§ 17-101 Definitions
§ 17-102 Secretary; Certification by Chief Clerk
§ 17-103 Proofs and Affidavits
§ 17-104 Measures to Prevent the Spread of Disease
§ 17-105 Commercial Paper During Epidemic; Duties of City Clerk
§ 17-106 Inspection of Sick; Reports
§ 17-107 Inspection of Vessels; Removal; Violation of Orders, Punishment For
§ 17-108 Infected Places Outside the City; Proclamation
§ 17-109 Vaccinations
§ 17-110 Sale and Exchange of Lymph and Antitoxin
§ 17-111 Appropriation for Prevention of Communicable Diseases
§ 17-112 Publication of Reports and Statistics
§ 17-113 Repairs of Buildings; Removal of Obstructions; Regulation of Public Markets
§ 17-114 Nuisances; Abatement Without Suit
§ 17-115 Right of Inspection
§ 17-116 Medical Examiners’ Returns
§ 17-117 Removal of Bodies
§ 17-118 Putrid Cargoes, Et Cetera, May Be Destroyed
§ 17-119 Drainage; Orders Therefor; Maps
§ 17-120 Orders for Paving, Et Cetera, Yards and Cellars; Notice
§ 17-121 Care and Treatment of Physically Handicapped Children
§ 17-122 Judicial Notice of Seal and Presumptions
§ 17-123 Window Guards; Notification to Tenants
§ 17-124 Aliens
§ 17-125 Community Air Quality Surveys and Annual Report
§ 17-127 Oxygen in Courthouses
§ 17-128 the Department as Party
§ 17-129 Proceedings Presumed Legal; Presumptions
§ 17-130 Copies of Records; Authentication
§ 17-131 Order for Examination Before Justice of Supreme Court
§ 17-132 Appearance and Examination of Witnesses
§ 17-133 Penalties
§ 17-133.1 Failure to Abate Rodents; Penalties
§ 17-134 Joinder of Defendants
§ 17-135 Court Fees Not to Be Charged
§ 17-136 Costs
§ 17-137 Jurisdiction; Title to Real Estate
§ 17-138 Officers to Be Peace Officers
§ 17-139 Injunctions Against Department; Undertakings
§ 17-140 Officers and Judges to Act Promptly
§ 17-141 Service of Orders
§ 17-142 Definition of Nuisance
§ 17-143 Nuisances; Punishment
§ 17-144 Nuisances; Who Is Liable
§ 17-145 Dangerous Buildings, Places and Things; Declaration as Nuisance
§ 17-146 Stay of Execution; Modification
§ 17-147 Execution
§ 17-148 Substituted Service; Posting; Service by Publication
§ 17-149 On What Expenses to Be a Lien
§ 17-150 Suits for Expenses
§ 17-151 Lien On Premises
§ 17-152 Validity of Lien; Grounds for Challenge
§ 17-153 Statement of Expenses of Executing Orders
§ 17-154 Service of Order or Judgment
§ 17-155 Payments to Department
§ 17-156 Refusal to Pay Department
§ 17-157 Payment to Department; Effect
§ 17-158 Department to Retain Moneys Until Twelve Days After Notice
§ 17-159 Infected and Uninhabitable Houses; Vacation Orders
§ 17-160 Proceedings for Condemnation
§ 17-161 Institution of Proceedings
§ 17-162 Admissible Evidence
§ 17-163 Amount of Compensation
§ 17-164 Inspection Reports; Publication
§ 17-165 Inspection and Removal of Articles
§ 17-166 Record of Births, Fetal Deaths and Deaths
§ 17-167 Supplemental Birth Records
§ 17-167.1 Sex Designation On Birth Records
§ 17-167.2 Report and Advisory Board On Gender Marker Change Requirement
§ 17-168 Certificate of Registration of Birth
§ 17-168.1 Distribution of College Savings Plan Materials Within Three Months of the Receipt of the Report of Any Birth
§ 17-169 Certified Copies of Records of Birth, Fetal Death, and Death; Certificates of Birth
§ 17-170 Records of Births, Deaths and Marriages On File With the Department and the Clerk of the County of Kings; Transfer to the Department of General Servic
§ 17-171 Records of Marriages On File With the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene; Transfer to the City Clerk; Certification
§ 17-172 Dislodging Food From Person Choking; Poster
§ 17-173 Dangers of Consuming Alcoholic Beverages During Pregnancy; Warning Sign
§ 17-174 Provision of Interpretation Services in Hospitals
§ 17-175 Waste Reduction Study
§ 17-176 Prohibitions On the Distribution of Tobacco Products
§ 17-176.1 Prohibitions On the Sale of Discounted Cigarettes and Tobacco Products
§ 17-177 Prohibition On the Distribution of Tobacco Products Through Vending Machines
§ 17-178 Availability of Resuscitation Equipment in Certain Public Places
§ 17-179 Department Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment
§ 17-180 Training of Department Personnel
§ 17-181 Lead-Based Paint; Dry Scraping and Dry Sanding Prohibited
§ 17-182 City-Funded Public Hospitals and Health Facilities Required to Utilize Peace Officers
§ 17-183 Publication and Dissemination of Public Health Insurance Program Options
§ 17-184 Availability of Emergency Contraception
§ 17-185 Inspection by the Department of Unsafe Work Practices
§ 17-185*2 Electronic Death Registration System
§ 17-186 Lead Poisoning Prevention in Children
§ 17-187 School Nurses
§ 17-188 Automated External Defibrillators
§ 17-189 Prohibition On Sale of Certain Substances Containing Lead
§ 17-190 Deaths of Homeless Persons and Homeless Shelter Residents; Report
§ 17-191 Child Fatality Review Advisory Team
§ 17-192 Foods Containing Artificial Trans Fat
§ 17-193 Trauma Scenes
§ 17-194 Drinking Water Tank Inspections
§ 17-194.1
§ 17-195 Food Allergy Posters
§ 17-196 Electronic Death Registration System
§ 17-197 Restraining Animals Outdoors
§ 17-198 Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Data Compilation and Reporting
§ 17-199 Health Services in Correctional Facilities
§ 17-199.1 Lactation Rooms
§ 17-199.2 Contraceptives Reporting
§ 17-199.3 Maternal Mortality Annual Report
§ 17-199.4 Hpv Vaccination Reporting
§ 17-199.5 Wild and Exotic Animal Circus Performances Prohibited
§ 17-199.6 Report of Autism Spectrum Disorder Services

