[HISTORY: Adopted by the Common Council of the City of Albany as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted 7-18-1983 by L.L. No. 2-1983 as Ch. VII, Art. II, Div. 1, of the 1983 Code]
Every proprietor of a manufactory, bindery, printing office or establishment, workshop or other place of business where women or girls are employed at labor within the City of Albany shall erect, maintain and keep in proper repair and condition for use, upon and within such manufactory, bindery, printing office or establishment, workshop or place of business aforesaid, or its appurtenances, a suitable urinal and water closet for the use of said women and girls so employed, which urinal and water closet shall be distinct and separate from any urinal or water closet used by the male employees of such factory, bindery, printing office, workshop or place of business.
Every person who shall neglect to comply with the provisions of § 141-1 of this article shall forfeit and pay the sum of ten dollars ($10.) upon conviction thereof and shall also forfeit and pay the sum of ten dollars ($10.) for each and every day after such first conviction during which said neglect shall continue.
Any person who shall solicit alms or raise money by subscription in the City for any purpose whatsoever without permission from the Mayor or Common Council for that purpose shall pay a penalty, for the first offense, of two dollars ($2.); for the second, of five dollars ($5.); and, for any other, of ten dollars ($10.).
Every person, except for collateral loan brokers, to whom a license shall be provided authorizing such person to purchase, sell or deal in any article shall enter into a bond to the City of Albany, in the penal sum of two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500.), with sufficient surety or sureties or collateral security to be approved as to content and form by the Corporation Counsel, conditioned for the due observance during the term of the license of any and all ordinances which are now in force or may hereafter be adopted by the Common Council representing persons buying, selling or dealing in any such article during the continuance of such license.