M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

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Finding Aid for the
Max Berking
PAPERS, 1964-1965

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Finding Aid compiled by
Nicholas Webb
June 2009



 
 
 
 
 
 

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VOLUME: 3.4 cubic ft.

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were transferred to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, in 19xx.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List:


Max Berking Papers
Biographical Sketch

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Max Berking was a Democratic Party activist who served in the New York State Senate during the years 1964-1965.

Born in 1917, Berking was raised in Greenwich, Connecticut, where his grandfather was a Republican State Senator. He attended Brunswick School in Greenwich and Williams College in western Massachusetts, where he was exposed to liberal politics by the professor and columnist Max Lerner. During World War II he served on the Fair Employment Practice Committee, which worked to fight discrimination in war industries.

After the war Berking established an ad agency in Manhattan and settled in the Westchester County city of Rye, where he served as Rye Democratic Party Chairman. In 1964, Berking ran to fill the remaining year of a four-year term as New York State Senator from the 30th District, which at that time encompassed southeastern Westchester County. He served until 1965 and was not reelected.

Following his departure from the Senate Berking remained active in local politics. From 1971 to 1975 he served as chairman of the Westchester County Democratic Party. In 1982 he retired to Northport, Florida, where he died in 1997.


Max Berking Papers
Scope and Content Note

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This collection contains materials related to Max Berking's service in the New York State Senate from 1964 to 1965.

Series 1, Subject File, contains files on various subjects. These files typically contain research material and correspondence with constituents. Subjects include the proposed statewide sales tax, government intervention to save the New Haven Railroad, the debate over pornography sales on newsstands, and the establishment of Westchester Community College. This series is organized alphabetically by subject.

Series 2, Senate Bills, contains material on various New York State Senate bills with which Berking was involved. Some of these files contain notes and drafts related to the bill in question, while others just contain a print copy of the proposed bill. These files are arranged according to the serial numbers assigned to each bill by the legislature.


Max Berking Papers
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Subject File, 2.2 cubic ft.

This series contains files on various subjects. These files typically contain research material and correspondence with constituents. Subjects include the proposed statewide sales tax, government intervention to save the New Haven Railroad, the debate over pornography sales on newsstands, and the establishment of Westchester Community College. This series is organized alphabetically by subject.

Series 2: Senate Bills, 1.2 cubic ft.

This series contains material on various New York State Senate bills with which Berking was involved. Some of these files contain notes and drafts related to the bill in question, while others just contain a print copy of the proposed bill. These files are arranged according to the serial numbers assigned to each bill by the legislature.


Max Berking Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Subject File

Box 1
Folder

1. A - Miscellaneous, 1965
2. Aged, Problems of, 1965
3. Alcohol, Alcoholism, 1965
4. Alcohol - Drinking Age, 1965
5. Alcohol - Licenses, 1964-1965
6. Alcohol - Raise Drinking Age Letters Answered with Sample, 1965
7. Animal/Bird Legislation, 1965
8. B - Miscellaneous, 1965
9. Berking - Biographical, 1965
10. Berking - Favors Asked, 1965
11. Berking - "Mash Notes," 1965
12. Berking - Meetings, Invitations, Etc. 1964-1965
13. Berking - Personal, 1965
14. Bills Offered Us, but Rejected, 1965
15. Boxing, 1965
16. Budget - Proposed State, 1965
17. C - Miscellaneous
18. Capital Punishment, 1965
19. Children, Interests of, 1965
20. Cigarette Labelling & Smoking, 1965
21. Citizens' Union, 1965
22. D - Miscellaneous, 1965
23. Divorce Laws, 1965
24. E - Miscellaneous, 1965
25. East Hudson Parkway, 1965
26. Education - Routine Letters on Bronston Bill, 1069-E, 1965
27. Education Law - Bronston Bill SIL069, 1965
28. Education Law - Tax Reserve Bill, 1965
29. F - Miscellaneous, 1965
30. Firearms - 1965
31. Firemen & Policemen, 1965
32. Full Crew Law, 1965
33. G - Miscellaneous, 1965
34. Gambling - Lotteries, 1965
35. H - Miscellaneous, 1965
36. Highway Legislation, 1965
37. Hospitals, State, 1965
38. Housing, 1965
39. Human Rights Legislation, 1965
40. I - Miscellaneous, 1965
41. Insurance, 1964-1965
42. J - Miscellaneous, 1965
43. Job Development Authority, 1965
44. Judiciary, 1965
45. K - Miscellaneous, 1965
46. L - Miscellaneous, 1965
47. League of Women Voters, 1965
48. Legislative Reform, 1965
49. Letter to Editor Re: Hospital Unionization Bill
50. Local Government Seminar, 1965
51. Long Island Bridge, 1965
52. M - Miscellaneous, 1965
53. Memoranda on Bills, 1965
54. Memorandum in Support of Senate Int. No. 4204, Print 4712, by Senators Berking, Berman, Letsen, and Ohrenstein
55. Minimum Wage, 1965
56. Miscellaneous Letters - Various Issues - Letter "G" of Agreement Sent, 1965
57. Miscellaneous Letters - Various Issues - Letter "K" Hedge Sent
58. N - Miscellaneous, 1965
59. Narcotics, 1965

