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CHAPTER 21
General City
GENERAL CITY LAW

LAWS 1909, CHAP. 26.
AN ACT in relation to cities, constituting chapter twenty-one 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 21 OF THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS

GENERAL CITY LAW
Article 1. Short title (Sec. 1).

2. General provisions (Secs. 2--18-d).

2-A. Powers of cities (Secs. 19-24).

2-C. Prohibition of certain expenditures of cities (Sec. 25).

2-D. City personal income tax on residents (Secs. 25-a--25-c).

2-F. Rebates of charges for energy (Secs. 25-s--25-u).

2-G. Rebate of amount of local sales tax paid on sales of

energy (Secs. 25-v--25-x).

2-H. Relocation and employment assistance program

(Secs. 25-y--25-z).

2-I. Rebates of charges for energy in revitalization areas in

cities having a population of one million or more

(Secs. 25-aa--25-cc).

2-J. Lower Manhattan relocation and employment assistance

program (Secs. 25-dd--25-ee).

3. (Enacted without article heading) (Secs. 26-39).

4. Plumbing and drainage (Secs. 40-57).

4-a. Supervision and regulation of plastering (Secs. 60-68).

5-A. Buildings and use districts (Secs. 81--83-a).

6. Police matrons (Secs. 90-97).

7. Issuance and validation of bonds (Sec. 116).

8. Drug control authorities (Secs. 120-123).

9. Contracts for supply of gas (Secs. 130-132).

10. Hospitals for treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis

(Secs. 140-142).

11. Protection of purchasers of coal (Sec. 161).

12. Laws repealed; when to take effect (Secs. 170-171).