What is ITINERANT?

Wandering; traveling; applied to justices who make circuits. Also applied in various statutory and municipal laws (in the sense of traveling from place to place) to certain classes of merchants, traders, and salesmen. See Shift v. State, 84 Ala. 454, 4 South. 419; Twining v. Elgiu, 38 111. App. 357; Rev. Laws Mass. 1902. p. 595, c. 05.

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