Any person engaged in the business of supplying towels, coats, aprons, toilet devices
or other kindred articles or supplies for hire or compensation, used for the purpose
of providing cleanliness and sanitation, and having a name, or trade-mark or device
branded, stamped, marked, sewed, or otherwise impressed thereon, may file, in the
office of the clerk of the county in which his principal place of business is situated,
a description of such name, trade-mark or device, and cause such description to be
printed once a week for three successive weeks in a newspaper published in such county,
or if his principal place of business is in another state such filing shall be made
in the office of the clerk of any county in this state in which business is done,
and such description printed for three successive weeks in any newspaper published
in such county. For such filing there shall be paid to the county clerk two dollars for each such
name, mark or device so filed.
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