The commissioner of motor vehicles, a deputy commissioner, an assistant deputy commissioner
or a motor vehicle referee shall have power to administer oaths and take affidavits
and acknowledgments in relation to any matter or proceeding in the exercise of the
powers or the performance of the duties of the commissioner under this chapter. Any officer or employee of the department of motor vehicles, designated for that
purpose by the commissioner of motor vehicles, or any assistant to a county clerk
as may be designated by such county clerk, shall have power to take any affidavit
or acknowledgment which any person is required to file with the department of motor
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