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SECTION 179
Registers and other records to be kept
General Business (GBS) CHAPTER 20, ARTICLE 11
§ 179. Registers and other records to be kept. It shall be the duty of
every licensed person to keep a register, approved by the commissioner,
in which shall be entered, in the English language, the date of the
application for employment, the date the applicant started work and the
name and address of every applicant from whom a fee or deposit is
charged, the amount of the fee or deposit and the service for which it
is received or charged. Such licensed person shall also enter in the
same or in a separate register, approved by the commissioner, in the
English language, the name and address of every employer from whom a fee
is received or charged or to whom the licensed person refers an
applicant who has paid or is charged a fee, the date of such employer's
request or assent that applicants be furnished, the kind of position for
which applicants are requested, the names of the applicants sent from
whom a fee or deposit is received or charged with the designation of the
one employed, the amount of the fee or deposit charged, and the rate of
salary or wages agreed upon. It shall also be the duty of every licensed
person to keep complete and accurate written records in the English
language of all receipts and income received or derived directly from
the operation of his employment agency, and to keep records concerning
job orders. No such licensed person, his agent or employees, shall make
any false entry in such records. It shall be the duty of every licensed
person to communicate orally or in writing with at least one of the
persons mentioned as references for every applicant for work in private
families, or employed in a fiduciary capacity, and the result of such
investigation shall be kept on file in such agency for a period of at
least three years. Every register and all records kept pursuant to the
requirements of this article shall be retained on the premises of the
agency concerned for three years following the date on which the last
entry thereon was made.