2006 New York Code - Public Beaches; Life-saving Apparatus.

    §  18-110  Public beaches; life-saving apparatus. The commissioner may
  furnish,  erect  and  maintain  on  any  public  beach  any  life-saving
  apparatus,  appliances  and paraphernalia, for the protection and safety
  of bathers which any law,  rule  or  regulation  now  or  hereafter  may
  require  keepers of bathing establishments along the seashore to furnish
  and maintain. During such period as the commissioner shall  furnish  and
  maintain  the  same,  the  duty of keepers of bathing establishments on,
  near or along the inshore line of any such public beach to do  so  shall
  be  suspended.  If for any period the commissioner shall not furnish and
  maintain  the  same  such  commissioner  shall,  under  such  rules  and
  regulations  as  he or she may establish therefor, issue permits to such
  keepers to furnish, erect and maintain the same.

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