2006 New York Code - Lighted Matches, Cigars, Cigarettes, Prohibited On The Waterfront.



 
    §  27-4281  Lighted  matches,  cigars,  cigarettes,  prohibited on the
  waterfront.
    a. It shall be unlawful to smoke, carry or possess  a  lighted  cigar,
  cigarette,  pipe,  or  match  upon  a  bulkhead,  farm,  dock,  drydock,
  shipyard, pier, wharf, warehouse or shed, or in and about  any  airport,
  its  buildings and appurtenances thereto, or to smoke, carry, or possess
  a lighted cigar, cigarette, pipe, or match on board any  ship,  lighter,
  carfloat,  scow,  and  all  other  similar  floating  craft or equipment
  whether such be berthed or moored at a dock, wharf, pier, or to a vessel
  made fast thereto or  in  a  shipyard;  provided  that  smoking  may  be
  permitted  in  such  portions of any of the aforementioned structures or
  locations as may be designated by the commissioner of ports  and  trade,
  or by the fire commissioner.

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