Box 2
Folder

1. New Haven Railroad, 1965
2. New Haven Railroad - Article Reprint, 1965
3. New Haven Railroad - Helpers, 1965
4. New Haven Railroad - Municipal Resolutions, 1965
5. New Haven Railroad - Original Bill Drafts, 1965
6. New Haven Railroad - Releases, 1965
7. New Haven Railroad - Routine, 1965
8. New Haven Railroad - Routine Letters Answered - Sample "D"
9. New Rochelle Parking Authority, 1965
10. News Clipping - Local Action on "Teenage Drinks"
11. Newsletter, 1964-1965
12. Noise Abatement
13. Norman - Actions to be Taken, 1964-1965
14. O - Miscellaneous
15. Off-Track Betting
16. Opticians, Optometrists Etc., 1965
17. P - Miscellaneous, 1965
18. Penal Law, 1965
19. Playland, 1965
20. Pornography, 1965
21. Pornography Letters Answered Routinely and by Pool Sample H, 1965
22. Poverty, 1965
23. Press Release: "Berking Hits Sales Tax as Bad for County"
24. Prisons (Crime, etc.), 1965
25. Public Health, 1965
26. Public Works, 1965
27. Pure Waters Program, 1965
28. Q - Miscellaneous, 1965
29. R - Miscellaneous, 1965
30. Reapportionment, 1965
31. Retailers, 1965
32. Rye - City & Town, 1965
33. S - Miscellaneous, 1965
34. School Assessment Bill, 1965
35. Schools - Education Law
36. Schools - Out of State Scholarships, 1965
37. Schools - Requests for College Admissions, 1965
38. Schools - Shared Time, 1965
39. Schools - SUNY - Westchester, 1965
40. Schools - Teachers (Current), 1965
41. Schools - Teachers (Retired), 1965
42. Schools - Westchester Community College, 1965
43. State Conservation Department Annual Report, 1965
44. State Investigation Commission, 1965

Box 3
Folder

1. Storm King Mountain Project, 1965
2. Strikebreaker Bill, 1965
3. Surplus Food, 1965
4. Taxes - Auto and Gas Taxes - Answered by Sample C, 1965
5. Taxes - Proposed Cigarette Tax, 1965
6. Taxes - Proposed Sales Tax, 1965
7. Taxes - Sales Tax Letters Answered by #1 Sample Letter, 1965
8. Taxes - Sales Tax Letters Answered by #2 Sample Letter, 1965
9. Taxes - Sales Tax Mailing, 8/1/65
10. Textbooks (Fair, Shared-Time, Minority), 1965
11. Town Manager Bill, 1965
12. "Truth in Leading" Legislation, 1965
13. Venereal Disease, 1965
14. W - Miscellaneous, 1965
15. Welfare, Social, 1965
16. XYZ - Miscellaneous, 1965


