobile, truck or vehicle while the same is upon any public parking place, street, road, avenue, public park or other public place.
No person shall, within the limits of said Township, bathe in a state of nudity, swim in a state of nudity or be found in a state of nudity in the waters of any pond, stream or lake or in the waters adjacent thereto.
A canvasser, hawker or peddler and shall include any person who engages in the practice of going from place to place, house to house, door to door, or person to person including an employee or agent of another, traveling either by foot, truck, automobile or other conveyance.
COMMERCIAL SOLICITATION — Selling or taking orders for commercial purposes including offering to sell or take orders for goods, merchandise, wares or other articles for future delivery or for services to be performed in the future. -9 and -10 shall be exempt from the licensing requirements of this section, but shall be required to file a registration form with the Township Clerk containing the information set forth in § 112-4C(3)(a) through  below.
No person shall, from a street, highway or other public place, intentionally and willfully look into any window, door or other opening of any house or building with the intention of looking at or watching any person or persons partially or completely disrobed therein or engage in the practice of what is commonly known as a "peeping Tom."No person shall, on property not his own, intentionally and willfully look into any window, door or other opening of any house or building with the intention of looking at or watching any person or persons therein, engage in the practice of what is commonly known as a "peeping Tom" or frighten or interfere with the occupant of said house or building.