§ 10. Licensee prohibitions. No licensee shall send or cause to be sent any female help or servants, inmate,
or performer to enter any questionable place, or place of bad repute, house of ill-fame,
or assignation house, or to any house or place of amusement kept for immoral purposes,
or place resorted to for the purpose of prostitution or gambling house, the character
of which licensee knows either actually or by reputation.
No licensee shall permit questionable characters, prostitutes, gamblers, intoxicated
persons, or procurers to frequent the agency.
No licensee shall accept any application for employment made by or on behalf of any
child, or shall place or assist in placing any such child in any employment whatever,
in violation of the Child Labor Law. 1 A violation of any provision of this Section shall be a Class A misdemeanor.
No licensee shall publish or cause to be published any fraudulent or misleading notice
or advertisement of its employment agencies by means of cards, circulars, or signs,
or in newspapers or other publications; and all letterheads, receipts, and blanks
shall contain the full name and address of the employment agency and licensee shall
state in all notices and advertisements the fact that licensee is, or conducts, a
private employment agency.
No licensee shall print, publish, or paint on any sign or window, or insert in any
newspaper or publication, a name similar to that of the Illinois Public Employment
No licensee shall print or stamp on any receipt or on any contract used by that agency
any part of this Act, unless the entire Section from which that part is taken is printed
or stamped thereon.
All written communications sent out by any licensee, directly or indirectly, to any
person or firm with regard to employees or employment shall contain therein definite
information that such person is a private employment agency.
No licensee or his or her employees shall knowingly give any false or misleading information,
or make any false or misleading promise to any applicant who shall apply for employment
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