Max Berking Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 2: Senate Bills

Box 3
Folder

17. Print. 112, 2049 / Intro. 112 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to Regents College Scholarships and Fellowships (1965)
18. Print. 465 / Intro. 465 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to Permitting Attendance by Regents Scholarship Recipients at Approved Colleges and Universities within the United States (1965)
19. Print. S. 565, 4194, A. 1238, 6103 / Intro S. 565, A. 1238 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to Making it Optional for Certain School Districts to Maintain a Reserve for Uncollected Taxes (1965)
20. Print. 575 / Intro. 575 - To Amend the Mental Hygiene Law, in Relation to Construction Costs Subject to State Reimbursement for Community Mental Health Services (1965)
21. Print. 576 / Intro. 576 - To Amend the Mental Hygiene Law, in Relation to Expenditures Subject to State Reimbursement for Community Mental Health Services (1965)
22. Print S. 583, A. 1321 / Intro. S. 583, A. 1321 - To Amend the Navigation Law and the Code of Criminal Procedure, in Relation to Enforcement of Navigation Laws by Cities, Towns, and Villages (1965)
23. Print. 646 / Intro. 646 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to Power of Boards of Education to Ban Fraternities and Sororities in High Schools (1965)
24. Print. 647 / Intro. 647 - To Amend the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, in Relation to Local Option for Sale of Alcoholic Beverages for On-Premise Consumption Between Certain Hours (1965)
25. Print. 772 / Intro. 772 - To Authorize and Empower the City of Rye to Convey to the Rye Free Reading Room a Portion of Certain Lands Acquired by the City of Rye for Park Purposes (1965)
26. Print. 773 / Intro. 773 - To Amend the Legislative Law, in Relation to Providing an Electrical Roll Call Apparatus to Record the Votes of Members of the Legislature (1965)
27. Print. 774 / Intro. 774 - To Amend the Legislative Law, in Relation to Establishing the Hours of the Day when the Senate and/or Assembly Shall Not Be in Session (1965)
28. Print. 775 / Intro. 775 - To Amend the Legislative Law, in Relation to the Right of the Ranking Minority Members of the Finance Committee of the Senate and the Ways and Means Committee of the Assembly to Attend Hearings and Make Inquiries on Estimates for and Revision of the Budget (1965)
29. Print. 776 / Intro. 776 - To Amend the Legislative Law, in Relation to the Authorizing the Consideration of Bills by the Legislature Without Reintroduction Thereof During the Second Year of the Term of Such Legislature (1965) 30. Print. 777 / Intro. 777 - To Amend the Legislative Law, in Relation to the Publication of Verbatim Transcripts of the Proceedings of the Legislature, and Making an Appropriation Therefor (1965)
31. Print. 778 / Intro. 778 - To Amend the Labor Law, in Relation to Authorizing the Establishment of a Youth Training Corps to Provide Training and Employment for Young Men in the Various State Departments and Agencies, Authorizing Local Area Youth Employment Programs, and Making an Appropriation Therefor (1965)
32. Print. 779 / Intro. 779 - To Amend the Public Authorities Law, in Relation to the Establishment of the Commuter Railroad Authority, Defining its Powers and Duties, Providing for Advances and Other Assistance Thereto, and Making an Appropriation Therefor (1965)
33. Print. 1075 / Intro. 1076 - To Amend the Railroad Law, in Relation to the Establishment of the New York Transportation Agency, Defining its Powers and Duties, and Making an Appropriation Therefor (1965)
34. Print. 1076, 2250 / Intro. 1076 - To Amend the Labor Law, in Relation to Definition of "Non-Profitmaking or Residential Care Center" (1965)
35. Print. 1414 / Intro. 1400 - To Amend the Labor Law, in Relation to Increasing the Statutory Minimum Wage to One Dollar Fifty Cents an Hour (1965)
36. Print. 2276 / Intro. 2209 - To Amend the Social Welfare Law, in Relation to Powers and Duties of the Commissioner and Board of Social Welfare (1965)
