Town of Fallsburg, NY
Sullivan County
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§ 182-18 License required.

A. 
Any individual, company, society, association, corporation, manager, contractor, subcontractor or their agents or employees shall not open, keep, maintain or carry on any employment agency in the Town unless he shall have first procured a license therefor as provided in this chapter.
B. 
Such license shall be posted in a conspicuous place in said agency.

§ 182-19 Application for license.

A. 
An application for such license shall be made as provided in Article I of this chapter.
B. 
Each application shall be granted or refused within 20 days from the day of its filing in the Office of the Town Clerk.

§ 182-20 License fee; bond.

A. 
Every person licensed under this chapter to carry on the business of an employment agency shall pay to the Town Clerk a license fee in an amount as shall be set from time to time by resolution of the Town Board before such license is issued.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).
B. 
He shall also deposit before such license is issued a bond in the penal sum of $5,000 with two or more sureties or a duly authorized surety company, to be approved by the Town Attorney. The bond shall be payable to the Town of Fallsburg and shall be conditioned that the person applying for the license will comply with this chapter and shall pay all damages occasioned to any person by reason of any misstatements, misrepresentation, fraud or deceit, or any unlawful act or request of any licensed person, his agents or employees while acting within the scope of their employment, made, committed or omitted in the business conducted under such license or caused by any other violation of this chapter in carrying on the business for which such license is granted. Any person aggrieved by the action of the licensee shall have the right of action on the bond for the recovery of money or damages, or both.

§ 182-21 Registers to be kept.

A. 
Every licensee pursuant to this chapter shall keep a register approved by the Town Clerk in which shall be entered, in the English language:
(1) 
The date of the application for employment.
(2) 
The name and address of the applicant to whom employment is promised or offered, or to whom information or assistance is given in respect to such employment.
(3) 
The amount of the fee received.
(4) 
Whenever possible, the names and addresses of former employers or persons to whom such applicant is known.
B. 
Such licensee shall also enter in the same or in a separate register, approved by the Town Clerk and in the English language:
(1) 
The name and address of every applicant accepted for help.
(2) 
The date of such application.
(3) 
The kind of help requested.
(4) 
The names of the persons sent with the designation of the one employed.
(5) 
The amount of the fee received and the rate of wages agreed upon.
C. 
No licensee, his agent or employee shall make any false entry in such registers.
D. 
All registers, books, records and other papers required to be kept, pursuant to this chapter, in any employment agency shall be open at all reasonable hours to the inspection of the Town Clerk and to any duly authorized agent or inspector of the Town Clerk or other Town official.

§ 182-22 Application of Article I.

All of the provisions of Article I of this chapter shall apply to the licensing of employment agencies.