Street Trading Act, 1926

Street-traders' assistants.

5.—A street-trader holding a stall licence granted under this Act may employ one or more persons, but not more than the maximum number fixed by bye-laws made under this Act, to assist him in the carrying on of his trade under such licence, and every person bona fide and lawfully employed as an assistant by any such street-trader may do for and on behalf and in the name of such street-trader any act or thing which such street-trader might by virtue of such licence lawfully do himself.