2006 New York Code - When Schedules To Be Posted.

    § 113. When  schedules  to be posted. Every person licensed to operate
  or control any ferry in this state, or between this state and any  other
  state,  operating  from  or  to  a city of fifty thousand inhabitants or
  over, shall post in a conspicuous and accessible  position  outside  and
  adjacent to each entrance to such ferry, and in at least four accessible
  places,  in  plain view of the passengers upon each of the boats used on
  such ferry, a schedule plainly printed in the English  language  of  the
  rates  of  ferriage charges thereon, and authorized by law to be charges
  thereon, and authorized by law to be  charged  for  ferriage  over  such
  ferry.  If  any  such person shall fail to comply with the provisions of
  this section, or shall post a false schedule, he shall forfeit  the  sum
  of fifty dollars for each day's neglect or refusal to post such schedule
  or  any of them, to be recovered by any person who shall sue therefor in
  any court of competent jurisdiction.

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