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Labor--UI-C327

STATE OF NEW YORK - DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
DIVISION OF PLACEMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE
BROADWAY ARCADE BUILDING
ALBANY, NEW YORK

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^[[Jacques Seligmann & Co Inc
3 E. 51 St
New York, N.Y.
57-71485]]
EMPLOYER'S NAME, ADDRESS AND REGISTRATION NUMBER

Date ^[[Nov. 15, 1937]]
[[stamped]]3RD QUARTER[[/stamped]]
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^[[filed 1/10/37]]

Dear Sir:

Instruction No. 8. issued by this Division on April 15, 1937, required the filing of Quarterly Payroll Records, (UI-C54).  Our records indicate that although you have been paying contributions to the Unemployment Insurance Fund, you have not filed Quarterly Payroll Records.

This Quarterly Payroll Record is an indispensable part of our records and is prerequisite to the payment of benefits to eligible unemployed persons.

Failure to comply with the rules and regulations as set up by the Industrial Commissioner for the proper administration of the Law, is a misdemeanor and is a violation of Section 1275 of the Penal Law which reads in part as follows:

"Section 1275.  Any person who violates or does not comply with any provision of the labor law, ...... rule, regulation or lawful order of the department of labor, or of the industrial commissioner ...... is guilty of a misdemeanor."

Please consider this letter a formal demand for the filing of Quarterly Payroll Records, properly executed, in accordance with Instruction No. 8.  For your convenience, Quarterly Payroll Records UI-C54 are attached.

Failure to comply with this request within 20 days from the date of this letter will result in steps being taken to invoke the penalties as provided by the Law.

Very truly yours,

BUREAU, INSURANCE CONTROL

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