37. Print. 2474 / Intro. 2387 - To Amend Chapter One Hundred Four of the Laws of Nineteen Hundred Thirty-Six, Entitled "An Act Providing for the Establishment, Organization, and Operation of Police Departments in the Towns of Westchester County," in Relation to Privileges and Immunities of Town Policemen in Such County (1965)
38. Print. 2475 / Intro. 2388 - To Amend the Village Law, in Relation to Certain Acts of Village Policemen in Westchester County (1965)
39. Print. 2689 / Intro. 2570 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to Powers of Boards of Education to Abolish and Ban Fraternities, Sororities and Secret Societies in Secondary Schools (1965)
40. Print. 2690 / Intro. 2571 - To Amend the Legislative Law, in Relation to Code of Ethics
41. Print. 2691 / Intro. 2572 - Creating a Temporary State Commission to Make a Comprehensive Study of Existing State and Local Laws, Regulations and Codes Relating to Standards for Existing Housing Throughout the State to Determine the Adequacy and Effectiveness Thereof for the Protection and Advancement of the Public Health, Safety and General Welfare and Making an Appropriation Therefor (1965)
42. Print. 2692 / Intro. 2573 - To Authorize and Empower the Town of Mamaroneck to Convey a Parcel of Park Land to the Board of Education, Union Free School District No. 1, Town of Mamaroneck, Westchester County, New York, for Educational Purposes.
43. Print S.2886, A. 4880 / Intro. S.2745, A. 4757 - To Amend the Public Authorities Law, in Relation to Providing Penalties for Violations of the Law and Regulations Respecting the Erection and Maintenance of Advertising Devices (1965)
44. Print. S. 2887, A. 4881 / Intro. S. 2746, A. 4758 - To Amend the Public Authorities Law, in Relation to Granting Rights to the Use and Occupancy of Real Property of the New York State Thruway Authority (1965)
45. Print. 2908, 4909 / Intro. 2752 - To Amend the Social Welfare Law, in Relation to Day Care for Certain Children and Providing State Reimbursement Therefor in Certain Cases and Making an Appropriation Therefor (1965)
46. Print. 2909, 4185 / Intro. 2753 - To Amend the Social Welfare Law, in Relation to Eligibility for Medical Assistance for the Aged, Services Included in Such Assistance, Legal Responsibility of Relatives in Connection with Such Assistance, and Burial Reserves for Certain Applicants for or Recipients of Such Assistance (1965)
47. Print. 3063, 3139 / Intro. 2907 - To Amend the Labor Law, in Relation to Increasing the Statutory Minimum Wage to One Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Hour (1965)
48. Print. 3127 / Intro. 2970 - To Amend the State Finance Law, in Relation to Commencing the Fiscal Year of the State on July First , Nineteen Hundred Sixty-Five (1965)
49. Print. 3192 / Intro. 2015 - To Amend the Public Authorities Law, in Relation to the Creation of the City of New Rochelle Parking Authority (1965)
50. Print. 3193 / Intro. 3016 - To Amend Chapter Four Hundred Thirty of the Laws of Nineteen Hundred Thirty Eight, Entitled "An Act to Authorize and Enable the Village of Larchmont and the Town Board of the Town of Mamaroneck, Acting for Refuse and Garbage District Number one of the Town of Mamaroneck, County of Westchester, Jointly to Construct and Maintain an Incineration Disposal Plant for Refuse and Garbage in the Town of Mamaroneck, Westchester County, and to Severally Issue Bonds or Other Obligations to Defray the Cost Thereof, and to Validate the Establishment of Refuse and Garbage District Number One of the Town of Mamaroneck," in Relation to Appointments of Members of the Joint Board of Control of the Incinerator Plant Jointly Operated by the Village of Larchmont and the Town of Mamaroneck (1965)
