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disclosure of such non-identifying information would not be in the
7. Upon receipt of identifying information from the department pur-
§ 10. Subdivision 9 of section 4138-d of the public health is repealed.
§ 11. The second undesignated paragraph of section 114 of the domestic
No person, including the attorney for the adoptive parents shall dis-
§ 12. Subdivision c of section 17-167 of the administrative code of
new birth record is made the department shall substitute
a copy of the original certificate of birth and provided further however, that information contained in the original certificate of birth shall be divulged to the state commissioner of health pursuant to section (fortyone hundred thirty-eight-b,] forty-one hundred thirty-eight-c or fortyone hundred thirty-eight-d of the public health law.
§ 13. This act shall take effect immediately.
AN ACT to amend the environmental conservation law, in relation to fluke
Passed by a majority vote, three-fifths being present.
Section 1. Paragraph b of subdivision 3 of section 11-1319 of the en-
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b. A person shall not possess on waters of the state nor the shores thereof, any species of fish (other than fish legally taken
net sand in the case of bluefish] or fish legally, taken by the holder of a license issued pursuant to section 13-0335 of this chapter) in excess of the number of such species which may be legally taken by one person in one day.
§ 2. Subdivisions 2 and 3 of section 13-0339 of the environmental conservation law, as amended by chapter 429 of the laws of amended to read as follows: 2. Fluke summer flounder (Paralichthys
(Paralichthys dentatus) and southern flounder (Paralichthys lethostigma) less than fourteen inches in length, weakfish Cynoscion regalis), less than [twelve] sixteen inches in length, Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) less than nineteen inches in length, and winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes) Pleuorenectes americanus) less than ten inches in length may not be taken by angling for
recreational purposes. 3. Fluke
summer flounder (Paralichthys dentatus) and southern flounder (Paralichthys lethostigma) less than fourteen inches; blue fish (Pomatomus saltatrix) less than nine inches; porgy or scup (Stenotomus chrysops) less than seven inches; weakfish (Cynoscion regalis) less than [twelve) sixteen inches; mackerel (Scomber scombrus) less than seven inches; black sea bass (Centropristis striata) less than eight inches; Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) less than nineteen inches; winter flounder ([Pseudopleuronectes) Pleuorenectes americanus) less than eleven inches, may not be taken or possessed for commercial purposes or transported for commercial purposes nor bought, sold or offered for sale. For purposes of this subdivision, commercial
purposes includes use of any form of net, comb, dredge or hook and line, except angling.
$ Subdivision 5 of section 13-0339 of the environmental conservation law is repealed.
§ 4. The environmental conservation law is amended by adding two new sections 13-0340-a and 13-0340-b to read as follows: § 13-0340-a. Weakfish (Cynoscion regalis).
1. No person, except a person who is the holder of a marine commercial food fish license issued pursuant to section 13-0335 of this title, shall take from the waters of the marine and coastal district more than six weakfish in any one day. A person may not possess on such waters the shores thereof weakfish in excess of the number which may be legally taken by one person in one day. 2. If weakfish
filleted into two or more sections such fillets shall be deemed to be whole weakfish using a ratio of two fillets to one whole fish. If weakfish are filleted into one fillet, such fillet shall be deemed to be one whole weakfish.
3. No person, including persons who hold a license issued pursuant to section 13-0335 of this title, may possess more than six weakfish while aboard a vessel carrying passengers for hire for the purpose of fishing.
4. The department may, until April fifteenth, nineteen hundred ninetyfive, fix by regulation measures for the management of weakfish including size limits, catch and possession limits, open and closed seasons, restrictions on the
of taking and landing, record keeping requirements, and reporting restrictions on the amounť and type of fishing effort and gear, and requirements relating to transportation, possession and sale,
provided such regulations are consistent with the fishery management plan for weakfish adopted by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission. § 13-0340-b. Fluke summer flounder (Paralichthys dentatus).
1. No person, except a person who is the holder of a marine commercial food fish license issued pursuant to section 13-0335 of this title, shall take from the waters of the marine and coastal district more than six fluke or summer flounder in any one day. A person may not possess on such waters or the shores thereof fluke or summer flounder in excess of the number which may be legally taken by one person in one day.
