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CHAPTER 17.

An Act to amend an act entitled “Supplement to an act

entitled 'An act regulating the age, employment, safety, health and work hours of persons, employes and operatives in factories, workshops, mills and all places where the manufacture of goods of any kind is carried on, and to establish a department for the enforcement thereof,' approved March twenty-fourth, one thousand nine hundred and four," approved April fifth, one thousand nine hundred and five.

amended.

bakeries.

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

I. Section eight of the act to which this is an amend- Section ment is hereby amended to read as follows: 8. The Commissioner of Labor shall be required to inspection of

Semi-annual enforce compliance with all the provisions of this act, and for that purpose it shall be his duty to have all bakeries visited and inspected at least once in six months; and whenever a complaint in writing, signed by any employe in any such bakery or by any officer or representative of any labor union in the county wherein the same is located, shall be received by the said commissioner, stating that any provision of this act is being violated in any bakery, it shall be the duty of the said commissioner forthwith to have the said bakery concerning which complaint is made visited and inspected. The visits or inspection shall be made in the presence of Whendinthose then working or employed in said bakery, and during the usual hours of employment therein. All As to clean. bakeries shall be kept at all times in a clean and sanitary condition. If on inspection the Commissioner of Labor find any bakery to be so unclean, ill drained or ill

liness.

Authority to
close bakery
and mark
"unclean.

ventilated as to be unsanitary, he may, after not less than forty-eight hours' notice in writing, to be served by affixing the notice on the inside of the main entrance door of said bakery, order the person found in charge thereof immediately to cease operating it until it be properly cleaned, drained or ventilated. If such bakery be thereupon continued in operation, or be thereafter cperated before it be properly cleaned, drained or ventilated, the Commissioner of Labor may, after first making and filing in the public records of his office a written order stating the reasons therefor, at once and without further notice fasten up and seal the oven or other cooking apparatus of said bakery, and affix to all materials, receptacles, tools and instruments found therein, labels or conspicuous signs bearing the word "unclean." No one but the Commissioner of Labor shall remove any such seal, label or sign, and he may refuse to remove it until such bakery be properly cleaned, drained or ventilated.

Approved March 29, 1907.

CHAPTER 18.

A Supplement to an act entitled "An act concerning the

militia of the State," approved May sixteenth, one thousand nine hundred and six.

Paragraph amended.

Assitants to surgeon general.

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

1. Paragraph forty of said act be and the same is hereby amended so as to read:

40. The surgeon-general shall have two assistants, one of whom shall be commissioned assistant surgeongeneral, with the rank of colonel; the other to be commissioned medical inspector, with the rank of lieutenantcolonel.

Approved March 29, 1907.

CHAPTER 19.

An Act ceding to the United States jurisdiction over

lands acquired for public purposes within this State.

federal

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

1. The consent of the State of New Jersey is hereby Consent to given, pursuant to the provisions of article one, section of land by eight, paragraph seventeen, of the constitution of the

government. United States, to the acquisition by the United States, by purchase, condemnation or otherwise, of any land within this State, for the erection of dockyards, custom houses, court houses or post offices or other needful buildings.

2. Exclusive jurisdiction in and over any land so Exclusive acquired by the United States is hereby ceded to the given. United States for all purposes except the service of process issued out of any of the courts of this State in any civil or criminal proceeding, but such jurisdiction shall continue only so long as the United States shall retain ownership of said lands.

3. The jurisdiction hereby ceded shall not vest until Ownership. the United States shall have actually acquired ownership tions. of said lands, and so long as said lands shall remain in the ownership of the United States the same shall be exempt from any and all taxes, assessments or other charges leviable by this State or any of its municipalities.

4. This act shall take effect immediately. Approved March 29, 1907.

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CHAPTER 20.

An Act authorizing the Governor to cede to the United

States certain lands under water in the Delaware river for the purpose of aiding in the improvement of said river.

Preamble.

WHEREAS, The Federal Government is engaged in

dredging and otherwise improving the bed of the Delaware river under authority of Congress, and in the course of such improvement it has been found necessary for the government to construct a bulkhead around portions of what are known as “Dan Baker" and “Stony Point" shoals so as to form a basin within which to deposit the material dredged from the chan

nel; and WEREAS, When completed this area will form an island

which it is thought important to have in the possession and under the control of the Federal Govern

ment; and WHEREAS, The Government of the United States desires

to acquire title to that portion of the river bottom of the Delaware river in which the aforesaid island is to be constructed; therefore,

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey":

Jurisdiction ceded to United States of submerged land in Delaware river.

1. The Governor of this State be and he hereby is authorized and directed to cede jurisdiction over and convey to the United States all the right, title and interest of this State in and to certain submerged land in the Delaware river, between the States of Delaware and New Jersey, the location whereof with reference to the United States Engineer Department triangulation of the said river, is more particularly described as follows:

ceded land.

Beginning at a point A in said land distant four Description of thousand three hundred and fifteen feet from triangulation station Stony point on a line south, sixty-five (65) degrees forty-one (41) minutes west, therefrom; this point A being also north, sixty-two (62) degrees fifty (50) minutes and twenty-six (26) seconds west, ten thousand eight hundred and fifteen and nine-tenths (10,815.9) feet from triangulation station Hope; thence from A north, seven (7) degrees and thirty-three (33) minutes west, two thousand and six and two-tenths (2,006.2) feet to B; thence north, five (5) degrees and forty-seven (47) minutes west, three hundred eighty-two and six-tenths (382.6) feet to C; thence from C north, three (3) degrees fifty-three (53) minutes west, eight thousand one hundred and fifty-five (8,155) feet to D; thence from D north, seven (7) degrees forty-nine (49) minutes and twenty (20) seconds west, four thousand five hundred and nineteen (4,519) feet to E, the beginning of a curve the degree of which is thirty (30) degrees eleven (11) minutes and twenty-five (25) seconds, and which covers a central angle of one hundred and fifty-two (152) degrees four (4) minutes and ten (10) seconds to F. The bearing and length of the chord from E to F is north, eighty-three (83) degrees fifty.une (51) minutes and twenty-five (25) seconds west, three hundred and seventy-two and six-tenths (372.6) feet. Point E is also south, eighty-three (83) degrees fifty-two (52) minutes and forty-five (45) seconds west, two thousand eight hundred and twelve and seventy-six hundredths (2,812.76) feet from triangulation station Alloway creek; thence from F south, twenty (20) degrees six (6) minutes and thirty (30) seconds west, one thousand one hundred and five (1,105) feet to G; thence from G south, eleven (11) degrees thirty-one (31) minutes west, six hundred and eighty-three (683) feet to H; thence from H south, four (4) degrees twenty (20) minutes and ten (10) seconds west, six thousand seven hundred and forty-seven (6,747) feet to K; thence from K south, seven (7) degrees seventen (17) minutes and thirty (30) seconds east, two thousand nine

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