Terms Used In New York Laws > New York City Administrative Code > Title 17 > Chapter 1

  • certificate of approval: when used in this article, shall mean the certificate of approval as it may be amended from time to time. See N.Y. New York City Administrative Code 17-168.1
  • costs of the improvement and rehabilitation program: when used in this article, shall include the interest and principal payments on any obligations incurred for such purpose;

    (C) The amount of working cash which such corporation is entitled to have as a minimum throughout its existence as a railroad redevelopment corporation; and an estimate of the amount of funds, if any, of such corporation which, upon its qualification as a railroad redevelopment corporation, and after provision for such amount of working cash and for the payment of such obligations of the debtor or of its trustee or trustees as shall be specified in the certificate, will be available to pay the costs of such improvement and rehabilitation program, or if there be a deficiency in such funds, an estimate of the amount thereof;

    (D) The amount of funds which will be made available to such corporation by its stockholders and the additional amount estimated to become available from other private investors in order to pay the costs of such improvement and rehabilitation program;

    (E) The amount of funds which such corporation will require from its operating revenues and other income in each year of its existence as a railroad redevelopment corporation in order to pay the costs of such improvement and rehabilitation program, which yearly amounts shall be prorated for any other period;

    (F) The limitations, during the period of its existence as a railroad redevelopment corporation, upon the payment of interest or principal on the bonds or other indebtedness of such corporation consented to by the bondholders or other creditors affected thereby and the limitations, during such period, upon the payment of dividends on the capital stock of such corporation, which are necessary and reasonable to carry out the policy and purposes of section three hundred;

    (G) The passenger fares and charges (and the classifications, regulations, and practices pertaining thereto) of such corporation reasonably required when it qualifies as a railroad redevelopment corporation in order to enable it to have sufficient operating revenues and other income to provide for items (1) through (9) enumerated in section three hundred six; and

    (H) Provisions that such corporation shall:

    (1) apply, as soon as practicable,

    (a) the amounts by which its operating revenues and other income during the period of its existence as a railroad redevelopment corporation shall exceed the sums required during such period to provide for items (1) through (8) enumerated in section three hundred six, plus or minus, as the case may be,

    (b) the amount of available funds, or of the deficiency therein, determined pursuant to paragraph (C) of subdivision two, plus

    (c) the amounts received by such corporation from the sources specified in paragraph (D) of subdivision two,

    only to maintain the amount of working cash determined pursuant to paragraph (C) of subdivision two and to the payment of the costs of such improvement and rehabilitation program; and if the aggregate of said items (a), (b) and (c) shall be more than sufficient for that purpose, to the payment of the costs of such further additions and betterments of such corporation's facilities as it may be permitted or directed to make by order of the commissioner of transportation;

    (2) upon the termination of its existence as a railroad redevelopment corporation, set aside any of the foregoing amounts not so applied during such period in a separate fund to be used only for such purposes; and

    (3) in the event it shall sell any of its capital assets, apply, subject to the provisions of any mortgage or deed of trust covering such property, the proceeds thereof received during the period of its existence as a railroad redevelopment corporation, at its option, either to the payment of the costs of such improvement and rehabilitation program or of other additions or betterments of its facilities. See N.Y. New York City Administrative Code 17-168.1

  • terminable permit: as used in this article shall mean and embrace every grant from a city, town or village of power, right or privilege to occupy or use any of the streets, roads, highways, avenues, parks or public places of such city, town or village for the construction and operation of a street surface railroad, until such time as the city, town or village shall exercise its right to purchase the property, plant and equipment of such street surface railroad in accordance with the provisions of sections one hundred and seventy-three-a to one hundred and seventy-three-h, both inclusive, of this article, or until it shall be otherwise terminated according to law. See N.Y. New York City Administrative Code 17-101