Street Trading Act, 1926


1.—In this Act—

the word “street” includes any highway, whether a thorough-fare or not, and any footway adjoining a street, and references to a street include references to any part of a street;

the expression “street-trading” means the selling of goods by retail in a street to passers-by and includes the offering, exposing, and carrying of goods for such sale, and the expression “street-trader” shall be construed accordingly;

the expression “stall-trading” means and includes any form of street-trading which is declared by this Act to be authorised by a street-trader's stall-licence granted under this Act, and the expression “stall-trader” shall be construed accordingly;

the word “goods” includes wares, merchandise, and other articles of any kind whatsoever;

the word “prescribed” means prescribed by regulations made under this Act;

the expression “the Commissioner” means the Commissioner of the Gárda Síochána;

the expression “the Corporation” means the Council of the County Borough of Dublin and includes any person in whom the powers and duties of the Council are for the time being vested;

the expression “the City of Dublin” means the county borough of Dublin.