2. No person, including persons who hold a license issued pursuant to section 13-0335 of this title, may possess more than six fluke or summer flounder while aboard a vessel carrying passengers for hire for the purpose of fishing. 3. No
person, except a person who is the holder of a license issued pursuant to section 13-0335 of this title, shall take, possess fluke or summer flounder from the marine and coastal district or possess fluke or summer flounder upon the waters or the shores thereof during the period October first through May fourteenth, inclusive.
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4. The department may, until April fifteenth, nineteen hundred ninetyfive, fix by regulation measures for the management of fluke and flounder including size limits, catch and possession limits, open and closed seasons, restrictions the manner of taking and landing, recordkeeping requirements, and reporting requirements on the amount and type of fishing effort and gear and requirements relating to transportation, possession and sale, provided such regulations are consistent with the fishery management plan for summer flounder adopted pursuant to the Federal Fishery Conservation and Management Act (16° 0.S.C. $1800 et seq.) or by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission.
5. The provisions of subdivisions one, two and three of this section shall not take effect until such time the department has adopted rules and regulations as provided for in subdivision four of this section that impose a quota on the commercial catch and landings.
§ 5. This act shall take effect on September 1, 1992; provided that sections one, three and four shall take effect January 1, 1993, provided, however, that effective immediately, the addition, amendment and/or repeal of any rule or regulation necessary for the implementation of the foregoing sections of this act
their effective date is authorized and directed to be made and completed on or before such effective date.
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AN ACT to amend chapter 972 of the laws of 1972 relating to creating a
Passed by a majority vote, three-fifths being present.
Section 1. Chapter 972 of the laws of 1972 relating to creating a tem-
Section 1. There is hereby created a temporary state commission to be known as the [temporary state
commission on] Tug Hill commission, hereinafter referred to as the commission, to consist of nine members to be appointed as follows: three by the governor, three by the temporary president of the senate and three by the speaker of the assembly. All of the appointees of each such officer shall be residents of the Tug Hili farea) region, which includes, in Jefferson county, the towns of Adams, Champion, Lorraine, Rodman,
Rutland Watertown and Worth; in Lewis county, the towns of Denmark, Harrisburg, Lewis, Leyden, Lowville, Marținsburg, [Montaque] Montague, Osceola, Pinckney, Turin and West Turin; in Oneida county, the towns of Annsville, Ava, Boonville, Camden, Florence, Floyd, Forestport, Lee, Remsen, Steuben, Trenton, Vienna
and Western; and in Oswego county, the towns of Albion, Amboy, Boylston, Constantia, Hastings, Orwell, Parish, Redfield, West Monroe and Williamstown. At least two commissioners shall be selected from each of the four counties respectively. The commission shall choose from among its members a chairman, vice-chairman and secretary, Vacancies in membership of the commission occurring from any cause shall be filled by the officer authorized to make the original appointment of the member whose office becomes vacant.
§ 1-a. The purpose of the commission shall be to enable local governments and private organizations, and individuals to shape the future of EXPLANATION-Matter in italics is new; matter
the Tug Hill [area] region, and to demonstrate and communicate ways that this can be done by other rural areas. Commission programs will include, but not be limited to, the conservation and productive use of the natural resources of the region, and the strengthening of the long-term economy,
employment, cultural and social resources, and the general well-being of the rural communities.
§ 2. The commission shall have the following powers:
1. To adopt and use a seal; to sue and be sued; to appoint and remove officers, agents and employees and determine their
their qualifications duties and compensation; to acquire, hold and dispose of personal property; to retain or employ counsel, private consultants, and independent contractors; to make and execute contracts and all other instruments necessary or convenient for the exercise of its powers and functions_under this act:
2. To prepare, publish and disseminate information or reports to highlight for state agencies, local governments, and the general public
problems, and opportunities relevant to the Tug Hill [area] region
in concert with state and federal agencies and others. 3.
