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$ 125. Penalty for failure of master or employer to perform provisions of indenture. If a master or employer to whom a minor has been indentured shall fail, during the term of service, to perform any provision of such indenture on his part, such minor or any person in his behalf may bring an action against the master or employer to recover damages for such failure; and if satisfied that there is sufficient cause, the court shall direct such indenture to be canceled, and may render judgment against such master or employer for not to exceed one thousand nor less than one hundred dollars, to be collected and paid over for the use and benefit of such minor to the corporation or officers indenturing such minor, if so indentured, and otherwise, to the parents or guardian of the child.

§ 126. Assignment of indenture on death of master or employer. On the death of a master or employer to whom a person is indentured by the poor officers of a municipal corporation, the personal representatives of the master or employer may, with the written and acknowledged consent of such person, assign such indenture and the assignee shall become vested with all the rights and subject to all the liabilities of his assignor, or if such consent be refused, the assignment may be made with like effect by the county judge of the county, on proof that fourteen days' notice of the application therefor has been given to the person indentured, to the officers by whom indentured, and to his parent or guardian, if in the country.

§ 127. Contract with apprentice in restraint of trade void. No person shall accept from any apprentice any agreement or cause him to be bound by oath, that after his term of service expires he will not exercise his trade, profession or employment in any particular place; nor shall any per

exact from any apprentice, after his term of service expires, any money or other thing, for exercising his trade, profession or employment in any place. Any security given in violation of this section shall be void; and any money paid, or valuable thing delivered, for the consideration, in whole or in part, of any such agreement or exaction, may be recovered by the person paying the same with interest; and every person accepting such agreement, causing such obligation to be entered into, or exacting money or other thing, is also liable to the apprentice in the penalty of one hundred dollars, which may be recovered in a civil suit.

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ARTICLE 9
Laws Repealed; When to Take Effect
Section 140. Laws repealed.

141. When to take effect. § 140. Laws repealed. Of the laws enumerated in the schedule hereto annexed, that portion specified in the last column is hereby repealed.

§ 141. When to take effect. This chapter shall take effect immediately.

SCHEDULE OF LAWS REPEALED. Revised Statutes. ... Part 2, chapter 1, title 1, sections 5–7 Revised Statutes. ... Part 2, chapter 8.

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DRAINAGE LAW

Laws 1909, Chap. 20. ‘AN ACT relating to drainage, constituting chapter fifteen of

the consolidated laws. Became a law February 17, 1909, with the approval of the Governor. Passed

by a two-thirds vote. The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: CHAPTER 15 OF THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS

DRAINAGE LAW

Article 1. Short title (§ 1).

2. Drainage for protection of public health (S$ 2–19).
3. Assessments to pay cost of drainage (SS 30-47).
4. Maintenance and enlargement of ditches (88 60–74).
5. Miscellaneous provisions (SS 80–84).
6. Drainage of agricultural lands (S$ 90–94).
7. Laws repealed; when to take effect (S$ 100, 101).

ARTICLE 1

Short Title Section 1. Short title.

§ 1. Short title. This chapter shall be known as the Drainage Law.”

ARTICLE 2 Drainage for Protection of Public Health Section 2. Petition for drainage; who may make, and to what

court. 3. Consolidation of applications for drainage. 4. Proceedings on presentation of petition; appointment

of commissioners. 5. Vacancies, how filled. 6. Commissioners to take and file oath of office. 7. Majority of commissioners to constitute quorum. 8. Organization of commission; chairman and treasurer. 9. Duties and bond of treasurer.

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