2006 New York Code - Vessels
ARTICLE 4 VESSELS PART 1--VESSELS, GENERAL Section 40. Equipment. 40-a. Manufacture and sale of outboard motors. 40-b. Sale and use of tributyltin paint. 41. Pilot rules. 42. Searchlights; unlawful to flash. 42-a. Tow-chains. 43. Lights to be displayed. 44. Noise levels on pleasure vessels. 45. Reckless operation of a vessel; speed. 45-a. Beaching a disabled water craft. 45-aa. Special provisions relating to reckless operation and speed on Canandaigua lake; Keuka lake. 45-aaa. Special provisions relating to speed on Irondequoit bay. 45-aaaa. Special provisions relating to reckless operation and speed on Greenwood Lake. 45-aaaa*. Special provisions relating to speed on Sodus Bay. 45-aaaaa. Special provisions relating to reckless operation and speed on Lake Alice. 45-aaaaaa. Special provisions relating to noise and speed on Lamoka Lake and Waneta Lake. 45-aaaaaa*. Special provisions relating to reckless operation, noise and speed on the Fulton Chain of Lakes. 45-b. Regulation of beaches. 45-c. Special provisions relating to reckless operation and speed on Conesus lake. 45-cc. Reckless operation and speed on the canal system. 45-d. Special provisions relating to speed at Crooke's Point in Great Kills Harbor. 46. Vessel regulation zone. 46-a. Regulations of vessels. 46-aa. Special provisions relating to speed on lakes in Chautauqua county. 46-aaa. Special provisions relating to reckless operation and speed on certain lakes in Hamilton county. 46-aaaa. Special provisions relating to speed on Cuba lake. 46-b. Special provisions relating to speed on Saratoga lake. 47. Leaving the scene of an accident without reporting. 47-a. Accidents; police authorities, bay constables and coroners to report. 47-b. Report to the commissioner required upon accident. 48. Negligence in use or operation of vessel attributable to owner. 49. Operator. 49-a. Operation of a vessel while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. 49-b. Operating a vessel after having consumed alcohol; under the age of twenty-one; per se. 49-c. Termination of unsafe operation. PART 2--PUBLIC VESSELS Section 50. Owners to notify inspector and apply for inspection. 54. Construction against fire. 55. Stairways and gangways. 56. Fire pump. 57. Identification number of vessel. 58. Number of passengers. 58-a. Unauthorized boarding of vessels. 59. Manning of vessels. 60. Inability to provide licensed officer. 61. Repairs. 62. Loss of life by misconduct of officers. 63. Certificate of inspection. 64. Licenses. 64-a. Suspension and revocation of licenses. 65. Fees for vessel inspections and for the issuance of licenses. 66. Inflammable or explosive articles prohibited. 67. Public vessel equipment. 68. Investigations by inspector; penalties; reports. 69. Seizure of public vessels. PART 2-A--PETROLEUM-BEARING VESSELS Section 70. Minimum conditions for petroleum-bearing vessels in certain areas; tanker-avoidance zones. 71. Petroleum-bearing vessel advisory commission. PART 3--PLEASURE VESSELS Section 71-c. Capacity plate. 71-d. Liveries; safety regulations; penalty. 72. Operation of pleasure vessels on Round Island lake, Orange county. 72-a. Operation of vessels on the inland waters of Chautauqua county. 73. Towing of persons. 73-a. Regulations of personal watercraft and specialty prop-craft. PART-3-A--PENALTIES Section 73-b. Misdemeanors. 73-c. Violations. PART 4--NON-RESIDENT OWNERS AND OPERATORS Section 74. Service of summons and complaint on non-residents. PART 5--BOATING SAFETY EDUCATION Section 75. Educational program. 76. Information. 77. Rules and regulations. 78. Boating safety certificate. 78-a. Insurance rate reduction. 79. Courses of instruction.
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