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portation. A duplicate copy of this statement shall be
given to the applicant for employment in a language
which he is able to understand.
6. CHARACTER OF EMPLOYER; FRAUD.—No such As to

morality. licensed person shall send or cause to be sent any

female as a servant or inmate or performed to enter any place of bad repute, house of ill-fame or assignation house, or to any house or place of amusement kept for immoral purposes, or place resorted to for the purposes of prostitution, or gambling house, the character of which such licensed person could have ascertained upon reasonable inquiry. No such licensed person shall knowingly permit any person of bad character, prostitutes, gamblers, intoxicated persons or procurers to frequent such agency. No such licensed person shall accept any appli- No applica. cation for employment made by or on behalf of any child children. under the age of fourteen years, or shall place or assist in placing any such child in any employment whatever. No licensed person, his agents, servants or employes, shall induce or compel any person to enter such agency for

any purpose, by the use of force or by taking forcible possession of said person's property. No such licensed person, his or her agents or employes, shall have sexual intercourse with any applicant for employment. No such person shall procure or offer to procure help or employment in rooms or on premises where intoxicating liquors are sold to be consumed on the premises, whether or not dues or a fee or privilege is exacted, charged or received directly or indirectly. For the violation of any Penalty for

. of the foregoing provisions of this section the penalty shall be a fine of not less than fifty dollars and not more than two hundred and fifty dollars, or imprisonment for a period of not more than one year, or both, at the discretion of the court. No such licensed person shall No misleading publish or cause to be published any false or fraudulent or misleading notice or advertisement; all advertisements of such employment agency by means of cards, circulars or signs and in newspapers and other publications, and all letter-heads, receipts and blanks shall contain the name and address of such employment agency, and no such licensed person shall give any false informa

statements.

Act enforced by police or inspectors.

Bi-monthly visits to agencies.

Badge of office.

how made.

tion, or make any false promise or false representation concerning employment to any applicant who shall register for employment or help.

7. ENFORCEMENT.—The enforcement of this act shall be entrusted to the police departments of all municipalities not having license inspectors and to the license inspector or inspectors in other municipalities. The chief of police or such license inspector as may be appointed by the chief of police, which inspector shall have no other duties except under this act, shall make, at least, bi-monthly visits to every such agency excepting those agencies exempted from keeping the prescribed registers under section four of this act, which shall be inspected on complaint made to said license inspector. Said inspectors shall have a suitable badge which they shall exhibit on demand of any person with whom they may have official business. Said inspectors shall see that all the

provisions of this act are complied with, and shall have Complaints, no other occupation or business. Complaints against

any such licensed person shall be made in writing to any police magistrate or justice of the peace and reasonable notice thereof, not less than one day, shall be given in writing to said licensed person by serving upon him a concise statement of the facts constituting the complaint, and a hearing shall be had before the police magistrate or justice of the peace within one week from the date of the filing of the complaint, and no adjournment shall be

taken for a period longer than one week. A daily Date of hear. calendar of all hearings shall be kept by the police magising posted.

trate or justice of the peace, and shall be posted in a conspicuous place in his court room or office for at least one day before the date of such hearings. The police magistrate or justice of the peace shall render his decision within eight days from the time the matter is finally submitted to him. Said police magistrate or justice of

the peace shall keep a record of all such complaints and complaints and hearings. hearings. The said mayor or other said officer may

refuse to issue and may revoke any license for any good cause shown, within the meaning and purpose of this act, and when it is shown to his satisfaction that

any

licensed person is guilty of any immoral, fraudulent or illegal

Decision.

Record of

Issue and revocation of licenses.

conduct, in connection with the conduct of said business, it shall be his duty to revoke the license of such persons; but notice of the charges shall be presented and reasonable opportunity shall be given said licensed person to defend himself. Whenever for any cause such license is revoked, license shall not be issued to said licensed person or his representative, or to any person with whom he is to be associated in the business of furnishing employment. The violation of any provision of this act, Penalty for except as provided in sections two and six, shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed twenty-five dollars, and any city magistrate, police justice, justice of the peace, or any inferior magistrate having original jurisdiction in criminal cases, shall have power to impose said fine, and in default of payment thereof to commit the person so offending for a period not exceeding thirty days. Any person may institute criminal proceedings for its enforcement before any court of competent jurisdiction.

8. REPEALING.—All acts or parts of acts relating to Repealer. employment agencies in cities of the first class inconsistent with this act are hereby repealed, and this act shall take effect immediately.

Approved May 28, 1907.

CHAPTER 231.

Supplement to an act entitled “An act concerning pro

ceedings on bonds and mortgages given for the same indebtedness and the foreclosure and sale of mortgaged premises thereunder,” approved March twelfth, one thousand eight hundred and eighty.

Written
notice of pro-

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

1. No judgment shall be entered by confession on any posted by conbond where a mortgage has or may hereafter be given fession filed

with county clerk.

.

for the same debt or in any action on said bond unless prior to the entry of such judgment, if the same shall be by confession, or prior to the beginning of such action, if the proceeding be by action, there shall be filed in the office of the clerk of Common Pleas, except in counties where there is a register of deeds and mortgages, then in the office of the register of deeds and mortgages of the county in which the lands described in the mortgage given with such bonds are situate, a written notice of the proposed judgment or action setting forth the court in which it is proposed to enter such judgment or begin such action, the names of the parties to such bond and to such judgment or action, the book and page of the record of the said mortgage, together with a description of the lands or real estate described therein.

2. It shall be the duty of the clerk or register with whom any such notice shall be filed forthwith to record

the same, together with the time of the filing thereof, in Record book. a proper book by him provided and kept in his office for

the purpose, which book shall be properly indexed by such clerk or register and be a public record, to which all persons desirous of examining the same shall have access, and which shall be the same book provided for the record of notices of lis pendens.

3. The following and no other fees shall be allowed for the services required by the previous sections of this act, namely, to the county clerk or register for filing and recording such notice, ten cents per folio; which fee shall be included with the other costs to be taxed and recovered in the judgment or action on said bond.

4. This act shall take effect immediately.
Approved May 28, 1907.

Notice recorded.

Fees allowed

CHAPTER 232.

Paulins Kill.

An Act to regulate the construction and use of dams in

the waters of Paulins Kill, in the counties of Warren and Sussex.

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

1. Hereafter no dam shall be constructed in the Dams in waters of the Paulins Kill in the counties of Warren and Sussex, except such dam be provided with what is commonly known as a fish ladder or fish way.

Must have 2. All dams now in the waters of said Paulins Kill which are not provided with a fish ladder or fish way shall, within sixty days after the passage of this act, be · provided with such fish ladder or fish way.

3. Any person violating the provisions of this act Penalty. shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

4. This act shall take effect immediately. Approved June 8, 1907.

fish way.

CHAPTER 233.

An Act to amend an act entitled “An act to enable any

city in this State, other than cities of the first class, to construct, purchase or otherwise acquire water works for the purpose of supplying pure and wholesome water for public and private use in said city or in adjoining municipalities, and providing for the maintenance of the same," approved June eighth, one thousand nine hundred and six.

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

1. Section ten of the act to which this is an amend- Section ment be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows:

amended.

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