Section: Persons entitled to bring enforcement actions
No person other than as provided in sections 56:3-35 and 56:3-36 of this title shall use any towels, coats, aprons, toilet cabinets, towel devices, or any other articles or supplies used for the purpose of cleanliness and sanitation, by supplying, furnishing, selling, transferring or renting the same for hire or compensation, or otherwise, or shall deface, erase, obliterate, cover up, or otherwise remove or conceal the name, trade-mark or device thereon, or shall give, take or otherwise dispose of such towels, coats, aprons, toilet cabinets or other toilet devices branded and marked as provided in this article, without the written consent of the owner whose name, mark or device shall be or have been upon such article or articles as provided in said sections 56:3-35 and 56:3-36.
The use of such article or articles at the place where the same are placed or delivered by the owner under an agreement, lease, or license from such owner, shall not be unlawful; nor shall anything in this article contained make it unlawful for any bona fide hotel, restaurant, cafe, or other public hostelry, to permit and allow the use of such article or articles to any guest, boarder, or any regularly hired employee thereof, during the period of any lease, renting or hiring agreement of such article or articles with the owner thereof.
The possession by any junk dealer or dealer in rags or second-hand articles, or person other than by the owner, lessee or sublessee thereof as herein provided, of any such marked or distinguished article or articles without such written consent shall be presumptive evidence of traffic in such goods and a violation of this section.
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