51. Print. 3310 / Intro. 3124 - To Amend Chapter Nine Hundred Eighty-Nine of the Laws of Nineteen Hundred Fifty-Eight, Entitled "An Act Creating a Temporary State Commission of Investigation; Prescribing its Functions, Powers, and Duties; Marking an Appropriation Therefor, Abolishing the Office of Commissioner of Investigation and Repealing the Provisions of the Executive Law with Respect Thereto; and Amending the Code of Criminal Procedure, in Relation to the Designation of investigators of Such Commission as Peace Officers," in Relation to Extending the Provisions of Such Chapter and the Existence of Such Commission Until April Thirtieth, Nineteen Hundred Seventy, and to the Qualifications of the Members of Such Commission (1965)
52. Print. 3311, 4230 / Intro. 3155 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to the Number of Years Required for a Course in a School of Podiatry Leading to a Doctor's Degree in Podiatry (1965)
53. Print. 3362 / Intro. 3155 - To Amend the Election Law, in Relation to the Future Statewide Application of Permanent Personal Registration (1965)
54. Print. S. 3464, A. 5311 / Intro. S.3240, A.5085 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to the Powers and Duties of Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (1965)
55. Print. 3475 / Intro. 3251 - To Amend the Workmen's Compensation Law, in Relation to Increasing Compensation Benefits in Disability and Death Cases (1965)
56. Print. 3479 / Intro. 3255 - To Amend the Penal Law, in Relation to Offense for One under Twenty-One Years of Age to Purchase of Attempt to Purchase Alcoholic Beverages through Fraudulent Means, in Certain Cities or Towns (1965) 57. Print. 3480 / Intro. 3256 - To Amend the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, in Relation to Local Option for Sale of Alcoholic Beverages to Persons Under Twenty-One Years of Age (1965)
58. Print. 3501 / Intro. 3277 - To Amend the State Finance Law, in Relation to the Certification or Approval of Accounts and Vouchers of State Departments and Agencies (1965)
59. Print. S. 3501, 5607, 5955, A.5404 / Intro. S. 3304, A.5174 - To Amend the Real Property Tax Law, in Relation to Allowing School Districts to Expedite the Assessing of New Construction in Rapid-Growth School Districts (1965) 60. Print. 3526 / Intro. 3302 - Creating a Temporary State Commission with Respect to the Apportionment and Districting of the State Legislature and Making an Appropriation Therefor (1965)
61. Print. 3566 / Intro. 3328 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to Transportation for Emotionally Disturbed Children (1965)
62. Print. 3567 / Intro. 3329 - To Amend the Highway Law, in Relation to Awarding of Contracts; to Purchasing of Materials and Equipment; and to Rental of Road Machinery for Highway Purposes (1965)
63. Print. 3568 / Intro. 3330 - To Repeal Section One Hundred Thirty-Two of the Highway Law, in Relation to Reports of Expenditure of County Road Fund Moneys (1965)
64. Print. 3569 / Intro. 3331 - To Amend the Town Lawn, in Relation to Fire District Taxes (1965)
65. Print. 3648 / Intro. 3377 - To Amend the Real Property Tax Law, in Relation to Granting Partial Exemption from Taxation for School Tax Purposes, for the Real Property Owned by Certain Persons with Limited Income Who Are Sixty-Five Years of Age or Over
66. Print. 3700 / Intro. 3429 - Changing the Corporate Name of Westchester Joint Water Works No. 1 (1965)
67. Print. 3701, 4453 / Intro. 3430 - To Amend the General Municipal Law, in Relation to Grievance Procedures for Employees of Political Subdivisions of the State Outside the City of New York and Repealing Subdivision Nine of Section Six Hundred Eighty-Four Thereof (1965)
68. Print. 3745 / Intro. 3474 - To Amend the Civil Service Law, in Relation to Health Insurance for State and Retired State Employees (1965)
69. Print. 3746, 5288 / Intro. 3475 - To Amend the Vehicle and Traffic Law, in Relation to the Prevention of Excessive Noise of Motor Vehicles (1965)
70. Print. 3790 / Intro. 3500 - To Amend the Civil Service Law, in Relation to Health Insurance for State and Retired State Employees (1965)
71. Print. 3790 / Intro. 3500 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to Residence Requirements for the Purpose of Qualifying for Examinations as Present Practitioners of Chiropractic in this State (1965)
72. Print. 3810 / Intro. 3520 - To Amend Chapter Seven Hundred Twenty-Eight of the Laws of Nineteen Hundred Fifty-Four, as Amended by Chapter Seven Hundred Thirty-Three of the Laws of Nineteen Hundred Fifty-Seven Entitled "An Act in Relation to Continuing the City Court of New Rochelle, Defining its Powers and Jurisdiction and the Procedure Therein and Repealing Chapter Four Hundred Ninety-Nine of the Laws of Nineteen Hundred Thirty-One, Entitled 'An Act in Relation to the City Court of New Rochelle'" in Relation to Creating Two Full-Time City Judges, Definitions, City Court Clerk, Interpreter, Stenographer, Marshal, and Deputy Marshal, Other Employees, Duties and Powers, Temporary Acting City Judge, Death or Removal of Judges, Juries, Criminal Jurisdiction, Small Claims and Jury Fees for Small Claims (1965)
73. Print. 3959 / Intro. 3646 - To Amend the Retirement and Social Security Law, in Relation to Retirement of Members of the Westchester County Parkway Police Force (1965)
74. Print. 4233 / Intro. 3843 - To Repeal Section Fifty-Four-A, Section Fifty-Four-B, and Section Fifty-Four-C of the Railroad Law, Relation to Crews for Certain Trains, Engines, and Railroad Operations and to Provide Jobs Protection by Normal Attrition (1965)
75. Print. 4257 / Intro. 3865 - To Repeal Subdivision Four of Section Four Hundred Fifty-Seven of the Public Authorities Law, Relation to Acquisition and Disposition of Real Property (1965)
76. Print. 4276 / Intro. 3884 - To Amend the Retirement and Social Security Law, in Relation to Retirement of Officers Who Are Transferees from Another Department of Force (1965)
77. Print. 4277 / Intro. 3885 - To Amend Chapter Eight Hundred Fifty-One of the Laws of Nineteen Hundred Forty-Nine, Entitled "An Act to Establish a Police Justice Court in the Village of Port Chester and to Repeal Chapter One Hundred Six of the Laws of Nineteen Hundred Six, Entitled 'An Act Creating the Offices of Police Justice and Assistant Police Justice, in the Village of Port Chester, in the County of Westchester, and to Provide for Raising Annually an Amount Sufficient to Pay the Salaries of Said Officers,' Relating to Creating the Offices of Police Justice and Assistant Police Justice of the Village of Port Chester," in Relation to the Appointment of An Additional Village Marshal, and Repealing Section Sixteen-A of Such Chapter Relating to the Appointment and Duties of a Deputy Village Marshal (1965) 78. Print. 4291 / Intro. 3899 - Concurrent Resolution of the Senate and Assembly: Proposing an Amendment to Section Eight of Article Seven of the Constitution, in Relation to Providing that Legislature's Power to Authorize the Loan of Money of the State to a Public Corporation for the Purpose of Making Secured Loans to Non-Profit Corporations to Finance Construction of New Industrial or Manufacturing Plants in this State or the Acquisition, Rehabilitation, or Improvement of Former Industrial or Manufacturing Plants in this State Shall be Extended so as to Provide Improved Job Opportunities in any Part of the State, Rather than Only in the Areas of the State Where Unemployment Is or May Become a Critical Problem (1965)
79. Print. 4331 / Intro. 3913 - To Amend The Civil Practice Law and Rules, in Relation to Venue in Actions Brought Against School Districts and District Corporations (1965)
80. Print. 4394 / Intro. 3953 - To Amend the Agriculture and Markets Law, in Relation to Selling Preheated Bituminous Road Oil, Tar, and Allied Products by Net Weight to Any Municipal Corporation or Special District in the State of New York (1965)
81. Print. 4395 / Intro. 3954 - To Amend the Education Law in Relation to Absentee Voting at School District Elections (1965)
82. Print. 4396 / Intro. 3955 - To Amend the General Business Law, in Relation to the Manufacture of Refrigerators, Iceboxes and Similar Containers (1965)
83. Print. 4397 / Intro. 3956 - To Amend the Highway Law, in Relation to Additional Payments by State (1965)

