New York Alcoholic Beverage Control Law
Sec. § 16
Disqualification of Members and Employees of Authority


No member of the authority or any officer, deputy, assistant, inspector or employee thereof shall have any interest, direct or indirect, either proprietary or by means of any loan, mortgage or lien, or in any other manner, in or on any premises where alcoholic beverages are manufactured or sold; nor shall he have any interest, direct or indirect, in any business wholly or partially devoted to the manufacture, sale, transportation or storage of alcoholic beverages, or own any stock in any corporation which has any interest, proprietary or otherwise, direct or indirect, in any premises where alcoholic beverages are manufactured or sold, or in any business wholly or partially devoted to the manufacture, sale, transportation or storage of alcoholic beverages, or receive any commission or profit whatsoever, direct or indirect, from any person applying for or receiving any license or permit provided for in this chapter, or hold any other public office in the state or in any political subdivision except upon the written permission of the liquor authority, such member of the authority or officer, deputy, assistant, inspector or employee thereof may hold the public office of notary public or member of a community board of education in the city school district of the city of New York. Any one who violates any of the provisions of this section shall be removed.
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