- The Laws of New York
- Consolidated Laws
- Article 13-D: Misconduct Relating to Banking Organizations
Section 663 Receiving deposits in insolvent bank
An officer, agent, teller or clerk of any bank, banking association or savings bank, and every private banker or his agent and any teller or clerk of a private banker or any officer, agent or clerk of any corporation transacting any part of the business which a banking corporation is authorized by law to transact who receives any deposit, knowing that such bank or association or banker or corporation is insolvent, is guilty of a misdemeanor, if the amount or value of such deposit be less than twenty-five dollars; if the amount or value of such deposit be twenty-five dollars or over, such person shall be guilty of a felony.