What is JANITOR?

In old English law. A door-keeper. Fleta, lib. 2, c. 24. In modern law. A janitor is understood to lie a person employed to take charge of rooms or buildings, to see that they are kept clean and in order, to lock and unlock them, aud generally to care for them. Fagau v. New York, S4 N. Y. 352.

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