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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 33, INTOXICATING LIQUORS

    Chapter 1:

      Section: 33:1-4: Appointment power of director

           The director is hereby empowered:

a. To maintain suitable headquarters for said division and such other offices and establishments within the State as he may determine necessary; to organize said division, creating such bureaus and altering them in such manner and at such times as he considers advisable.

b. To appoint and have at all times five deputy directors who shall each receive such salary as shall be approved by the director and the president of the Civil Service Commission, subject to availability of funds and who shall be removable by the director for cause, and who shall be respectively in charge of the bureaus assigned to them by the director. Each such deputy shall, before entering upon the duties of his office, if required by the director, give bond, to be approved by the director, in the sum of $12,000.00. Deputy directors shall not be subject to the provisions of Title 11, Civil Service.

c. To appoint such clerical force and employees as he may deem necessary and to fix their duties, all of whom shall be subject to the provisions of Title 11, Civil Service.

d. To appoint such investigators and executive assistants as he may deem necessary and to fix their duties and compensation. Investigators and executive assistants shall (1) not be subject to the provisions of Title 11, Civil Service, and (2) shall be removable by the director at will; provided, however, that any person who has been employed as such investigator or executive assistant for a period of three years shall serve during good behavior and shall not be removed except for cause. The director, deputies, executive assistants and investigators shall have authority to investigate, and to arrest, without warrant, for violations of this chapter committed in their presence, and shall have all the authority and powers of peace officers to enforce this chapter.

e. To appoint for short-time employment or for the purpose of performing specified expert or specialist service such experts and specialists as from time to time he shall deem necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter, and to determine the specified duty, salary or fee and term of service. Such experts or specialists shall not be subject to the provisions of Title 11, Civil Service.

f. To appoint such counsel and other legal assistants as he shall deem necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter and to fix their powers, duties, salaries and terms of office. Such counsel and assistants shall not be subject to the provisions of Title 11, Civil Service.

Amended by L. 1942, c. 155, p. 458, s. 1; L. 1944, c. 216, p. 755, s. 1; L. 1945, c. 229, p. 743, s. 1; L. 1962, c. 65, s. 7, eff. July 1, 1962; L. 1973, c. 139, s. 1, eff. May 17, 1973; L. 1985, c. 76, s. 9, eff. March 14, 1985.



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