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SECTION 125
Soliciting the surrender of tickets a misdemeanor
General Business (GBS) CHAPTER 20, ARTICLE 9-A
§ 125. Soliciting the surrender of tickets a misdemeanor. Any hotel,
boarding-house, lodging-house or restaurant owner, proprietor, manager,
clerk or other employee or any runner, guide, porter or solicitor who
solicits in any manner any immigrant or steerage passenger inward or
outward bound, having a railroad or steamship ticket, order or other
instrument entitling or purporting to entitle such passenger to
transportation or conveyance on any railroad or steamship, to surrender
such ticket, order or other instrument to such hotel, boarding-house,
lodging-house or restaurant owner, proprietor, manager or other employee
or to any runner, guide, porter or solicitor or any other person for the
purpose of detaining any such immigrant or steerage passenger in any
such hotel, boarding-house, lodging-house, or restaurant, shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor.