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ARTICLE 11
Privileges, Prohibitions and Penalties
Military (MIL) CHAPTER 36
ARTICLE XI

PRIVILEGES, PROHIBITIONS AND PENALTIES
Section 235. Relief from civil or criminal liability; exemption from

civil process; security for costs.

235-a. Income and resources not to include agent orange

benefits.

236. Right of way.

237. Free passage through toll-gates and tunnels and over

toll-bridges and ferries.

238. Converting military property; unlawful wearing of

uniforms and devices indicating rank; unlawful use of

name of military or naval organization, or unit

thereof.

238-a. Damaging military or naval equipment, supplies or

stores.

238-b. Seizing military stores belonging to the state.

238-c. Wearing of uniforms; prohibited.

239. Trespassers and disturbers to be placed in arrest;

sales and gambling prohibited.

240. Military parades and organizations by unauthorized

bodies prohibited.

240-a. Historic military commands.

241. Devises and bequests.

242. Rights of public officers and employees absent on

military duty as members of the organized militia or

of reserve forces or reserve components of the armed

forces of the United States.

243. Provisions applicable to public employees who are

absent on military duty.

243-a. Non-contributory retirement service credit for members

of the New York state and local retirement systems or

the New York state teachers' retirement system called

to active military duty on or after August first,

nineteen hundred ninety.

243-b. Civil service examinations by military personnel.

243-b*2. Payment of certain pension contributions by the city of

New York.

243-c. Application period for civil service examinations for

military personnel.

243-d. Non-contributory retirement service credit for members

of the New York state and local retirement systems,

the New York city retirement systems or the New York

state teachers' retirement system called to active

military duty on or after September eleventh, two

thousand one.

244. Members of pension system absent on military duty.

244-a. Credit to members of public retirement systems for

military service performed during war.

245. Retirement allowances of certain war veterans.

246. Leave of absence for public employees who are war

veterans to continue study.

247. Medals and decorations.

248. Oaths.

249. State and municipal officers and employees granted

leaves of absence on July fourth in certain cases.

250. Recording certificates of honorable discharge.

250-a. Lt. Colonel Todd Clark Memorial Flag Presentment

Program.

251. Depriving members of organized militia of employment.

252. Discrimination against members of organized militia.

253. Military service by parent; effect on child custody

proceedings.

254. Video teleconferencing for families of persons ordered

to active duty.