This compilation succeeded the previous edition of 1877. Two-and-a-half times the size of its predecessor, it records the greatest increase in public general legislation between any two consecutive compilations in New Jersey's history. Its bulk pays witness to the state's rapid growth during the nineteenth century and its engagement with the forces of modernity. Such topics as qUsuryq and qMilitiaq in 1877 are redefined as qInterestq and qNational Guardq; new additions include laws dealing with labor arbitration, civil rights and occupational safety. Luce's Table of Statutes, an invaluable tool originally published separately in 1900, is included in Volume I. Our reprint also has a detailed table of contents, a feature that was not included in the original work.New Jersey ... How such consolidation may be agreed to. 15. Certificate of consolidation to be filed. 16. Associations to promote reformation of ... Foreign associations not now doing business in state shall be admitted. Annual report to be filed.
|Title||:||General Statutes of New Jersey|
|Publisher||:||The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. - 2005-01-01|