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CHAPTER 6
Civil Rights
CIVIL RIGHTS LAW

Laws 1909, Chap. 14.

AN ACT relating to civil rights, constituting chapter six of the

consolidated laws.

Became a law, February 17, 1909, with the approval of the Governor.

Passed, three-fifths being present.

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and
Assembly, do enact as follows:

CHAPTER 6 OF THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS

CIVIL RIGHTS LAW
Article 1. Short title (§§ 1--1-a).

2. Bill of rights (§§ 2-15).

2-A. Equal rights to publicly-aided housing (§§ 18-a--19-b).

3. Privilege from arrest (§§ 20-28).

4. Equal rights in places of public accommodation and

amusement (§§ 40-45).

4-B. Rights of persons with a disability accompanied by guide

dogs, hearing dogs or service dogs (§§ 47--47-c).

4-C. Employment of persons with certain genetic disorders

(§§ 48--48-b).

5. Right of privacy (§§ 50--52-c).

V-A. Membership corporations and unincorporated associations

(§§ 53-57).

6. Change of name (§§ 60-65).

6-A. Change of sex designation (§§ 67--67-b).

7. Miscellaneous rights and immunities (§§ 70--79-p).

8. Causes of action for alienation of affections, criminal

conversation, seduction and breach of contract to marry

abolished (§§ 80-a--84).

9. Right to call police and emergency assistance/victim

protections (§§ 90-98).

10. Laws repealed; when to take effect (§§ 100-101).