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SECTION 170
Duties, privileges and immunities
Military (MIL) CHAPTER 36, ARTICLE 8
§ 170. Duties, privileges and immunities. All duties imposed by the
military law or other statute of the state or by regulations issued
hereunder, upon units, commissioned officers, warrant officers and
enlisted personnel, respectively, of the organized militia are hereby
imposed upon the units, commands, headquarters, staffs, cadres,
commissioned officers, warrant officers and enlisted personnel,
respectively, of the New York guard, and all rights, privileges and
immunities conferred by the military law or other statute of the state
or by regulations issued hereunder, upon the units, commissioned
officers, warrant officers and enlisted personnel, respectively, of the
New York national guard or of the organized militia are hereby conferred
upon the units, commands, headquarters, staffs, cadres, commissioned
officers, warrant officers and enlisted personnel, respectively, of the
New York guard when on active duty or active service, except as
otherwise prescribed in this article, including relief from civil or
criminal liability for acts done while on such duty or service, rights
to pay, allowances, pensions and other compensations; expenses and
subsistence; arms, uniforms and equipment; provision, maintenance, use
and control of armories; eligibility to appointment on the military
staff of the governor; exemption from civil process and from jury duty;
right of way; right to wear the uniform and parade with firearms; and
all other rights, privileges and immunities created by statute or custom
not hereinbefore specifically enumerated.