2006 New York Code - Canal Officers Not To Be Interested In Floats, Contracts, Or Hydraulic Works.



 
    §  110.  Canal  officers not to be interested in floats, contracts, or
  hydraulic works.  No public officer or employee connected with the  care
  or  management  of the canal system shall be interested in any hydraulic
  work dependent upon  the  canals  for  a  supply  of  water  or  in  any
  commercial float navigating the canals, or directly or indirectly in any
  contract  on  the canals as a contractor, surety or otherwise in his own
  name or in the name of any other person or either directly or indirectly
  derives any benefit from an expenditure upon the canal system beyond his
  established compensation. If any officer or employee shall, at any  time
  while  holding  such office or employment, be or become so interested or
  derive any such benefit, he shall forfeit his office or position and  be
  discharged  therefrom, and any contract in contravention hereof shall be
  void.

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