2006 New York Code - Laws: Military : (235 - 254) Privileges, Prohibitions And PenaltiesArticle 11 - PRIVILEGES, PROHIBITIONS AND PENALTIES
235 - Relief from civil or criminal liability; exemption from civil process; security for costs.
235-A - Income and resources not to include agent orange benefits.
236 - Right of way.
237 - Free passage through toll-gates and tunnels and over toll-bridges and ferries.
238 - Converting military property; unlawful wearing of uniforms and devices indicating rank; unlawful use of name of military or naval organization, or uni
238-A - Damaging military or naval equipment, supplies or stores.
238-B - Seizing military stores belonging to the state.
238-C - Wearing of uniforms; prohibited.
239 - Trespassers and disturbers to be placed in arrest; sales and gambling prohibited.
240 - Military parades and organizations by unauthorized bodies prohibited.
240-A - Historic military commands.
241 - Devises and bequests.
242 - Rights of public officers and employees absent on military duty as members of the organized militia or of reserve forces or reserve components of the
243 - Provisions applicable to public employees who are absent on military duty.
243-A - Non-contributory retirement service credit for members of the New York state and local retirement systems or the New York state teachers' retirement s
243-B - Civil service examinations by military personnel.
243-B*2 - Payment of certain pension contributions by the city of New York.
243-C - Application period for civil service examinations for military personnel.
243-D - Non-contributory retirement service credit for members of the New York state and local retirement systems or the New York state teachers' retirement
244 - Members of pension system absent on military duty.
244-A - Credit to members of public retirement systems for military service performed during war.
245 - Retirement allowances of certain war veterans.
246 - Leave of absence for public employees who are war veterans to continue study.
247 - Medals and decorations.
248 - Oaths.
249 - State and municipal officers and employees granted leaves of absence on July fourth in certain cases.
250 - Recording certificates of honorable discharge.
250-A - Flags.
251 - Depriving members of organized militia of employment.
252 - Discrimination against members of organized militia.
254 - Video teleconferencing for families of persons ordered to active duty.
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