- traveling salesman
- One who travels from place to place, selling to retailers alone. Upchurch v LaGrange, 159 Ga 113, 125 SE 47. Often called a commercial traveler or commercial salesman. Known in an older day as a "drummer." A person who is employed to travel from one place to another to sell goods for his employer. Such a person is not a "day laborer" although by his contract with his employer he is paid by the day. Briscoe v Montgomery & Co. 93 Ga 662.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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