2006 New York Code - Laws: Navigation : (30 - 39) Navigable Waters Of The StateArticle 3 - NAVIGABLE WATERS OF THE STATE
30 - Navigation, jurisdiction over.
31 - Excavation, fill or other modification of water course.
32 - Location of structures in or on navigable waters.
32-A - Using net or weir unlawfully in Hudson river.
32-B - Lights upon swing bridges.
32-C - Interfering with navigation.
32-D - Dumping or depositing of certain materials in the Genesee river.
32-E - Restriction and regulation of structures in certain towns and villages in the county of Niagara.
33 - Deposit of refuse in navigable waters of the state.
33-A - Sanitary facilities aboard craft on Lake George, Canandaigua Lake, Keuka Lake, Skaneateles Lake and on Greenwood Lake, Orange county.
33-B - Dumping or depositing trash and other debris in Chautauqua lake and its tributaries; ice fishing shanties on lakes within the state of New York; ident
33-C - Regulating disposal of sewage; littering of waterways.
33-D - Sanitary facilities aboard crafts on Lake Champlain.
33-E - Marine sanitation devices aboard vessels in vessel waste no-discharge zones.
34 - Regattas.
34-A - Permits for racing shell regattas not required.
35 - Aids to navigation.
35-A - Floating objects other than aids to navigation.
35-B - Markers for skin or scuba divers.
35-C - Real time and wind water level telemetry system.
36 - Removal of unauthorized floating object.
37 - Public use of privately owned navigable waters.
38 - Lake George water levels.
39 - Motor boat regulation on Lake George.
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