New York Consolidated Laws, Education Law - EDN § 4108. Persons employing Indian children unlawfully to be fined
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A person, firm, association or corporation shall not employ any Indian child residing on any Indian reservation between six and fourteen years of age, in any business or service whatever during any part of the term during which the school in the community or district in which such child resides or the school where such child should attend is in session, nor shall employ any Indian child residing on any reservation between fourteen and sixteen years of age, who does not, at the time of such employment present a consent in writing signed by the principal teacher of the reservation or the principal of the district which educates the children in the community in which such child resides to the effect that such child may be employed, and specifying the nature of the service and the duration of such service or employment. Any person, firm, association or corporation who shall employ any Indian child contrary to the provisions of this section shall for each offense forfeit and pay to the principal teacher of the reservation or to the commissioner of education the sum of twenty-five dollars to be sued for in the name of the people of the state of New York by the attorney general. Such penalty, when paid, shall be used for the support and maintenance of the schools on said reservation or for said reservation.
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