2006 New York Code - Coney Island Oceanarium.



 
    §  18-114  Coney island oceanarium. The commissioner may enter into an
  agreement with the New York Zoological Society  for  the  operation  and
  maintenance  by such New York Zoological Society of certain premises and
  approaches thereto to be constructed at Coney Island in the  borough  of
  Brooklyn,  to  be known as the oceanarium, and for the adequate keeping,
  maintenance,  extension,   preservation,   management,   operation   and
  exhibition by such New York Zoological Society of collections of aquatic
  animals  and  plants  therein  and  for  the furnishing by such New York
  Zoological Society of opportunities for study, research and  publication
  in   connection  with  such  collections.  Such  contract  shall  become
  effective only upon the approval of the mayor. Upon the making  of  such
  contract,  the  city may annually, in its discretion, appropriate to the
  said New York Zoological Society such sum or sums as  it  may  determine
  for  the  maintenance  and  support  of  the  said  oceanarium  and  the
  activities of  the  said  New  York  Zoological  Society  in  connection
  therewith.

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