To stimulate action by public and private organizations [areawide] regionwide issues, problems and opportunities that affect the Tug Hill [area] region, with primary emphasis on possible solutions at the local level and with attention to the ways in which information developed and experience gained in the Tug Hill [area] region may be usefully shared elsewhere in New York state.
request and receive from any department, division, office, board, bureau,.commission, agency, or instrumentality of the state
and from any political subdivision or agency thereof, such assistance and data as will enable
conduct its studies and investigations hereunder.
5. To assist local [government] governments and other appropriate state and local organizations to plan and work for positive future, and
to do this, as far as possible, through intermunicipal cooperation[; ] and through technical assistance, including planning assistance, legal assistance, training (for local officials], citizen education and participation assistance, and assistance in preparation of grant applications to other entities.
6. To serve a coordinating role in utilizing the capabilities of other organizat
establish a central clearinghouse for technical studies, which may be used by members of the public, local governments, and state agencies in addressing state and [areawide) regionwide resource conservation and development issues.
8. To develop agreements with local, county, or regional agencies to provide staff services[, ); through grants or contracts to help finance services for intermunicipal cooperation[,]; to provide planning services [through] in conjunction with county planning departments and regional planning boards, and to provide supplementary technical assistance and educational services through public or private groups.
9. To apply for and receive from the federal and state government and public and private agencies, funds to accomplish the purposes of the commission and to solicit, receive and utilize gifts and donations of any kind from any source.
10. To assist municipalities in preparing and adopting comprehensive planning programs, including appropriate laws, ordinances and codes.
11. Το enter into agreements for the extension of its powers and duties to other local governments, in concert with local, state and federal agencies and others.
12. To lease and manage real property, solely for the purpose of providing for the official offices of said commission.
§ 3. The members of such commission shall receive no compensation for their services but shall be reimbursed for their expenses actually and necessarily incurred in the performance of their duties hereunder within the amount available therefor by appropriation. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provisions of law, general, special or local, no officer of employee of the state or of any civil division thereof, shall be deemed to have forfeited or shall forfeit his office or employment by reason of his acceptance of membership on such commission. 5 4. The commission
may report from time to time and shall make a report of its proceedings and recommendations to the governor and to the legislature annually on or before the thirty-first day of March, and a final report on or before the thirty-first day of March,  1995.
Enclude, Che nato ong.ie.
§ 5. Unless expressly extended by an act of law, the authority of the commission to provide services under this act shall terminate on August [1,1992] 1, 1995. All present terms of commission members expire at midnight on the thirty-first day of July,  1992. Commission members may continue to serve for a period not to exceed one year, or until an appointment is made by the officer responsible for such appointment, whichever occurs first. All new terms shall expire on August [1, 1992) 1, 1995.
§ 6. The Tug Hill commission may offer from time to time suggestions to the [Eastern Ontario-St. Lawrence) St. Lawrence-eastern Ontario commission regarding those portions of the towns of Ellisburg and Henderson in Jefferson county and the towns of Richland and Sandy Creek in Oswego county it may regard as lying within the Tug Hill [area] region but the [Eastern Ontario-Št. Lawrence] St. Lawrence-eastern Ontario commission need not, adopt such suggestions in developing its plan for the [area]
$  8. This act shall take effect immediately.
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AN ACT to direct the commissioner of health to undertake a study on
rebasing the reimbursement system for residential health care facili-
Passed by a majority vote, three-fifths being present.
Section 1. The commissioner of health, in consultation with consumers dertake a study of the fiscal and quality of care implications of updating the base year allowable operating costs utilized for the establishment of residential health care facility payment rates pursuant to title
a: the operating costs of all residential health care facilities, or a statistically valĩd sample of residential health care facilities, from a mi reweighted case-mix indices based upon updated data on the relative as it costs of labor inputs or, alternatively, case-mix indices developed tionparts of the Multistate Nursing Home Case-mix and Quality Demonstra
oft updated patient condition and resource need data from a time period contemporaneous with the cost data; and
in effect on the effective date of
Copo or before October 1, 1982, the commissioner of health shall submit
concerning the possible implementation of an update of the
federal Social Security Act.
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EXPLANATION—Matter in italics is new; matter in brackets [ ] is old law