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1. Print. 4938 / Intro. 3957 - To Amend the Personal Property Law, in Relation to Duty of Police to Keep Lost Property Having a Value of One Hundred Dollars or Less (1965)
2. Print. 4399 / Intro. 3958 - To Amend the Vehicle and Traffic Law, in Relation to the Abandonment of Motor Vehicles (1965)
3. Print. 4400 / Intro. 3959 - To Amend the Vehicle and Traffic Law, in Relation to Traffic Regulations on County Roads (1965)
4. Print. 4401 / Intro. 3960 - To Amend the Village Law, in Relation to Absentee Voting (1965)
5. Print. 4495 / Intro. 4201 - To Amend the State Finance Law, in Relation to Payment of State Assistance to Westchester County Instead of to Certain Public Corporations in Which Railroad Property is Partially Exempt from Taxation (1965)
6. Print. 4563 / Intro. 4089 - To Amend the General Municipal Law, in Relation to Commissions on Human Rights (1965)
7. Print. 4564 / Intro. 4090 - To Amend the Local Finance Law, in Relation to Vote on Proposition for the Approval of a Bond Resolution or Capital Note Resolution (1965)
8. Print. 4565 / Intro. 4091 - To Amend the Education Law, to Give the Trustees of the University of the State of New York the Power of Condemnation (1965)
9. Print. 4566 / Intro. 4092 - To Amend the Education law, in Relation to Remedial, Psychiatric, Psychological and Social Work Services (1965)
10. Print. 4567 / Intro. 4093 - To Repeal Subdivision Four of Section Four Hundred Fifty-Seven of the Public Authorities Law, Relating to Acquisition and Disposition of Real Property (1965)
11. Print. 4568 / Intro. 4094 - To Amend the County Law to Provide for a Share of State Collected Taxes to Be Paid to Certain Counties for Providing Indigent Persons with Legal Assistance and Representation in Criminal Matters (1965)
12. Print. 4646 / Intro. 4138 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to the Apportionment of Public Moneys to School Districts (1965)
13. Print. 4668 / Intro. 4160 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to Increasing the Maximum Award for Regents College Scholarships (1965)
14. Print. 4669 / Intro. 4161 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to Increasing the Number of Regents College Scholarships, and Making an Appropriation Therefor (1965)
15. Print. 4694 / Intro. 4186 - To Amend the Banking Law, in Relation to Advertising of Interest Rates by Licensed Lenders and Prepayment of Loans Made by Licensed Lenders (1965)
16. Print. 4695 / Intro. 4187 - To Amend the Banking Law, in Relation to Interest Charges by Licensed Lenders (1965)
17. Print. 4696 / Intro. 4188 - To Amend the Multiple Dwelling Law, in Relation to Requiring Corporate Owners of Multiple Dwellings and certain Stockholders Thereof to File Names and Addresses of Shareholders in Certain Cases (1965)
18. Print. 4697 / Intro. 4189 - To Amend the Military law and the Retirement and Social Security Law, in Relation to Retirement Benefits of Certain State Military Personnel (1965)
19. Print. 4698 / Intro. 4190 - To Amend the Penal Law, in Relation to the Sale to Minors of Certain Pictures, Motion Pictures, Photographs, Books, Pamphlets, or Magazines (1965)
20. Print. 4699 / Intro. 4191 - To Amend the Penal Law, in Relation to Possession of Antique Firearms (1965)
21. Print. 4700 / Intro. 4192 - To Amend the Navigation Law, in Relation to Speed and Reckless Operation of Vessels (1965)
22. Print. 4701 / Intro. 4193 - To Amend the Transportation Corporations Law, in Relation to Prohibiting the Discontinuance of Utilities in Multiple Dwellings (1965)
23. Print. 4702 / Intro. 4194 - To Amend the General Corporation Law, in Relation to Filing names and Addresses of All Officers (1965)
