2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 29 - Hotels
Section 29:4-1 - Register For Guests In Tourist Camps, Homes, Rooming Houses, Inns Or Hotels; Registration Required
29:4-1. Register for guests in tourist camps, homes, rooming houses, inns or hotels; registration required
Any person, copartnership, firm, association or corporation engaged in the business of conducting a tourist camp, tourist cabin, trailer camp, tourist home, rooming house, inn or hotel where sleeping accommodations are furnished for pay to tourists, transients or travelers whether meals are served therein or not to such tourists, transients or travelers, and any person, copartnership, firm, association or corporation who may hereafter engage in such business as enumerated above, shall keep and maintain or cause to be kept and maintained therein, a register in which shall be inscribed the true name and address of each and every guest renting or occupying camp space, room, cabin or tent. Such register shall be signed by the person renting such camp space, room, cabin or tent or by someone under his or her direction. The proprietor or his agent shall write opposite each name the number of room, number or name of cabin or tent or camp space assigned to and occupied by each such guest, and the State license number of any motor vehicle then being used or operated by the registrant. The proprietor or his agent shall keep and preserve the record showing the date of registration and date when the occupant of each room, camp space, cabin or tent quits and surrendered the same. Said register shall be available to all duly authorized peace officers upon request.
L.1939, c. 254, p. 669, s. 1, eff. July 18, 1939.
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