24. Print. 4703 / Intro. 4195 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to State Aid for Library Systems (1965)
25. Print. 4704 / Intro. 4196 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to Authorizing Pre-Kindergarten Programs, and Making Provisions Therefor in the Computation of Weighted Average Daily Attendance (1965)
26. Print. 4704 / Intro. 4197 - To Amend the Education Law, in Relation to Part-Time Enrollment in Public Schools (1965)
27. Print. 4706 / Intro. 4198 - To Amend the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, in Relation to the Initial Issuance of a License to Sell Liquor at Retail Not to be Consumed on the Premises (1965)
28. Print. 4707 / Intro. 4199 - Creating a Temporary State Commission to Study Consumer Credit Labeling in Terms of Simple Annual Interest, Make Recommendations in Connection Therewith, and Making an Appropriation Therefor (1965)
29. Print. 4708 / Intro. 4200 - To Amend the Executive Law, in Relation to Empowering the State Commission for Human Rights to Eliminate and Prevent Discrimination in Mortgage Financing and the Insurance Business Because of Race, Creed, Color, or National Origin (1965)
30. Print. 4709 / Intro. 4201 - To Amend the Insurance Law, in Relation to the Commission Payable Under a Plan for Assignment of Liability Insurance (1965)
31. Print. 4710 / Intro. 4202 - To Amend the Insurance Law, in Relation to Extending the Section to Agents (1965)
32. Print. 4711 / Intro. 4203 - To Amend the County Government Law of Nassau County, in Relation to Establishing Rules and Regulations for the Operation of Pleasure Vessels in Nassau County (1965)
33. Print. 4712 / Intro. 4204 - Concurrent Resolution of the Senate and Assembly: Proposing Amendments to Article Three of the Constitution, in Relation to the Number of Senators and Assemblymen and the Method of Creating Districts for their Election (1965)
34. Print. 4713 / Intro. 4205 - To Amend the Judiciary Law, in Relation to State Aid to the Counties of Nassau and Suffolk for Certain Court Expenses (1965)
35. Print. 4714 / Intro. 4206 - To Amend the Personal Property Law, in Relation to Retail Installment Contracts to Permit Cancellation by the Buyer, Prior to the Receipt of Goods and Services, for Failure of the Seller to Itemize the Amount of the Credit Service Charge (1965)
36. Print. 4715 / Intro. 4207 - To Amend the Personal Property Law, in Relation to Retention of Fees by Attorneys (1965)
37. Print. 4716 / Intro. 4208 - To Amend the Real Property Law and the Penal Law, in Relation to Requiring the Payment of Interest on Security Deposits under Leases of Real Property (1965)
38. Print. 4717 / Intro. 4209 - To Amend the Public Health Law, in Relation to State Reimbursement of Expenditures by Counties and Cities (1965)
39. Print. 4718 / Intro. 4210 - To Amend the Social Welfare law, in Relation to Liability of Relatives to Support Recipient of Public Welfare Assistance (1965)
40. Print. 4719 / Intro. 4211 - To Amend Chapter Two Hundred Thirty-Six of the Laws of Nineteen Hundred Fifty-Two, Entitled "An Act to Enable Certain Counties and Cities to Impose a Tax on Admissions to Running Horse Race Meetings and Providing for the Collection and Administration of Such Tax," in Relation to the imposition and Distribution of Such Tax on All Admissions (1965)
41. Print. 5309 / Intro. 4469 - To Authorize and Empower the Village of Port Chester to Convey to the Port Chester Public Library a Portion of Certain Lands Acquired by the Village of Port Chester for Park Purposes (1965)
42. Print. 5803 / Intro. 4649 - To Amend the Town Law, in Relation to the Adoption of a Town Manager Form of Government, and Defining Procedures Therefor and the Powers and Duties of Such Town Manager (1965)


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